Saturday, March 31, 2012

The Giant Tree Worm?

While taking a stroll down the Galloway Trail we were able to capture this odd sight. At about 40 yards from the trail we saw what appeared to be a huge black segmented worm crawling up one of the trees. Unfortunately, this was not a new cryptid. On closer inspection it proved to be a large length of corrugated drainage pipe hanging from a tree. Still, a mystery remains: how did it get there? Again, we are ready to blame the elusive Skunk Ape, a creature whose presence in this region has been well-documented! - found by S.C.

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Return of the Electrical Monsters

We previously have shown you how our good city is alerting its citizens to the dangers of electrical monsters. We now present to you the new warning being posted around our city: Electrical monsters are now hiding in boxes, ready to pounce out and surprise the unwary! - found near Park Central Square

Friday, March 23, 2012

Aliens behind the Landers!

Here's intriguing evidence that aliens from other worlds have visited the alley behind the Landers Theater in Springfield! These pictographs were found on metal objects in the alley. Is the 'Landers' a 'Landing Pad'? - found by S.C.

Big Cats Downtown

Throughout Europe and North America one sometimes hears reports of sightings of black panthers and other big cats. Well, here's two examples found in downtown Springfield Missouri - found near Jefferson and Water and near the Discovery Center

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

The Fellows Lake Monster?

Springfield Missouri's largest source of drinking water is Fellows lake. The photograph below represents, what we believe to be, the first appearance of the Fellows Lake Monster. Of course, it might be just an old tire floating in the lake. Please don't throw trash in the lake. The people of Springfield and the Fellows Lake Monster will be better off if you don't! - found by E.C.

Mystery Citrus

Here's an odd anomaly found outside a local restaurant near the Galloway Trail greenway. A tiny orange has mysteriously appeared under the wiper of someone's windshield. Could this be the work of the elusive Skunk Ape? Perhaps he likes citrus? What does the diet of the Skunk Ape consist of, anyway? - found near Battlefield and Lone Pine, Spfld MO, by E. C.

Monday, March 19, 2012

Electrical Monsters!

A sign posted in a local park - proof that dangerous electrical monsters do exist!
Found by S.C.