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Friday, July 31, 2009

Our Moneky-Goblin on MonsterQuest?

I want to thank the commentors who brought to my attention the fact that the monkey-alien-goblin as on MonsterQuest. Unfortunately, I missed it having not turned my TV on in nearly a week, so I can't comment on that just yet. I hope they will rerun it soon so I can at least write up an over view with some ideas on it.

Did you see the show? What did you think of it? [Please answer in the comments!]

The comments made on this episode (located on the original post for this topic) made it seem like Monsterquest did a good job killing off the nay-sayers, suspicions and doubt. So I'm really interested to see why exactly this is.
Apparently DNA tests were inconclusive and the creature cannot be identified.

------------------------UPDATE---------------------------
OK, I found the episode on Youtube that everyone was talking about. It's called "Terror From the Sky." Here's part 1: just follow it through (there are 5 parts)


My Thoughts:
They didn't really go into the story of how/why the strange Metepec creature was captured. They didn't tell us anything about the rancher. They didn't go into the story about how the rancher (or someone around him) was supposedly burned alive in his car.

Who did the DNA testing? What's the name of the company? Did they allow another lab to also do DNA testing? If no, WHY NOT?

There was a round table scene (in part 4) where the pathologist snatches the creature from another researcher... and he isn't wearing gloves like all the others have been doing to handle the creature. He's contaminated it!

Nichols (was that his name?) is not a researcher. He is clearly treated this as a joke (with his balloons.) He is not even a skeptic. He is a debunker. Why have someone like that on the show? Does there always have to be a condescending debunker on the show? And I think his balloon cluster test failed miserably. To me it proved what he didn't want to prove, that these flying objects/enteties are not balloon clusters.

Also, I didn't realize just how tiny that creature was! I was expecting it to be atleast twice that size!

Where was Joshua P. Warren? Did he have a falling out with Maussan?

Is Jaime Maussan making money off of this creature? Was he paid to be on this show? Did he charge anyone money to see this creature?

3 comments:

  1. I saw the show and had to immediately write up a post about it. I was thinking the creature was (from the photos of it supposedly alive with translucent skin and big eyes) might be some kind of cave monkey. The flying humanoids, though...interesting stuff. I'm still studying it to come up with a theory, but it's pretty amazing footage and tons of it online too. They're reshowing that episode Saturday Aug 8 at 2 pm.

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  2. Thanks for the comment. I've never seen a cave monkey before. I'll have to look on Google Images.

    And yes, flying humanoids are very bizarre. I don't see how balloons can explain it. Can a cluster of balloons chase a man down an alley and attack him? lol I think not!

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  3. I think the specimen could be a new species of nocturnal monkey. The Sierra Madre is huge, and if you consider that every day new species are discovered around the world then it doesn't look like so implausible this could be one as well.

    Regarding the "hombrecitos voladores" (flying humanoids) I think it is something very old indeed. In South America where I come from there is a legend of the "brujas" (the witches) its a very old story from the native people. They say that sometimes they appear at night and that they look like people floating in the sky in a dark robe. Sometimes they produce light (similar to a UFO) and sometimes they don't. Very similar to those videos indeed. These legends are older than the Spanish invasion and after the conquest the natives started to call this things "witches" due to Christian influence. Nobody knows how native called these things before, but oral tradition is ancient.

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