Friday, October 21, 2011

Of all the high strangeness that seems to have historically occupied the month of October, perhaps the most celebrated is the Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot film from 1967. With numerous naysayers having weighed in on the famous footage through the years, Loren Coleman teases out details that seriously question any claims the footage was hoaxed 44 years ago. Meanwhile, Dale Drinnon reviews ancient petroglyphs discovered in the Land of the Morning Calm which depict curious creatures which may lead observers to question whether prehistoric sea creatures survived into the Age of Man, as you'll see in Korean Rock-Art show "Bunyips" (Plesiosaurs?). One of the things that keeps cryptozoologists excited by their field, despite skeptics, is the preponderance of new discoveries and the location of supposedly lost species, subjects covered by Dr. Karl Shuker in his forthcoming Encyclopaedia of New and Rediscovered Animals, which offers Rothschild's Mynah - The First Hundred Years and A Century of Owston's Banded Civet.

Man puts on Bigfoot costume to drive more donations, local newspaper and police dept. plays along

Sierra Nevada Barrel Aged Bigfoot In 2012?

Recent Sighting Report: Cab driver's near collision with Bigfoot in Pender County, North Carolina

Sasquatch Watches

Bob Gimlin's 80th Birthday, by Katy Strain

Miscellaneous Bigfoot Video

The Bigfoot Film - the Con of all Cons?

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