Saturday, December 10, 2011

Tim Fasano got an early Christmas present, wept when Rex Dutton announced he was leaving

Texas Bigfoot Research Conservancy group have blood on their hands

The Paranormal Report: Justin Smeja's original post on

The Bigfoot Obsession

Humor: New camera can pick up Bigfoot better than your regular camera

After Scary Bigfoot Encounter Man Invents Fire Ball Gun

James "Bobo" Fay Asked to do Conan O'Brien Show

Andrew Nicholson has a collection of reports from the archives concerning some of the creatures reported to swim, hop and crawl across the southern continent. From the widely different descriptions of the fearsome Bunyip to the Hawkesbury River creature that favors descriptions of the Loch Ness Monster and to the many reports of sea serpents, Australia is gifted with cryptids as varied and strange as the continent's better known fauna. And there's more from Australia's wide range of creature reports today as Tim the Yowie Man tells of a creature snapping low flying sea gulls out of the air above the surface of Canberra's Lake Burley Griffin in Our Lake Monster. And the folks at CFZ-Australia direct you to Brian Switek's report on the supposedly extinct thylacine, Not a Wolf, But a Tiger, before adding their own commentary and a video in Thylacine Continues to be a Frustrating Mystery. Elsewhere, Micah Hanks explores the connection between cryptozoological and spiritual entities and folklore in Top Hats and Bad Luck Beings: Fear and Folk Devilry in America.

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