That's why they call it Grassachusetts, folks.
More like Grassquatch.Read More
Or a gullible, crazy moment.You know, whichever.
Apparently, Michigan is just full of sasquatches. Pizza-eating, shape-shifting, urban sasquatches. The state might be in economic shambles, but according to these entirely credible reports, the Bigfoot business should be booming.Read More
Well, it's better than Real Housewives.
The elusive Bigfoot has been waiting to be discovered all along, it just needed a Spike TV reality competition show to be made about it. At least that's what the producers behind "Ten Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty" are counting on.Read More
If the Discovery Channel says that unicorns are real then they have to be, right?
Now that Shark Week is over and the outrage over Megalodon is winding down, Discovery Channel is going to need some new creatures to make fictional documentaries about. Since mermaids have been done already, might we suggest some of these animals as subjects?Read More
Folks, can we have some real talk for a second here? I'm totally down with the whole sexy monsters thing. I get it. Swayze worked it as a ghost. Vampires have had a certain sensual appeal since Stoker, and yeah, I'll even allow the 'sexy zombies' of Warm Bodies. But at some point, we need to draw a line in the sand, or, you know, several. In the interest of doing so, here are seven monsters that we never, ever want to see given the 'sexy monster' treatment by Hollywood. Not that we have a lot of pull in Hollywood, but dammit, it's worth a try.Read More
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Mosaics are pretty cool, beef jerky is pretty cool, and Sasquatch would probably be pretty cool if only he'd come out of hiding and chill with the bros like a chill bro to show how cool he is. To celebrate National Beef Jerky Day -- which is today, you guys -- artist Jason Mecier created this mosaic portrait of Sasquatch out of beef jerky.Read More
I remember when the U.S. State quarters program was launched and everyone got (comparatively) excited about coin collecting. Now that Canada has introduced a collection of coins featuring mythical creatures, I realize how dumb it was to get all excited about states. Canada has a history of prettying up their money, but unlike the plastic currency initiative, this line of coins seems to be all about the coolness factor.
The current coins in the line are lake dragon Memphré, who allegedly lives in Quebec's Lake Memphremagog; Mishepishu an aquatic panther of some sort rumored to live in Lake Superior; and the classic Sasquatch. All of the coins are legal tender and worth 25 cents a piece Canadian, although they cost $24.95 Canadian by virtue of being collectors items and being plain awesome. Besides, these aren't the kind of things you spend. These are the kind of things that are begging to be embarrassing family heirlooms.
See the Sasquatch coin and the tails side (featuring the decidedly non-mythical Elizabeth II) after the jump.Read More