Petsbody

Mar 2, 2013

Petsbody

Mar 2, 2013

At least, there must be rumours of creatures such as Bigfoot, Mothman, Nessie, or what have you. And are they watching you?

unassuming_guy

Mar 2, 2013

I think it's possible the crocodile could find warm manmade places to hide out in the winter in the Thames.

But I'm not too worried, because the Vikings can handle any monsters in our mist.

Petsbody

Mar 2, 2013

It's scary out there – when some Scots, who may well be Mediterranean, make such a big show about being `Scandinavian´ (whatever that means) 

unassuming_guy

Mar 2, 2013

Well the Shetlands after all are in the Norse Sea, with the Orkneys and Faeroes. Not the Pharaohs.

wombatsammich

Mar 2, 2013

Gone Squatchin'!!

 

Seriously, there have been reports of Bigfoot in NC. It's silly...but if such a creature did exist, this would probably be ideal territory. Plenty of woodland left, winters are not *too* harsh, summers are not *too* hot. 

 

We don't have crocs, but we do have gators.

DrGeniusWiener

Mar 2, 2013

Hollywood's crawling with chupacabra.

Petsbody

Mar 2, 2013

When in Leigh-on-Sea, my wife and I saw half a dozen-or-so spooky things, as though to do with phantom animals: and all occurred at dusk. Perhaps I'll come to recount them in another topic. But today I read about a Montanan married couple who have an entire remote valley to themselves. And there was no mention of them having seen anything scary. Montana – isn't that where cattle-mutilations, and more, are said to take place all over the place?

Petsbody

Mar 2, 2013

More dangerous than monsters are surely the sinkholes that are opening-up, to swallow all and sundry, in various parts of Central America and the southeastern U S A. If the Gulf of Mexico goes, what ever will replace it?

wombatsammich

Mar 2, 2013

Wasn't it in FL that a sinkhole swallowed up a dude while his brother tried to rescue him, like a week ago?

talknerdybritt

Mar 3, 2013

NC supposedly has had Big Foot sightings. But now that I am in DC the closest thing I have seen to wild animals are squirrels. 

unassuming_guy

Mar 6, 2013

Interesting . . . 

 

 

 

12th post for that sinking feeling

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