Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 5th, 2013
So, the argument began with one simple suggestion I made, “Bigfooters, keep your guard up.” The statement was not meant to cause paranoia, start an internet sparring match, or throw other theories off the cliff.
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Thom Powell: Hillsdale’s Sasquatch Expert

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 5th, 2013

Thom Powell has taught at Robert Gray Middle School for nearly three decades. He is a tall, gray man with a raspy voice and a disarmingly piercing gaze. Though his appearance is domineering and almost off-putting, his students know better. They flock to his classroom as soon as the bell rings, vying for his attention to their preteen attempts at sarcasm and deadpan. Powell meets them bit for bit, speaking with complete candor to his 14-year-old pupils. Truly, he is a gentle giant, and so, he says, is the Sasquatch.

Olympic Project Expeditions. A Masterclass in Bigfooting

Posted by: Guy Edwards on June 5th, 2013
A rare opportunity and a masterclass in Bigfooting! Register now and join Dr. Jeff Meldrum for this weekends expedition in the Olympic national forest with the Olympic Project Ridge Walkers Unlimited!!

Bigfoot and High Strangeness

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 4th, 2013
Are Bigfoot and Sasquatch From Outer Space or another Dimension?
Investigate Further: Bigfoot and High Strangeness »
With Loren Coleman's understanding of the twilight language, he makes etymology a compelling topic. When is a cryptid no longer a cryptid? How long ago did Heuvelmans coin the name 'cryptozoology'? What kind of creatures are included in hominology? Let's just say the definitions are just as enlightening as we are relieved the field's not called aprosbletozoology. This isn't the only place where School Lessons Become A Little Hairy where some students went agog over an agogwe leading Rhys Darby to consider the possibilities behind the sighting, and how it could be bigger than the discovery of H. floresiensis. More humble, but no less amazing, is Dan Vergano's piece on a Frog Thought To Be Extinct Found In An Israeli Pond, a testament to life's resiliency and the hidden critters right under our noses. Wrapping up our foray into the bush, Jason Head has news of the 'Lizard King' Fossil Showing Giant Reptiles Coexisted With Mammals During The Globally Warm Past.

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