Yowies, UFOs, en­ti­ties and big rates bills

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TIM the Yowie Man’s tales of strange places in the last edi­tion of Weekend had many read­ers talk­ing on so­cial me­dia.

Tim, 44 (pic­tured), has made a ca­reer out of in­ves­ti­gat­ing strange hap­pen­ings in Aus­tralia and over­seas af­ter his own ex­pe­ri­ence with what he claimed was a yowie in a for­est near the Snowy Moun­tains.

Some read­ers, like Jes­sica Car­man, agreed that some strange things re­ally are out there.

“I had en­ti­ties in my house,” she wrote.

“I had a para­nor­mal group come to my house from Rock­hamp­ton and cleanse my­self and the house.

“It was hor­ri­ble. I live on my own and it would switch the lights off, un­plug my charger from the wall and lock doors.

“These were just some of the things that would hap­pen. Ab­so­lutely ter­ri­fy­ing.

“The para­nor­mal group helped to an ex­tent but it was only a few nights ago that I saw a black fig­ure, with my own two eyes, walk­ing out of my bath­room. “What­ever it is, it is still here and does not want to leave.” And He­lene Jones wrote she had seen ex­tra ter­res­trial life in north­ern Queens­land.

“Tully, 1966, wit­nessed two ufos. Saw the shapes, and coloured lights – no drink, no drugs,” she wrote on Face­book.

Other read­ers had more tongue-in-cheek an­swers on Face­book to strange oc­cur­rences in their neck of the woods: Matty Moo: Yeh my rates bill has an un­ex­plain­able rise.

Luke Grif­fin: I saw some­one use an in­di­ca­tor once!

Kev Palmer: Bad driv­ers .... bad driv­ers ev­ery­where.

Jamie Richter: A yeti strolls past my house most af­ter­noons. Shaylee Chap­man: Um­mmm, some air­port staff ??????

And Trent Bowen wrote that he did not be­lieve the story.

“No one has ever found a trace of a Yowie, Yeti, Big­foot or Abom­inable Snow­man any­where ever,” he wrote.

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