Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 25th, 2013
On Finding Bigfoot’s third visit to California, we focused our efforts on the Lake Tahoe area. Among bigfooters, arguably the most famous piece of evidence out of this area is the Tahoe Scream, a high-pitched scream thought to have been made by a juvenile sasquatch, which to this day is not publicly distributed.
So, the argument began with one simple suggestion I made, “Bigfooters, keep your guard up.” The statement was not meant to cause paranoia, start an internet sparring match, or throw other theories off the cliff.
“The mitochondrial DNA was fully modern Homo sapiens sapiens indicating that the species is a hybrid cross between modern Homo sapiens in the maternal lineage and an unknown hominin male progenitor.”Melba Ketchum D.V.M. and Owner, DNA Diagnostics
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 19th, 2012
In the Scottish Highlands is a mystery that has intrigued the world for generations: the Loch Ness monster; real or just a local fable, preserved to lure in the tourist dollar? One man, Nessie hunter Steve Feltham, is a believer – so much so he left his job, house, and girlfriend to dedicate his life to proving the creature’s existence. Steve Feltham lives in a caravan on the shore of Loch Ness, and makes clay figurines of Nessie to help fund his dream.
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