Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 14th, 2009
Bigfoot being lifted into place by Eric Russell (arm shown) and Andy Cash. Video grab by WCSH-TV/Tim Goff, Multimedia Journalist.
Quotes of the day:
Typically I am known as a Bigfoot whisperer, but it is not confirmed [smiling/laughing].
It is a big task, but it is definitely is helping him out.
Feejee Mermaid. Bigfoot prints. So much stuff, I mean, hair samples from Sasquatch.
I would be hard pressed to say that all of the stuff that he has for the museum will fit in there.
crew chief of the movers and
number one museum docent
Loren Coleman of the International Cryptozoology Museum packs up artifacts to be moved from his home to 661 Congress St. in Portland. At rear are volunteers Jeff and Jessica Meuse of South Portland, who are helping Coleman with his move. Photo: Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Portland Press Herald Staff Photographer
We moved about 40,000 books I think that first move, so that one was definitely a lot tougher. That took a long time. This one actually was awkward, but easier to move.
He definitely is an interesting character, both Bigfoot and Mr. Coleman.
It is definitely something to consider and think about because there is a lot of space on this Earth that has been uncharted and we just don’t know.
one of the hired hands
helping with the move
From Tim Goff’s article, Bigfoot Sighted In Downtown Portland, WCSH, Channel 6, NBC News, Portland, Maine, October 13, 2009.
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