Since Sasquatch has never been proven to exist - And yet numerous sightings have been reported. And since bears come in many shapes sizes and can stand upright on hind legs
- Possibly your so called sasquatch is a bear - behaving in a manner that makes it seem Human?
Not sure this is the best thread to post to but:
Harry Price (of Borley Rectory fame) amassed a "Magical Library" of around 13,000 volumes on magic, parapsychology, witchcraft, psychical research and the like, which were bequeathed in 1948 to the UCL Senate House Library (Camden New Journal yesterday). Price was also an amateur Magician and Senate House has taken about 80 items to form the basis of a new Exhibition 'Staging Magic: The Story behind the Illusion' The exhibits include a first edition of Reginald Scott's The Discoverie of Witchcraft (1584), the first printed book in English to describe a magic trick; as well as the 1634 edition of Hocus Pocus Junior: The Anatomie of Legerdemain (sleight of hand). This last book set the formula for conjuring manuals over the next 250 years (including the rabbit-from-a-top-hat trick believed to be first performed by the 19th Century magician John Henry Anderson).
Anyway, Senate House Library WC1E 7HU until June 15 admission free. If I ever get a lunch-break I'll go and report back on its worthiness.
Colorado jogger chokes mountain lion to death after wild cat attacked him on mountain trail
A jogger killed a mountain lion with his bare hands after the animal attacked him on a trail in the foothills of the Rockies.
The runner heard the wild cat behind him and, as he turned, it pounced and began savaging him, pouncing at his head, and clawing and biting his face and arms.
He managed to fend it off with his forearms and then jumped on top of the animal, somehow managing to suffocate it........"
See whole story here: https://www.yahoo.com/news/colorado-jogger-attacked-cougar-kills-102844416.html
Notice there are no witnesses - We are not getting the lions side of the story because:
1. He is dead and 2. Lions can't talk.
But no one should 'rush to judgement' - How do we know who attacked who first?
Could this really be a case of animal abuse?
Aren't Mountain Lions better than a lot of people you know?