Thursday, May 31, 2007

Wikipedia Entries on the Bili and Bonobo Apes

  • Bili Ape

  • Bonobo

  • Monster In The Woods
  • Skeptic Says You Are Stupid

    Speaking of Name Calling and Skeptics

    More Wikipedia Entries on Hairy Hominids Worldwide

  • Skunk ape

  • Yowie (cryptid)

  • Momo the Monster

  • Ebu Gogo

  • Bigfoot
  • Wikipedia Entries for Hairy Hominids

  • Fouke Monster

  • Hibagon

  • Bigfoot trap

  • Wendigo

  • Orang Mawas

  • Review: Let's Talk Bigfoot 5-30-07

    Kathy and Bob Strain were the guests, and did a great job. They answered questions about their research from folks such as Jerry Reidel and myself. There were some technical issues at the beginning, but they were resolved after about 10 minutes. I asked when Kathy's book was coming out and also about her and Bob's opinion on the Skookum Cast, and Jerry asked about their research. It was a great show, and Mel and T keep doing a lively and informative show. The next program will be next Wednesday, with Dr. Jeff Meldrum at 10:00 EST/9:00 Central at the link to the right. Please tune in and support great research.

    Cryptomundo Stories

    New Nessie Footage

    Two New Wolf Species

    Wednesday, May 30, 2007

    Monday, May 28, 2007

  • Lost and Found Bigfoot Statue...

  • Women in Bigfoot Studies: Jane Goodall

    Review: The Sasquatch Experience 5-27-07

    This was a rather interesting two-hour show, with the first hour a combination of news and a short interview with M.K. Davis on such subjects as the Patterson/Gimlin Movie, his trips to northern California, the investigation into the Honey Island Swamp Monster he participated in and his stumbling across a family hoaxing the Fouke Monster. It was a great interview, but it did not end there. In the second hour, we played a pre-recorded interview with founder Jay Michael, who also discussed the HISM investigation, the friendship with M.K., his research with the Gulf Coast Bigfoot Research Organization and his experiences with possible Sasquatches. These were great interviews which we enjoyed. Our next show will have the "Sasquatch Sleuth," Larry Lund, next Sunday night at 9:00 EST/8:00 Central. Oh, one other thing-we have brought back the "Sasquatch Experience Lite," only over on Talkshoe, Saturday afternoons at 5:00 EST/4:00 Central. Both shows can be found by going to the links on the right. As always, please tune in and support great research.


    It has recently been brought to my attention that I had made the assertion that I was the producer of "Let's Talk Bigfoot," when, in fact, I was not. If I said this (and I am sure I most likely did) I apologize. I never was nor am I the producer of "Let's Talk Bigfoot." I did run the board and also the chatroom, but I am not the producer-Kathy and Bob Strain are. I apologize personally to Melissa Hovey and Teresa Hall, Kathy and Bob Strain and to all the fine listeners to Melissa and Teresa's show, and hope this clears up all misconceptions.
  • Newspaper Archives
  • Articles from Past Issues of Creature Chronicles
  • The Return of the Squatch Detective!

  • Men, Women, Science, Sex and Bigfoot.
  • More SRI Headlines

  • Men vs. Women; An Investigative Report

  • Object Recognition in Game Camera Usage
  • SRI Headlines


  • Search Profile: Step One
  • Squatch Detective Radio Tonight...

    Billy Willard and Tom Lancaster will be guest-hosting for a third week, with the guest to be determined. The show starts at 9:00 EST/8:00 Central and can be found at the Squatch Detective Link over on the right. Please tune in and support great research.


    Sunday, May 27, 2007

    Indy 500, Women, and Bigfoot - Part 2

    Indy 500, Women, and Bigfoot - Part 1

    Sasquatch Experience Tonight...

    A special two-hour show, beginning at 8:00 EST/7:00 Central. The first hour will feature a pre-recorded interview with Jay Michael of The second hour will feature the ever-controversial M.K. Davis discussing his work on the Patterson/Gimlin movie. The link can be found over on the right. Please tune in and support great research.
  • Cold stone and Bigfoot