Monday, May 3, 2010

From Today's Anomalist

From today's Anomalist:

What Orca Species Was Seen Off Massachusetts? Cryptomundo.

Trawler captain Billy Train of Falmouth, Maine, photographed a killer whale while fishing off the coast of Massachusetts. But what species of killer whale or orca was it? It has always been thought there was only one kind of orca. But, in fact, there may be three or more species.

In Search Of The Skunk Ape Valdosta Daily Times.

The newspaper has received calls from readers who believe they have seen what may be a Skunk Ape, a smaller Bigfoot-like creature with a foul odor, in South Georgia. One man sitting on his back porch in Brooks County watched one through binoculars: "He saw a hairy humanoid, with the hair being red, fading to brown and grey. The creature was lean and at least over six-feet tall...the creature leaned on one arm against a tree, looking around. It scratched its left calf with its right foot. Then it ran away...This creature had a strange walk that did not match the movements of a human..."

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