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Bigfoot Watcher Chasing Chemtrails Records a UFO

According to his commentary during the video (you can watch it here), Marc Abell –the CEO of Colorado Bigfoot, a provider of Bigfoot videos – was recording a plane making a contrail over a snow-covered terrain in Vail, Colorado, and believed the color and shape changes in the contrail were signs that the plane was actually spraying something rather than just trailing the usual water vapor and jet exhaust. To the untrained or disbelieving eye, it looks like just another contrail. However, there’s no mistaking that a white object suddenly appears in the video near the contrail.

“What is that it’s following it? You guys, that is too crazy, what is that?”​
https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2019/11/bigfoot-watcher-chasing-chemtrails-records-a-ufo/
 

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One millions pounds worth of adult toys have been stolen from a lorry in a lay-by.

The products from Rocks Off Ltd were taken overnight on the A43 near Kettering, Northamptonshire.
It is thought that the haul could contain tens of thousands of items from the nearby business.
Rocks-Off's website describes itself as "the UK's leading sex toy manufacturer and designer" and offers "100 per cent discreet delivery". Items range from £2.99 charging cables to £99.99 luxury products.

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/cri...m-lorry-in-layby-near-kettering-a4281056.html
 

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One millions pounds worth of adult toys have been stolen from a lorry in a lay-by.

The products from Rocks Off Ltd were taken overnight on the A43 near Kettering, Northamptonshire.
It is thought that the haul could contain tens of thousands of items from the nearby business.
Rocks-Off's website describes itself as "the UK's leading sex toy manufacturer and designer" and offers "100 per cent discreet delivery". Items range from £2.99 charging cables to £99.99 luxury products.

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/cri...m-lorry-in-layby-near-kettering-a4281056.html
What a (fake) dick move.
 

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Lost masterpiece found broken in two in gallery storage, after BBC expert identified it from cows' backsides.

lt did not look much like the work of an Old Master: a filthy panel broken clean in two, with much of its subject over-painted or obscured.

But the presence of some cows - specifically, their rear ends - was a clue to the painting’s illustrious history.

The work had languished for decades in a drawer at Birmingham Museum, and attributed to an anonymous artist, when it was spotted by Dr Bendor Grosvenor, art historian and presenter of the BBC series Britain’s Lost Masterpieces.

Inspecting the painting close-up for the programme, he said: “I’m drawn to the cows, particularly the rear ends of them. Now, if there is one artist in particular who loved the back end of a cow, it is Bruegel the Elder.”

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/20...found-broken-two-gallery-storage-bbc-expert2/

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Lost masterpiece found broken in two in gallery storage, after BBC expert identified it from cows' backsides.

lt did not look much like the work of an Old Master: a filthy panel broken clean in two, with much of its subject over-painted or obscured.

But the presence of some cows - specifically, their rear ends - was a clue to the painting’s illustrious history.

The work had languished for decades in a drawer at Birmingham Museum, and attributed to an anonymous artist, when it was spotted by Dr Bendor Grosvenor, art historian and presenter of the BBC series Britain’s Lost Masterpieces.

Inspecting the painting close-up for the programme, he said: “I’m drawn to the cows, particularly the rear ends of them. Now, if there is one artist in particular who loved the back end of a cow, it is Bruegel the Elder.”

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/20...found-broken-two-gallery-storage-bbc-expert2/

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Ah yes, to be on the BBC as the "expert in cow backsides"...
 

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A local police blotter story. Here's a map of the township.

’Bigfoot’ trys to open man’s front door: Bainbridge Township police blotter

https://www.cleveland.com/police-bl...-door-bainbridge-township-police-blotter.html

After hearing gunshots 4:26 a.m. Oct. 22 a resident called police. Officers arrived and questioned a man who admitted to firing warning shots at a seven-foot tall ‘Bigfoot’ creature or bear who he said tried to open his front door and get his dogs. He also said it visits his home every night at about 8 p.m. The subject was deemed to be not intoxicated. Officers could not find any creature foot prints or signs of an animal visit. The man was advised to call police if it returns and advised against firing shots into the air.
 

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Some may say that the British Royal family are a special bunch, however it appears that they are also miraculous, in a spooky kind of way. This headline (outlined) grabbed my attention today whilst surfing through some news stories.
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