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Shocking Video Of A Texas Bigfoot! (Or Maybe Not)

Shocking Video Of A Texas Bigfoot! (Or Maybe Not) Apr 23rd, 2013 at 2:00PM: There may be a Bigfoot crawling around the underbrush of Texas. According to the breathless narrator in this video, these two photos were taken by Lupe Mendoza, who spotted a strange creature when it spooked a herd of cattle. Apparently some gutted hogs were found nearby, so Bigfoot may have been feeding. Actually it may be a Skunk Ape, the Deep South version of Bigfoot that prowls around...

Yeti Resort Being Built In Siberia

Yeti Resort Being Built In Siberia Jan 28th, 2013 at 12:00PM: The Seregesh ski resort in Siberia has a new marketing plan. The Siberian Times reports that it's building a Yeti park. Belief in the Yeti is common in Siberia, where it's called the "Big Man." Hunters often report seeing them and regional governor Aman Tuleyev has offered one million rubles ($33,000) to anyone who can bag one. No takers yet, which makes one wonder about the reliability (and...

Bureau Of Land Management Gives Advice On Finding Bigfoot

Jul 11th, 2012 at 2:00PM: Last week we reported on how the U.S. National Ocean Service publicly denied the existence of mermaids in response to a joke documentary on Animal Planet. Meanwhile, another federal agency has taken a different course. The Bureau of Land Management in Oregon & Washington has released this video titled "Bigfoot and the BLM." In it, people, who I assume to be BLM staff, are asked about...

Portland's International Cryptozoology Museum to get a bigger home

Portland's International Cryptozoology Museum to get a bigger home Sep 26th, 2011 at 3:00PM: One of Maine's most offbeat attractions is about to get five times the space. The International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland will be moving from its current home in the back of the Green Hand Bookshop at 661 Congress St over to 11 Avon Street, where it will have much more room to show off its collection of Bigfoot print casts, monster photos, movie props, and thousands of other strange...

SkyMall Monday: Edge Baking Pan ACTUAL REVIEW (ft. the Garden Yeti)

Jul 5th, 2010 at 1:00PM: Last month we had a little poll to see which SkyMall dessert pan was the king of confections. The Edge Baking Pan won in a landslide. I'll be the first to admit that I was skeptical about whether brownies sporting heaps of edges could be good. I like my brownies like I like my women: moist and packed with M&Ms. However, you voted and I listened. I got my hands on an Edge Baking Pan...

SkyMall Monday: Garden Yeti ACTUAL REVIEW

SkyMall Monday: Garden Yeti ACTUAL REVIEW Apr 19th, 2010 at 1:00PM: There are a few products that have become synonymous with the absurdity of the SkyMall catalog (not that I find any of it absurd - only naïve malcontents believe that). In that pantheon, you'll find the SkyRest Travel Pillow, the Wine Glass Holder Necklace and the Garden Yeti, to name a few. Having reviewed the first two examples, I can say firsthand that these products deserve our...

Want to go on a monster hunt?

Want to go on a monster hunt? Jul 25th, 2009 at 9:00AM: Every country and culture has its monster stories. You can wander the globe and hear tales of all kinds of things that go bump in the night. From giant snakes in the Amazon to legendary ape men in the Himalaya, there are enough rumors of strange creatures to keep cryptozoologists out in the field, chasing shadows, for years to come. If you'd like to go on a monster hunt of your own, Forbes...

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