Monday, July 25, 2016

If Bigfoot Were This Big They'd Be A Lot Easier To Find

If you think bigfoot is big, check out the size of the new Kong in the freshly released trailer for the upcoming movie - Kong: Skull Island.


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    1. To the Wenatchee Indians he was known as "Choanito" or "Night People."
      Many Indians believed that Skanicum could turn into a tree. This belief derived from their interaction with him.

      It is reported that a group of Indians followed Skanicum to a ravine through the bottom of which flowed a creek with the usual heavy growth of trees, brush, willows, etc. They sat down on the hillside where they could see the entire area including the hillsides. After a little while when Skanicum did not leave the ravine, some of the Indians went down into the ravine while others maintained vigilance from their vantage point. A complete and thorough search of the ravine yielded no sign of Skanicum, only trees, and they were certain that he could not have left the ravine without being seen. No Indian would dare to start chopping into the trees with an ax. Today, the Indians know all too well that Skanicum's color and natural camouflage enables him to stand motionless against a tree and be nearly imperceptible.

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  3. Don’t blink. Don’t even blink. Blink and you’re dead. They are fast. Faster than you can believe. Don’t turn your back, don’t look away, and DON’T blink.

  4. Ki'ho'sa means invisible in front of your face. Is what he is called by me. Thanks for the great story.
    Happy Monday Iktomi!

  5. Okay, this is not thee Kong.

    Kong died after being shot off of the Empire State building.

    I don't know what this is supposed to be, but it isn't Kong.

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