What About Stacy Brown’s Skunk Ape Arm?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 29th, 2014

Well, Stacy Brown’s Unknown Primate Arm was written off as an alligator leg.

But is that the real story?


Now Robert Lindsay is reporting a much more fantastical story:

Shocking news about the Stacy Brown “Bigfoot arm”: A Beyond Highbrow exclusive story!

The official story has already gone out. A possible Bigfoot arm was found on a man’s property in Florida. Stacy Brown’s team went to investigate and took possession of it. The original bone was said to be large and had some hair on it. A FWS biologist was called in, and he verified that it was a primate arm. Brown then issued a statement that they were going to have the arm tested. 11 days later, Brown released a story saying that the arm had been tested and had been proven to be an alligator arm.

Actually, the official story is not true. So what really happened?

Here is what happened.

The arm was found on a law enforcement official’s property in an area of heavy Bigfoot activity. The arm was dug up by a dog and had been worked by animals. The arm had hair on it. A FWS scientist was called in and said the arm was a primate. I know someone who saw the arm with hair on it and was there when the FWS made that determination. In order to believe Stacy Brown’s insane story, we have to believe that a FWS biologist is so stupid that he cannot tell a reptile arm from a mammal arm.

Within one hour after taking possession of the arm, Brown received a phone call from a very wealthy Bigfoot enthusiast in Ohio. He wanted to get involved. Brown said no. The man asked how much would it take you to give up that arm. Brown quoted a very high figure – I can now reveal that that figure was $500,000. The man bit, unbelievably enough. The sale was made immediately, and incredibly, the entire $500K was wired into Stacy’s account, and the arm was in the mail just like that.

Brown then started putting out fake stories about how they were going to test the arm even though they didn’t even have possession of it anymore. Very quickly, Brown called up a taxidermist friend and asked him how much it would cost to buy an alligator arm. The man quoted $600. Brown said fine and bought the reptile arm. They then put out a fake story about the arm being tested and having been proven to have been an alligator, all to cover up the huge amount that Brown made on the sale of the arm. Brown is now, like the man in Ohio, a rich man. He is also a great big liar. On the latter count, in Bigfootery, he has found a happy home.

My source for this information: An anonymous source very close to Beyond Highbrow has revealed this very exclusive information to us. I know him well and believe him implicitly. This man is extremely close to Stacy Brown. He was present when most of the important events in the above story occurred, in other words, this is eyewitness testimony. The source reports that some members of Brown’s team are disgusted and feel that Brown sold out Bigfootery for money. They feel that the arm may have been a real Bigfoot arm, but now it is off to some rich man, and we will never know what it was.

~ Robert Lindsay


See also:

Unknown Primate Arm Found in Florida?
More Photos of Purported Skunk Ape Arm
Video of Purported Skunk Ape Arm
Unknown Primate Arm Not a Skunk Ape

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, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.

3 Responses to “What About Stacy Brown’s Skunk Ape Arm?”

  1. Bipedal_Bill responds:

    That story sounds like croc of s… (pun intended).

  2. hoodoorocket responds:

    $600 for a gator leg?

    You want a leg? I can get you a leg, believe me. There are ways, Dude. You don’t wanna know about it, believe me. Hell, I can get you a leg by 3 o’clock this afternoon… with nail polish. These f*cking amateurs…

    Note to self: In future, don’t bother clicking on any link with the name Robert Lindsay in it.

  3. PhotoExpert responds:

    Read no further! The name Robert Lindsay says it all. LOL

    I’m in agreement with hoodoorocket on the “note to self”.

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