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I have felt the need to post about cryptids for some time, but nothing concrete has come my way, so I have allowed the subject to simmer on the back burner. But tonight, I am proud to say I have a few things to say.

It all started with a Facebook post by a friend that shows what appears to be a stegosaurus carved on a Buddhist temple some 800 years ago.

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(I didn’t find any photo credits)

I asked, like any good cryptozoologist if it could be real or photoshopped? It looks vaguely like a stegosaurus and I’m not opposed to the idea that mankind walked the earth at the same time as dinosaurs. Besides, one of my favorite childhood books was The Shy Stegosaurus of Cricket Creek by Evelyn Sibley Lampman. (The sad part of that confession is that 40 years later, I still remember the stegosaurus’ name and found the title of the book by googling: GEORGE THE STEGOSAURUS.) Heck the stego in the photo could be George.

No, George was in the United States, not Cambodia.

I did a quick search and found a lot of links, but this one made the most sense to me: The GeoChristian .

I’m not trying to disprove it is a dinosaur, but the contention that it could be a chameleon is a pretty convincing argument. I babysat a chameleon once and it looked a lot like that carving. I think I babysat the chameleon. Maybe it was the Chinese Water Dragon. But I stand by my statement: it could be a chameleon and not a stegosaurus. Although, it would be very cool if it was a stego, but no fossils of one have been found in Cambodia.

There are fossils of stegos near where George (the Shy Stegosaurus) lived.

That took me on a search for other odd news and I found (of course) some more Bigfoot links, all at one site: http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com. First, there’s an article where noted anthropologist David Attenborough admits that Yeti could be real. Then film of a Sasquatch taken in Canada.

They provide a link to the very cool map by Joshua Stevens covering 92 years of Bigfoot sightings.

Of course, I had to follow other links, like the Dogman of Michigan – just in time for Hallowe’en, I think.

New footage of the Loch Ness monster. (Possibly)

Oh heck, if you followed the first link I posted, you’ve probably already read all the great information on the site. There are a whole lot of links to UFO sightings, for instance.

And at least one very humorous story of a horse standing atop a garage roof where it had managed to get itself stranded the night before. Sadly, there was no photo attached to that story. I wanted to see the horse on the roof.

Aside from horses that do strange things, I think there are a lot of mysteries out there that we will never explain. One of the most recent to come across my desk is the tale of the ghost at a Milton-Freewater, Oregon, cemetery. It’s featured in some news articles, but even better – the photographer, Nathan Ziegler, has a blog.

Now, that’s freaky stuff.

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OMG!

I am so excited!

Donald (my husband) picked out this wonderful documentary on Netflix tonight and I am absolutely convinced! It’s a foreign film with subtitles and it is a whole lot more believable than a lot of stuff I have seen promoting Bigfoot hunting. I mean, these Norwegians take documentary serious.

JODI – yes, I mean YOU. You with the possible Bigfoot tracks. Oh, by the way: I got to thinking on those tracks and they could be juvenile Sasquatch. Juvies have an arch. Think on it, OK?

Anyway, JODI – you must watch this documentary!

This is serious stuff. We have missing teenagers in Norway. The entire film crew of this documentary has disappeared: the narrator, the cute girl with the funny faces, and both camera-people. One was a Christian and the other was a Muslim. This could be important: trolls can apparently sense a faith in God. They hate God.

Here’s a trailer of The Trollhunter (2010) with English subtitles…

 

OK folks – let’s get serious: trolls in Norway… it isn’t a big stretch to figure out we have Sassy here in the USA.

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