From small towns in the South to remote areas of the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, four eccentric but passionate members of the Bigfoot Field Research Organization (BFRO) embark on one single-minded mission - to find the elusive "creature" known as ...
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Sioux City Journal
Bigfoot sightings have occurred and been recorded for hundreds of years over many regions of the world. Sightings in the US don't just occur in the Pacific Northwest, they have been seen all over the country. These creatures, though apparently curious ...
Red and Bigfoot
ABC Online (blog)
John Bindernagel is a wildlife expert and has just been to a conference in Russia discussing the existence of Bigfoot. He lives in British Columbia known as a Bigfoot or Sasquatch hot spot. You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment ...
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Thylacines in Indonesian New Guinea? Malcolm's Musings: Cryptozoology
Seventy fives years after loss of the last thylacine the trail of the Tasmanian Tiger picks up again in New Guinea, not in Tasmania or Australia where one would expect, as Malcolm Smith presents his translation of a newsclipping that would seem to demand closer scrutiny on the possibility of the marsupial wolf's survival quite some distance from where most alleged sightings have taken place. Could this supposedly extinct creature stilll be alive in 1997...and even today? Will an expedition to New Guinea soon be mounted in pursuit of the Tasmanian Tiger? Another mystery creature occupies the cast and crew at the online magazine Who Forted? as they team up with Elmira Bigfoot Watch of New York and Ghost Hunters, Incorporated, to debut a hugely popular new documentary tomorrow and Saturday, as reported in The Bigfoot Hunter: Still Searching. Meanwhile, those large sets of marine remains that wash ashore around the world, referred to as Globsters by those interested in identifying them, get a deft analysis from Markus Hemmler in The Dinosaur Carcass of Framboise. And Globsters are just one of the unexplained creatures mentioned in the collection gathered by CFZ - Canada and presented in Newfoundland and Labrador Cryptids.