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V.21 No.9 |

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The Daily Word in long-lost cryptids, long-lost Star Trek photos, a tiny IKEA home

The Daily Word

State police pull body of 4-year-old boy from deep hole near his home in Carlsbad.

Severed finger found at site of Albuquerque robbery.

UNM basketball team wins Mountain West regular season title. The Lobos will match up against Air Force in first round of conference tournament on Thursday.

Long-lost ancient health remedies from the old days.

I have every intention of traveling next year to the Sock Monkey Madness Festival!

An international space station could someday be built on another planet rather than in orbit.

Rare photos from the original Star Trek pilot.

You can now buy a teensie weensie entirely IKEA home.

How much do you know about the Byzantine Empire?

Video released describing sightings of giant, fan-collared cryptid lizard.

Sri Lankan man dies while trying to break record for spending the most time buried alive.

Australian scientists have rediscovered Dryococelus australis, or, giant walking stick.

What is your Batman name?

RIP Star Wars artist Ralph McQuarrie.

V.21 No.5 | 2/2/2012
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Cryptid Alert

Cryptid Alert! Feel the wool of a living woolly mammoth!

Do you believe in true love? Do you believe there are living woolly mammoths in Siberia? As if for Valentine’s Day, this spectacular footage of a woolly mammoth crossing a river hath created a new spark of wonder in my black heart. I have always and forever remained hopeful that a few of these guys were still hanging around. I gave up on the glyptodon and megatherium, but never on my number one mammal, the woolly mammoth. Or maybe it’s a just bear with a fish in his mouth, and love is fake and woolly mammoths never existed. Happy Valentine’s Day, fake woolly mammoth. I don’t know what to get you.

V.20 No.12 |

Cryptid Alert

Cryptid Alert! Bigfoot has been caught on video again!

Thomas Byars of North Carolina filmed the snarling beast with his handy video camera. Notice how the yeti takes tiny steps, as though it's sharted its costume. Which would explain the horrid smell.