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The Buffalo NewsMary Ann Roller is unabashed in describing the 7-foot creature she saw one morning in the woods behind her Chautauqua County home. "I know what I saw," said Roller, a nurse who lives not far from the Pennsylvania border in Ashville. "I never believed in...
The Arizona Daily Star, TucsonYou don't need to be Bigfoot to eat at The Lodge Sasquatch Kitchen. But it helps. Entrees arrive on platters. Burgers -- including one with two grilled cheese sandwiches in lieu of a bun -- teeter so high that you practically need unhinging jaws....
Full disclosure: I am no Bigfoot junkie. In fact, before strapping my mom, my 3-year-old and myself in the car and traveling north on U.S. 101 to Arcata, Calif., then swinging east on California 299 to the blink-and-you'll-miss-it town of Willow Creek,...
Tags: Travel, Rivers, Trips and Vacations, Bodies of Water
Web ReporterThe Pacific Northwest region is said to be the home for the ape-like creatures commonly referred to as Sasquatch. The latest exhibit at the Washington State History Museum explores the Sasquatch mystery, examining how scientists attempt to explain and...
Tags: History, Arts and Culture
Show TrackerClick here to download TV listings for the week of Nov. 1 - 7 in PDF format This week's TV Movies SPOKESWOMAN: A new edition of 'The E! True Hollywood Story' profiles actress-author Valerie Bertinelli (10 p.m. E!) SERIES Mercy:......
Remember Robert Bly's bestselling 1990 book "Iron John: A Book About Men"? It was the manifesto for a movement -- a call for men to get back in touch with their primal selves. Go out in the woods, strip off your shirt, bang on a drum and howl at the moon....
Lindsey Wright, the LPGA's poster child for a Sudafed-and-Gatorade diet, figures: Why not? Why can't someone who's never won on tour break through at one of the LPGA's biggest events? Why does it have to be an Ochoa or a Kerr or someone practiced at...
The SwampWelcome to Doubletake, your daily morning mash-up from Tribune correspondents Jim Oliphant and Jim Tankersley. Part of a balanced breakfast. Jim Oliphant: So this morning let's talk about the coming letdown Jim Tankersley: I'm too tired to make a joke.......
Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning I'm not Amanda. Get over it. The great, punctual one -- fan of Kansas basketball, men's tennis, James Blake, baker of cookies, owner of the neatest desk in the newsroom, a woman who thinks Joe Crede and...
Tags: Gavin Floyd, Joe Crede, Seattle Mariners, Luc Longley, Sports
The Hartford CourantThe Webbys are coming. The fifth annual Webby Awards, given to the best sites on the Web, are scheduled to be announced July 18. These awards, which organizers like to describe as the "Oscars of the Internet," are delivered at a far-out awards...
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