Monday, February 27, 2017

Non-Profit Group Awarded $150k in Grant Money To Look For Bigfoot


A non-profit group in Alaska was awarded a grant in the sum of $150,000 to look for bigfoot and other 'mythical' creatures by the previous administration.

The Washington Free Beacon recently revealed that the National Park Service had authorized nearly $150,000 in grant money in 2016 to an Alaska-based non-profit group to fund research into such things as Bigfoot, sea monsters, unexplained lights in the sky and other paranormal activities.

To read more, click here. 

14 comments:

  1. AHHHH HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. What a waste of money

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    1. What your dad said when he wrote out the child support check to your mom!

      AHHHH HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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    1. They can always produce the "stories" as evidence - you know the same stories the "witnesses" have been touting for years and years and years - shame it doesn`t get any better than that - not at all.

      (chortle chortle chuckle snicker ,snigger)

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    2. DS dreams of blue bags full of $$$$

      12:33 dreams of sprouting just one manly hair

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    1. Yeah, read more carefully. This blog entry is misleading. The grant is not to LOOK for bigfoot, but to study the cultural phenomenon of believers.

      From the article:

      "The stated objective of the project was to “document, in a serious and meaningful way, Bering Strait residents’ knowledge about, experiences with, and beliefs about supernatural phenomena. We think that this information is important to understanding how people relate to their environment and that there are culturally specific understandings of these phenomena which have not been previously documented.”

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