Monday, June 25, 2007

Depression Or Monster Consumes Cryptozoologist

PORTLAND, Maine (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Monsters can eat people up sometimes – with depression.

That’s the monstrous mystery behind a missing cryptozoologist named Dennis Hall, who had been hunting for Lake Champlain’s famous lake monster, “Champ,” before vanishing last December.

His cryptozoologist colleague Loren Coleman, author of Mysterious America (Preview Pocket Books) says the monster his pal was searching for looks like a giant seal and could’ve defeated Hall mentally or physically.

Says Coleman: “Hundreds of researchers are speculating about whether Champ has eaten Dennis or whether Dennis is burnt out from looking for the lake monster.”

Because sometimes the real dangerous critters are lingering in a monster hunter’s mind.

Coleman says, “There’s always the possibility people get frustrated looking for monsters and go into depression. He could have committed suicide or become a hermit as a result.”

Or has Hall had too much interaction with the creature?

As Coleman puts it, “There are reports of a Bigfoot curse, where people who see him a lot disappear, and Dennis has seen Champ at least 19 times.”

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