Saturday, July 20, 2013

Bigfoot: With Special Guest William Allen Barnes - 7/21 7PM EST

Join us Sunday as we discuss Bigfoot with the creator of The Falcon Project, William Barnes.
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Thursday, July 11, 2013

Minnesota Iceman With Special Guest Steve Busti - 7/14 7PM EST

Join us Sunday as we discuss the Minnesota Iceman and more with Steve Busti. Steve recently purchased the Minnesota Iceman and is putting it on display at The Museum Of The Weird.

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Friday, July 5, 2013

Black Panther Photographed in Louisiana.

This picture was allegedly taken by a woman living near Broussard, Louisiana. The lady claims that the big cat was walking through her backyard and also claims several locals have spotted it as well.

In many instances, witnesses to black cats may be misjudging their size. A jaguarundi is a cat closely related to the cougar but smaller. It can occur in several colors including solid dark gray or chocolate brown. The cat is known to live in Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and Florida. Jaguarundis have also been reported in several states bordering these ones. From a distance, people would notice the jaguarundi’s build is unlike that of a house cat (see photo below), and it has a very long, thick tail like a cougars. It could easily resemble a black panther. Plus, the jaguarundi likes the daylight hours, making it easier to be spotted by humans.

Read more about Big cats here:The North American Black Panther – Myth or Reality?

Monday, July 1, 2013

The Loch Ness Monster: It's Scotland's Fault

The infamous Loch Ness monster often appears, according to legend, accompanied by earth tremors and swirling bubbles from the Scottish lake of the same name.

However, at least one researcher believes the shaking ground and bubbles aren't signs of a monster but rather an active fault underlying Loch Ness and other nearby lakes.

Scientific American reports that Italian geologist Luigi Piccardi credits the Great Glen fault system for reported sightings of the legendary beast.

 "There are various effects on the surface of the water that can be related to the activity of the fault," Piccardi said in an interview published in the Italian newspaper La Repubblica.

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