Friday, May 04, 2012

Bigfoot Expo set for Sunday in Chautauqua County
By GERRY WEISS, Erie Times-News MAYVILLE, NY -- Peter Wiemer not only believes in the existence of Bigfoot, he believes the mythical creature roams the muddy roads and forests of Chautauqua County. "No doubt about it," the 54-year-old Mayville, NY, ...
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Fine Tuning: Finding Bigfoot fun, vicarious experience entire family can enjoy
Ottawa Citizen
By Alex Strachan, Postmedia News May 4, 2012 12:01 AM Matt Moneymaker, James 'Bobo' Fay, Cliff Barackman and Ranae Holland in Finding Bigfoot, which premieres tonight on the Discovery Channel. The Bigfoot Field Researchers' Organization is for real, ...
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Explanation of "Minnesota Bigfoot Howls" Audio, Full Recording To Be Released (Updated)





Don't expect to hear the Minnesota Bigfoot howl any time soon. It was pulled offline barely 24 hours after it was posted due to behind-the-scenes squabbling. There is so much drama in the world of Bigfoot hunters that Bigfoot himself is likely to hold a press conference and tell the world about himself while the folks caught up in this sort of silly bickering continue to argue who owns what evidence and copyrights and who leaked it to the public. There's a comment from the owner of the recording on this page that says it's all a misunderstanding and that the recording will be released in a "few months" once they have a website built around it. Why all the secrecy? Why not just release it and let the public hear it for themselves? There are so many people who are eager to analyze such evidence and it's certainly not the first time Bigfoot howls have been recorded. No special website needed, guys.

On the lighter side of the news, a primate is on the loose in Mission, Texas and has been sighted by several people in the town. Descriptions vary wildly from "monkey" to "as big as a 13 year old boy". By the time they catch this animal, it'll be 10 feet tall and piloting a UFO. It's obvious that the writer of this article had a word count quota to reach as the article includes very entertaining quotes from residents who haven't even seen the creature. One such resident exclaimed "Aye, chihuahua! Oh my golly!" when told about the sightings. Another helpfully suggested the animal escaped from drug runners and that he'd heard drug kingpins fed their enemies to lions over in Mexico. We think the errant primate is probably just an escaped pet but clearly it's the most exciting thing to happen in Mission in a long time. Meanwhile, Bigfoot Evidence reports that Cryptozoologist Adam Davies Will Be Part of a "Finding Bigfoot" Episode for the New Season. Davies is a noted cryptozoologist and the author of Extreme Expeditions: Travel Adventures Stalking the World's Mystery Animals. Over in Alaska, Bruce Wright asks Nessie of the North: Is Alaska's Iliamna Lake monster a huge sleeper shark? He intends to go on an evidence gathering expedition himself to try and answer that question. Sleeper sharks can be over 20 feet long and weigh up to 4 tons. 

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