Friday, July 17, 2009

From Today's Anomalist

There are some interesting and strange stories over at The Anomalist today:

Orang Ikan Cryptomundo. In this guest post, Brent Swancer shares an interesting merbeing case reported by Japanese soldiers from the Kei Islands of Indonesia in 1943. The strange creatures seen "were said to have limbs and a face somewhat similar to a human, but a mouth like a carp. These creatures were described as being around 150 cm tall, and having pink skin, as well as prominent spines on their heads. Unlike classical mermaids, these merbeings did not have fish tails, but rather two arms and two legs." Elsewhere, an update on the Michigan Dogman' Recently Sighted in Upper Peninsula. Anyone missing a hyena? Also, a Mystery Carcass Found on New Zealand Beach. What do you think it is?

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