Thursday, January 12, 2012

New Pennsylvania Bigfoot Society Website up and running [Guest Post]

Watch This Digital Story Telling Keynote Presentation About Bigfoot

Finding Bigfoot: Rhode Island Video Debrief

Todd Standing Interviewed about his Search and Rescue Experience

While many Bigfoot investigators believe the North American hominid is a relic Gigantopithecus blackii, others have said there is no way the speedy giant is the same as the lumbering, 1,200-pound ancient behemoth, believed to have moved about with knuckles on the ground, like the modern mountain gorilla. Erin Wayman has the history of Gigantopithecus research in this blog posting. Meanwhile, Lon Strickler goes to the historical record for the tales of something that terrorized the populace of the Margeride Mountains in France for three years in the 18th century and became known as The Beast of GĂ©vaudan, while Loren Coleman doesn't have to go nearly so far back in the archives to find the report of something mysterious from the Philippines, described in Ten Years Ago: Pinatubo Monsters. And, since it's always good to know what critter has you by the leg, Jon Downes presents a monograph by Walter E. Meshaka, Jr, of State Museum of Pennslvania, downloadable in PDF at a link provided in A Runaway Train in the Making: The Exotic Amphibians, Reptiles, Turtles, and Crocodilians of Florida (Via Herp Digest).

Another New Cryptid Primate in Northern Myanmar?

Graphic Details Released About Rawlins Accident

Finding Bigfoot: Debrief of “Big Rhodey” by Cliff Barackman

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