Monday, July 7, 2008

Weekend Weirdness

As I was offline from Friday until late last night, here's a few things I missed, courtesy of The Anomalist:

Amomongo Hominoid Terrorizes Philippines Cryptomundo. Elias Galvez and Salvador Aguilar reported to Philippine authorities that they were separately attacked by a "hairy creature with long nails." The term amomongo is loosely translated as "gorilla." Elsewhere in the cryptid corner today, the cover says it all in a review of the New Bigfoot Book: The Hoopa Project; a restaurant owner says the panther he saw "was so black that it was blacker than night," as reported in New Black Panther Sighting: Maine; there's photographic evidence of another large felid where it isn't supposed to be in Methil's Mystery Prowler; and the uncanny abilities of some animals are examined in The Weird World of Mystic Mogs and Death-sensing Dogs. Meanwhile, don't forget to do your part to keep the doors to the International Cryptozoology Museum open with a donation to curator Loren Coleman using the email address at PayPal.

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