Archive for the “Books”
Posted by: Micah Hanks on March 20th, 2014
Jeffery Pritchett and Andy Colvin join us to talk about their latest book, Praise For the Hairy Man, that looks at high-strangeness associated with reports of Bigfoot. Is there really more going on in the field of cryptozoology than we realize? From the improbable, to the thought-provoking, this conversation runs the gamut of weirdness, and is highly entertaining for fans of the Big Hairy Guy.
Read: Praise for the Hairy Man »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 20th, 2014
Teenage bush walkers disturb something large off the tracks deep in bush land near Lake Woronora/Helensburgh, NSW.
The creature is seen crashing through the foliage at a height estimated over 8ft tall.
Read: Yowie Sighting near Helensburgh, New South Wales »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 18th, 2014
Stan Gordon, author of Silent Invasion, talks about a strange case from Presque Isle, PA from 1966.
Read: Project Blue Book Bigfoot »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 18th, 2014
Mother of a Witness describes the drama when her son arrived home from his nightly jog along through a rural area of Mt Tamborine/Eagle Heights.
He had ran passed a Yowie, that apparently thought it would also join in on the run.
Read: Yowie Sighting at Mt. Tamborine, Queensland »
Posted by: Susan Fair on March 17th, 2014
Here, a historic sign for the National Road enthusiastically proclaims South Mountain Summit What an Ideal Location for a Break! But it also includes a wonderfully unexpected caveat: Beware of the “Snarly Yow,” the sign advises just below a drawing of a rangy, wolf-like creature baying at a full moon. Kind of like: you know that really relaxing place we just told you about? well… hope you’re not scared of monsters…
Read: Snarly Yow: the Marker of the Beast »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 17th, 2014
A report on hair analysis of suspected Bigfoot hairs from Mississippi will be published in the April Bigfoot Times ($17.50/year USA)(www.bigfoottimes.blogspot.com) and you will be astonished by what was learned from the microscopic analysis of three hair samples.
Read: DNA Analysis of Mississippi Bigfoot Hair »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 15th, 2014
A roadside sighting of a Yowie passing behind a stationary car along the Kings Highway between Braidwood and Batemans Bay in broad daylight, witnessed by both Husband and Wife.
Read: Yowie Sighting near Braidwood, New South Wales »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 13th, 2014
Clyde and friends were hunting around the Tarlong Forest, near Nanango. They were being extremely stealth when they came across a Yowie that reacted to the boys in a menacing manner.
Read: Yowie Sighting near Nanango, Queensland »
Posted by: Sean Whitley on March 13th, 2014
Yet another connection between Bigfoot and “The Simpsons”
Read: Bigfoot and “The Simpsons” »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on March 12th, 2014
“From pre-Columbian legends to modern-day eyewitness accounts, this comprehensive guide covers the history, sightings and lore surrounding the most mysterious monsters in America—including Bigfoot, the Jersey Devil, and more…”
Read: American Monsters: Forthcoming Book »
Posted by: Christopher Noël on March 11th, 2014
most Sasquatch can take care of themselves—or else they would not have survived alongside our own species for thousands of years—others are vulnerable to great harm. As this book will make clear, these creatures occasionally engage in certain consistent routines at places where they feel safe, where they have come to trust our peaceful intentions.
Read: Our Life with Bigfoot »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 11th, 2014
Late afternoon at a hilltop property overlooking Carlisle River, near Colac, 4 men Witness a large hairy man sitting on the edge of pine forest. The men view the creature for 9 or more minutes with binoculars before it got up and ran off into the forest.
Read: Yowie Sighting near Colac, Victoria »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 10th, 2014
An ongoing debate about Bigfoot revolves around the issue of infrasound, or sounds that are of such low frequency that humans can’t hear them. Elephants and whales are examples of animals that use infrasound to communicate over long distances. Thunderstorms and even wind can also produce infrasound. Other animals, such as pigeons, seem to be capable of detecting these infrasonic sounds. This may explain why some animals seem able to predict earthquakes—they sense the low-frequency sound of a quake before it can be physically felt.
But the big question remains—can Bigfoot produce infrasound?
Read: Bigfoot Infrasound: Likely or Long Shot? »
Posted by: Scott Mardis on March 10th, 2014
“The most famous photograph has now been shown to be a fake, but could there be an unknown mammal or even reptile of large dimension swimming in a Scottish lake? Sure there could. That we don’t know about? Sure there could. Who say’s no?”
Read: Carl Sagan and the Loch Ness “Monsters” »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 7th, 2014
While driving late at night on a dark wet road near the Hinze Dam, the driver swerves to miss an 8ft hairy man trying to cross the road ahead.
The car impacts the creature, and spins into a dirt embankment. As he reversed, there was a loud ‘Bang’ on the back of the car sounding like it had been hit.
Nothing further was seen. Cost to the car was $3,000.
Read: Yowie Sighting at Hinze Dam, Queensland »