Friday, August 03, 2012

Cliff Barackman of 'Finding Bigfoot' Reveals He's Single

A New Beginning For Bigfoot Enthusiasts, Join Our Bigfoot Forum

Bigfoot in Spain?

FB/FB Explains Why Bigfoots Sound And Look Asian [Video]

Exclusive: Temagami Ontario Bigfoot Photographs, Never-Before-Seen Photos

Finding Bigfoot Season 3 Begins This November, Here Are The List Of Places

Destination Bindernagel [Fiction]

TV Critics: Show us Bigfoot or GTFO!

Animal Planet: "Finding Bigfoot" Season Three will be BIGGER!

A new scientific study on black bears has had an unexpected result--lending more credence to the theory that Bigfoot does exist in remote wooded areas. The study focuses on the habitat and eating habits of the black bear and shows that the areas in which the bears live are highly suited to sustaining a large carnivore. Karl Shuker turns his focus on a much less scientific study as he compares all the different varieties of mermaids, from faked Feegee mermaid "bodies" to firsthand accounts of fishermen: Mermaid Body Found? In Search Of Folk With Fins. Meanwhile, Micah Hanks traces the tales of a related anomaly, Serpents in the Waters of Time: Historical Accounts of Sea Serpentry.

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