Compelling evidence brings the team back to the most surprisingly squatchy state, New Jersey. After a night investigation and town hall meeting, Cliff breaks from the team to squatch with his friend, comedian Bobcat Goldthwait.
Author Nick Redfern is notorious for digging into secret, classified government and military files. He’ll share the lore and legends, as well as the first-person accounts of bizarre freaks of nature and spine-tingling paranormal entities including werewolves, Bigfoot, the Loch Ness monster, chupacabras, Mothman, the Abominable Snowman, the Mongolian Death Worm and more.
The second week of December 2016 is not one that I shall long remember – and for all the right reasons! Not only did it contain my birthday but it also presented me with two unique birthday presents – Loren Coleman and his International Cryptozoology Museum did me the immense double honour of presenting me […]
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 15th, 2016
Right at this moment 49 year ago, the mighty Silver Bridge collapsed into the icy waters of the Ohio river, taking with it 46 innocent lives. The town of Point Pleasant was never quite the same after that horrific tragedy.
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 14th, 2016
Pitch a tent and tiptoe through Boggy Creek with Brett and Harley as they travel to Fouke Arkansas with a Beast of an Oddity and that’s just the Monster Mart. On this weeks episode we visit Fouke, Arkansas and investigate the story behind the 1972 cult classic “The Boggy Creek Monster” with the man who literally wrote the book on the ‘The Beast’ with “The Beast of Boggy Creek“. Crypto legend, author, producer and musician; Lyle Blackburn.
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 12th, 2016
Today we sit down with one of the most well known Bigfoot researches of this century. Cliff Barackman joins the show to talk squatch, Finding Bigfoot, cast, prints, pareidolia, Grays Harbor, dogman, music and much much more!
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 18th, 2016
…an example of how people who fundamentally disagree on facts, like the existence of a hairy mountain dweller, can show empathy and compassion to one another. She says the lack of these types of conversations is why we’ve become so polarized and has set the stage for the vitriol that has run rampant through our culture.