That was my first impressions of Georges photograph [quoted in this blog post], pubished exclusively by the Inverness courier. I have since then spent a lot of time getting to the bottom of what actually went on here…. i can quiet catagorically, with no fear of him ever daring to sue me, that George Edwards has deliberately punted a photo that he know to be of a fibreglass prop from a documentary as a real picture of something unexplained… no question. I now have this hump, i also have film of it being used in the water, and i also have film of it on the DECK OF HIS BOAT!
Friday, August 31, 2012
Then all of a sudden, ‘Bigfoot’ crosses the path from left to right, holding what appears to be a stick in his right hand.
The unnamed rider immediately veers off into the bushes before turning the bike around and driving off in the opposite direction.
Do you believe? Free tickets to anything you want if you capture Big Foot and bring him/her to the Q104 Studios…ALIVE! LOL
Read more HERE
By Guy Edwards
The Cotswolds are a range of hills in southwestern and west-central England, an area 25 miles (40 km) across and 90 miles (145 km) long. The area has been designated as the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Recently a local ...
|Cotswolds footprint next to a size 7 welly (boot)|
Recently a local English paperm announced the discovery of a trackway that seemed to have very large steps and strides.
Starting off with another visit to the singular universe of Thom the World Poet.
There is something about Helen McCookerybook's prose which I find massively entertaining. I make no apologies, therefore, for having nicked a whole chunk of a piece from her latest blog post in which she reviews a gig featuring her partner, the Daintee dude, Martin Stephenson.
Once again we have a sublime review of the new Live CD/DVD by our favourite prog rock Viking http://gonzo-multimedia.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/link-erik-norlander-review.html
I have always been a fan of the various incarnations of Jefferson Airplane and Jefferson Starship, and so it is a great pleasure to be able to post about them. Today, an insightful overview of their new live album.
And so the Michael Des Barres publicity machine trundles on towards world domination. By this time next week Michael will be the most famous man on the planet. And that's official!
I am very proud of my work on the new Rick Wakeman biography by Dan Wooding and it is gratifying to see it getting such acclaim.
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On this day in 1914 the last known passenger pigeon died in Cincinnati Zoo in the USA, making the species extinct, only decades previously they flocked around in such large numbers they were considered a pest. Trouble was they were quite tasty and the whole large flock thing made them easy to catch in nets...
And now the news:
Predictable song time:
From Nick Redfern's World of Whatever:
- Lion on the Loose? — A British warehouse operative makes a bid for her 15 minutes of August fame...
- That "Essex Lion" Farce — Neil Arnold investigates the sudden August outbreak of British lions...
- Not The Essex Lion! — Anyone can cash in on August lion snaps - even Nick Redfern!
- Face to Face with a Raccoon! — Not a lion this time, but a friendly raccoon...
- Fence-Sitting — And this one really is a good picture (see above)!
- And One More — A Texas dragonfly...
- Britain's Wallabies — Richard Muirhead on Britain's non-imaginary out-of-place animals...
- Paranormal Loch Ness — Finally back to non-silly-season sanity with a witch called Kevin, Aleister Crowley, supernatural strangeness and Nessie!
I know of a man in 'Anglo-land',
a scientist by trade,
Part naturalist, bit botanist,
detective of the glade...
He seeks what others cast aside,
to find what lives within,
To taste the music of the earth,
to feel what makes it spin...
For little bugs or tadpoles,
to nasty demon stew,
He marches through the countryside
with all his crypto-zoo...
and even part demonologist,
He brews it in his crazy lair,
apologist? No! if I may say,
just my favorite cryptozoologist...