Even a hard-working cryptozoologist needs to take a break for his birthday party, once a decade, right? Aren’t we all kids inside, sometimes?
Snapshots from the July 12th celebration at the Portland Sea Dogs game:
During the event, an unknown cryptid mascot showed up to pose with the specially made Bigfoot birthday cake and some guy in a red shirt. Actually, this creature is the Yarmouth Clam Festival mascot clam. Strange but very cheerful.
In the two above photos, you can see how different camera angles and light bouncing off Bigfoot created the illusion that the brown primate may sometimes be viewed with seemingly white strands of hair. More indepth analysis and computer enhancements may have to occur, no doubt, to get to the bottom of this, but no YouTube videos will be posted.
In this wider view, it is obvious that the Sasquatch was reaching out for a party favor given out during the party, which was a copy of Tom Slick: True Life Encounters in Cryptozoology for each guest.
Finally, the Portland Sea Dog mascot appeared for a photo op, but demonstrated the perturbed side of itself, as per usual.
Weirdly, as this picture was being taken, a man walked by in the background, in apparent coincidential imitation of the Bigfoot in the Patterson-Gimlin film. Of course, none of us saw this happen at the time, but there it is.
The names of the real guests and their images will not be shown here to protect the innocent. However, my sincere thanks to all who came, making it a wonderful and fun night.
See you all and more in 2017.