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On one hand, it disappoints me that we are still debunking Charles Berlitz's nonsense accounts about the Bermuda Triangle (which includes the Tongue of the Ocean) over 40 years after they started. On the other hand, debunking the claims from his book Without a Trace is actually harder than debunking his earlier books because by the time the 1977 book came ...


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Perhaps, but unconfirmed. There have been numerous reports of a "beast of Bodmin/Dart moor". There is a list of reports of contacts with big cats here thanks to Weather Vane. The best evidence is blurry photos that seem to indicate there is a large cat, but certainly do not allow one to definitively confirm that they are leopards and pumas, or ...


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On 26 May 2007, Gordon Holmes, a 55-year-old lab technician, captured video of what he said was jet black thing, about 14 metres (46 ft) long, moving fairly fast in the water. However, there are many problems with Holmes, his claim and the video. Here they are: Nessie, a modern-day myth According to The Skeptic's Dictionary: A Collection of Strange ...


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The book The Last Tasmanian Tiger by Robert Paddle records several accounts as of thylacine sightings on mainland Australia in modern (European) times. A naturalist named Cambrian, claimed to have inspected recently deceased remains collected from the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, NSW in the 1880s. He inspected a second dead animal at a location concluded ...


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As the BBC reports, a huntsman spider found in Laos with a legspan of about 300mm (about 1 ft) is considered the largest known to science.


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The news clip itself mentions neither DNA testing nor any supposed Dogman. However, WKYT reported on 12th August 2020 (6 months later): Knott County boy killed by pack of wild dogs KNOTT CO., Ky. (WKYT) - State police say 13-year-old Corey Godsey was killed by a pack of dogs. It happened back in February in the Emmalena community of Knott County. At the ...


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