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Posted by on Aug 10, 2012 in TaraNormal Activity Blog, Weird | 4 comments

I BELIEVE: Man claims his Loch Ness Monster photo is most definitive ever. It’s not.

I BELIEVE: Man claims his Loch Ness Monster photo is most definitive ever. It’s not.

Every once in a while, a photo of the Loch Ness Monster pops up and the person who took the photo says it’s the proof we’ve all been waiting for. Above is the newest photo. Sigh. The new photo that George Edwards claims is evidence of the existence of the Loch Ness Monster features a dark gray hump sticking out of the water. If it is a hoax, at least it’s not as obvious at the “Surgeon’s Photo,” which is arguably the most famous picture of Nessie. The 1934 photograph was later debunked as a hoaxβ€”it turned out to be a toy submarine with a molded head and neck attached to it. There has been lots of “evidence” purporting to prove Nessie’s existence ever since she became a sensation in the 1930s. However, all of the photographs, videos, and sonar searches have provided no definitive proof, and Edwards’ photo is certainly no exception. However, Steve Feltham, another Nessie hunter who has examined many alleged photos of the creature, said...

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Posted by on Oct 11, 2011 in TaraNormal Activity Blog, Weird | 0 comments

I BELIEVE: Scientists Claim They Found A Yeti

I BELIEVE: Scientists Claim They Found A Yeti

Every couple of weeks there’s a new Bigfoot or Yeti sighting and sometimes you get awesome shakey-cam videos of a guy in a gorilla suit pretending to be Harry without the Hendersons. A group of international scientists met in Moscow and claim that they have found the Yeti, Bigfoot’s wintery cousin. From the Huffington Post Article: “It didn’t take very long for them to issue a statement on the official Kemerovo website stating they had found “footprints, a probable den and various markers that Yetis mark their territory with.” An English translation (from translate.google.com) of the original Russian news report added that the conference researchers “collected irrefutable evidence of the existence of the Yeti in Mountainous Shoria” (the southern part of Kemerovo). They concluded that the artifacts gave them 95-percent proof of the existence of Yeti in the Kemerovo region, the press release stated.” I’m guessing when it’s finally revealed, the 5% will totally denounce that they found a Yeti. What do you believe? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/10/scientists-found-siberian-yeti_n_1003639.html#s388533 Photo from...

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Posted by on Jul 20, 2011 in TaraNormal Activity Blog | 0 comments

I BELIEVE: The Alaskan Loch Ness Monster

I BELIEVE: The Alaskan Loch Ness Monster

I’ve been holed up in my art bunker finishing pages for the 1st ever Tara Normal book I’m making and I had to come back to reality to post this awesome news! Alaska thinks they have a Loch Ness Monster! From the article: The footage, shot by Alaskan fishermen in 2009, will make its public debut on “Hillstranded,” a new Discovery Channel special that will air Tuesday evening at 10 p.m. E/P. “I am quite impressed with the video,” Paul LeBlond, former head of the Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences at the University of British Columbia, told Discovery News. “Although it was shot under rainy circumstances in a bouncy ship, it’s very genuine.” I’m quite impressed too! But that’s only because super blurry videos of supposed sea creatures just do something to me. I can’t explain it!...

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