posted on Nov, 27 2006 @ 12:07 PM
Big Foot/Sasquatch/Yeti/etc.: Without a doubt.
. People, cameras, and all sorts of sensory equipment are studying that small body of water from every concievable angle, and the only
"evidence" I've ever seen are small ripples of water, and some air bubbles.
Chupa: The jury is still out on this one
,but one thing is for sure- Something very strange is going in South America and parts of Mexico.
Dragon: Others have already referred to this, but the dragon is nothing more than a creature manifested in the primitive pysche of man. It bears all
the traits of of the most frightening aspects of the animal kingdom. From scales to horns, and massive claws. The ability to breathe fire, and ambush
from above like a massive bird of prey. Ancient man would come across the remains of relics from prehistoric eras, and his imagination would run wild.
I also find it strange that once man began to develop technology, those creatures in the sky became UFOs. (How do you explain strange lights in the
sky to primitive man - FIRE!)
This myth began w/ Vlad the Impaler (a.k.a. Draccula), a Transylvannian Crussader who drank the blood of his Turkish Muslim enemies after
impaling thousands of them on massive stakes (Ironic how he was a Crusader Who drove a stake through his enemies, but folklore tells us just the
opposite). His story would later by romanticized over time in the Western world, spawning a disturbing subculture of people who wish they were
Wookies: If we could catch a bigfoot and domesticate it, would that be considered a wookie? If so then I guess I do believe they could exist
-Sorry for not replying with a simple yes/no - Great thread!