Archive for the “Books”
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 15th, 2016
Tonight we welcome our friend & colleague… paranormal & cryptid investigator/author David Weatherly to Arcane Radio. For over 35 years, David has explored the world of the strange, investigating cases around the country and abroad. He has written and lectured on a diverse range of topics including cryptozoology, ufology and hauntings.
Read: Arcane Radio: David Weatherly »
Posted by: Shannon LeGro on February 11th, 2016
Tonight I speak to Daniel S. Green, author of Shadows in the Woods: A Chronicle of Bigfoot in Maine. Maine has a very long history of Sasquatch sightings in the state, from mountain tops to people’s property near towns. Some of the first reports of Bigfoot in Maine was in the 1800’s, near the Mt. Katahdin area. The Indians from that region would call the Sasquatch there, “Pomoola” or “Injun Devil.”
Read: iNTO THE FRAY 21-Shadows in the Woods: A Chronicle of Bigfoot in Maine Reminder »
Posted by: Lyle Blackburn on January 28th, 2016
In memory of Julius Elmo “Smokey” Crabtree. April 22, 1927 – January 16, 2016.
Read: Passing of a Legend »
Posted by: Ken Gerhard on January 19th, 2016
40 years ago last Saturday – Two sisters named Libby and Deany Ford were at a pond several miles northeast of Brownsville, Texas when they claim they saw Big Bird.
Read: 40 Years Ago: Texas Pteranodon »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on January 18th, 2016
Tonight, from 11PM to 2AM Central, I’ll be on “Midnight in the Desert” talking about my book, “Chupacabra Road Trip.”
Read: Midnight in the Desert: Chupacabra Road Trip »
Posted by: Ken Gerhard on January 16th, 2016
40th Anniversary of the scariest documented encounter with Texas’ Big Bird! It occurred just north of Raymondville in Willacy County.
Read: 40th Anniversary of Scary Texas Big Bird Encounter »
Posted by: Ken Gerhard on January 7th, 2016
Forty years ago today – On Wednesday, January 07th, 1976 at around 8:30pm, Alverico Guajardo was eating dinner in his trailer home, just outside of Brownsville, Texas.
Read: 40 Years Ago Today: Texas Big Bird Sighted »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 13th, 2015
After Hours concludes it’s interview with acclaimed cryptozoologist author, Loren Coleman. What is the fundamental problem with the Bigfoot world? Is it the media? Sensationalism? Backbiting? Using unknowns to explain the unknown? Is all of this attention on Bigfoot creating a “they vs us” problem? Loren Coleman addresses all of those questions. Dr. Ketchum’s DNA work, Dr. Johnson’s portals, Newsweek, and the History Channel’s recent “Bigfoot Captured” are also discussed. “Look at the data…” This cryptozoologist author tells it like it is!
Read: After Hours with Rictor: Loren Coleman Part 2 »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 12th, 2015
Acclaimed Bigfoot/cryptozoology author, Loren Coleman has been in the Bigfoot world for over 50 years. He joins us on After Hours this week (in part 1 of his interview) covering his history with Bigfoot, his world famous International Cryptozoology Museum, and his thoughts on the Roger Patterson film. Is it real? A hoax? or a misidentification? He tells you what to look for when you examine the infamous Bigfoot Patterson Gimlin film. Is he pro kill of Sasquatch?
Read: After Hours with Rictor: Loren Coleman Part 1 »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 19th, 2015
Newsweek special edition on our favorite cryptid: Bigfoot!
Read: Newsweek: Bigfoot »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 5th, 2015
I received word a few hours ago that friend and fellow Bigfooter Rob Riggs passed away a few days ago.
I first met Rob when he spoke at my 2001 Texas Bigfoot Conference. That event was impacted by 9/11, which happened 4 days earlier. Several speakers were unable to fly in for the event, but Rob drove up for the event.
He had many interesting theories about the Big Thicket Wildman (Bigfoot) that he hopefully has the answers to now.
Read: Author, Friend, Bigfooter Rob Riggs Dies »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 3rd, 2015
When you think of Sasquatch you may think of grainy footage of a large mass moving through the woods or perhaps the movie and then television show, Harry and the Hendersons and that is because the iconic and centuries long hunt for Bigfoot has permeated pop culture. You probably do not think of unmaned drones swooping through the sky to hunt for signs of the mysterious bipedal humanoid, but that is exactly what Professor Jeffrey Meldrum is thinking about.
Read: The Scientific Search For Sasquatch »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on October 29th, 2015
Today at 9.40 AM (Central Time) I’ll be on Jenny McCarthy’s radio show, talking about my recent book, “Chupacabra Road Trip.” Should be an interesting show!
Read: Chupacabra Road Trip and Jenny McCarthy »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 9th, 2015
Ben Radford gives a talk on the Chupacabras in Albuquerque, NM tonight.
Read: The Mystery of the Chupacabra »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 25th, 2015
When Rocky Elmore joined the United States Border Patrol, he knew it would be a journey fraught with danger. But little did he know that the very real trails he walked night after night would soon lead him into surreal encounters from a different dimension. This was never more evident than when the ghost of a recently fallen fellow agent began to appear on top of the cliff from which he died. It marked the beginning of the end to one of the most bizarre series of events in the history of the U.S. Border Patrol. This collection of true stories provides a rare look into law enforcement that includes not only the routine nightly patrols of the USBP but also actual paranormal activity as it happened to the agents in the field. Readers will go on nightly patrols with the agents of the Brown Field Border Patrol Station, and will face their worst fears as they come face to face with smugglers, mountain lions, ghosts, and even a Sasquatch in this isolated no-man’s land. OUT ON FOOT takes place in the mysterious Otay Mountains just east of San Diego, California.
Read: Former Border Patrol Agent Talks About Bigfoot And Dogman Sightings »