Archive for the “Cryptid Canids”
Posted by: Ken Gerhard on August 10th, 2015
Tonight I’ll be appearing @10pm EST/9pm CST on Arcane Radio with my good friend, host Lon Strickler. This will be my very first interview since Missing in Alaska has aired. It promises to be a good time… with lots of cryptozoology, as well as phantom and monster talk. Tune in for some fascinating discussion!
Read: Arcane Radio: Ken Gerhard »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on July 28th, 2015
Any mention of supernatural phenomena, in connection with old British castles, is inevitably going to provoke imagery of ghosts, specters, and the dead returned (chain-rattling or not). This is hardly surprising, since Britain is seemingly filled with such stories and legends. Less well know, however, are the cases that link old castles not to human ghosts but to the ghosts of strange creatures. As in very strange creatures.
Read: Bizarre Beasts at Creepy Castles »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 20th, 2015
JC Johnson and Crypto Four Corners investigates a cryptid canid known as The Lakewood Lycan in the Denver, CO metro area.
Read: The Lakewood Lycan »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 16th, 2015
This week we welcome our friend & colleague JC Johnson of Crypto Four Corners – JC will be discussing his most recent investigations, including the Four Corners Bigfoot habituation and, along with Jack Cary, the progress of the Lakewood Lycan investigation.
Read: Arcane Radio: JC Johnson »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 10th, 2015
This week Mark and Seth take a jaunt down the rabbit hole with author, Linda Godfrey. They talk about Were…people, flying man-bat things, thunderbirds, and, of course, Bigfoot.
Read: SasWhat: Linda Godfrey »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on July 5th, 2015
If, like me, you’re a fan of the writings of Linda Godfrey – and particularly her werewolf-themed book, The Michigan Dogman – then what I’m about to share with you now is likely to be of deep interest. It’s an old newspaper story – dating back more than a century – that is eerily reminiscent of some of Linda’s findings. And, it demonstrates that when we dig into the past, we can sometimes find fascinating tales that have a direct bearing on the present.
Read: Dog With A Human Face »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 3rd, 2015
Georgia, named after King George II of England, is one of the original thirteen colonies. It was the birthplace of civil rights leader Dr Martin Luther King, Jr., singer Ray Charles, “Gone with the Wind” author Margaret Mitchell, and wrestler Hulk Hogan. Yes, THE Hulk Hogan. Of the 37 million acres of land in Georgia, 24.8 million acres of that is forestland. The Peach State is the fourth largest state east of the Mississippi River, and is home to mountains, rivers, and monsters.
Read: Exploring American Monsters: Georgia »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 24th, 2015
One of the first thirteen British colonies in North America, Connecticut revels in American patriotism, demonstrated by its nickname the “Constitution State.” Heck, its state song is “Yankee Doodle.” Although it’s the third smallest of the United States by area (110 miles long and 70 miles wide), it’s the fourth most densely populated, and, with 1.9 million acres of forestland, Connecticut can still hide plenty of monsters.
Read: Exploring American Monsters: Connecticut »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 6th, 2015
The state of Arkansas in the southern U.S. is known for its lush green mountains, roaring rivers, and University of Arkansas football. It’s the headquarters of the world’s number one retailer, Wal-Mart, and is the birthplace of musician Johnny Cash, and former U.S. President Bill Clinton. It’s also the home of monsters. The most famous of these is the Fouke Monster, a sasquatch-type creature immortalized in the 1972 movie “The Legend of Boggy Creek.” But this series, “Exploring American Monsters,” isn’t about well-known beasts, it’s about the lesser-known creatures the world sees from the corner of its eye, like the Ozark Howler.
Read: Exploring American Monsters: Arkansas »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 25th, 2015
…why recent livestock killings may prove that a Demon Wolf is roaming across the Midwest.
Read: True Supernatural: Rocky Mountain Demon Wolf »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 23rd, 2015
The last of the contiguous states to join the Union (Valentine’s Day 1912), Arizona is known for its deserts, high heat, and the mile-deep Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World. But Arizona isn’t just desert and canyons; the northern part of the state is filled with mountains, ski resorts, forests, and monsters.
Read: Exploring American Monsters: Arizona »
Posted by: Ken Gerhard on April 22nd, 2015
Premieres Wednesday, April 22 at 9 pm CST on Destination America
Vampiric beasts have attacked livestock across southern Texas for years, now scientists DNA test 3 Chupacabra specimens to identify the creature. And, why some believe bones in the Nevada desert prove that the legendary Kraken is more than a myth.
Read: True Supernatural: Chupacabra, Kraken »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 6th, 2015
On this episode, Sean and Lon discuss recent sightings of the “Lakeview Lycan” sighting from Denver, Co. They also touch on recent Bigfoot activity reported in Northern Pennsylvania. Author and Cryptozoologist Matt Bille stops by for a chat discussing his new work of fiction, “The Dolman”.
Read: Arcane Radio: Matt Bille »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 31st, 2015
A fun map showing many of the North American Cryptids in the locations where they have been sighted.
Read: North American Cryptids »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 28th, 2015
Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings travel to Lincoln County, WV to investigate the Hellhound who left a bad taste in their mouth after evading them last autumn.
Read: Mountain Monsters: Bigfoot of Lincoln County »