Sunday, November 06, 2011

Bigfoot takes free speech claim to NH high court
November 05, 2011|Lynne Tuohy, AP When Jonathan Doyle of Keene donned a Bigfoot costume and set out to videotape staged sightings of the fabled ape-like creature on Mount Monadnock two years ago, state park officials put the kibosh on his escapades, ...
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Ask SAM: Straight Answers
Winston-Salem Journal
Q: Did people evolve from Bigfoot, or did Bigfoot evolve from people? A: Since nobody has caught one yet, we'll have to get back to you on that. However, one popular theory among Bigfoot fans is that the big furry fellow is descended from the ...
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Movie: "Letters From the Big Man" opens at the IFC Center in Manhattan this Friday [VIDEO]

TCH breakdown of Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot footage, the bright side of the coin

Skeptical breakdown of Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot footage, the dark side of the coin

Finding Bigfoot: Snowbeast spoof by Sharon Day

New York Times has High Regard for Christphers Munch's Bigfoot Movie, "Letters From the Big Man"

Finding Bigfoot Commentary: Afterbirth of a Legend, Part 1 - The PG Film

Mike Rugg of Bigfoot Discovery Project gives the latest on efforts to break down the DNA from samples believed to have come from Bigfoot evidence gathered at several sites around North America. Rugg explains the difficulties emerging from an ongoing DNA analysis being conducted at a laboratory in Texas and announces a separate effort is about to begin. Rugg's call for more Bigfoot samples is presented in video format, and the latest report on the progress at the Texas laboratory, headed up by Melba Ketchum, indicates some surprises have surfaced in the analysis her team is performing, as seen in Sasquatch DNA Project Update. Meanwhile, Eric Altman and Lon Strickler will welcome the head honcho of the very active Crypto Four Corners team for tonight's podcast, as noted in This Week on 'Beyond the Edge' Radio: Crypto Researcher JC Johnson. Elsewhere, Dr. Karl Shuker reveals the solution to a marine mystery in Mirapinna esau - A Furry Fish from the Azores.

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