Friday, February 28, 2014

Fossilized Fairy

Tóbal brings us a fossilized fairy specimen.  Yet more evidence that so-called "science" is hiding the true history of the world.

1 comment:

CoastConFan said...

Cryptozoological props are fun, especially since it allow for some “what if” creatures from literature in the timeline. For you RPG players a nice prop for your game is a good starter for an adventure. It’s 1927 and Prof Zacharias Kerpunknik sends you a sample of his latest controversial find, just before he himself disappears. Is it Soviet agents trying to keep people out of a secret site in remote areas in Kazakhstan or treasure seekers or just plain hill bandits – you decide. It could be a whole lot worse if it is a combination of the above along with an ancient horror awoken. Visit beautiful Tashkent and other spots via the Trans-Aral Railway and see new places, meet new friends. We’ll leave the lamp on for you … Also watch the movie Horror Express (1972) about just a nice train trip with a fossil. Any bad 70s horror movie with Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee and Telly Savalas as a cut rate Yul Brynner can’t be all bad.

This just proves that console gaming is prehistoric:

Of course the Cardiff Giant hoax remains one of my favorite gaffs, because of the P.T. Barnum association. Making a fake of a fake is just priceless classic Barnum ballyhoo.

List of top ten fossil fakes: