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Argentinian Biped

SOURCE: Diario “El Tribuno” de Salta – Argentina ROSARIO DE LA FRONTERA: TWO ATHLETES CLAIM SEEING STRANGE BIPED Two men training for the biathlon last Saturday along the forested trails of Cerro Termal and a gaucho passing through the area on horseback, some 6 km east of Rosario de la Frontera, claimed having run into the strange hairy beast which …

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CHUCHUNAA

CHUCHUNAA Chuchllnaa (“Wildmen”) is a western Siberian name for a specific type of unknown hairy hominid which may now be extinct. Anthropologist Mynl Shackley, who calls the creature the “Siberian Snowman,” writes that they are most frequently reported by the Tungus and Yakurs, the local nomadic peoples. The Chuchunaa are shy but not entirely retiring; they have been known to …

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Cassie

CASSIE Just as an assortment of lake monsters have taken on the names Tessie, Bessie, and such to echo Nessie (the Loch Ness Monster), so, too, have a few members of the ocean-dwelling Sea Serpent tribe. Caddy off the coast of British Columbia and Chessie from the Chesapeake Bay are two of the more famous ones. A lesser-known sea monster …

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Caddy

CADDY The waters off the Pacific Northwest coast of North America are said to be the home of a specific form of Sea Serpent, dubbed Cadborosaurus by Victoria, British Columbia, newspaper editor Archie Willis in the early 1930s. The large snakelike creature, now known more popularly as Caddy, has been seen from Alaska to Oregon, with most of the reported …

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BIG BIRD

The “Big Bird” that overflew the Rio Grande Valley in january 1976 got its name from the Sesame Street character. Wirnesses described it as, however, less amiable than its television counterpart. Some called it uhorrible looking.” It was at least five feet taU, with wings folded around its body and large red eyes on a “gorilla-like” face. While it may …

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BESSIE

For some time people have been reporting an unknown creature-later nicknamed South Bay Bessie or just plain Bessie-in Lake Erie. It is described as gray, snakelike, and thirty to forty feet long. Though sightings have been logged in recent years, the monster is known mostly from historical accounts. “For a number of years, vague stories about huge serpents have come …

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Bergman’s Bear

Reports of a giant bear of Kamchatka, a “God Bear” in Russian folk traditions, have circulated for centuries. In recent years, indeed, some scientific evidence has emerged to validate reports of a cryptid known as Bergman’s Bear. In 1920 the Swedish zoologist Sten Bergman examined the skin of a giant, black-furred variety of the Kamchatka bear. Bergman, who spent (wo …

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