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Where does Bigfoot go on holiday?
Sasquatchewan. The rest of the time, who knows where he hangs his giant hat? What does appear to be known is when the name for Big Foot occurred – 1958. Born in the pages of the Humboldt Times by columnist … Continue reading
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Forbidden History – Graham Hancock’s “Fingerprints”
Graham Hancock’s research seems pretty interesting. For one thing, he’s pretty sure the Ark of the Covenant made it all the way to Ethiopia. He explains his reasons for this theory in The Sign and the Seal, which isn’t the … Continue reading
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When faced with the truth, people still prefer the lie
This from BBC News, mysterious hairs were collected by a local fellow in eastern India who was convinced he held yeti hair in his hands. The hair was given to BBC and analyzed in the States. DNA analysis confirmed it … Continue reading
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