January 24, 2002
Human mythology has sputtered on since the discovery of scientific explanations. The age-old bogeyman does not have the grip on people's fears as it had in early history. Though Bigfoot stepped aside normal coverage and Nessie went missing, the unknown we have known has existed matched only by the changes in who or what entity kept itself as an ingredient to traditional tall tales such as ghost stories or embellishing tragedies to fit the tale and maintain the legends. Much like kids making up gossip about weird people, the curiosity such kids enjoy carries on the pursuit for mythic figures.