Who is guilty this time around?
The expansion of cable programming held hopes of a future of thoughtful, scholarly shows. That was not to be.
Monsters of Massachusetts will serve as your tour guide to some of the most mysterious monsters to be encountered in New England.
The battles may not be seen, but the flowing blood is rather obvious.
Carving hoaxes was anticipated, and the hoaxer was even named.
The faux tracks became a part of Bigfoot history, but they can now be recognized and removed from any serious consideration of the topic.
The Bigfoot/Sasquatch footprint cast collection’s time has come for a big shake up.
The college student’s name game for this video appears to give away a clue that it may be a hoax.
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.
How would people feel if they had posted a videotape of an assassination attempt or a truck running over a puppy?