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Skunk Ape Evidence Release Today?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on August 20th, 2012

To be revealed today, Monday, August 20 at 3 PM Eastern. Probably @ www.floridabigfoot.org?

We will offer compelling evidence Monday that Skunk Apes are:

Six foot six
Live in colonies
Non-precocious youth (require nurturing)
They are tree dwellers with finger length toes.
They are Moble and in family units of 5-6
They use what man has made to their advantage for pathways.

This is the beginning of our evidence release. This evidence Monday establishes a real paradigm and is a major contribution to Bigfoot research. I know the major websites will never report this for political reasons. I have been blackballed based on urban myth and misunderstandings. This work is extremely compelling.Tim Fasano

A Skunk Ape teaser

Since there is so much interest in the Monday video here is a little sample. This image is shot off my computer monitor with a cell phone. It shows a footprint with toes of about 40% of the foot length. Whatever left this has never worn shoes and is real good at climbing trees.

This is a new paradigm of thought about the tropical creatures in Florida. Its real folks; look at those toes. We have been documenting our work.Tim Fasano

About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster.


9 Responses to “Skunk Ape Evidence Release Today?”

  1. mandors responds:

    I have to admit that I like this part of cryptozoology. It’s kind of akin to a hockey fight or a crash in NASCAR. “There will be a major announcement on…” just screams of epic fail and disappointment. What was the one last year? Wasn’t it the nose print on the pickup truck?

    Ah well, pass the popcorn.

  2. Daniel McCallister via Facebook responds:

    I’m glad I’m actually off today. Will be looking forward to this and I hope its not a repeat of Tom Biscardi’s last fiasco.

  3. Buckeyes1 responds:

    Yes, what Mandors says is true. If I had a good, clear photo of Nessie or Sasquatch for every “major announcemt” about these critters the mysteries would have been solved long ago.

    Still, like the majority of you, I’ll log on at the appropriate time just to see whatever it is we’re gonna’ see.

    I’ll melt the butter….. ;-)

  4. Big Frank responds:

    I can almost taste the disappointment! I’ll get the beverages.

  5. Redrose999 responds:

    I have my fingers and toes crossed for the folks who are hopping this is legit, but I sense another train getting ready to crash and burn.

    Make that three bags of popcorn mandors, but put a little Parmesan Cheese on mine.

  6. Austin Morrow responds:

    Well, at least he is actually updating his channel with videos, instead of some random commentator about the Colorado Fire Bigfoot. Still, not holding my breath for the time being.

  7. chadgatlin responds:

    So……about an hour and a half past time for release and I don’t see anything.

  8. DWA responds:

    When you read something like this, you can stop reading there.

    Nothing legitimate would ever – EVER – be released with this kind of lead-in.

  9. Fhqwhgads responds:

    DWA is right. If they had “compelling evidence” of even one of that laundry list of items, it would be the lead story on CNN.



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