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Here is Part One of a detailed review of what was found and what it may mean.Kat Kissick has preferred bearded men for as long as she can remember. “And if I end up making out with someone with a beard, that’s OK too.”Kissick is far from alone in her predilection for scruffy gentlemen; she’s one of 60,000 people around the world, from Iceland to Iraq, who have signed up for Bristlr since its launch last October.“It’s a personality indicator that maybe this man likes to have fun, maybe they’re creative, maybe they’re just trying to express their individuality,” says Kissick, 40, who lives in St. So when she saw a Facebook post a few weeks ago about Bristlr, a dating website and app for men with beards and the people attracted to those men, she signed up without hesitation. At Bristlr’s helm is John Kershaw, a bearded, 28-year-old software developer who lives in Manchester, England.During the Niku II Expedition in 1991, while excavating a small grave in the Aukeraime district of Nikumaroro, the TIGHAR team accidentally happened upon the much-degraded remains of one shoe and the heel of another.An anecdotal account of bones being found on the island during the early years of its settlement (see the Floyd Kilts Story) also told of the discovery of women’s size nine American shoes, so the presence of shoe remnants near what we hoped was the grave in which the bones had been buried was of great interest.