Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Today in Bigfoot History | July 30 1995 | The New York Times Reviews "Where Bigfoot Walks"

Karl Shuker shares a mysterious sketch and description of a Nessie sighting that was passed along to him by Loch Ness researcher Tim Dinsdale shortly before his death in 1987. Shuker is hoping someone will come forward with more information on this remarkable sighting...New Page Books shares a impressively detailed and comprehensive report on theirCreature of the month: Sinuous sea serpent, which includes everything from giant sea serpents encountered by ancient sailors centuries ago to modern-day captures of the elusive oarfish. And finally, Nick Redfern (who must be writing in his sleep to be so incredibly prolific!) takes a closer look to another deep-sea mystery: Cult of Mermaids.
We'd need just a little more evidence than smokey smudges on a cave wall to prove that this indicates proof of the "red headed giants" of ancient legend. And what happened to the giant bones supposedly found in the cave also? And while we're on the subject of anomalous giants, UFO Iconoclasts shares some tall tales about sightings of giant aliens, which were rather popular before the 1960s and the experiences of the Hills introduced the now-familiar "little grey alien". Also pre-"little grey aliens" were the sightings of foo fighters during World War II. Kevin Randle gives the details on a not so well known encounter between Foo Fighters and the USS New York, during which foo fighters were sighted and confirmed on radar and subsequently fired upon. However, it was later revealed that they were firing on the planet Venus. Or was it a Japanese balloon? It seems no one really knows what went on that day back in 1945...

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