Thursday, August 14, 2008

LATEST UPDATE ON BIGFOOT BODY--from Nick Redfern

For the updated information,please see Nick Redfern's page at :
http://monsterusa.blogspot.com/2008/08/bigfoot-body-latest.html

Nick will also be on Paranormal Radio tonight at 9 pm :
http://www.wprtradio.com/news.php

1 comment:

  1. Did you see the press conference, Raven???

    I couldn't. I saw some of it online on CNN. My impression:

    It's been said before, but without a body, DNA and a couple of photographs don't mean much. That's reality, unfortunately. Jeff Meldrum (who is probably the most respected cryptozoologist along with Coleman) agrees the face is "identical" to the oft-mentioned Halloween mask. I do agree Whitton, Dyer and Biscardi mentioning some scientists whom they want to study the body is hopeful, but not enough to pacify the skeptics. Most people (and I agree) are generally disappointed.

    Blogsquatcher made a good point that Dyer seemed comfortable and too "confident" for a man supposedly perpetrating a hoax. Whitton less so. I do feel that if it is the hoax most people are now saying, "RickMatt" and Biscardi are sure taking this farther than most hoaxes.

    I trust Meldrum and Coleman, but you never know. What do you think?

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