Thursday, June 11, 2009


Aussie Monster Hunter Won’t Be Fooled Again

CANBERRA, Australia (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – One Australian monster hunter refuses to be the target of hoaxers ever again.

Cryptonaturalist Tim the Yowie Man – so-named after spotting an Australian Bigfoot, the Yowie, near his home in 1994 – says being a monster hunter comes with its share of haters.

One time he thought he’d finally found the Tasmanian Tiger in a dark, remote area, but the creature turned out to be a greyhound dog with stripes painted on its back planted by malicious hoaxers.

Tim says, “The best moment of my life became the worst.”

He’ll be in California June 13-25 in search of the state’s most mysterious beasts like Bigfoot, Tahoe Tessie – Lake Tahoe’s own version of the Loch Ness Monster – and the Billiwhack Monster – a half-man/half-goat – and this time, hoaxers won’t fool him.

He’s keeping his research whereabouts in California top secret so pranksters don’t lurk and hopes to come forth with legit evidence of stateside monsters.

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