Wednesday, December 28, 2011

According to BFRO's Matt Pruitt, the discovery of Bigfoot has already happened

Current News Blog Predicts 2012 Will Be The Year of The Sasquatch [Humor]

Close encounter with a Bigfoot named Tumack

What is Rick Dyer's Mugshot Doing on

Bigfoot versus Aliens versus Ghosts

Erickson What?! Its called the Ketchum Study! Sasquatch DNA Drama Continues

The Pangboche Five: The Shorter Version of the Yeti Finger History

BBC News: Pangboche Finger is Human, not Yeti

Bigfoot Eyewitness Interview in NY

This cryptozoological artifact has enjoyed quite a journey from the distant Himalayas to London. A little deception and a lot of discovery, along with some help from a Hollywood icon, are part of its colorful history, and Loren Coleman clues you into some hidden facts about the artifact and reveals the results of DNA testing. Do the results end speculation about the Yeti finger and the creature, in general? The answer appears to be a resounding negative, as Coleman, author of the 1989 book Tom Slick and the Search for the Yeti which covered the story of the Pangboche hand, goes on to ask the question that could profoundly affect all hominology DNA sequencing: Pangboche Yeti Finger In Context: What Does Human Mean? Elsewhere, another hairy biped, one that roams the forests and swamps of North America, is helping a group of researchers stay gainfully employed, as described by Bibi Nurshuhada Ramli in the report In Search of Bigfoot. And a guest blogger takes over the keyboard at CFZ-Canada to tell how a motion picture about Bigfoot that mentioned its powerful stench warped a little boy's paranormal future and left him pursuing ghosts, as outlined in My Name is Matthew, and I Blame Minden, Ontario for My Fear of Sasquatch. Also, a nine-year-old sighting of what is arguably the world's most famous cryptid has been lingering below the radar until now when Roland Watson, author of The Water Horses of Loch Ness, unveils the comments of a respected angler and naturalist, Tim Richardson, in Nessie Sighting from 2002. And a translated German cryptozoology site has the history of a creature washed ashore in New Jersey ninety years ago and still much discussed among sea serpent afficionados, revealed in Cape May-Globster 1921.

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