Last night I was reading an interesting theory proposed by well-known anomalist Jerome Coleman. He notes that sometimes Bigfoot is depicted as no more than an animal and sometimes a creature associated with UFOs or endowed with anomalous powers. This has especially annoyed cryptozoologists who only believe in the possibility of the former kind. Coleman suggests that these are in fact two discrete kinds of creature and argues the case for their being classified separately - the animal to be called Bigfoot and the paranormal creature simply the Hairy Being. What do you think?
Thursday, 30 April 2020
This name has been given to a curious creature reported in 1959 by a diver named Bob Wall. He dove into the sea off Miami Beach (Florida). Noticing a cave, he peered in to see if it contained anything worth looking at. He saw a body 5'6" long in the shape of a cylinder with eight hairy legs, each 3' long. It had a pointed head with large eyes on stalks. It advanced upon the human visitor, who beat a hasty retreat.