Sunday, July 21, 2013

Where is Bigfoot’s Poop?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 19th, 2013
When I was a shaver, I believed there was a creature called Bigfoot, and I could support this belief with evidence. Many cultures have stories of a shaggy-haired man-like reclusive creature. Many reputable people say they think they have seen or heard such a creature. There are blurry photos and videos that show what looks like Bigfoot. Scientists have found footprints in the snow that are too large to be made by any known animal. And so on.
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American Sasquatch Hunters

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 18th, 2013
Today, after decades of searching, the modern day Sasquatch hunter is armed with the latest technology in search of the beast. Join us as we delve into the psyche of several Sasquatch hunters, and learn what they do and don’t believe. From theories to known facts, today’s Sasquatch hunters are closing in in the elusive creature who may hold the key to our own evolution.
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Way down in Trinidad, CO, a mere whisper from New Mexico and Dulce, Tom Miller has lost his seventh cow to... something. Nick Bonham shares Tom's tale, showing how cattle mutilation affects ranchers. Not interviewed in this piece is the erudite Karl Shuker. He explains Why Blood-Drained Carcasses Are Not The Work Of Chupacabras Or Other Supposedly Vampiric Cryptids. Clip-and-save his 9 essential points to determine if supernatural foul play is afoot next time there's a mutilation in your neighborhood. Speaking of cryptozoological cases, Nick Redfern's been thinking aboutLake Monsters. Where Are The Bodies? We thought, "hidden in the same warehouse with the Ark of the Covenant" after reading Monster Files. No less sensational, but far more respectable, Nick outlines the life cycle of Nessies, citing eunuch eels, and remote viewing attempts by The Man to find lake monsters 'round the world. Speaking of sea monsters, in Glasgow Boy and The Gordon Holmes Video, GB deftly re-examines this six year old video, countering skeptics point-by-point whether Nessie was really seen.

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