The mist was swirling eerily over the lake. In the half light of morning the visibility was patchy, and the air had an unusual chill. Nothing stirred. All around was silence.Oh, what a perfect day for the Bowness Monster to go for a swim! From deep beneath the surface of Windermere, he must have seen Tom Pickles and his companion Sarah Harrington kayaking across the water. Why, they even had a camera-phone on board. Read more
Authorities with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources this week denied the most recent rumors of a mountain lion sighting in the state, this time in Leelanau County. News of the alleged sighting and photo was confirmed by the Michigan Wildlife Conservancy (not a state agency), which confirmed the animal was a cougar. The DNR disagreed, saying the photo showed a domestic cat, nothing more. The Record-Eagle.
Just in case you might have neglected marking it on you calendar, the Texas Bigfoot Research Conservancy will be holding its annual “scientific conference” in Tyler on Sept 26. Newsworthy subjects on the conference agenda include “Why are there no bones?” and “What does it eat?” We all know they they love beef jerky, and screwing with Sasquatch can be dangerous. The Tyler Morning Telegraph.