Yesterday I took this photo of the solar eclipse from the muddy, needle-strewn parking lot of the International Cryptozoology Museum, but it wasn’t until later, amid much dubious wood-knocking from celebrity scat monger Loren “Fakey Footprint” Coleman, that I noticed a startling figure in the foreground. Is it a hairy little man? Is it a hobo looking for a kind hearted lady to feed him a hot meal? Or is it the legendary Corn Ape? You decide!
The Daily Word 12.27.10: Hugh Hefner, Teena Marie, Werner Herzog and Kenny Loggins.
The East Coast is crippled with blizzard conditions.
Teena Marie, the Ivory Queen of Soul, is dead.
Attack of the drones.
Flickering ceiling lights send coded data, just like schizophrenic people claim.
Hugh Hefner is engaged to 24-year-old Crystal Harris
“Twas the Night Before Christmas” explained by Werner Herzog.
The year Kenny Loggins ruined Christmas.
Benefit from the wisdom of Courage Wolf.
Apple is working on holographic technology.
Here’s a recap of 2010’s celebrity deaths. So far.
Loren Coleman shares his Top Ten Cryptozoology Stories of 2010. I cry foul on #8.
Salon.com’s Year in Crazy.
30 people were arrested at DWI Super Blitz checkpoints over the weekend.
They may have found a complete Mammoth skeleton in New Mexico.
The Avengers will be shot in New Mexico.
Happy birthday, Gerard Depardieu.
Cryptid Alert: Loren Coleman Is Skeptical about Ben Radford’s Chupacabra(s) Theory
Internationally renowned cryptozoologist Loren “Come to My Cryptozoology Museum” Coleman has weighed in on Alibi columnist Ben Radford’s theory that the chupacabras is actually Natasha Henstridge. Though he congratulates Ben on his ingenious explanation of the chupacabras phenomenon, Coleman plays the skeptic this time. It’s backwards day!
Coleman and Radford are actually on friendly terms; Ben spoke highly of him at our company Christmas party a couple years ago. Nevertheless, Loren bashed Ben for taking a hike a few months ago. Oh, well. I took a poke at Coleman once with hilarious results.