Prehistoric Beast Appears On Good Morning America - No, Not Charlie Gibson

Here at the Museum of SuperNatural History, we’re always pleased to see when monsters and mythic beasts cross-over into the main stream media and get treated with the respect and reverence befitting these cryptozoological wonders.
So one can only imagine the hullabaloo that erupted this morning in the Museum’s cafeteria when Good Morning America began broadcasting a feature on the Loch Ness Monster titled: “Loch Ness Obsession Lives On.”
(Note to interns: please rush a MuSuNaHi Tote Bag over to the segment producer at GMA.)
Suffice it to say, all eyes were affixed to the Philco as an adeptly produced and scholarly toned piece on The Loch Ness Monster gloriously unfolded on the telly. (Although - in the spirit of giving credit where credit is due - this isn’t the first time Good Morning America turned their lenses on a mysterious creature.)
The sea-monster worthy story was replete with an appearance by the well-respected MIT professor Robert Rines, who first encountered ’Nessie during a Scottish Tea Party back in 1972. Rines has doggedly returned to the scene of the sighting every year for the last 37 years, intent on capturing physical and/or photographic evidence Loch’s legendary denizen.
Rines is convinced that whatever is in the Loch “...is probably a progenitor of something that should have been dead 65 million years ago.” For those who would pooh-pooh the professors prehistoric premise, we would just like to remind them of the Coelacanth - dubbed “the living fossil” - this extraordinary creature was believed to have gone extinct at the time of the dinosaur, until a living specimen was inexplicably rediscovered in 1938.
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Popular Snuggie Mutant-Robe Upstaged By Screaming Demon-Baby Blankie

Here at the MuSuNaHi it’s something of an understatement to say “we’ve seen it all...”
Ancient sacred sites, mysterious islands, creepy currency, and cryptids of all shapes and sizes.
And yet we were still profoundly taken aback by the global phenomenon that is the Snuggie - a bizarre, hybrid blanket-with-sleeves domestic-tarp, not to be confused of course, with the Slanket.
In the last few months, this Druid-esque contraption has - with an almost insidious ease and viral momentum - captured the congested hearts and apparently-brain-washed-minds of millions of now cozy, cloaked, confused citizens.
So as not to be outdone, the Museum’s R&D department has quickly and ingeniously churned out the MuSuNaHi Screaming-Demon Baby Blankie.
Designed for the doting parent who knows that their bouncing bundle of kinetic energy is capable of hurling a litany of Latin expletives while simultaneously projectile barfing, this 100% cotton blanket is perfect for swaddling even the most discerning-demon seed - and letting everyone know exactly what they’re dealing with.
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Bad News From Norway For Loch Ness Monster Doubters Who Say “No Way”

Our peak-caps are off to our colleagues at the Natural History Museum of Oslo University who have discovered a giant fossil of a pre-historic sea monster dubbed “Predator X.”
According to Joern Hurum, the museum’s associate professor of vertebrate paleontology, the creature’s bite was “...much more powerful than a T-Rex. With a skull that’s more than 10 feet long you’d expect a bite to be powerful, but this is off the scale.”
The general consensus is that the briney beast’s bite could easily crush a Hummer.
Predator X falls into the category of pliosaur, and at an estimated length of 50 feet long, it is easily the largest variety of pliosaur to date. It’s long been theorized that one of the greatest cryptozoological beasts - The Loch Ness Monster - is indeed, a pliosaur.
While know-it-alls and pointy-heads are quick to dismiss the possibility that such a creature still exists and inhabits Loch Ness, countless eyewitness sightings and filmed and video taped evidence continues to surface (no pun intended) regularly.
More significantly, regardless of where you might fall on the pro-or-con Loch Ness Monster scale, the discovery of this fossil continues to argue the case that the vast mysteries of this world remain to be revealed. Maybe nothing illustrates this point as much as this compilation of the strange and previously unknown specimens of living sea life which were washed ashore as a result of the cataclysmic tsunami caused by the Indian Ocean earthquake of 2004.
Interesting side note, although not normally considered a hot-bed for paranormal activity, Scandinavia recently made SuperNatural news with the riveting reports of a profoundly anit-social primate named Santino who was taking up arms against the zoo’s keepers and guests.
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Dinosaur Depiction Discovered On Dilapidated Cambodian Temple

The Ta Prohm Temple was completed in 1186, and stands in the middle of the remote jungles of Angkor, Cambodia by the Khmer civilization.
A recent expedition to the site revealed a startling discovery: carved into the walls of the temple appears to be the image of a Stegosaurus.
Naturally, the traditional scientific community has already begun to volley rationalizations and excuses for how the depiction of a living, breathing, previously-believed-to-be-extinct-for-more-than-155-million-years dinosaur wound up on the wall of a relatively modern structure.
But we contend that this recent discovery at Ta Prohm is just one more substantial example of art and literature that has often - directly and indirectly - alluded to humans and dinosaurs co-existing in the same eras. Some of the more famous are the Palestrina Mosaic, and the Anasazi Petroglyphs.
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Chimpanzees Capable Of Premeditation; Uhm... Anyone Else See Where This Is Headed?

Every morning, Santino, an apparently aptly-named 31-year old chimpanzee, methodically collects rocks and literally stock-piles them in anticipation of visitors arriving at the Stockholm zoo. And when said visitors do arrive, Santino begins angrily hurling the stones at the unsuspecting gawkers.
This seemingly unprecedented complex anti-social behavior confirmed researchers suspicions that - just like humans - apes are capable of preparing for future.
A future that - if the chimps get their way - will probably look a lot like this.
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Money Doesn’t Just Talk, It Apparently Speaks Latin And Is Conspiring To Rule The World

For those of you who might assume that by virtue of the fact that it’s referred to as “The Federal Reserve,” The Federal Reserve might actually be a part of and beholden to The United States Government, we’d just like to point out that Federal Express happens to be run out of Memphis, not the Pentagon, and that The International House of Pancakes wasn’t granted a charter from The League of Nations.
So what exactly is The Federal Reserve?
We’ve been looking into that mystery for years.
Specifically, all the way back to 1913 when the Federal Reserve Act created the Federal Reserve Bank, and consequently, created a legal corporate entity empowered to do technically-illegal things.
For instance?
Well, whereas the United States Constitution plainly states - in Article 1, Section 8 - that Congress shall have the sole power to coin money and regulate the value thereof, the Federal Reserve Act delegated that enormous, fate-of-the-free-world responsibility to a privately owned corporation whose own self-serving interest is effectively the printing and loaning of debt-based, fiat money backed not by gold or some other commodity, but merely by the creepy-charm of The Conspirators who had secretly gathered at the famously exclusive Jekyll Island Club, located on a private island off the coast of Georgia, to conceive and create said-nefarious corporate entity.
Incidentally, have you ever taken a good look at the money these guys print? It’s filled with phrases and symbols that conjure up a vast, devious “New World Order” type conspiracy.
Seriously, that’s what it says right on the one-dollar bill: “Novus Ordo Seclorum” - which translates, literally into “New World Order.”
Oh sure, it sounds all crazy and conspiratorial, that is; until someone like the Vice-Chairman of The Federal Reserve is summoned before Congress in the late winter of 2009, and his response to the question: “What are you doing with the $150 Billion Dollars of US Taxpayer money we’ve given you to bailout troubled insurer AIG?” is basically met with the response: “Who wants to know?”
Pretty bold.
But then, the theories have always persisted that The Federal Reserve was conceived and backed not merely just by a rogue’s gallery of the world’s most powerful handle bar-mustachioed ne’er-do-wells, but by the most dreaded-and-feared secret society of all: The Illuminati.
And those guys are historically famous for not fooling around.
“But how can a privately-owned corporation possibly control the currency of the world’s largest democracy and most powerful nation...” you ask?
Interestingly enough, that question was raised by Congressman Louis T. McFadden, who - in 1933 - brought formal charges against the Board of Governors of The Federal Reserve. His colleagues in Congress referred his motion to the Judiciary Committee, which more than 70 years later, has yet to begin a formal inquiry. This dilly-dallying would have no doubt frustrated McFadden, had he not died of poisoning two years later.
It took exactly 60 years for none other than President John F. Kennedy himself to address the issue. Kennedy, who was outspoken against secret societies, proceeded to sign into law on June 4th, 1963 Executive Order 11101 - which sought to strip the Federal Reserve of its power to loan money to the US Government at interest.
Unfortunately, we all know how that turned out.
Incidentally, with tax season upon us, it is not irrelevant to point out that when filing one’s federal taxes on April 15th, it is customary that the check be made out to not to The United States Government, but to The US Treasury, which then forks it over to The Federal Reserve.
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NASA Launches Kepler, Abrams Relaunches Enterprise; Coincidence? We Don’t Think So

The edict is simple: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before.
And while that is coincidentally the elevator pitch for J.J. Abram’s soon-to-be released Star Trek summer movie franchise, it’s also the modus operandi of NASA’s new Kepler Space Telescope.
(By the way, here at the MuSuNaHi, we still get chills when we hear the voice of Bill Shatner speaking over the opening chords of the theme music of the original Star Trek series.)
Named after 17th century German astronomer, astrologer and mathematician Johannes Kepler, who is best known for his eponymous laws of planetary motion, (although we’re fans of his first and more ominously titled work “Mysterium Cosmographicum”) the Kepler spacecraft is set to orbit the Sun in search of Earth-like planets.
Interestingly enough, while the last few weeks has brought a torrent of articles conjecturing the probable existence of literally billions of Earth-like planets in our galaxy alone, the actual existence of a planet outside of our own solar system wasn’t confirmed until 1995.
Now, with the possibility of some sort of world-ending calamity taking place on-or-around December 21st, 2012, and the fact that just last week, another Tunguska-sized asteroid buzzed the Earth, locating an inhabitable planet we can relocate to might turn out to be less a scientific luxury, and more a civilization-preserving necessity.
In the meantime, we can’t wait to “boldly go” see Abrams ’ refurbished Enterprise.
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When It Comes To Mysterious Islands, That B-List Atoll On LOST Can’t Hold A Candle To This Place

Easter Island, one of the most spectacular SuperNatural Sites in the world, was discovered (or more accurately, first encountered) by the Dutch Explorer Jacob Roggeveen on Easter Sunday, 1722.
The most isolated, inhabited island in the world, Easter Island is best known for its monumental statues called Moai - created by the Rapanui people - which have captured the imagination of archaeologists, explorers, and laymen alike.
And so, with the Easter holiday season rapidly approaching, and our own imaginations preoccupied with visions of spring-break frivolity, we thought the timing perfect to share this spectacular Panoramic photography of Easter Island that was recently acquired by the MuSuNaHi.
This comprehensive camera-work provides a profound perspective on the Moai; the strange, ever-staring statues that stand with their backs to the ocean, gazing inland over their island home.
The tallest Moai, knows as Paro, stood 10 meters (33ft) and weighed 75 tons; the heaviest was a much squatter specimen that tips the scales at a staggering 86 tons.
Of course, the most ambitious Moai is an unfinished statue that, when completed, would have stood 21 meters (69ft) and weighed an almost inconceivable 270 tons.
That’s well over half of a million pounds.
How these mesmerizing monoliths were built, moved, and erected remain one of the many mysteries that continue to keep the staff here at the MuSuNaHi up nights.
It’s a conundrum almost as mind-boggling as why the ensemble cast of LOST continues to trust Benjamin Linus.
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Yet Even More Yeti Evidence; Expert Enquires: Who Fakes Footprints At 19,000 Feet?

Respected and revered wildlife expert Sir David Attenborough - who happens to be an actual Knight - went on record stating that he is still “baffled by the Abominable Snowman,” and emphasized that “very convincing footprints have been found at 19,000 feet.”
Just to put it into perspective, 19,000 feet is roughly the altitude which mountaineers refer ominously and appropriately to as “The Death Zone” - since the amount of oxygen in the air can no longer sustain human life.
Attenborough’s implication is that it is highly unlikely that anyone would have the means or the wherewithal to attempt to perpetrate a hoax at such dizzying Himalayan-heights.
In addition to all of the compelling footprints that have been filmed and photographed over the years is another profound piece of evidence - hair samples discovered in the summer of 2008 near the Indian-Bangladeshi border.
To date, tests performed on the thick, wiry hairs have determined that they do not belong to any of the indigenous creatures known to inhabit these cryptozoological climes.
Fun facts: the term “Yeti” is derived from the Tibetan language and means “rock bear.” While the first authoritative description of the creature was made in 1889 by the British explorer Major L A Waddel, it wasn’t until 1921 - during a Royal Geographical Society Everest expedition that found footprints made by “a wild man of the snows” at 21,000 feet - that the term “Abominable Snowman” was dubbed.
Likewise, over the years, a variety of luminaries have also argued for the existence of the Abominable Snowman. Sir Edmund Hillary, the first man to summit Everest, led an expedition to find the Yeti in 1962, and famed Hollywood-everyman Jimmy Stewart has long been rumored to have smuggled remains of the creature out of India in what has become known as the Pangboche Yeti hand incident of 1959.
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