Last summer a scout leader was attacked by a beaver. The beaver did not survive, but the scout leader did. Sadly the same cannot be said for a man from Belarus who was actually killed by a beaver.
A boy being brutally mauled by three vicious pit bulls in North West Washington, DC, was rescued by a neighbor, who shot and killed one of the dogs, attracting police assistance. Though the man’s actions may have saved the boy’s life, DC’s strict gun laws mean that he may be facing charges and prison time.
State police remain circumspect, not saying that they are looking for Bigfoot, but describing the assailant as “very large, brown in color, and walks somewhat hunched over.”
On August 17, 1980, Lindy and Michael Chamberlain took their infant daughter, Azaria Chantel Loren Chamberlain, only 10 weeks old, camping at Ayers Rock. During the night the child disappeared; her body was never found. The Chamberlains believed that a wild dingo had taken their baby, but police would not accept their story, and had them arrested. It would take more than three decades for the truth to completely emerge.