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Flatwoods monster

Postby Blackbadge » Sat Sep 07, 2013 9:21 am

The flatwoods monster needs to be examined.
Frank Feschino would be a great guest, his book is very interesting.

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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby octopus1 » Sun Sep 08, 2013 4:49 pm

Blackbadge wrote:The flatwoods monster needs to be examined.
Frank Feschino would be a great guest, his book is very interesting.


Interesting, and non-existent ;)
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Re: Flatwoods monster

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Re: Flatwoods monster

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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby octopus1 » Sun Sep 08, 2013 10:34 pm

kennyc wrote:Image


Ah-yup! :lol:

This is an image of the flatwoods monster (Not a photo, of course...)

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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby TheUltimateBlitz1 » Mon Sep 09, 2013 10:32 pm

Yeah its like 40% of cryptozoology

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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby kennyc » Mon Sep 09, 2013 10:34 pm

TheUltimateBlitz1 wrote:Yeah its like 40% of cryptozoology


Don't you mean 100% kraptozoology?
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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby octopus1 » Mon Sep 09, 2013 10:41 pm

kennyc wrote:
TheUltimateBlitz1 wrote:Yeah its like 40% of cryptozoology


Don't you mean 100% kraptozoology?


I'm convinced that this has Owl written all over it. Same with the "Mothman" thing.

I've got no evidence of it, so it's not concrete or certain, but - I mean for christ's sake, OWL! :lol:

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They look all creepy to be getting on with. I'll bet they're easily mistaken for something else, and scarier when the lights are off... Say, in woodlands?

(And they're just close enough to those bothersome grayish alien things to keep me away! :lol:)
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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby kennyc » Mon Sep 09, 2013 10:43 pm

Works for me given no other scientific evidence...
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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby octopus1 » Mon Sep 09, 2013 10:51 pm

kennyc wrote:Works for me given no other scientific evidence...


The "heart shaped hood" that it was supposed to have had. Did the owl up there (Don't make me repost it, I'm scared enough as it is! :lol:), not have a "heart shaped" facial...thing? Carapace it might be called.

It looks almost stereotypically heart-like!

I totally appreciate that people are frightened by this "monster", as much as anyone else would be by an unexplained Owl.

Once it is explained, though, it stops being a "monster" and, well, starts being an Owl! :-D
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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby Kaepora Gaebora » Mon Sep 09, 2013 11:17 pm

octopus1 wrote:
kennyc wrote:Works for me given no other scientific evidence...


The "heart shaped hood" that it was supposed to have had. Did the owl up there (Don't make me repost it, I'm scared enough as it is! :lol:), not have a "heart shaped" facial...thing? Carapace it might be called.

It looks almost stereotypically heart-like!

I totally appreciate that people are frightened by this "monster", as much as anyone else would be by an unexplained Owl.

Once it is explained, though, it stops being a "monster" and, well, starts being an Owl! :-D


Owls are definitely not frightening. Exhibit A: Me. :)

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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby octopus1 » Mon Sep 09, 2013 11:23 pm

Kaepora Gaebora wrote:
octopus1 wrote:
kennyc wrote:Works for me given no other scientific evidence...


The "heart shaped hood" that it was supposed to have had. Did the owl up there (Don't make me repost it, I'm scared enough as it is! :lol:), not have a "heart shaped" facial...thing? Carapace it might be called.

It looks almost stereotypically heart-like!

I totally appreciate that people are frightened by this "monster", as much as anyone else would be by an unexplained Owl.

Once it is explained, though, it stops being a "monster" and, well, starts being an Owl! :-D


Owls are definitely not frightening. Exhibit A: Me. :)


Ah yes, exception noted :lol:

(Do this, many have, you'll have to find them for yourself though, because I don't know where they are - http://vocaroo.com/ - I wouldn't ask you if I didn't like you :lol:)
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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby ningen » Wed Sep 18, 2013 3:35 am

Owl can spell his name ("Wol") and the word "Tuesday" (so that you know it isn't Wednesday), but his spelling goes all to pieces over delicate words like measles and buttered toast. He can also read, although only if no-one is looking over his shoulder.

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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby octopus1 » Mon Sep 23, 2013 10:25 pm

ningen wrote:Owl can spell his name ("Wol") and the word "Tuesday" (so that you know it isn't Wednesday), but his spelling goes all to pieces over delicate words like measles and buttered toast. He can also read, although only if no-one is looking over his shoulder.

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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby kennyc » Mon Sep 23, 2013 10:34 pm

octopus1 wrote:
ningen wrote:Owl can spell his name ("Wol") and the word "Tuesday" (so that you know it isn't Wednesday), but his spelling goes all to pieces over delicate words like measles and buttered toast. He can also read, although only if no-one is looking over his shoulder.

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...When did bots start giving themselves signatures? :scratch:


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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby octopus1 » Mon Sep 23, 2013 10:38 pm

Owl can spell his name ("Wol") and the word "Tuesday" (so that you know it isn't Wednesday), but his spelling goes all to pieces over delicate words like measles and buttered toast. He can also read, although only if no-one is looking over his shoulder.

~ AA Milne, cryptozoologist extraordinaire.


Asimov's Loophole. Or "Babbage's Freaked-Out Baby Problem".

I shall accept the Nobel Prize in Domino's Pizza vouchers only... :lol:
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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby Gord » Tue Sep 24, 2013 8:36 am

octopus1 wrote:
ningen wrote:Owl can spell his name ("Wol") and the word "Tuesday" (so that you know it isn't Wednesday), but his spelling goes all to pieces over delicate words like measles and buttered toast. He can also read, although only if no-one is looking over his shoulder.

~ AA Milne, cryptozoologist extraordinaire.


...When did bots start giving themselves signatures? :scratch:

ningen's not a bot, ningen's a specialist poster.

(In this case, a specialist on posting a quote from Winnie the Pooh.)
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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby kennyc » Tue Sep 24, 2013 11:04 am

Oh, I thought you said speciest. :lol:
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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby ningen » Tue Sep 24, 2013 2:00 pm

kennyc wrote:Oh, I thought you said speciest. :lol:



Gesundheit.

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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby Gord » Tue Sep 24, 2013 11:50 pm

ningen wrote:
kennyc wrote:Oh, I thought you said speciest. :lol:

Gesundheit.

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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby scrmbldggs » Wed Sep 25, 2013 4:43 am

ningen wrote:
kennyc wrote:Oh, I thought you said speciest. :lol:



Gesundheit.

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Re: Flatwoods monster

Postby Daedalus » Wed Sep 25, 2013 5:36 am

Gord wrote:
ningen wrote:
kennyc wrote:Oh, I thought you said speciest. :lol:

Gesundheit.

See? No one who speaks German could be evil!


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