A look at what, for some people, is a very creepy question.
now read on.....
Tuesday 28 February 2017
Monday 27 February 2017
On This Day in Weird, February 28...
1963: Private pilots Alden Hoover and Lennart Strand report seeing a 10-foot-tall "half-bear, half-gorilla," covered in cinnamon-brown fur, walking near the unincorporated community of Confidence, California (population 50), in Tuolumne County.
Sunday 26 February 2017
On This Day in Weird, February 27...
2002: An amateur Bigfoot researcher allegedly sees two of the creatures around 5 p.m., in rural Ada County, Idaho. He snaps one indistinct digital photo that may be viewed on the GCBRO's website at http://www.gcbro.com/IDAHOada001.html.
Saturday 25 February 2017
Friday 24 February 2017
Thursday 23 February 2017
On This Day in Weird, February 24...
2012: Federal authorities cite Matt Pruitt, leader of a BFRO expedition at the Buffalo National River in Arkansas, for "engaging in a business without a permit or written agreement." According to a brief filed by the National Park Service, 31 participants in the three-day hunt for Sasquatch paid fees ranging from $300 to $500, with the higher rate charged to "newbies"—i.e., persons who had not patronized the group previously. In March a court fines Pruitt $525 for what he calls "a fairly innocent mistake."
This creature was observed by Nova Scotia fishermen in 1845. It appeared to have entered shallow water and seemingly could not return to the deep. However, at last it managed to do so. It was estimated at 100 feet long, with a head like a seal's and possible humps. It was colored black.
On This Day in Weird, February 23...
2002: A married couple living at Scotts Head, New South Wales, wakes to an "offending stench" and a sound "like a big man stomping around on their porch," then leaping over the rail and walking away with heavy footsteps. Subsequently, they are disturbed by nocturnal sounds of "a weird noise like a cross between a dog and a cat as it runs towards the bush." Without ever sighting the visitor, they presume it to be a Yowie, Australia's version of Sasquatch.