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‘Masters of Horror’

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 31st, 2005

Showtime’s ‘Masters of Horror’, which premiered last Friday night, will feature 13 original episodes directed by famed horror directors. And at least one of the episodes has a cryptozoological theme. In an AP article that was published on the CNN website last Thursday, details for the episode are given. John Landis co-wrote his episode, Deer Woman, with his […]

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Hypothesizing Bigfoot

Posted by: Rick Noll on October 31st, 2005

(Love & Rockets – No New Tell to Tell) Why has no one come up with some rules or laws governing Bigfoot’s ecology? Other than dumb luck, I think that would be the quickest and surest way to prove their existence; describing an accurate ecological model of Bigfoot where repeatable results can be had with […]

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Beware the Mugwump, and other North Iowa legends

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 31st, 2005

Several cryptids mentioned in this article from the Globe Gazette of Mason City, IA. The Monster Turtle of Big Blue, The Ventura Marsh Monster or Mugwump and Bigfoot are all mentioned.

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Bush Bumps Bigfoot

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 31st, 2005

I flew to New York, and I just flew back. "Fox & Friends" had been promoting that they were going to talk about Bigfoot this morning and I was the guest. They were showing footage of the Patterson-Gimlin film (I sure hope they paid Mrs. Patterson the user fee for this tease). They put the […]

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Bigfoot and Halloween … What do they have in common?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 31st, 2005

The article from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram came out today on Halloween. I don’t suppose that it was a coincidence that it was published today? During a radio interview (download of 5.8 MG) for KDMX 102.9 last week, I was asked if at Halloween, I see lots of people wearing Bigfoot costumes. Can’t say that I have […]

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Bigfoot, NASA, late night Mexican Food and Gassy Skunk Apes

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 31st, 2005

What do these 4 items have in common? Not much really, other than we took in all 4 this past weekend. We being myself, Alton Higgins, Daryl Colyer and Gino Napoli went to the Houston area to give a presentation at College of the Mainland in League City. This was on Friday night, October 28th. […]

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Bigfoot and Other Mystery Beasts in Michigan

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 30th, 2005

The Petoskey News-Review of Petoskey, MI had an interesting article concerning Bigfoot, a lake monster and the "Dogman". From the article: "Tales of bigfoot go back to Indian times, when legends told of a man of the woods. Bigfoot – or sasquatch – is over 8 feet tall, covered in dark black, gray or reddish […]

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Bridgewater Triangle 2005

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 30th, 2005

Another benefit of Halloween newspaper articles is that the rare update appears via a well-researched and well-written piece. Today finds one of the best examples of this in "Tales from the swamp: From ape-like creatures to glowing lights, Hockomock has kept its secrets for centuries" by Ross A. Muscato, in the October 30, 2005 issue […]

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Bates and Halloween

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 29th, 2005

Some cities and towns begin celebrating Halloween early, today, on a Saturday night. The theory goes that parents and kids won’t be in conflict with the "night before school" bedtimes during the rest of the weekend. That way, they all get one extra hour of sleep to dream of curious creatures and other wonders. I […]

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Why haven’t we discovered Sasquatch yet?

Posted by: Rick Noll on October 28th, 2005

(Nine Inch Nails – Every Day Is Exactly The Same) Why haven’t we discovered Sasquatch yet? Why are there no bones? Surely they have to die sometime. Questions that keep coming up in conversations I have with people after the initial shock of them realizing that I actually look for this imaginary beast. How could […]

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Jersey Devil…or Bigfoot?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 28th, 2005

Tales from the Pine Barrens of New Jersey of the Jersey Devil sometimes describe a creature like Bigfoot. In yesterday’s Observer-Tribune, there was an article about the Great Swamp Devil. The Great Swamp is only 26 miles west of Times Square. The descriptions of the Great Swamp Devil run the gamut, "…from a tall hairy […]

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Kokanee Beer and Sasquatch…A Long Standing Tradition

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 27th, 2005

Kokanee Beer has had a long tradition of using Sasquatch in their promotions. Probably the best known was the commercial featuring Rene Dahinden in 1997 that showed him talking about Sasquatch while one made off with a case of Kokanee from his trailer behind him. They have a Sasquatch cutout to have your picture made with. […]

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Black Cat is Kitty Cat?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 27th, 2005

In a breaking news story out of Australia, a Talangi researcher named Bernie Mace (who told the media there that he’s been researching mystery cat reports for thirty years), is quoted as having a new theory. Mace earlier had said the black cat that Melbourne deer hunter Kurt Engel shot in June 2005 was a […]

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Yeti at Bates

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 27th, 2005

Yeti at Home at Bates This weekend’s Bates College Cryptozoology Symposium will bring together artists and cryptozoologists, for the first time, as far as I know, in a credible academic setting. It is the kickoff to the June-October 2006 exhibition, and will have a good schedule of talks on cryptozoology, art, science, creativity, and more. […]

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Bigfoot in San Antonio?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 27th, 2005

In yesterday’s issue of the UTSA Today, there is an article about the upcoming "Halloween Howl’r", the annual Halloween event at the Institute of Texas Cultures, from 4 to 7 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 29. "Children and parents can come in costume and enjoy ghost stories, puppet shows, treasure hunts, face painting, crafty pumpkin painting, build-your-own scarecrow […]

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