Thursday, August 08, 2013

Open Invitation to View Dyer’s Live Bigfoot

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on August 8th, 2013
I know people will complain that I posted this.
To me, it’s news.
I’m not endorsing this, merely reporting it.
Contact Dyer through his youtube channel if you are a public “hater”, can get to LAX by 5 PM Friday and want to spend the night viewing the live Bigfoot.

Monsters on Just Energy Radio

Posted by: Nick Redfern on August 8th, 2013
Monster Files on the Radio tonight…
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Werewolves in Maine?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on August 8th, 2013
When morning came, they could finally breathe a sigh of relief. The creatures were gone. Eric called Sean, who came over and helped look for tracks. The tracks they did find were huge, with enormous claws. They showed a creature who could walk on two feet. These creatures had been hunting, stalking. Were they werewolves? To this day, nobody knows.
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Bigfoot and Electrical Interference

Posted by: Nick Redfern on August 8th, 2013
“In the latter part of 2002 and early 2003, British monster-hunter Jon Downes recalls that, with respect to both him and the staff of his Center for Fortean Zoology, ‘…there occurred a huge “flap” of Big Hairy Men (BHM) sightings throughout the British Isles…’”
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Speaking again of: Where are the Sasquatch Snow Tracks?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on August 8th, 2013
Are there photos and videos of alleged tracks in the snow posted online? Sure. And like the bulk of them taken during the other three seasons of the year, they are generally at best inconclusive and much more typically, hoaxes. Other than the Bossburg prints and the example from the 1980s someone cited above, where else has any bigfoot author mentioned any bigfoot tracks in the snow in more recent times, let alone over the last two decades? Has there even been a single mention in the written literature of bigfoot tracks in the snow since 2000?

New Species of Giant Flying Squirrel Discovered in Laos

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