Charlie Sheen fails again in latest foray into search for mythical creatures

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Last week, Charlie Sheen says he headed up to Alaska to hunt for a mythical creature known as the half-man, half-otter “Kushtaka” (not to be confused with “tush/ta-tas,” the other things he doggedly pursues in his free time).

Sheen didn’t find anything, much like his trip to Scotland to try to glimpse the Loch Ness Monster in July, according to TMZ.

The yeti and the chupacabra could not be reached for comment.

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