Loren Coleman's Top Cryptozoology Stories of 2007

Would have beena great fiction story...if it was fiction
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Loren Coleman's Top Cryptozoology Stories of 2007

Post by AynSavoy » Tue Nov 27, 2007 10:39 pm

In case you missed them the first time around!

BoingBoing posted about Loren Coleman's list of the Top Cryptozoology Stories of 2007: http://www.boingboing.net/2007/11/27/lo ... p-c-1.html

Highlights include a videotape of the Loch Ness monster, a dead Chupacabra, and a dwarf manatee.
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Post by Dustin » Fri Nov 30, 2007 8:41 pm

You know, we have this reservoir here in Oklahoma City that people call a lake. In fact it's name is Lake Hefner. A while back me and an old roommate of mine were going to doctor up a picture of a serpent creature coming out of the lake with a cow's head on it. Make it all fuzzy and stuff and call it the "Lake Hefner Monster," Heffy for short.

The closest thing we got to doing that was when I applied for a job at our news paper, The Oklahoman (voted worst paper in the U.S. two years in a row). I had a portfolio piece that was a fake tabloid (wouldn't that make it the truth?) called "The JOKElahoman" and it had the Lock Hefner monster on it (along with an teaser for backyard gorilla wrestling). Anyway, I am not sure it they liked it. In fact, that might have been the reason they did not hire me.

God, my stories are lame!

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