Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 27th, 2010
Sports radio personality Peter Burns commented over the weekend that his name was extremely difficult to live with, as he grew up. (Use your imagination.) Funny, because I never thought of how it must have been for Peter Byrne. I guess the name game could be played with his name too, but most have not gone there.
However, I’ve always figured one of the most unfortunate names to have in the Bigfoot field is Cliff Crook (shown below).
Of course, I would hate to be a newbie to Bigfoot research, about 14 years old, and be burdened with being born with the name Thomas Biscardi. That might be a real disability to being taken seriously. The name, of course, rhymes with “discard -y.”
Bigfoot hunter Tom Biscardi holds a photo of what he claims to be the mouth and teeth of a deceased Bigfoot during a news conference Friday, Aug. 15, 2008, in Palo Alto, Calif. (Photo: Ben Margot)
What do you think? What name game do you find being played in the Bigfoot field? What moniker do you consider would be the most difficult to possess, and then be taken seriously in your study of cryptids?