A couple of Ranger Smiths have surely earned their pay by fining a man leading a Bigfoot expedition on Federal land, citing him for not having the proper permit. They then admitted “It’s highly unlikely that he would have gotten a permit if he applied for one. It’s not normal practice to issue them for expeditions to find Bigfoot."
A local man says he came face-to-face with Bigfoot. He said he's getting ready to spot the creature again using balloons.A Grass Valley miner used to camp for up to five months every year -- just him and his tent, until one night he saw a creature so mysterious he doesn't rest so easy outdoors anymore.
[T]wo years ago, performance artist Jonathan Doyle paraded around the bustling peak of New Hampshire’s Mount Monadnock in a $40 Bigfoot costume from iParty. When Doyle returned with friends to shoot a sequel, the park manger quashed the production and ordered Doyle off the mountain, insisting he needed a state permit to film a movie in the park. Bigfoot stepped up with a lawsuit, alleging that the park’s permit regulations are unconstitutional. The New Hampshire Supreme Court next month will hear Doyle’s complaint.
The Federal Aviation Administration is looking into a report by an Alitalia pilot who said he saw a "small, unmanned or remote-controlled aircraft" on final approach to New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport.
The mother of a boy killed by a car as he lay handcuffed on a road wants the police who arrested him to feel the terror of her son's final moments. Bornen was handcuffed and lying face down on a busy road when an oncoming car struck and killed him.