‘Bigfoot Juice’

Bug Spray Said To Attract Bigfoot


A North Carolina woman claims that her homemade bug spray has a remarkable side effect: it attracts Bigfoot!

Allie Megan Webb says that she initially created the concoction, dubbed ‘Bigfoot Juice,’ to help her husband fend off mosquitoes during expeditions in search of the legendary cryptid.

After a few times using the spray, he asked her to tweak the recipe because it smelled too feminine for him and so she switched some of the ingredients to develop a more ‘outdoorsy’ scent.

And, as luck would have it, his Bigfoot research group happened to spot the creature the first time he wore the newly-developed bug spray.

This has led Webb to conclude that there must be something about her mix of fragrances which catches the attention of the creature.

“To attract a Bigfoot, you need a smell that is woodsy enough to keep from scaring him off,” she explained to the Charlotte Observer, “but slightly different enough to make him curious, and come to investigate.”

She also theorizes that the spray masks human odors, which allows researchers combing the woods for signs of the cryptid to hide their presence in the wilderness.

As one might expect, Webb is now selling bottles of bug spray for a mere $7 for aspiring Bigfoot hunters who may wish to give the alleged cryptid-attracting smell a test.

Should the ‘Bigfoot juice’ prove successful, Webb advises users to make sure they take a picture of the creature when it shows up and starts sniffing around the area.

For their sake, let’s just hope that the spray doesn’t serve as an aphrodisiac for Bigfoot or else their hunt for the creature could take a rather terrifying turn.


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Exorcist Says ‘The End’ is Near

Exorcist Says 'The End' is Near

An exorcist in Italy is raising eyebrows due to a number of worrisome statements in which he mused that the world is coming to an end.

A frequent speaker on the nature of evil and the devil, Don Antonio Mattatelli recently responded to inquiries about an earthquake which rocked his home country as well as the powerful hurricanes which hit the United States.

In an interview with an Italian radio program, the exorcist did not mince words, musing that “all natural disasters, such as hurricanes and earthquakes, demonstrate that the end of the world is coming.”

Although such events have taken place in the past, Mattatelli pointed to the ‘power and persistence’ of nature disasters in modern times as an indication that the proverbial end is near.

Fortunately, he assured concerned listeners, “it will not be the end of the world, in general, but of this world, yes.”

As to what the ‘next world’ may be, Mattatelli did not say, but did share an unsettling analysis of North Korea’s leader which could spell trouble in the future.

“Behind Kim Jong-Un is surely Satan,” he declared, “in North Korea all are forbidden religion and there is only the idolatry of the leader who has replaced God.”

But things may not be quite that dire as he indicated that some kind of ‘remote exorcism’ could be held to unbind the unhinged dictator from the spell of Satan.

Whether Mattatelli will be the man to perform what sounds like a rather elaborate and challenging endeavor remains to be seen, but if we suddenly see a change in attitude from the North Korean leader, perhaps we’ll know why.

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King of the Conspiracy Theorists Jim Marrs Moves on to the Big Racket in the Sky


Jim Marrs (December 5, 1943 – August 2, 2017) was an American newspaper journalist and New York Times best-selling writer of books and articles on a wide range of alleged cover-ups and conspiracies. Marrs was a prominent figure in the JFK conspiracy press and his book Crossfire was a source for Oliver Stone’s film JFK. He wrote books asserting the existence of government conspiracies regarding aliens, 9/11, telepathy, and secret societies. He was once a news reporter in the Dallas–Fort Worth–Arlington metroplex and taught a class on the assassination of John F. Kennedy at University of Texas at Arlington for 30 years. Marrs was a member of the Scholars for 9/11 Truth.

According to Stephen E. Ambrose (in an essay generally critical of conspiracy theorists) Marrs wrote in Crossfire that motives for the murder of Kennedy were “Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy’s attack on organized crime (Mafia motive); President Kennedy’s failure to support the Cuban exiles at the Bay of Pigs Invasion (Cuban and C.I.A. motive); the 1963 Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty (military–industrial complex, or M.I.C. motive); Kennedy’s plan to withdraw from Vietnam before the end of 1965 (Joint Chiefs of Staff and M.I.C. motive); Kennedy’s talk about taking away the oil-depletion allowance (Texas oil men motive); Kennedy’s monetary policies (international bankers motive); Kennedy’s decision to drop Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson from the ticket in 1964 (L.B.J. motive) and Kennedy’s active civil rights policy (Texas racist billionaires motive).”


In May 1997, Marrs’ investigation of UFOs, Alien Agenda, was published by HarperCollins Publishers. The paperback edition was released in mid-1998. It has been translated into several foreign languages and become the top-selling UFO book in the world. Publishers Weekly said:
Marrs shows little discrimination, overemphasizing dubious phenonmena like remote viewing and crop circles, and giving nearly equal weight to ludicrous pretenders like Billy Meier (who claimed close encounter with Pleiadians) and sophisticated commentators like Jaques Vallee. Marrs even devotes a chapter to theories that the moon may be a UFO, and he refuses to rule out obvious frauds like the alien autopsy tapes. But if rigorous analysis escapes Marrs, little else does; this is the most entertaining and complete overview of flying saucers and their crew in years.


Jim Marrs is the perfect example of somebody who makes a good living passing off fiction as non-fiction. This guy promoted every conceivable and ludicrous conspiracy theory out there.  His whole life’s work was a lie, and it didn’t seem to bother him one bit.

I believe Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. If you want to be persuaded read “Case Closed” by Gerald Posner.


Woman Marries Cow She Believes Is Her Reincarnated Husband

Cambodian woman marries calf she believes to be reincarnation of her husband

She claims that the calf behaves exactly like her husband and her children also agree.


Love for animals is an important sentiment prevalent among several people across the world, but some people seem to take things to a new level. While bovines have been getting a lot of attention from people in India, a woman in Cambodia is leaving everyone behind with her affection for a calf.
74-year-old Khim Hang has married a calf who she believes to be a reincarnation of her deceased husband Tol Khut. The heartbroken lady who lost her husband a year back said that her husband’s soul came to her followed by the calf licking her hair, neck and then kissing her which was enough to convince Khim Hang that it’s her husband. Khim Hang says that the five-month-old calf does everything including going upstairs in the house just like her husband did.
Her children are also convinced that the calf is their father from his behaviour with relatives and Khim Hang’s grandchildren.The family tucks the calf in bed and it sleeps with Tol Khut’s favourite pillow as Khim Hang has vowed to care for it till her death and asked her children to care for the calf after her death. People from all over the country have been flocking to their house to see how the calf stays with the family.