You don't have to be old and arthritic to be interested in articles about podiatric health. Especially when the man being interviewed, PhD candidate Zach Throckmorton, declares his interest in Bigfoot. Zach gives a brief overview of anthropology and how it relates to anomalous anthropoids. Stranger still is the segue into Peacock High-Strangeness where Nick Redfern finds that peacocks tend to have odd companions ranging from Bigfoot, crop circles, and queerest of all the roadkill that wasn't there. Going further in the Margins Of Cryptozoology: Mastodons And Amerindsare the focus of The Professor's latest offering. Prof lays the groundwork for the existence of these ancient pachyderms, as Thomas Jefferson conjectured to Lewis and Clark, bringing attention to the curious elephant pipes among other artifacts suggesting a time when the west was weird. No less out of place are the giant moggies terrorizing Blighty. Nick Redfern, again much to our pleasure, is In Search Of The English Lions. The felid of Essex isn't the first, nor the last, as Nick gives a stimulating history of alien big cats of the noble variety.