Tuesday, July 09, 2013

BBC: First Time an Orangutan Birth has been Filmed

Bigfoot Roadtrip DVD Review

Posted by: Lyle Blackburn on July 9th, 2013
Sure, you could grab the family, load up the mini van and make a run down old Route 66. But with the high price of gas these days, might I suggest taking a Bigfoot Roadtrip instead. All you need is a DVD player and some popcorn.
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Ape Canyon Cabin Re-discovered

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 9th, 2013
Site of the cabin from Fred Beck’s 1924 Ape Canyon Attack story in Skamania County, WA found?
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Science Channel Greenlights Survivorman Bigfoot Special

Posted by: Guy Edwards on July 9th, 2013
Science Channel greenlights Survivorman Bigfoot Special. Read show details and watch videos of Les Stroud describing his previous Sasquatch encounters.

SquatchIt to Be Featured at Minnesota Iceman Event at The Museum of the Weird in Austin Texas on July 13 2013

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 9th, 2013
Craig Woolheater will be showing off the SquatchIt prototype on July 13, 2013 during the special Minnesota Iceman unveiling.
Is this a black panther or an overgrown domestic cat stalking across this field in Louisiana? The general consensus is that it's just a cat with the perspective thrown off by zooming in, but it is extremely difficult to tell because, as Jay Cooney shows us, the body structure and posture is identical to a panther's. In other cryptid news, Loren Coleman reports that Marc Myrsell of Dark Waters Paranormal Group in Washington State claims that his group has discovered the remains of the 1924 Ape Canyon Site,where an extraordinary encounter with Sasquatch took place back in 1924. The so-called ape-men attacked a group of miners, tried to break into their cabin and threw rocks at them. In return, the miners shot and supposedly killed one of the creatures. Myrsell says that his group found physical evidence of the old campsite including nails, spoons and the side of the cabin and, and...that's where his story ends for now. As the commercial says, "We want more! We want more!"

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