In 2007, Archie died exactly on the 37th anniversary – to the day – of his most memorable meeting with a Bigfoot.
Breaking news from Malaysia tells of the discovery of some remarkable four-toed tracks that hint at a link to earlier sightings of a large hominoid.
My tradition of penning year-end lists of such news stories began at the turn of the century. Here is my list of lists.
Considering there are new reports of tracks being found in Malaysia, in June 2013, this is a good article to review.
Local media called the anthropoid visitor the “El Reno Chicken Man.”
No one has been able to overturn the possibility this footage is genuine.
The fields of cryptozoology, Bigfootery and hominology have come to see troubles sprouting from the for-profit sales of Bigfoot casts.
Who Is Buffaloing Whom? Sharon Hill, Ketchum’s Foolish References and That Alberta “Sasquatch Hair” Analysis
“Who is pranking whom” is a good question to start asking.
Dr. Ketchum, in anticipation of the release of her new paper, said on Darwin’s birthday, “Buckle up!”
The evidence, I find, is compelling for a population of hairy, unknown primates in the Pacific Northwest.