Reward of $1 million for alive "snowman"
American scientist will announce reward of $1 million for help in catch of snowman or Loch Ness monster.
Loren Coleman, a professor of Southern Mane University, will announce detail of reward during cryptozoology symposium which will take place on October 28 in Bates college. Cryptozoology is a science about mysterious and unknown animals.
Reward will be given to person who present photo which will help to catch either of these monsters alive.
"We don`t want people to run with riffles and shoot everything what moves hoping to get money", - said Coleman. "This is not a competition. The reward will be given for alive specimen".
By Coleman words, the majority so-called evidences of mysterious animals` observations are false, errors and misunderstanding. But 1 million of dollars are real money.