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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

BIGFOOT NEWS IN BRIEF


New York Daily News
(Originally published by the Daily News on January 3, 1976. This story was written by Donald Singleton.) Here's the story as we heard it. Whether you ...

New York Daily News
(Originally published by the Daily News on January 3, 1976. This story was written by Donald Singleton.) Here's the story as we heard it. Whether you ...

New York Daily News
Then there was Big Foot. He lumbered out of the tall timber in northern California last year and is now so famous that official chamber of commerce ...

Hunter Finds Possible Bigfoot Tracks In Ohio With Photos
From the facebook page of the Ohio Bigfoot Conference: "Possible juvenile tracks from Trumbull County, Ohio???? Found by a hunter in early Fall way ...

When It Comes To Bigfoot Narration, This Guy Was One Of The Best
When people think of classic bigfoot documentaries, and the voices behind them, Leonard Nimoy probably comes to mind more than any. But a close ...

ThurstonTalk
In the 1920's North American journalists first used the term 'Sasquatch,' with the more familiar 'Bigfoot' began soon after. In Australia they call him ...


2 comments:

Richard Freeman said...

The attorney story is about Oliver the chimp. He is a well known, odd individual chimp that walks upright, not a bigfoot.

drjon said...

Oliver died a few years ago, sadly: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oliver_(chimpanzee)