Posted by: Nick Redfern on July 24th, 2012
Over at weirdaustralia, there’s a new post that begins:
“Mostly, encounters with Australia’s Yowie are fleeting. A glimpse of a large, hairy animal running upright through the bush and disappearing behind the thick undergrowth, the sounds of heavy, thumping footsteps, thick tree branches snapping like twigs – and then silence. As a clear sign of intelligence in the elusive creatures, Yowies it seems, prefer to keep a wide berth from their human cousins … but sometimes, encounters become far too close for comfort, and sometimes turn nasty. This week, weirdaustralia reports on when Yowies attack!”
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