Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Yowie Creature In New Aussie Movie, 'Throwback' Has Nothing On Melissa Hovey's Bigfoot Photo





Watch Out: Canadian Sculptor 'Animalizing' Shoes So You Can Make Giant Footprints





What If All Those "Tree Knockings" Were Actually Produced By Hand Clapping? [Bigfoot Communication]





Ryan Dube presents a rundown of the most active sites in the United States for Bigfoot sightings. The #1 state is Washington, with an overwhelming amount of sightings. Coming in at a close 2nd and 3rd are California and Ohio. Dube points out that almost all the sightings in Washington state are alongside major water sources suggesting that Bigfoot population density is particularly high in this are. Other well-populated areas include national parks throughout the continental US. Over on Cryptomundo, the focus continues on the Shipton footprint cast and now Jeff Meldrum's interpretation has been added to the mix as Meldrum Rethinks the Shipton & Cronin Yeti Tracks . After flipping and adjusting for snow melting, Meldrum came up with a new version of the Shipton print which very closely matches the print of a known primate. While the results are impressive and convincing, we simply wish that Yeti would make another appearance and leave some clearer prints in the snow, and perhaps even some hair samples. Meanwhile, Glasglow Boy set out on a hunt for Nessie and gives us an entertaining play-by-play of his entire trip. His Loch Ness Trip Report April 2012 does not result in any sightings of good old Nessie but is interesting nonetheless. Karl Shuker reveals an entirely different sort of cryptid, A Sea Snail With Antlers...And Paws! a mysterious deep sea creature that has been mentioned in centuries-old books and has not been spotted in modern times. 

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