From CFZ Australia:
Saturday, April 09, 2011
From CFZ Australia:
In the Indus Valley about 3000 BC a series of seals were created that portray an animal with one horn: they predate the mention of unicorns in the Bible by perhaps two thousand years (or more if as seems likely the Biblical unicorn is based on a mistranslation). Read on
Today it looks like he has found a Yeti drinking tea from a cup; well you never would have expected that.
Many thanks to those who have so far donated, your contributions are very welcome and much appreciated. Don’t despair if you haven’t yet donated, or if you wish to contact me about the trail cams, the campaign still has many more weeks to run.
Just to recap, to sponsor a trail cam will cost £100. If that seems a little steep why not get a group together to sponsor one of these trail cams, a group of five will pay just £20 each. Sponsors will get an update on any pictures and when something exciting is spotted your name will go up in lights alongside the photo.
Don’t despair if you miss out on Trevor, he has plenty of friends who also need help in breaking free.
Your sponsorship will pay for the release and upkeep of Trevor and kin, but sadly you will have no rights to take him home.
Now doesn’t that sound like a good deal? Armchair cryptozoology at its best. All the fun of an expedition without being bitten by scary tropical insects.
If you like the sound of this then please get in touch, we would love to hear from you.
For further information you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 0161 777 6586.
Donations can be made via PayPal to Trailcams@CFZ.org.uk
This three-toed footprint was found between Chama and Dulce in New Mexico on October 26, 2010. We also saw a bright glowing light moving strangely in the sky to the West, most evenings, but we regrettably did not get any pictures.
(This story is courtesy Rick at ParanormalBuffalo. Thanks dude)
On this day in 1953 the first 3D film by a major studio, House of Wax, was premièred.