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Sea Serpents, Big Cats, and More

Posted by: Nick Redfern on August 14th, 2014

They are very cool books that cover a wide range of mysteries, including sightings of “big cats’ in the UK, mythology, folklore, ghostly black dogs, sea serpents, and much more…

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Pumapards and Lepumas – Unusual Feline Hybrids of Hagenbeck

Posted by: Karl Shuker on July 28th, 2014

Although it can often equal or even exceed the leopard Panthera pardus in overall size, the puma Puma concolor is not a ‘big cat’ in the strict scientific sense – its throat structure, for example, is quite different from that of true big cats (i.e. belonging to the genus Panthera). It is particularly surprising, therefore, that successful matings between pumas and some of the Panthera species have occurred – the resulting hybrids thereby being intergeneric rather than merely interspecific.

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Behind the Hunt: Bloodless Howler

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 21st, 2014

The AIMS team had Mother Nature working against them on this hunt. Hear about the struggles they faced hunting the Bloodless Howler on the exclusive aftershow.

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Mountain Monsters: Bloodless Howler of Harrison County

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 18th, 2014

The AIMS team travels to Harrison County, West Virginia, to investigate a vicious canine-feline hybrid known as “The Bloodless Howler.” The team tracks the predator toward their Asian tiger-box trap in frigid temperatures.

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Mountain Monsters: Hunters Discover the Den Of the Bloodless Howler

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 18th, 2014

Eyewitness reports dating back to 1929 contend that the creature may also be impervious to bullets, but the Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings (AIMS) intend to put this theory to the test.

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Mountain Monsters: Bulletproof Bloodless Howler Monster Has Been Caught on Camera

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 17th, 2014

Following eyewitness leads and a fresh trail of physical evidence, a team of West Virginia-based hunters and trappers set out to capture a vicious canine-feline hybrid called the Bloodless Howler.

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Strange Mutants of the 21st Century

Posted by: Nick Redfern on July 1st, 2014

“Strange Mutants of the Twenty-First Century contains Keel’s very first ruminations on Mothman, as well as a variety of strange reports on black ‘demon’ dogs, phantom cats, Bigfoot and other North American giants, flying humanoids, flying saucers, flying snakes, and even stranger mutants that Keel believed reside with us on Earth.”

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Mountain Monsters: Watching This Monster Prank Will Have You Howling With Laughter

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 10th, 2014

Buck asks Trapper the load the trap, but this time he has a trick up his sleeve!

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Behind the Hunt: Cherokee Death Cat

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 9th, 2014

Buck explains why he took this hunt so seriously and talks more about the single most entertaining moment he’s had on a hunt yet. Hint: It involves pee in Trapper’s beard.

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Mountain Monsters: Photographic Evidence of the Cherokee Death Cat

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 6th, 2014

The AIMS team travels to Cherokee County, North Carolina, to investigate a ferocious feline called “The Cherokee Death Cat.”

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Mountain Monsters: Death Cat of Cherokee County

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 6th, 2014

The AIMS team travel to Cherokee County, North Carolina, to investigate a ferocious feline called “The Cherokee Death Cat.” The team works to unravel the myth surrounding the creature and attempts to capture it inside of a complex wooden trap.

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Big Black Cat in Texas

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 15th, 2014

Submitted by a Cryptomundian: Believe it or don’t, it happened, and I have never been able to explain it away. I was 10 years old and walking my german shepherd dog on my usual route through my elementary school on a Saturday, broad daylight. We rounded a corner and there was a gigantic black feline. […]

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An ABC of British “Werecats”

Posted by: Nick Redfern on April 29th, 2014

“…we are talking about nothing less than huge, black, bipedal cats. All of which brings us to the world of shape-shifters.”

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My Top 10 Cryptozoological Locations in Britain

Posted by: Karl Shuker on March 3rd, 2014

Loch Ness monster, Richard Svensson (2)
Nessie and family ((c) Richard Svensson)

What do Cannock Chase, Renwick, Exmoor, Drummans, Falmouth Bay, and Bala Lake all have in common? If I added Loch Ness to the list, I’m sure that you’d guess much more readily. Yes indeed, they are all locations in Britain linked to sightings of mystery creatures.

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Paranormal Mystery Cats

Posted by: Nick Redfern on February 27th, 2014

“A large black cat seen at an ancient historical site, a second encountered while the witness was in a distinctly altered state, and a third seen racing across a road: what do they all have in common?”

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