2011 has been the year of the Sasquatch, full of documentaries, discoveries and expeditions which ranged far and wide across our planet. Much of the recent focus has been in Russia, so you may not be surprised that the video Micah Hanks presents has made the rounds on the internet. Hanks' presentation shows he knows the event was either a hoax or a misunderstanding exacerbated by the language barrier, as revealed in Proof of Bigfoot? Not Yeti. More reliable, but still hazy information about a possible Sasquatch comes from the Mutual UFO Network where a witness told of an encounter on a dark residential street December 28 that lasted only a few seconds, as described in Bigfoot in Kentucky? Witness reports '7-foot-tall Man-like Creature'. Elsewhere, 1961 evidence of birds acting badly in Monterey Bay, CA, supposedly led to a famous motion picture that probably gained more from Daphne du Maurier's 1952 classic novelette, The Birds, adapted into a chilling radio dramatization on Lux Radio Theater on July 20, 1953, than it did the incidents in California. But what drove the California birds to act like kamikazes? Scientists think they know, and their answer can be found in Hitchcock's Birds Mystery Solved.