Nitschke Effigy Mounds

Posted on Sep 27, 2005 in Dinosaurs in Literature | 2 comments

Share The well-known and documented Nitschke Mounds are comprised of 2 mound groupings with a total of 62 effigy, conical and linear mounds. Forty-six of these mounds were identified in the northern group – located on the now County-owned property. Here at s8int.com, we never hesitate to step in and help out whenever we see […]

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Lake Monsters” Reportedly Photographed in Quebec and at Lake Champlain …

Posted on Sep 7, 2005 in Cryptids | no responses

ShareFishermen’s Observation Re-stirs Champ Debate Published: Thursday, August 18, 2005 By Matt Crawford Burlington Free Press Staff Writer CHARLOTTE — It’s a flat, dead-calm summer evening on Lake Champlain, the kind of night when the water’s surface looks like a gigantic mirror. Vermonters Dick Affolter and Pete Bodette, Affolter’s 34-year-old stepson, are fishing for salmon […]

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Stegosaurus Depiction at Angkor Wat

Posted on Aug 4, 2005 in Dinosaurs in Literature | one comment

Share The stegosaurus is a dinosaur that “science” says has been extinct for at least 140 million years. Angkor Wat was established by the Khmer after 800 A.D., and abandoned 400 to 500 years ago. Among all the depictions of animals at the temple, how is that they chiseled out such a clear depiction of […]

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Chile – The Creature Of the Tagua Tagua Lagoon

Posted on Jun 17, 2005 in Cryptids | one comment

Share The legend of this creature is little known, even for residents of San Vicente in the country’s 6th region, but this discovery returns a piece of their history to them. The horrible creature in the etching that accompanies this article is the little-known Monster of Tagua Tagua lagoon, a legendary creature that not even […]

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Cameroun Pterosauria

Posted on Jun 11, 2005 in Dinosaurs in Literature | no responses

Share In the 1600’s artists from Cameroun sculpt some pretty good likenesses of Pterosauria–considering that they are supposed to have been extinct for millions of years. From the Mansfield collection, two sets of sculpture: Click here to See Article

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