Not to have a huge fangirl spaz attack, but OOOOOMMMMGGG! It’s almost here! 😱👽😱
Keen-eyed FOB (Friend of the Blog) Kevin Pendergraft took this photo today (Sunday, 12/20/15) at Lake Granbury.
Is it a weirdly shaped tree stump or the legendary Lake Granbury known as “One Eye”? (Click here to read an article by monster hunter Nick Redfern on the legend.)
Although I’m 90% sure it’s just a stump, I really, really want this to be a monster. It would be a Christmas miracle!
Photo credit: Kevin Pendergraft. And possibly Santa.
This edition of Sea Monster Monday Wednesday is brought to you by Procrastination.
My friends Bill and Bob Clark, from the excellent blog SF Sea Serpent, recently sent me this fascinating email from one of their readers about a sea monster sighting from 2009. It’s very detailed and – if true – seems to indicate that Frannie (the sea monster seen in the San Francisco Bay since before 1875) is HUGE.
Bill and Bob, I think you’re gonna need a bigger boat…
From: Chris Acosta
Sent: Aug 16, 2015 11:47 AM
Subject: Strange sighting
In a giant twofer for paranormal fans, a pair of mysterious identical disks were caught on film hovering over Loch Ness. British tourists took pictures of the lake while on vacation in April and only recently looked at the photos. They were startled to notice what appears to be a matched pair of golden disks floating about 900 feet above the surface of the water.
Loch Ness – check. UFOs – check. If Bigfoot was there, it would be a paranormal hat trick. Of AWESOME.
Swamp gas, obvs! Shiny metallic swamp gas…. that travels in pairs. Yeah, that’s the ticket.
If you’d like to monitor the Loch for further UFO activity – or you know, just run-of-the-mill sea monster sighthings – click here for the NessieCam. And tell Nessie I said “Hey!” (She owes me money.)
Sorry to folks who posted hilarious things and did not see them get approved or get a reply until the past few days. WordPress – God love ’em – changed the Admin Tool and it somehow disconnected my ability to receive notices that someone was kind enough to read the blog and leave a post. Hopefully, that’s fixed now.
And thanks again for reading!
Harrison Ford (AKA Han Solo, Indiana Jones and – most importantly Rick Deckard from the best movie ever made: Blade Runner) was injured today in an airplane crash. This tragic turn of events means that the much-heralded sequel to Blade Runner (which I may or may not have titled Blade Runner 2: Deckard Visits Fort Worth in my head) is now in jeopardy.
Get better soon, Harrison. Blade Runner fetishists need you! Don’t judge.