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We aren't sure what to make of this report from Four Corners, New Mexico. It's unlike anything we've heard before in what seems to be a combination of Bigfoot, chupacabra and poltergeist activity. There is physical evidence with claw marks on the walls and windows of the house, a rabbit hutch and the hood of a truck, but also scratch marks on the back of a teenage girl who was attacked while sleeping in the house. Quite frankly, the eyewitness accounts of the creature lurking outside in the yard are far more believable than the teenage girl's story so it seems that two different scenarios are being played out. If her doubtful story is put aside, the report is quite convincing. These people are frightened by something for sure. It reminds us quite a bit of the Corn Demon reported on by The Vicar's Lamp last month in Illinois. It's a good week for strange creepy creatures stalking hapless victims in the woods apparently, as anIndie Filmmaker Films Strange Figure In Woods in Tennessee. Only in this case, we think there's a pretty big clue as to the source of this bizarre figure--"filmed by an Indie filmmaker" who just happens to be filming a new movie...we think the only thing doing any stalking here is a bit of clever viral marketing.
The livestock mutilations continue in Argentina, as Inexplicata reports, and this time it was goats who fell victim in a particularly grotesque way (disturbing photo included). While UFOs haven't been reported in relation to these reports, historically it's been proven that they usually are and we think it's a matter of time before people mention seeing odd lights in the sky around the time of the incidents. The isolated locations may be the biggest reason UFOs haven't been reported yet. In much lighter UFO news, The Professor shares an questionable but amusing tale of a 1966 UFO encounter from a man with the unfortunate name of Fred Krueger. Were Krueger's experiences with "transparent people" who took him aboard their spaceship and flew him around at lightspeed an Almost Unknown CE3, or Ambulatory Dream, as The Professor suspects? And finally, The UFO Chronicles bring us a blast from the past with a Saturday Evening Post from 1966 in which J. Allen Hynek Reports On a UFO Landing Near Nuclear Missile Site; An Air Force 'Strike Team' was Ordered To Intercept in North Dakota. This sighting was very significant but was brushed aside by the media at the time, which is still modus operandi some 40 years later in cases like this, except now ridicule or discrediting of the UFO witness is often deployed to cover all bases in the event the pesky witness refuses to stay quiet.
Bigfoot reports from Alaska aren't something we've heard much about but after reading this article, we are convinced Bigfoot's territory extends even further north than we ever thought. From a 1988 sighting by military personnel in the Arctic Circle to more recent backyard sightings in the remote North Slope, it seems that some Bigfoot prefer the frozen desolate tundra to the more densely populated areas of the Pacific Northwest and Canda. Skeptics don't have much to use in this debate, so balding polar bears standing upright have become the go-to explanation. Much further down the map, Texas Bigfoot presents a well-thought out report on Wood Ape Sightings: Correlations to Annual Rainfall Totals, Waterways, Human Population Densities and Black Bear Habitat Zones in Texas. Meanwhile, "zombees" migrate north as Washington state's first 'zombie bees' reported. Zombie bees may sound amusing but the parasitic infection killing them off may have devastating and far-reaching effects on the entire ecosystem. The zombie apocalypse might just start with a buzz rather than a whimper.