Meet Nancy Hoggert. Nancy says she's been in an intimate relationship with Bigfoot since 2008, and they are trying to start a family. Of course she is.
"He is so sweet and caring…he brings me flowers and mushrooms. Holds me while we stargaze. The only downside is that he don't speak English. I have taught him how to say my name, but it's kind of garbled and he mispronounces it…'Nunnnsay'"
"Once I'm pregnant, Bigfoot, or John as I call him, and I are going to settle down and live a quiet domesticated life in my house. He loves living in the forest, but I'm sick of the long-distance relationship. I have to commute for three hours to be with my man. It's getting old and gas is expensive."
She's also going to legally change her last name to Nancy Bigfoot. Will she reveal him to the public? "Nah, Government scientists will just take and dissect him or try to turn him into a solider to fight ISIS or something. You know how the government is."
She did say she will sell pictures and samples of Bigfoot's fur through a website she plans to set up. Oh…ok. You should probably read the full story INCLUDING GRAPHIC DETAILS KINDA NSFW HERE.
National Park Officials at the Everglades National Park captured this python along a wildlife watching trail. Guys, it's 18ft 3in and weighs 133 pounds.... it could eat a deer. By the way, the largest python ever caught Florida is 18ft 8in. No thanks.
Meet Heather Tenney. Her house was damaged by a fire said she believes her "cousin" set the fire intentionally. Ok... how do you know this, Heather? Well because she admitted to the reporter: "he can't get with" her. Wait... what??
Yea, she believes she knows who was behind the blaze. "It was cause of my cousin and I don't want to mention no names," she told the local news. "He is mad because he can't get with me. I am married to my husband."
Her husband, Dennis Tenney said a conflict with a wife's relative had escalated via text messages Wednesday evening. He did not say whether it was his wife's cousin, but the relative had asked to come over and Tenney told them, "No." They then saw an unidentified man walking in front of their house around midnight.