Friday, January 27, 2012

A Skunk Ape's Leg And Foot While Sleeping?

Tim Stover Still Searching For Answers After His Bigfoot Sighting In 1992

Watch This Video Of The Gold Lake, CA Region, The Sierra Kills Event Happened Near Here

Finding Bigfoot Producer Says Cryptomundo Fans’ Comments Are “Misguided”

Bigfoot – Sword of the Earthman

One of the best podcasts on the web is back after the holidays with host Tim Binnall interviewing the author of Extreme Expeditions: Travel Adventures Stalking the World's Mystery Animals and leader of the 2011 Sumatra Expedition, discussing the expedition's search for the elusive Orang Pendek, how the expedition was formed, evidence gathered, what this hairy biped means to humanity, the road ahead in 2012 and much more. You can listen online or download the podcast. In his book Davies tells of his two trips to the Republic of Congo in search of Mokele Mbembe, reaching Lac Tele, the supposedly dinosaur-like creature's home. And The Professor has been visiting the same site through his files to point out some other attempts to harness the legends of Mokele Mbembe, ending his efforts today with his background explanation of how a dinosaur, or any other ancient beast, could have escaped the apocalypse that saw the super-continent of Gondwanaland split apart, evidenced in Every Kid Likes Dinosaurs, Part Three.

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