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  • #16
    Originally posted by Laisrean
    Hey, isn't your username kinda like that.
    We're coming up on Samhain, so...

    Boo!!! :smileroll

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    • #17
      I am a believer in the Loch Ness monster as being a herd of plesiosaurs. Ogopogo of Lake Okanagan in BC, Canada is a zeugloden (sp?) whale. And the Native Americans in the Pacific Northwest have long known about Bigfoot.

      I have a Nessie sitting on my monitor right now.
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      If you believe, or if you doubt,
      There is a Universal Justice,
      And The Eyes of Truth, are always watching you".


      • #18
        My favorite is Mokelemembe, the african dinosaur in the jungle, I think it's a diplodocus or something, but the name is awesome, I might have spelled it wrong it's pronounced (Mo-kell-a-mem-bay). That one was alway my favorite. Though I'll admit nobody doesn't love nessie.
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        • #19
          In SC we have the Lizardman....I'll find the link....

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Boogins
            I've seen this one program repeatedly that describes a woman's investigation of a Louisiana bayou version of Bigfoot... but I have a hard time taking it seriously because it's called the Booger monster. In most places, that would be something else entirely!
            Would you know where this was in Louisiana? We have the Honey Island Swamp Monster, which is the southeastern part of the state that butts up against southwest Mississippi, but as far as I'm concerned the Honey Island Swamp Monster is a hoax.

            Incidentally, "booger" is a common southern term for things that go bump in the night.
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            • #21

              Here's an article of a recent sighting of the Florida Swamp Ape. The woman who reported the sighting admits she didn't do a good job with the drawing of what she seen, and I agree because the creature in the drawing looks like it was just caught naked in the shower.... :hehehehe:
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              "It's not an endlessly expanding list of rights – the "right" to education, the "right" to health care, the "right" to food and housing. That's not freedom, that's dependency. Those aren't rights, those are the rations of slavery – hay and a barn for human cattle." ~ Alexis De Tocquiville