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Creature Feature: The Crater Lake Monster

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 25th, 2015

In this episode, the boys battle some technical difficulties to carry on with their exploration of “The Crater Lake Monster” (1977). Meanwhile, Dr. Grimm has a lake monster sighting of his own!

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Swan Song Of The Skunk Ape

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 25th, 2015

“It exists…”

Maybe.

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Sasquatch Chronicles: Terrorized By Aggressive Giants

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 25th, 2015

Le Flore County is a county located along the eastern border of the U.S. state of Oklahoma. The name honors a Choctaw family named LeFlore. Reports dating from the 1850´s say that Southeast Oklahoma has been a hunting ground for Bigfoot. According to stories, the area was terrorized by aggressive giants who not only stole locals vegetables to eat, but also stole their children.

Read: Sasquatch Chronicles: Terrorized By Aggressive Giants »


River Monsters: Unhooked – Legend of Loch Ness

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 24th, 2015

Jeremy remembers the search for the world’s most famous water monster deep within Scotland’s Loch Ness to find the legendary creature.

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Monster X Radio with Summer Lowry (aka Summer Akasha Snape) Reminder

Posted by: Shannon LeGro on May 24th, 2015

Tonight!

Summer Lowry (Summer Akasha Snape) is a CryptoZoologist, Tracker, Field Researcher and Paranormal Investigator. When she isn’t at home working on her debut book on obscure cryptids, due out this Christmas, she volunteers her tracking skills to Washington State Search and Rescue. Lowry has been with a well-known and respected group, Crypto 4 Corners, headed by none other than JC Johnson.

Read: Monster X Radio with Summer Lowry (aka Summer Akasha Snape) Reminder »


Reminder: The Cannibal in the Jungle Tonight

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 24th, 2015

Animal Planet’s dramatic story is an imaginative leap inspired by real science. In 2004, a study in the journal Nature announced the discovery of bones of an entirely new, remarkable species of humans. Fully grown adults stood only three feet tall, yet they were able to thrive in the chaotic and dangerous world that surrounded them. The new species was nicknamed “Hobbits,” after J.R.R. Tolkien’s diminutive heroes. These real hobbits are purported to have lived less than 20,000 years ago, which would make them the last other species of human to live alongside ourselves.

But did these hobbits fully go extinct? Later, 60 Minutes sent a film crew to investigate the Nature article. While on site in Flores, the crew unearthed the local legend that the creatures may have never died out at all.

Tune in tonight, May 24, 9/8c for the feature film premiere

Read: Reminder: The Cannibal in the Jungle Tonight »


Hobbits Were Real. Are They Still Out There?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 24th, 2015

Part 3

The real “hobbits” were tiny human creatures that lived in the jungles of Indonesia. They supposedly went extinct 12,000 years ago. But there have been recent sightings of them. Are they still out there?

Read: Hobbits Were Real. Are They Still Out There? »


Coast to Coast AM: Bigfoot Tracking

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 23rd, 2015

In Search Of The Ohio Grassman

Bigfoot hunters Dan Baker and Ray Gardner, founders of American Primate Exploration group, spoke about their efforts to track the North American primate known as Bigfoot or Sasquatch.

Read: Coast to Coast AM: Bigfoot Tracking »


Any Truth to The Walker County Incident?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 23rd, 2015

Was this show last night on Animal Planet, I Was Bitten: The Walker County Incident, scripted or based on a true story?

The following article offers some background on the incidents.

Read: Any Truth to The Walker County Incident? »


Do Bigfoots Speak Gibberish?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 23rd, 2015

Ranae and Matt try to engage a Bigfoot’s curiousity by speaking out friendly, but gibberish-filled, phrases. Will it attract a Bigfoot?

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Hobbits Were Real. Are They Still Out There?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 23rd, 2015

Part 2

The real “hobbits” were tiny human creatures that lived in the jungles of Indonesia. They supposedly went extinct 12,000 years ago. But there have been recent sightings of them. Are they still out there?

Read: Hobbits Were Real. Are They Still Out There? »


Off the Rictor – Episode 4

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 23rd, 2015

On this week’s Off the Rictor, some big Bigfoot media personalities get shaken up. The Bigfoot Field Reporter Sharon Lee, The Squatcher’s Lounge Podcast Jeffrey Kelley, and Team Tazer’s Zen Yeti himself, Snowwalker Prime Michael Merchant.

Read: Off the Rictor – Episode 4 »


I Was Bitten: The Walker County Incident

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 22nd, 2015

Premieres tonight, May 22nd at 6 PM Central as part of Monster Week on Animal Planet

Airs again May 23rd at 12:04 AM Central

The townsfolk try to uncover unexplained daily phenomena plaguing their small southern town of Jasper, Alabama. Daniel, a man who has been diagnosed as “Patient Zero,” claims to have been attacked in the woods by something unspeakable. When other victims come forward with their own troubling encounters and explanations, he leads an investigation dead set on getting to the bottom of it all.

Read: I Was Bitten: The Walker County Incident »


The Cannibal in the Jungle

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 22nd, 2015

Animal Planet’s dramatic story is an imaginative leap inspired by real science. In 2004, a study in the journal Nature announced the discovery of bones of an entirely new, remarkable species of humans. Fully grown adults stood only three feet tall, yet they were able to thrive in the chaotic and dangerous world that surrounded them. The new species was nicknamed “Hobbits,” after J.R.R. Tolkien’s diminutive heroes. These real hobbits are purported to have lived less than 20,000 years ago, which would make them the last other species of human to live alongside ourselves.

But did these hobbits fully go extinct? Later, 60 Minutes sent a film crew to investigate the Nature article. While on site in Flores, the crew unearthed the local legend that the creatures may have never died out at all.

Read: The Cannibal in the Jungle »


Ecuadorian Hairy Hominid Photographed by British Hikers

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 22nd, 2015

He is called Wawa Grande by the indigenous people living in the Cajas Mountains west of Cuenca. He was called the Monstruo de las Cajas in a 1997 German magazine article.

He can also be called the monster that won’t go away, despite the best efforts of Ecuador’s national park service and a number of scientists.

A Quito television station reported three weeks ago that two British hikers and their tour guide spotted the elusive creature in Cajas National Park during a three-day trek. The trio claimed to have observed the over-sized humanoid animal for several minutes in a remote area of the park in early April.

Read: Ecuadorian Hairy Hominid Photographed by British Hikers »



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