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Kris Allen And Bigfoot

November 24, 2009 - Author: newscoma

What is it with rock musicians and cryptozoology this week? Apparently, Bigfoot might be driving his Hummer around the hills of West Virginia.

But to rock musician Kris Allen, the idea of Bigfoot running around in West Virginia’s rugged terrain is no laughing matter. Rather, it is a serious issue that has thrust him into a major investigation that entails two films.

Once the lead singer for the Marshall Tucker Band, and now the head of his new group, Southern Thunder, the veteran musician says he has seen three of the creatures in the Monongahela National Forest alone.

Actually, his first sighting came at age 8 when Allen, his parents, a sister and some neighbors spotted the curious creature in a tree in Chelyan, not far from his Marmet home, and watched it until darkness set in.

Allen basically goes on to say he’s seen Bigfoot a ton of times.

Another tell-tale sign of Bigfoots are stacks of rocks in bizarre places inside a forest, he says, affording the creatures a good vantage point from which to stage an ambush.

Bigfoot is known to have attacked humans, Allen says.

“I’ve personally had rocks thrown at me. I’ve got a lot of witnesses on this. All of a sudden, a rock will be hurled at you. You’re out in the middle of nowhere in the dead of winter, and when they go by your head, it sounds almost like the same velocity as someone slinging a rock with a slingshot right past your head.”

First we had Sammy Hagar/alien abduction and now we have Kris Allen.  I sort of think it’s fabulous.

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Kentucky Bigfoot!!!

September 8, 2009 - Author: newscoma

Alright, I’m going to believe it’s a Kentucky Bigfoot. Carry on if you aren’t as excited as I am.

A Kentucky man said his surveillance camera captured something in his back yard last week, but no one is sure what it is.

I keep repeating, “It’s not a bear. It’s not a bear.”

Wait! There’s more:

Mahoney, who is a hunter, says whatever it is, it keeps raiding his garden. His wife sent the photo to a wildlife expert who specializes in black bears. She said it looks like the creature has black fur but can’t confirm it’s a bear.

Kenny Mahoney, I <3 you.

Kentucky Bigfoot means one step closer to Tennessee Bigfoot.

BIGFOOOOOOT! (Please let it be Bigfoot.)

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Bigfoot Days

September 7, 2009 - Author: newscoma

I cannot describe my jealousy at the folks that got to go to this event enough.

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Catching Bigfoot With Doughnuts

August 10, 2009 - Author: newscoma

Dammit, I could have been catching a Baby Bigfoot with doughnuts?

Whether the mystery critter roaming northern Florida is an orangutan, a “baby Bigfoot” or something else, wildlife officials think it might have a bit of Homer Simpson in it.

After a bear hunter said an animal that could be an orangutan stole jelly doughnuts from him, a wildlife investigator has tried to use sweet treats to lure the creature into the open in Baker County.

This makes me so very happy. I will even spring for eclairs for Sasquatch if that’s what it takes.

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Weekly World News Is Coming Back

October 20, 2008 - Author: newscoma

Cuppa sent me a link yesterday and my world might realign itself to where my dreams have been answered and I can return to my once former cheerful self.

A New York investors group calling itself Bat Boy LLC has bought the one-time supermarket tabloid Weekly World News from American Media Operations Inc., it was announced over the weekend.

Weekly World News, which on its online version refers to itself as “The World’s Only Reliable News,” has for nearly three decades spun out tales of alien invasions, fantastic archeological discoveries, and, most memorably, of Bat Boy, a half-human, half-bat creature found in a cave back in 1992.

The new CEO of Weekly World News,
Neil McGiness, referred indirectly to Bat Boy, which inspired a Broadway play, in the statement announcing the sale.

“The Weekly World News is a powerful brand in publishing, entertainment and online,” he said. “The Weekly World News brand and its characters have inspired musicals, books, feature film projects and television shows over the years. We see tremendous potential for growing the brand and significantly expanding the business.”

I’m for hire, WWN. Get it together and call me.

I’ll do your Bigfoot/Zombie beat.

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Bigfoot For President

October 19, 2008 - Author: newscoma

Jane Q. Public alerted to me on Twitter that Bigfoot’s campaign for president is gaining momentum.
Mabel, who had an unsuccesful bid for the presidency, has made her endorsement for the elusive beast.
“I believe that America needs Bigfoot to lead this nation out of dark times,” Mabel said telepathically. “Nessie will make a fine running mate.”

Rumors have been persistent that Mabel will be offered the Secretary of Steak position. Mabel has agreed publicly that she will accept the appointment if it is offered.

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Bigfoot Birthday

October 7, 2008 - Author: newscoma

I have had some wonderful well wishes today as I am now one year closer to AARP enrollment. Yay me! Thanks to all of you.

Frank Strovel sent me this and I have never laughed so hard.

It that ain’t awesome, I don’t know what is.

Once again, thanks guys. You are just wonderful.

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Bigfoot On The Beach

September 18, 2008 - Author: newscoma

This is funny and by golly, I missed it.

Here’s the story:

Crime Prevention Specialist for the Botetourt County Sheriff’s Department, Sharon Coleman, is on vacation at Holden Beach near where Hanna came ashore. Well that’s not all she said that washed ashore — Bigfoot!

Using super detective work (no doubt) Coleman discovered actually her neighbors crafted Bigfoot out of seaweed that washed ashore from the hurricane.

Bigfoot Mania, I’m telling you.

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Sasquatch Swagger

October 23, 2007 - Author: newscoma

Well, he has a kind of jaunty walk. The suit is a bit tight though, don’t you think?.

Man, this is so funny it’s exquisitely bad.


You realize I do this for you out of love and so you don’t have to.

Or, I need medication. (Beer works but not as well as tranquilizers.)

Heh. The things I do for you guys.

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Do Not Diss The Legacy

August 26, 2007 - Author: newscoma


I have nothing more to say.

Degrading my boyfriend, Sasquatch (I call him Sassy.)


(I should go buy beer and stop this madness of Bigfoot Appreciation. Okay, I will continue to appreciate the Bigfoot, and still go buy beer. I’m cool that way.) 

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Housekeeping, Weekly World News And An Interview

August 2, 2007 - Author: newscoma

This is different. I’m being interviewed by She Unlimited tomorrow night.

And, no fears campers, the weird news site I sort of mentioned last week is in the works. Unfortunately, I haven’t had a ton of time. As you know, my love of Weekly World News (and their stubborness of not hiring me to go on Bigfoot expeditions or interviewing alien abductees is still a sad and cruel wrench to my heart) has inspired me.

Yeah, it’ll be up soon. As I’m not so good with the CSS, I’m reading this.

I’ll unveil it in the next couple of days. What do you want? Horrorscopes? Ask a Psychic? Weird News? How beer cures all diseases?

You tell me, my kind readers.

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