Thursday, August 11, 2011

Georgia Bigfoot Hoaxers At It Again

The unusual white creature found dead in the road in Alexandria, Minnesota, has been examined by Minnesota's Department of Natural Resources and identified as a badger. The giveaway was the animal's front feet which have five long claws just like a badger; the white coloring was the result of decomposition. Also identified, this time by officials at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Alaska Fisheries Service Center, is another recent mystery: Mysterious Orange ‘Goo’ in Alaska is Egg Mass From Unknown Species.

A travel piece about the two-room Bigfoot Discovery Museum in Felton, California, that's run by Michael Rugg, who has been building this collection of all things Bigfoot since his own Bigfoot encounter as a child. In 2004, he decided to turn a life-long hobby into a career, displaying his books, images, and memorabilia for the public. Elsewhere, in Bigfoot Spotted Here, we have a profile of Ohio Bigfoot investigator Marc DeWerth, who had his own Bigfoot sighting in Ohio in 1997 while hunting for badger dens. And finally a Follow Up on a Recent Nessie Sighting by the Hargreaves of Foyers, which concludes: "what the Hargreaves saw back in June was no optical illusion or misperception but a genuine sight[ing] of the Loch Ness Monster."

Thom Powell Featured in Ethos Magazine

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