Saturday, January 29, 2011

Bigfoot Documentry

Valley of the Skookum 2011 by Lenny Green

The Ballad of Ape Canyon by Lenny Green
The Werewolf Faith in Nineteenth-century France Beachcombing's Bizarre History Blog
Dr. Beachcombing admits he has a weakness for the werewolf subject, having devoted several recent posts to the shape-shifting man-beast of lore. As a way of easing into different topics in the near future, Beachcombing breaks off the current werewolf series by "paying tribute to the man who many years ago first introduced the werewolf to polite English society: that priestly Victorian loon, exaggerator and bizarrist, Sabine Baring-Gould." Thus Beachcombing comes to Baring-Gould's account, supposedly true, of his meeting with the people of a tiny French village around the year 1850 and the warning the villagers gave about the presence of the "loup-garoux." Did the werewolf legend hold sway in an 1850s era Gaulish hamlet, or was Baring-Gould exaggerating? Elsewhere, Loren Coleman and his Portland, ME, establishment that features displays of just about all-things-cryptozoological gets a fine and well-deserved write up from a visitor who admitted having worked for half a decade for arch-debunker and inveterate skeptic James Randi, as seen in inquisitive skeptic Jeff Wagg's IndieSkeptics presentation of A Visit to the International Cryptozoology Museum, with photos and an enhanced video version of the Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot film. And at Cryptomundo Coleman offers a link to Christopher Noel's work on a recent section of video footage that offers a possible Sasquatch image, as presented in Enhanced Bigfoot Security Cam Video.

Gorilla Walks Like A Man

MN.BRT Radio 1/31/11


Friday, January 28, 2011

The Sasquatch:Pictures
Frame 352 of the Patterson and Gimlin Bigfoot film
Have you had a face to face Sasquatch encounter? Raw telivison would like to hear about it

Legends of Bigfoot come to Ketchum

Idaho State University biology professor Jeff Meldrum, author of Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science, spoke last night to students at Indiana University Southeast (IUS) in New Albany, IN. Reporter Jerod Clapp covers Meldrum's presentation and commentary by associate professor of biology at IUS, Doug Darnowski, who invited Meldrum to address students concerning the reports of manlike creatures from around the world. With photos. And Meldrum has another such appearance scheduled for February 10, 2011, at The Sun Valley Center in Ketchum, ID, as part of the Center's multidisciplinary project Creatures: From Bigfoot to the Yeti Crab, as noted in Legends of Bigfoot Come to Ketchum. Reports of Meldrum's activities appear not to have run afoul of Loren Coleman's admonition Bigfoot, Not Bigfeet! Nor bigfoots! Nor sasquatches! Meanwhile, the reports of the appearance of the Russian Bigfoot, known as the Almasty, figure into Dale Drinnon's explanation of the reconstructions of fossil skulls, as Drinnon exposes, with images, in Neanderthal Snubnoses Again.

Clips from the Michael Greene Th...

Sasquatch Research Part 53

North American Bigfoot: Footprints on the Elwha

Scientific Evidence of Bigfoot at IUS Seminar - Tulsa Cryptozoology |

Jordan Warner's ♪♫ Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street ♪♫

Thursday, January 27, 2011

ISU's Professor Meldrum to discuss sasquatch for History Channel and Discovery ...

Link for the Tribute Barbecue to Indy
Bigfoot Analysis: The Squatchmaster Bigfoot
Deputies respond to phony Bigfoot call
By Record Searchlight staff Shasta County deputies tonight responded to a report of two people dressed as Bigfoot, which turned out to be only a couple of ...
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Alabama Bigfoot Print?
Ghost Theory
This isn't an area associated with Bigfoot and you really don't find many people trying to fake them around here. The heel looked a little small to me to be ...
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Ghost Theory
Bigfoot 'sighting' lures TV network
Dahlonega Nugget
They are stalking the legend of Bigfoot. The Discovery Channel, which produces Animal Planet, called local resident Mary Scott, requesting an interview with ...

Julie Burchill unloads on the concept of the creature known thorughout the Latino world as the chupacabras and to the Anglicized world as the chupacabra. She also unloads some other opinions and drops an f-bomb along the way, so readers are hereby warned. Burchill goes to a Benjamin Radford explanation of how the idea of the chupacabras came about in Puerto Rico after one was allegedly seen and described by one Madelyn Tolentino in 1995. Radford's claims that Tolentino based the creature's description on the character of Sil in the motion picture Species in a column in Fortean Times. Does it help that the legend of the goatsucker (i.e. the chupacabras) existed among the Hispanic populations before 1995? And on the heels of the chupacabras trashing by Burchill and Radford come reports of spurious Bigfoot claims in Deputies Respond to Phony Bigfoot Call and Bigfoot ‘Sighting' Lures TV Network. Elsewhere, Glen Vaudrey is seeking cryptid reports from every nation on Earth with his latest cryptid being a favorite of the people of Uruguay, as seen in I'll Got the Whol World Wide #3. Meanwhile, Loren Coleman presents some video footage and asks, Does This Look Like Patty?

Ohio bigfoot hoaxer busted.

patterson bigfoot footage


Mysterious Monsters review

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Bigfoot Snowboards

The Mysteries of the Pleistocene; Bigfoot, Clovis and Missing Major Fauna

Bigfoot Film Premier at Sundance Film Festival: Update

Review-HBMs Crypto-Corner 1-26-11
The Allendale Wolf Beachcombing's Bizarre History Blog
Using a great deal of quoted material from the late Charles Fort, Dr. Beachcombing attempts to show the last wolf in England (not Ireland or Scotland!) breathed its last in 1905, not, as generally supposed, in the reign of Henry VII. But there's more to the tale, as pointed out by Fort in his book Lo! and by Dr. Beachcombing in this bit of Fortean and cryptozoological history. Dr. Beachcombing gleans more from the tales of lupine lore in a post that depends on the writings of a "Greek antiquarian," as seen in The Werewolf of Temesa. Meanwhile, Dr. Karl Shuker steps outside the bounds of natural history for his "examination of one of the world's most mysterious, enigmatic localities," as seen, with images, in Stone Giants, Man-Birds, and Long-Eared Ghosts.


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Next Wednesday, 9:00 EST/8:00 Central, History Channel

Bigfoot: The Definitive Guide

A team of top scientists come together with one goal to create the definitive guide to Bigfoot. Does the creature exist? And if it does where is it? And how can it survive without being detected? Using a new interactive map the team has plotted more than 10,000 Bigfoot type sightings from around the world. These sightings are of an unidentified creature which walks on two legs and is covered in a thick layer of hair. Many of theses sightings date back over 100 years. With their expert knowledge of the natural world they are able to dismiss nearly 90% of the sightings, but what emerges is a series of global hotspots that cannot be explained which indicate that something is out there. The team examines these global hotspots and searches for explanations including new theories that suggest we may have been looking for the wrong creature all along?

Running Bears by Lenny Green

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Bigfoot by Lenny Green
Book Review-Yetis Sasquatch and Hairy Giants
Bigfoot is real, Idaho researcher to tell IUS audience

Bigfoot on Camera? Paranormal Utopia
Two videos placed on YouTube by a homeowner who mounted a security camera after finding a footprint in the snow at his undisclosed location purport to show evidence of North America's most famous cryptid. And Cryptozoology Online presents a photograph and text with the question Alabama Bigfoot Print? Elsewhere, Keith Alberson reviews an "eco-noir" documentary about the pursuit of a supposedly extinct bird species in The Search for the 'Lord God Bird', and Lars Thomas uncovers a species believed to be extinct in Denmark with his report, and photograph, of The Beetle That Came Back. Meanwhile, Scott Corrales translates two articles on the state of Iberian cryptozoology with Spain: Cryptozoology and Tourism and Spain: The Defunct Spanish Society for Cryptozoology.

Bigfoot trackway & Baby Sasquatch prints - 2011

Robot Chicken - Bigfoot



Monday, January 24, 2011

Loren Coleman reveals a news article from the archives of fellow cryptozoologist and sometimes co-author Jerome Clark that tells of a "huge, strange reptile" reported from Greenville County Kentucky back in 1925. What kind of snake could grow to a size of up to 22 feet, overturn a mule-drawn wagon and live in Kentucky? Elsewhere, Dale Drinnon offers a different possibility for the long history of aerial reptiles from a certain segment of the British Isles in A Novel Solution to the Mystery of the Welsh Flying Snakes?

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Criptozoologia y las misteriosas criaturas del Folklore-Cap



Thoughts and prayers for Abe Del Rio

Bigfooting with Cliff on the Olympic Peninsula