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August 15, 2008

the most definitive proof yet

Filed under: Uncategorized — blogsdon @ 8:46 am

So even the New York Times is willing to cover a story about two guys in Georgia who say they found the carcass of Bigfoot in the woods.



They have photographs and “DNA evidence,” but have moved the body to an undisclosed location to “protect it.” Coincidentally, one of the men who found Bigfoot also has a business running Bigfoot tours.

So there is an OUTSIDE chance that this is fake, but it made me wonder: of all the paranormal creatures/activities that have never been proven in our lifetime, which would be the MOST likely to be true? Here’s a short list:

1) Ghosts
2) UFOs
3) Psychics
4) Loch Ness Monster
5) Bigfoot
6) …did I miss one?

I would venture to say that Loch Ness seems the most likely. It’s a pretty big lake and their did use to be such a thing as dinosaurs. Right?



But actually, none of these things exist.

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4 Comments »

  1. I think I saw a documentary one time that proved those lochness monster photos were just of normal sized swans or something

    Also, I just saw a similar thing disproving the existence of superfast organisms that move faster than the human eye can perceive (they were just bugs caught on shitty cameras)

    Comment by Cous Grumbs — August 15, 2008 @ 9:14 am | Reply

  2. “flying rods”

    Comment by Cous Grumbs — August 15, 2008 @ 9:24 am | Reply

  3. Every time I am in or near a forest, I keep an eye out for a bigfoot (or John Lithgow).

    I would like to believe in ALL of those things (outside of UFOs which are real)….but need to actually see one or read about definitive proof (can you imagine the coverage if that bigfoot was actually real?) before truly believing.

    Comment by Jack — August 15, 2008 @ 1:17 pm | Reply

  4. Are you forgetting about. . .

    1.) unicorns
    2.) jackalopes

    what about the JACKALOPES!!!!

    Comment by Ben — August 18, 2008 @ 7:38 am | Reply


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