ScotlandNow examines the theories behind what kind of animal the Loch Ness Monster could be.

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Salon reports that dna testing of hair samples thought to be from bigfoot turned out to be from a collection of ordinary animals, with one except. There seems to be a new hybrid sort of bear.

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Alexander Imich Dead: Oldest Living Man & Paranormal Expert Dies At 111.

Alexander Imich, who was recently declared the oldest living man, died on Sunday in New York at the age of 111, according to reports.

For Imich, that passion was the paranormal. In 1995, at the age of 92, he published a book on the subject called “Incredible Tales of the Paranormal: Documented Accounts of Poltergeist, Levitations, Phantoms, and Other Phenomena.”

Imich had a collection of forks and spoons that he said had been bent using the power of the mind, also known as macropsychokinesis.

“I watched ordinary people doing that,” he told the Times.

This man had an extraordinary life, no doubt about that. Have a look at the article to read about the things he went through.

His Wikipedia page states he was the president of the Anomalous Phenomena Research Center in New York City back in 1999 when he founded it. I do not think it still exists. The goal was to produce the crucial experiment to show life after death. That did not happen, obviously, and there can be no one result that serves as proof – science is achieved by replicability to get reliable and robust data and supported conclusions.

Alexander Imich, paranormal advocate, dies at 111 | Doubtful News.

… and what of his accumulated archives …

Imich began donating his archives to the University of Manitoba in 2012 when his eyesight started to fade. A believer to the last, he made sure that there, among manuscripts of his published and unpublished works, are found “various pieces of silverware which were bent by Joe A. Nuzum.”

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Tech Times discusses the possibilities of bringing back the passenger pigeon.

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VolumeOne talks with author and cryptozoology researcher Chad Lewis, and his hunt for the Lake Pepin monster.

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Bethal Alaska\’s Delta Discovery reports on a bigfoot sighting by two hunters.

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Time Magazine takes a look at Animal Planet€™s Finding Bigfoot, and why its remaining popular.

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The New York Times posts a generally positive review of the scare flick \”Willow Creek\”.

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Huffington Post reports that a new documentary to air on the Discovery Channel will investigate whether a \”yeti\” killed a group of hikers in an incident known as the \”Dyatlov Pass Incident\”.

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Australian Geographic reveals an interesting aspect to the video taken of a live thylacine in a zoo – after it yawned (actually threats) a couple times, it got being the cameraman and bit him.

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