BigfootAnnie Bishop reports on KXLY4 News:

SPOKANE, Wash.— A Spokane woman out for a day hike along the Spokane river claims to have proof of the mysterious and elusive Bigfoot.

Samantha, who did not give her last name, and her friends were hiking at Downriver Park over the weekend when they captured Bigfoot by using their iPhone camera.

Samantha posted a YouTube video of the creature a few days later.

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Team America–Fuck YEAH!” Joe Cowboy, upon ‘foiling’ a terrorist plot to destroy Paris

“The more things change, the more they stay the same,” French proverb

“Heads you win, tails I lose,” Barack Obama to Rance Priebus, November 2012

“100 years of dogs on commemorative plates,” Dr. Lionel Tobin, British Association for the Paranormal (“B.A.P.”)

Obviously you have heard the news by now:  On 1st May 2011, a team of U.S. Navy…

From the “You can’t make this stuff up” department, via AP/Seacoastonline:

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — First there was a Bigfoot sighting. Now, there’s a Bigfoot suing.

A performance artist and amateur filmmaker who dressed as the mythical beast says New Hampshire park rangers didn’t have the right to kick him off a mountain where he had been scaring, or at least amusing, hikers while friends videotaped his antics.

Backed by the American Civil Liberties Union, Jonathan Doyle is suing the state…

Looks like a classic Bigfoot “sighting”. Loping gait, partially obscured, grainy image. Whoever set this up might just be paying homage. Via Tim Kedrowski and his sons, Peter and Casey, are…

PORTLAND, Maine (Wireless Flash) — Even after all these years, Bigfoot still knows how to draw in a crowd. Loren Coleman, a leading cryptozoologist, just opened a new museum in Maine dedicated…