Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Top 5 Incredible Stories From Mulder's World [3-15-2017]

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Here are some fascinating stories from MuldersWorld.com, the front page of the strange and unexplained:
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12 comments:

  1. McCooey’s Mysterious Australian Apes

    http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2017/03/mccooeys-mysterious-australian-apes/

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    Henry James McCooey witnessed the creature near Australia's Batemans Bay in 1882.

    http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/news/275678/19th-century-yowie-encounter-revealed

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    Batemans Bay yowie sighting an Australian first

    http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2014/12/09/4145054.htm

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    1. That has nothing to do with Dogman Evidence.

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    2. "I have a Masters degree when it comes to knowing about "Batemans Bay" if you catch my drift"......lktomi

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    3. Thanks for the links - I like a good convincing dogman story and it is good to have a decent reliable source for once.

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    4. MGTOW,,that swallowed the red pill!,,,,,,,WHO AM I ??

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    5. You are ASS Collins with a mouth missing all its teeth.

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    6. ^ cork it Joe Fitsgerald.

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    7. Joe fits Gerald with his "cork" exceedingly well - he`s known as Mr Kipling for his exceedingly good fit.

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  2. Can you please stop anon messages on this site so we can see which looser makes the idiotic comments, I wouldn't be suprised if their all from the one dickhead!

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  3. 400,000-Year-Old Skull May Be From A New Hominin Species

    http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2017/03/400000-year-old-skull-may-be-from-a-new-hominin-species/

    The Aroeira cranium is the oldest human fossil ever found in Portugal and shares some features with other fossils from this same time period in Spain, France and Italy. The Aroeria cranium increases the anatomical diversity in the human fossil record from this time period, suggesting different populations showed somewhat different combinations of features.

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    1. Nonsense, they didnt have skulls 400000 years ago.

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