BTW, Mike, my partner and co-owner in many of my groups, was plagued by the same security breech in his email account after I had my problem and we are working on a joint complaint to yahoo now after I helped him get restarted with a new account and a new backup one. Mike is the fellow I mentioned to you (and Karl Shuker) that lives in London is looking into setting me up in production for the UK.
I did have some remarks on your recent blogs.
Firstly, the Devil's footprints in Devonshire were evidently not made by "a" creature, but by several, and the thing is, several different animals make tracks that can look like that when melted. In our own yard, I often see melted rabbit AND squirrel tracks that come out like that. I think Rupert Gould was also of that opinion.
The Neanderthal thing is a matter of some controversy and matters a good deal on whether you classify Neands as a separate species. A lot of people DO think they are still around, including as members of the general population. When I was working on my degree, our Physical Anthropolgy textbook was written by Milford Walpoff (U of Michigan), who actually considers himself to be a living Neanderthal. I met him at one of the conventions I worked on as a student and we had a quite cordial discussion on his theories.
The Water Leaper is obviously a freshwater Stingray. Stingrays are "Toad-faced". I told you about that before.