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Momo the Missouri Monster
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Millions of people the world over may have caught a glimpse of Louisiana on Tuesday.

The Microsoft computer homepage MSN carried part of a television show about Momo the Missouri Monster. The segment aired earlier this month on the program ‘Monsters and Mysteries in America.’

Featured were Richard and Doris Bliss, who said they saw and heard the Bigfoot-like beast on Star Hill in Louisiana in July 1972. Christina Windmiller, whose father made a cast of a mysterious ape-like footprint at the time, also is part of the show.

No hard evidence of Momo was found, but the creature’s legend continues. The show airs again this coming Sunday at 6 p.m. on the Destination America channel.

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