Our long time member Tirademan (R.I.P. Scott McClean) compiled this extensive archive of Sasquatch related newspaper articles and donated it to the BFF before his passing. The earliest articles in this collection are from 1818 in Florida, 1877 (Australia), 1884 (Canada) and 1764 (Europe).
Maybe we could make a drinking game out of it.
1 drink every time somebody whispers
1 drink every time a lie is told
1 drinks every time they mysteriously discover some Antone Ranch feature that we already know about (like the mine they are about to explore)
never mind - pretty sure that would result in alcohol poisoning.
FYI - I did see where Antone Ranch got mentioned on that Facebook fan page, but nothing had come of it at the time. I haven't been back to see how things are going since.
^ Wow 3 hours, sure hope they loosen up some. Large landbird legs would do alot to explain some of that thermal artifact. Heck I thought encountering snakes, bees and elk was about all the risk out there squatching (except rabid animals), gonna do a rethink.
I wonder if there are any emu ranches in the area? My brother in law raised them and they are constantly escaping their fencing and running around the countryside. Their skinny bird legs would not have much of a heat signature and the body mass would be very round. It sure would not be something normal to see in the woods. I had no idea they were in my area until I found a footprint in the snow in my yard after a snow storm one winter. You cannot escape a feeling that you are looking at dinosaur tracks when you find one of their footprints.
Looking at tonight's program guide the main show is 2 hours long. And following that is a summary show that lasts an hour. So three hours of the show tonight.