Monday, August 18, 2008

Sasquatch Fails Test.

"Bigfoot Fails DNA Test"
But he still has to pay child support, it's an outrage!

I wonder what would motivate someone to fake a bigfoot corpse anyway:
Also present were Matthew Whitton and Rick Dyer, the two who say they discovered the Bigfoot corpse while hiking in the woods of northern Georgia. They also are co-owners of a company that offers Bigfoot merchandise.
Oh.

Mind you this zoologist doesn't reckon that the existence of the sasquatch is completely crazy.

Update: I suppose we should all just be thankful that they weren't selling Jack the Ripper merchendise.

5 comments:

JuliaM said...

"...co-owners of a company that offers Bigfoot merchandise..."

Who knew!?! ;)

Darren Naish's site is excellent. He did a very good 'sea monster' week recently. His new site is here, btw:

http://scienceblogs.com/tetrapodzoology/

Ross said...

I'm not a regular reader of his but I dip in every once in a while, this post considering the origins of dogs is particularly good:

http://darrennaish.blogspot.com/2006/10/controversial-origins-of-domestic-dog.html

Basically they are not necessarily descended from wolves.

JuliaM said...

"Basically they are not necessarily descended from wolves."

Alas, no-one told Martin Clunes before he filmed all those trailers for his bank holiday special... ;)

PD: forgot to add yesterday, your 'bigfoot' link doesn't work. This one is a pretty good report: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2008/08/080818-bigfoot-dna.html

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Daphne said...

I'm not surprised it was a hoax, but...............

I'm one of those people who finds the idea of Nessie or Bigfoot or faeries wonderful fantasies. I don't want them to find proof, leave it all be and let us have our tales of monsters and magic to tell our children.