January 5, 1998

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com! in 1998 U.S. Representative Sonny Bono was found dead on a ski slope in Stateline, Nevada. It was believed that Mr. Bono, an experienced skier, had skied directly into a tree at a high rate of speed and died on impact. In April 2008, Private Investigator Bob Fletcher claimed that he had proof that Mr. Bono was murdered. He had pictures of Mr. Bono’s ex-wife, Cher, having drinks and talking with known Sasquatch hitman, Ergludda “Bones” A’wooogle on January 1, 1998. He believes Cher paid “Bones” A’wooogle to confront and kill Mr. Bono on that ski slope for the physical and emotional abuse she had suffered at his little Napoleonic hands during their marriage. In 2010, Cher gave an interview of how she’d suffered emotional and physical trauma at the small, Napoleonic hands of her now-decease husband, Sonny Bono. The Nevada State Police stand by their theory that Mr. Bono skied face-first into a pine tree, as the bark imbedded in his skin attested to, not the crack-brain story that a sasquatch hit Mr. Bono in the face with a pine-limb as he was skiing down the slope.

About Joel Byers

Born in North Georgia and educated at some very fine public institutions. Real education started after graduating from college and then getting married and raising two boys. Has the ability to see the funny and absurd in most things and will always remark on it, even if it means getting the stink-eye from his victims.
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One Response to January 5, 1998

  1. A Known Cryptozoologist says:

    As a known Cryptozoologist, I feel that I must protest your gross mischaracterization of Sasquatch (aka Bigfoot, aka Skunk Ape, aka Mr. Fuzzywumpus) as a heartless, cold-blooded killer.

    After decades of research and study, I can state, with absolute certainty, that most Sasquatches (Sasquatchii?) are deeply passionate about killing, and far from being heartless, they commonly agonize for hours, after tearing their victims limb from limb.

    I do hope that you will revise your post to more accurately reflect the facts and that future articles will adhere to the more rigid standards of factual accuracy that one would expect from a historian of your caliber.

    A Known Cryptozoologist

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