Tuesday, 18 October 2011

New Bigfoot hunt and the Chupacabra of the sea

N.C. Bigfoot expert to lead hunt
Published: Oct. 18, 2011
SALISBURY, N.C., Oct. 18 (UPI) -- A North Carolina man who has hunted for Bigfoot for decades says he will lead a four-day expedition to seek out the never-confirmed, man-ape creature.Michael Greene, 70, of Salisbury, who said his previous encounters with Bigfoot -- also known as Sasquatch and Yeti in the folklore of different cultures -- include hearing the creature roar and capturing thermal imaging footage of a 7-foot-tall creature with no discernible neck, said he will lead a team into the Uwharrie National Forest in November to try to bring the reputed creature out of hiding, The (Raleigh) News & Observer reported Monday
Read more: http://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2011/10/18/NC-Bigfoot-expert-to-lead-hunt/UPI-77171318924800/#ixzz1bCljFtX8

Chupacabra-of-the-sea discovered in Cartagena
Tuesday, 18 October 2011 17:33 Natalie Dalton
A cetacean of sorts, appearing like a long-lost relative of a dolphin or the fabled Mexican Chupacabra, washed up on the shores of Cartagena and to the disgust of onlookers died of unknown causes.Scientific authorities believe the creature is a beaked whale, an elusive mammal of the sea of which little is known, and was accidentally stranded on the exclusive beaches of Bocagrande on the Caribbean coast of Colombia.The strange animal was roughly sixteen feet long, with a small head and tusks, and wound up onshore Tuesday morning.

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