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Thursday, August 31, 2006

Forbidden Fruit 
Inbreeding among polygamists along the Arizona-Utah border is producing a caste of severely retarded and deformed children.

Lowlight: The ultimate goal of the breeding program, Wyler says, is to create the perfect race.

"Remember how Hitler was trying to breed a perfect race?" he says. "Warren Jeffs is also trying to breed a perfect race."

It's not working. Meet Warren Jeffs, monumental douchebag.

I think I can see where this is headed.

Former Giuliani Aide's Killer Implicated Himself, Police Say 

Why do I need an ad campaign to remind me about September 11? 
Good question.

Haunted Ontario 
Spooky, eh?

New Evidence: the Kinross UFO Incident 

A Richmond Varmint update 

Harry Potter 'satanic': Pope's exorcist 

Gosfield Halstead Ufos Were Chinese Lanterns 
The UFOs were Chinese paper lanterns released to celebrate a wedding.

This seems like a good way to start a very large fire.

Ancient raptors likely feasted on early man, study suggests 
Mmmmm, early man...

Painter Said to Be Focus of FBI Probe 

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Cryptozoology Exhibit Moves To Kansas City 

Is the Tri-County Truck Stop haunted? 

Inquiry Criticizes U.S. Broadcasting Official Over Hiring 

Dog sacrificed on make-shift altar in Wicklow woods 

RIP Glenn Ford 

Case File: The Screaming Bigfoot 
Bigfoot in South Africa.

Reporter hunts for Huck Finn 
Can't afford real estate? Try living on the water on a home-made raft. With raft-a-riffic pic.

The reporter hunts down the story here.

A profile of "Huck" is here.

Gaze of the Green Lady 

UFOs seen in Bonsall again 

Unsolved mysteries hit World Wide Web 

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Nikola Tesla's 'Black Magic' Touring Car 

Dead in 7 Days 

More on the Russian Plesiosaur 

Inside, Outside 
New Rigorous Intuition.

Man Near Top of Most-Wanted List Is Captured 

Whistleblower uses YouTube to tell his story 

Beast Of Sedgemoor Proof 

Cracking code to Rosslyn takes more than Da Vinci 
On the outskirts of Edinburgh, among wooded paths and waterfalls, the medieval enigma that is Rosslyn Chapel has held visitors spellbound for centuries.

I'm also relinking this article - Scribbles in the stonework of Rosslyn - that I linked a while back due to the interesting comments that have been added by readers.

Is anybody out there? 

Women Dominate in 'Wicker Man' Remake 

The Best: Science Projects That Scare the #%@! Out of Us 
Scary. Via the Anomalist.

Monday, August 28, 2006

Photos of Russian 'Plesiosaur' 

Old Farmer's Almanac Forecasts Worse Winter for 2006-2007 

Hitler and Stalin were possessed by the Devil, says Vatican exorcist 

Best part: According to secret Vatican documents recently released wartime pontiff Pope Pius XII attempted a "long distance" exorcism of Hitler which failed to have any effect.

John Karr DNA not a match in JonBenet Ramsey murder 
Two sources have confirmed that the DNA sample taken from John Mark Karr is not a match with the foreign DNA found on JonBenet Ramsey's body when she was murdered in 1996.

Boulder Police still holding him on suspicion in the murder of Humpty Dumpty and a rumored appearance on the grassy knoll.

This article reports that no charges will be filed against him in Colorado. They'll probably send him to California for the child pornography charges he skated on in 2001.

The question still remains - what "details" did he have that convinced the Boulder DA to fly him back from Thailand and where, if anywhere, did he get them?

Bigfoot Buzz 

Lauderhill may ban fortunetelling 

Houdini Was a Covert Agent, New Book Claims 

Karr profiteers sail onto eBay 

Mystery beast likely a dog, early DNA results suggest 

Ghost world 
Good review of Deborah Blum's history of the Society for Psychical Research, Ghost Hunters. It's at Salon, so you'll probably have to watch a short ad, but it's worth it.

Sunday, August 27, 2006


Ye gods! Ancient volcano could have blasted Atlantis myth 

Archaeologists search for state's first Spanish settlement in Pensacola 

Marine biologists puzzled by stray mammals off N.J. coast 

A meeting of civilisations: The mystery of China's celtic mummies 
The discovery of European corpses thousands of miles away suggests a hitherto unknown connection between East and West in the Bronze Age.

Great story:

At their peak, around 300BC, the influence of the Celts stretched from Ireland in the west to the south of Spain and across to Italy's Po Valley, and probably extended to parts of Poland and Ukraine and the central plain of Turkey in the east. These mummies seem to suggest, however, that the Celts penetrated well into central Asia, nearly making it as far as Tibet.

A Higher Power 
James Baker puts Bush's Iraq policy into rehab. By Robert Dreyfuss.

"Baker is primarily motivated by his desire to avoid a war at home--that things will fall apart not on the battlefield but at home. So he wants a ceasefire in American politics," a member of one of the commission's working groups told me. Specifically, he said, if the Democrats win back one or both houses of Congress in November, they would unleash a series of investigative hearings on Iraq, the war on terrorism, and civil liberties that could fatally weaken the administration and remove the last props of political support for the war, setting the stage for a potential Republican electoral disaster in 2008. "I guess there are people in the [Republican] party, on the Hill and in the White House, who see a political train wreck coming, and they've called in Baker to try to reroute the train."

Via this excellent post from Hammer of the Gods and this Rigorous Intuition open thread.

Friday, August 25, 2006

Global warming may be an accelerated version of ancient heat wave 

Were Not As Clever As We Think We Are (from The Northern Echo) 

Crop circles baffle Illinois farmer 

Monroe Ghosthunter dies 

Diving into mysterious Crater Lake 

Who has killed more, Satan or God? 
Interesting. Via Fark.

Lost fishermen: No drugs, no cannibalism 


Toronto lab tests mystery 'beast' 

Occultists slaughter sheep on Prince Charles's estate 

Website puts new slant on 143-year mystery of legless man 

Thursday, August 24, 2006

The Murder of Martin Barreto 

Under Fire! U.S. Army Intelligence Analyst Targeted For Suggesting New Independent 9/11 Investigation 
No questions allowed.

His Prerogative 

Cult leader scheduled for execution 

Writing analyst was disqualified 

Ancient biblical waterworks found in Israel 

Mastodons Alive! 
Cryptomundo's got them.

"Rockey I": If it sounds too good to be true... 

Confessions of an Economic Shapeshifter 
New Rigorous Intuition.

Is your cell phone spying on you? 
Cannonfire wants some answers.

Gorillas In Our Midst 

Psychic called in to find Nicola 

Shipwreck found on bottom of Glen Lake 

Kidnapped girl found alive after eight years 

Karr Round-Up 
Fears Karr would be tipped off before his arrest

JonBenet suspect ran day-care in Ala.

Undisclosed evidence used against Karr

John Mark Karr bragged of being 'like a wolf' sexually

Karr hires San Jose attorneys

Ransom note may offer clues in slaying

JonBenet prankster blitzes Wolf

Ex-Wife Says Karr Fantasized About Little Girls

The last article contains this tidbit:

Ray's parents said they discovered letters Karr wrote to their daughter that were signed "SBTC." Those are the same initials found on a ransom note left in the Ramsey home.

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Sex Crime Charges 
Four area residents under investigation for alleged sex crimes surrender to authorities.

51 year old Reverend Raymond Lambert, his wife 49 year old Patty Lambert along with two deacons in their church, 51 year old Tom Epling and 53 year old Paul Epling turned themselves over to McDonald County Sheriff`s deputies today.

More details can be found here, including this:

In a telephone interview Tuesday night, Le Sueur said several former church members had come forward in the past six months, claiming they had been molested for several years. The deputy said incest was involved, adding he understood that this was the third generation of church officials who participated in child sexual abuse.

Usefuls Idiots 
There's a lot of interest in Connecticut politics these days. Democratic nominee Ned Lamont is playing the usurper to Senator and former presidential candidate Joe Lieberman, who is now running as an independent. Meanwhile, the Republicans have nominated Alan Schlesinger, a former mayor of the City of Derby and a six-term State Representative. Despite the nomination of his party, Schlesinger has had little support from Republican power brokers. He seems to be merely a placeholder. President Bush has refused to endorse his candidacy as have other GOP bigwigs. Schlesinger has gambled extensively in the past and lost many thousands of dollars. On the surface this might make him a liability, but that doesn't seem to have hurt William Bennett's standing among the party faithful. Schlesinger's web site is amateurish and the Latest News links on the front page haven't been updated since April. What kind of candidate is he?

This may be a good time to look at the last Connecticut Republican Party nominee for Joe Lieberman's senate seat, Philip Giordano.

Phil Giordano was an up and coming GOP hotshot. Young, handsome, and an ex-Marine, Giordano seemed to have the entire package. He'd served as a state representative and was serving his third term as mayor of Waterbury. On paper, Phil probably looked like a good candidate. Unfortunately, Waterbury had a corruption problem and the FBI was investigating. In the course of their investigation, the Feds recorded some of Giordano's phone calls. What they heard on those recordings chilled the blood.

It seemed the married Giordano had a girlfriend on the side. As political liabilities go, that one's probable not fatal. Look at Bill Clinton. But Giordano's girlfriend was a prostitute with a young daughter and niece - age 8 and 11 - and soon investigators overheard the depth of Giordano's depravity.

"I want one of the little girls."

Giordano juggled his secret life smoothly, glibly moving between pervert and politician. Here's Giordano making arrangements with his girlfriend (called "Doe" here) to rape the children:

Giordano: "Hang on, I gotta go. Hang on, I gotta go, I gotta go."
Doe: "Okay."
(Second Call)
Giordano: "Hello."
Lauren: "Hi. Mayor Giordano?"
Giordano: "Yes."
Lauren: "Hi, my name is Lauren. I'm Bill Hanson's assistant at the Department of Education. How are you?"

Today, Phil Giordano sits in prison serving a 37 year sentence for violating the civil rights of his prostitute girlfriend's young charges - girls he sexually abused, in some cases, in his office while mayor.

He recently claimed he was owed money for unused vacation and sick days.

But Phil Giordano's "sick days" are over.

I'm not implying that Schlesinger has the disease that infected Giordano, but it does seem odd that Connecticut Republicans have shown very little interest in fielding a strong candidate to take away Lieberman's senate seat. I wonder why?

Secret Tapes Of John Mark Karr? 

Ramsey murder suspect waives extradition 
Karr is on his way to Colorado.

Handwriting expert points finger at Karr 

Karr and Oswald 

Juarez slaying suspects identified 

Lawyer says photo shows Karr's sons in Atlanta at Christmas 

ABC News: Karr's Mother Tried to Kill Him, Family Friend Says 
Weirder and weirder.

Via Crimeblog.

Stovepipe Hat Bigfoot? 

Uncommon vision:Ipswich man claims to know identity of 'Mona Lisa' 

Crop Circles Puzzle Geneseo Officials 

Karr's calls, e-mails had case details 

'UFO' frenzy over mystery lights 

Monday, August 21, 2006

The 'Indiana Jones' of Chelsea 

Elvis: $3 million bounty 

The CIA-Contra-Crack Connection, 10 Years Later 

Challenge to lone gunman theory 
More than four decades after his death, John F. Kennedy's assassination remains the hottest cold case in U.S. history, and the clues continue to trickle in. Now Lawrence Livermore Laboratory scientists say a key piece of evidence supporting the lone gunman theory should be thrown out.

Nice part: "We don't know if there were two bullets," said Randich. "There could have been two bullets, but the lead composition data shows there could be anywhere from one to five bullets."

Excellent in-depth article.

New Rigorous Intuition.

The Mermen of the Kwakwaka'wakw.

A friend of mine who has fished the Northern Pacific for years once told me a story of fellow fisherman catching a merman trying to come aboard his boat in the middle of the night. Was it a Pugwi?

Diana death was not an accident 

Family may have found WWII sub near Alaska 

Ramsey Round-Up 

Film May Unlock Mystery Of Missing Apollo Videos 

Sunday, August 20, 2006

JonBenet suspect a patient at Thai sex-change center 

Revealed: world's oldest computer 

Saturday, August 19, 2006

Forget aspirin, have a vindaloo instead 

A Blondie bewitched 

Two Strange Deaths in European Wiretapping Scandal 

Could John Mark Karr Have Lying Disorder? 

Toy bear riddle 

Scrawl may link suspect to killing 

Vault believers want new dig 
Advocates of our version of "The DaVinci Code" were back in town Friday, calling for another excavation to locate the "secret vault" of Sir Francis Bacon, which they still allege is buried beneath the churchyard of Bruton Parish Episcopal Church.

Totally sweet.

In the theory of the Bacon enthusiasts, it is the original King James translation of the Bible, original versions of William Shakespeare's plays (which they believe Bacon and a circle of associates actually wrote) and "Christian Hermetic-Cabalistic mystery teachings." They alleged these treasures were moved from England to Jamestown to Williamsburg.

The Baconists believe that Bacon was the illegitimate son of Queen Elizabeth I of England and thus the rightful heir to the English throne. They also believe he faked his death in 1626 and actually died in 1684, at the age of 123.

Local informant taped, logged odd conversations with Karr in 2001 

Friday, August 18, 2006

Expert: 'Mystery Beast' Story Has Legs 

He was not ... real normal 

Lingering mysteries of JonBenet Ramsey murder 
A short summary.

Single Pervert Theory 
New Rigorous Intuition.

Feds deny Ramsey suspect's claims he's being investigated 

Thai cop amends JonBenet account 

U.S. arrests man suspected of multiple rapes and murders in Mexico 

Ramsey Round-up 

Thursday, August 17, 2006

If not Patsy Ramsey, who? The unusual suspects 
From 2003.

Expert: 'Hybrid' Creature Is Just a Dog 

Holy crap 

Questions about suspect's confession loom 
The doubts have led some to wonder whether the 41-year-old Karr is the answer to the long-unsolved slaying of the child beauty queen or a disturbed wannabe trying to insert himself into a high-profile case.

See also: Disturbing tale of JonBenet suspect. Lots of new info here.

In 1984, when Karr was 19, he married a local girl, Quientana Shotts, who was 13 at the time, county court records show. Shotts filed for an annulment the following year, complaining that she was "fearful for her life and safety." In a response filed with the court, Karr contested Shotts' age, saying she was in fact 14.

In 1989, Karr remarried, this time to Lara Knutson. She was 16 at the time. Their twin daughters died the day they were born on Sept. 1, 1989. The girls, Angel and Innocence Karr, are buried in the cemetery of a rural church in a family plot.

A little Southern Gothic, no?


More good stuff from Steve Huff.

JonBenet suspect was 'threat,' ex-wife said 
Whether he's a murderer or not has yet to be proven but he's definitely a creep.

The two had married in 1989, when Lara was 16 years old and John Karr was 24. Before their wedding, he set out to get her pregnant because in Georgia he wouldn't need parental consent to marry a pregnant minor, Lara Karr said in her 2001 divorce filing.

See also: A Break in the JonBenet Ramsey Case: Too Easy?

And: Expert: 'Do we have a wack-job or a murderer?'

And: CU professor had been corresponding with Karr for four years

And in case you've never read it: Text of Ramsey ransom note

White House using liquid explosive detector it refused to install at US airports to protect you and me 

Judge Bars Warrantless Anti-Terrorism Surveillance 
John Mark Karr may or not be a killer but Bush is still a douchebag.

A federal judge ordered the U.S. government to stop warrantless wiretapping of international telephone calls between suspected terrorists and their U.S.-based affiliates, ruling that the eavesdropping violates the Constitution and federal law.

Damn activists judges and their Constitution.

Details Of John Mark Karr's Arrest 
Some new info.

Karr chloroformed JonBenet, he says 

Is the Ramsey case "going sideways"? 
Is John Mark Karr a "Confessing Sam"? Did his long-term obsession with he case lead to the delusion that he himself committed the crime? Or, as some have suggested, did he confess just to get out of a possible stint in a Thai prison? (Though, contrary to earlier media reports, Karr does not seem to have been under arrest in Thailand or charged with any crime there. His visa was revoked after Boulder authorities levelled the accusations against him.)

Boulder District Attorney Mary Lacy has warned against jumping to conclusions and Karr has yet to be charged with any crime in the U.S.

Lara Karr, Karr's ex-wife has stated that "she was with her former husband in Alabama at the time of JonBenet's killing, and that she does not believe he was involved in the homicide."

Karr's brother has also said that Karr might have been in Georgia with them at the time of the attack.

Now, acording to news reports, Karr has climed that he drugged JonBenet, even though no drugs were found in her system by the Medical Examiner.

Is Karr falsely confessing to the crime for reasons known only to him? He has obviously had a long standing fixation with the case and JonBenet. His wife mentions his fascination with another high-profile murder case, that of Polly Klaas. Is he sick? Does he have other motives?

And be sure to check out this sketch of the suspect compiled by psychic, Dorothy Allison. She definitely got the high forehead right. And the creepy eyes.

Thanks to Hex Correspondent Ian for the post title.

E-mails led to JonBenet suspect: investigator 

Mass murder in the skies: was the plot feasible? 

Karr says he loved JonBenet 'very much' 

'Baseline Killer' details emerge 

Odd UFO photographed in Poland 
With pic.

Crapper Snapper 

Scribbles in the stonework of Rosslyn 

Mystery Beast Update: 'Like horns of a devil' 

The Massacre of the Innocents 

Ramsey Round-up 

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Police: Suspect denies link to Ramsey 

Ramsey update 
ABC Channel 7 in San Francisco is reporting that Ramsey murder suspect John Mark Karr has ties to the Petaluma area and taught as a substitute there and in Napa.

In April of 2001, Karr was arrested at a school in Napa on five counts of possessing child pornography. He did serve some time in jail, but was released on his own recognizance in October and later failed to show up in court. He is wanted in Sonoma County and a warrant is still out for his arrest for failure to appear on those charges.

Karr's ex-wife "does not believe that her husband did it. She says that during Christmas season of 1996 when JonBenet Ramsey was strangled and beaten to death in Colorado, they were living in Alabama at the time and she was with him the entire Christmas season."

Another important note: "His ex-wife also says her husband did a lot of research on the JonBenet Ramsey case and also on Petaluma's own Polly Klaas."

Fox news is now showing a picture of this man, who seems to fit the few facts we know about John Karr.

Hat tip to the excellent

BREAKING!! - Colorado Authorities Make Arrest in Jon Benet Ramsey Case 

Plan Would Add Planets to Solar System 

Maine Mystery Beast Possibly Killed by Car 

David Copperfield says he's found Fountain of Youth 

Grass Created in Lab Is Found in the Wild 

Lights! Camera! Bigfoot! 
Bigfoot on the tube.

Ancient Welsh city found 

Dead Sea Scrolls theory faces new challenge 

Jenner Beach Killings Still A Mystery Two Years Later 

Local women no longer murder suspects 

Residents play a key role in finding proof of mountain lions in the area 
North Dakota? I'm guessing yes.

Answers Still Elusive in 127-year-old Kansas Mystery 

One of history's greatest inventors remains unknown 

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Sploid: Goodbye Forever 
The future of Sploid is uncertain at best. I, for one, will miss them. Ken Layne was a nice guy and even linked to me and sent a kind email when he copped one of my killer headlines. Best of luck, Ken, out there on the Internets. And keep in touch.

And speaking of big animals in Kansas... 
This weekend I saw the biggest bird I have ever seen. I'm used to seeing hawks, and big ones at that, but this thing was like two hawks put together. No joke - I estimated the wing span at about seven feet. I think it was a Turkey Vulture, though seven feet is a large wing span for that bird. I honestly don't know what it was.

This morning I told a co-worker about it and she outdid me - she saw a mountain lion this weekend. In Kansas. And that's pretty rare. Amazingly, she's seen two of them. She saw another one fifteen years ago.

Snakes on Plains 
Loren Coleman's post about giant snakes over at Cryptomundo got me thinking about giant snakes in my home state of Kansas.

The Luray Snake made quite an impression on the people of Luray - strong enough that the fearsome beast still makes the occassional appearance.

Another giant snake was spotted in Lebo in 1891 and had a length of 25 feet.

Also, a 16 foot bull snake was reportedly killed in Doniphan county about 1861 (scroll down.)

Terror case coming apart 

Serial killers have women calling 

Mammoths may roam again after 27,000 years 

Practitioner of ancient folk healing advertises on TV 

Putting the spotlight on muti murders 


Ghost Hunters 
Book review.

Strange object falls from sky in Missouri City 
Space junk?

Mystery big cat leaves paw print 

1,500-year-old murder mystery 

Sunday, August 13, 2006

A friendly rivalry 3,000 years ago 

Mystery of the hot pillar 

Hooked on spooks 
Ghost hunting in Singapore.

More Richmond varmint 

French police hunting mysterious black feline 

Experts Baffled By Water-Gurgling Tree 

Romancing the stone 

The art of weird 

Generations drawn to curio shop on Seattle waterfront 

Disagreement over timing of arrests 
NBC News has learned that U.S. and British authorities had a significant disagreement over when to move in on the suspects in the alleged plot to bring down trans-Atlantic airliners bound for the United States.

Best part: In contrast to previous reports, the official suggested an attack was not imminent, saying the suspects had not yet purchased any airline tickets. In fact, some did not even have passports.

Emphasis mine.

Friday, August 11, 2006

Mystery beast blamed for killing 3 dogs 

Who reads the Skeptical Inquirer? 
The Unabomber that's who! Three copies of the magazine turned up among Ted's belongings. Many of his possessions will soon be up for auction. Save your pennies.

What Is It? See the Strange Thing 

Terra! Terra! Terra! 

Rigorous Intuition 
Just go read it.

Archaeologists Discover Burnt Body In Roman Oven At Sedgeford 

America's Stonehenge 

Locarno's Visconti Castle gets its own da Vinci mystery 

Girl takes pic of herself every day for three years 

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Mystery animal puzzles Durham 

The Predator Class (Part One) 
New Rigorous Intuition.

Where will you live after the round-up? 

Milano rock wall a mystery 
Mysterious stone wall in Texas.

If Minot area people didn't see mountain lions, what did they see? 
Good question.

UFO over Bahrain? 
With pic.

A rare catch: Octopus pulled from Ohio River 
With pic.

Geologists theorize about desert's sliding rocks 

Wayne County Varmint 

5,000-Year-Old Dagger Found 

Any New Tappie Sightings? 

A Carter Farm Investigation -- Part One 

Justices uphold Night Stalker convictions, death sentence 
Not a big surprise.

The Loveland Frog 

Gripes and creature sightings 

Cypriots searching for phantom monkey beggar 

Monday, August 07, 2006

Youth Give Bush Poor Grade, Hurting Republican Hopes, Poll Says 
Somebody feels a draft.

Al Gore YouTube Spoof Not So Amateurish 

Cats That Look Like Hitler 
Yes, you read that correctly, cats that look like Hitler. Something funny for a Monday. And if you have a Kitler, feel free to submit a photo.

Via the esteemed Cannonfire.

Legalizing Marijuana - A New Republican Strategy? 

Area 9/11 

Courthouse powder fits voodoo ritual 


Other facts suggest Tumuelty wasn't Jack the Ripper 
Another article in the series.

Over the Moon 

Mysterious skin ailment surfaces here 
Morgellons in Mississippi.

More on the Richmond Varmint 

Bigfoot Leg or The Leg of Unknown Origin? 

Saturday, August 05, 2006

Bigfoot website closed after revelations 

Raw Story acquires 91-page Republican playbook for 'homestretch' campaigning 
Another goodie from Raw.

Ambassador claims shortly before invasion, Bush didn't know there were two sects of Islam 

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Longest Running Scientific Experiment 

Leaked UK document sees "civil war" in Iraq 

Issie: A Japanese Lake Monster 
Cryptomundo has it.

In pursuit of the paranormal 

The Untold Story of the Battle of Los Angeles 

Top Paranormal Experts: A Call for Professionalism 

More on the Richmond, IN creature 

KU Researchers Find Rare Dinosaur Skin Impression - USA 
The big news? Dinosaur acne.

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

9/11 Live: The NORAD Tapes 

Was your doctor paid to drug you? 

Breaking Police News: New Bigfoot Encounter & Lion Killed at 

Gout forced Charles V abdication, study finds 

Honey heals wounds faster than antibiotics 

Modern Technology Reveals Ancient Science 

Scientists stunned by rare clouds over Antarctica 

9/11 Panel Suspected Deception by Pentagon 

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Fusion of herbs and Western tech sought 

The Light Doodle Project.

Extremely cool. Trust me. Via Make Blog. Be sure to check out the Los Angeles page.

Bigfoot Sighting In Atoka County Oklahoma 
With strange pic.

The hog-killing varmint in Wayne County 

Scientific research, Cherokee tales of 'little people' give clues about our world 

Transforming the Alchemists 

Professor applies science to rare-book frontier 

Man finds 188-year-old bible in dump bin 


The bog man still looking his best 2,300 years later 

U.S. kids are wimps 

Oceans a complex, diverse bug soup 

Exclusive: Pine Ridge Bigfoot Update at 
At Cryptomundo.

Climbers discover long-lost crash site 

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