There really is an albino deer at Kensington Metro Park.

Courtesy Sara Wiles

MSU fan Darrell Wiles and his wife Sara ran across this albino doe over the weekend at Kensington Metro Park.

Courtesy of Sara Wiles

Darrell also added this.

Joey Pants we read a little about the deer they said she was born in 2018, and has been seen in the area, we could not believe we saw her while driving by the course! Also Sara has a better phone then me that's why her pictures are better! Lol

Courtesy of Darrell Wiles

The legend has it: If you are able to catch this albino deer by the tail using only your teeth, the animal is compelled to grant you 3 wishes.

She has snuck out by the road a few times. Metro Park Rangers noted that her feces magically fixed parts of a worn stretch of road.

Hurry though, before Ted nugent kills her.

It's April Fool's Day, lighten up.

Seriously, the Native Americans had a deep thought about albino deer.

The Native Americans believed the occurrence of a white animal was a huge sign of prophecy – a sign from the great spirit that a major shift in their world was to come.

Usually, white animals were seen during soul-quests, or vision-quests.  However, if one was seen during the normal course of day, this would cause a tremendous ripple among the tribe.  A great meeting would be called, the elders would be consulted, and great care would be taken to communicate with the animal spirits to determine the meaning of the message. (taken from symbolic meanings on the interweb)

Hopefully this shift is toward GREEN. (Like an MSU title)

This is my buddy Darrell Wiles after the State game yesterday. BEAT DUKE 68-67.

A big thanks to the Wiles family for treating me like family. They always let me use their pictures and always have my back. Thanks Guys!