Friday, July 30, 2010

Saturday Morning Cartoons: Superfriends Reveal Bigfoot Origins

Hurry, while you still in your pajamas! Get that bowl of cereal and enjoy the nostalgia of watching Saturday Morning Cartoons. In this case the Superfriends.

Not only is it fun to watch cartoons from the '80s but the explanation of Bigfoot origins is a surprise mind-boggling ending.

Pioneering News Agency Claims: Ahead of the curve on Bigfoot

The news agency, Wireless Flash News is calling it quits after 30 years. They are claiming they were ahead of the curve before Art Bell was talking about aliens and Bigfoot. They also claim to be the ones who made Ray Wallace famous. Below is an excerpt from the AOL news report.

"We redefined news prep by offering contact numbers to celebrities and to the characters we interviewed," Glynn said.

One of these so-called 'characters' was Ray Wallace, a man from Toledo, Wash., known as "the Father of Bigfoot" after he allegedly saw the hairy creature in 1958.

Glynn interviewed him many times over a 22-year period before Wallace died in 2002. As a result, Wallace was also interviewed by hundreds of other radio stations, TV shows and print media.

"When he died, The New York Times did a story on him," Glynn said. "Without FlashNews, he would have been remembered by a few Bigfoot researchers and the folks in Toledo, Wash. He had fun with it. When I called, his wife, Ulna, would say, 'He's not here,' and Ray would say, 'Now, Ulna, don't be saying that,' and he'd get on the phone."

Glynn points out the Flash -- as the staff referred to it -- wasn't just ahead of the curve on Bigfoot. The agency also reported on extraterrestrials long before Art Bell and the History Channel -- disseminating and popularizing much of the information that has become accepted as E.T. lore.

"At the time, we were owned by Copley Press, a very conservative news organization," Glynn said. "My bosses used to get calls from the Washington bureau claiming that the D.C. radio stations didn't want any of the 'serious' stories they were doing because they'd rather talk about Bigfoot and aliens."

Read the original article at AOL News
Flash News Article on Ray Wallace
Ray Wallace at Wikipedia

Bigfoot's Last Supper

When we say last supper we don't really mean final supper. We mean, what did he eat last night? We are big supporters of Sasquatch eating a steady diet of fish as in our post titled Fish Food is Brain Food.

The folks at The Bigfoot Investigation Group (TBIG) take it a step further. Indicating we can gain clues from the diets of Native Americans and Grizzly Bears. Its a great article backed by the sourcing for many of their arguments. Below are the bullet points from their post followed by a summary

• Sasquatch looks a lot like a human.

• They have been observed eating many food items that appeal to man and even some that are not so appealing.

• They hunt animals and gather fruits, vegetables and nuts.

• They are known to be opportunistic, as they have been seen removing dead or wounded animals like deer off our roads and highways.

• Many eye witness reports have domesticated animals such as cats, dogs and smaller farm animals like chickens being taken by Sasquatch.

From these facts we can demonstrate the hypothesis – “Sasquatch’s diet is very similar to that of humans”...

...We can safely answer the question: What does Sasquatch eat? Sasquatch eats what the grizzly eats and probably eats what the Native Americans have eaten in the past and more.

These guys did their research, easily building the argument with nutritional facts and the likely availability of different protiens.

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