Could this be the Patterson-Gimlin film of the 21st century? While not nearly as clearly filmed or even approaching the close range of the famous 1968 encounter, footage emerging from a Canadian Bigfoot searcher's foray into the forest less than two weeks ago is causing a stir. What do you think of the new film? Meanwhile, a legendary creature from the Texas frontier, described in the 1830s much like today's descriptions of Bigfoot, became known to the locals of Sublime, TX, as "The Wild Man of Navidad," and the story of it's pursuit by the men of the area is passed along by Nick Redfern, the author of There's Something in the Woods: A Translantic Hunt for Monsters and the Mysterious, in Born to be Wild! Elsewhere, Andrew May takes you back to the 19th century, too, to reveal a, to him, "rather amusing" connection between Sea Serpents, Logic and Lewis Carroll, although he readily admits "cryptozoologists might disagree." Also, noted cryptozoologist Loren Coleman, director of the International Cryptozoology Museum, lecturer and co-author with Patrick Huyghe of The Field Guide to Bigfoot and Other Mystery Primates, takes you back a decade to see what stories were making cryptozoological headlines in a year packed with news of destruction and coming warfare, as seen in Flashback: Top Cryptozoology Stories of 2001.