Archive for the “Guest Blog”
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 7th, 2014
Dyer, for his part, said that he has “turned over a new leaf” and that there is “no point in lying about anything, right now.”
When I asked him if he really believes in Bigfoot, he didn’t miss a beat. While Hank may be a fake, Dyer claims to have a video that shows the actual killing of a real creature outside of San Antonio.
“I do believe in Bigfoot,” he said, “because I believe that what I killed was a Bigfoot.”
Read: “Bigfoot Hunters are Full of Shit” »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 26th, 2014
“The illustration below is of a younger Sasquatch from Central Texas, in the prime of life, similar to the individual featured in the “Tent Video”.
Read: Hank the “Bigfoot” Revealed »
Posted by: The Discerning Man's Squatch on January 24th, 2014
I am sticking my neck out where I normally don’t put it, making matter of fact statements towards a positive conclusion, but think this story (the whole story) has some very convincing elements that put it up there with the best of the very best in the annals of evidence towards the truth about Bigfoot’s existence. I will discuss the normally pointed out shortcomings of the evidence on film and Paul himself and why I think they are wrong, at least in how they came to their conclusions. In the end I will show why I believe at the very least if this is a hoax, Paul himself may have been the intended party, which in my mind being unlikely, makes his video much more likely the real deal.
Read: Freeman’s Hairy Man »
Posted by: Regan Lee on January 14th, 2014
The “article” by Harold Hutchinson is a mere one page. Not even that, for roughly 1/4 of the page is taken up with graphics and the title “UFO Mystery Solved: “Mothmen” Were Actually Green Berets.
So right away, the complex topic of UFOs is combined with Mothman, and we’re off. Yes, UFOs were seen in Pt. Pleasant along with Mothman, but the intent here is to just put all the weirdness into one category and be done with it.
Read: Mothman Mystery Solved! So Not »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 3rd, 2013
My good friend and fellow Cryptomundian, Steve Busti, proprietor of the Museum of the Weird and the keeper of the Minnesota Iceman, weighs in with his thoughts on these photos,
Read: Commentary on the Mark Anders Sasquatch Photos »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 5th, 2013
“Willow Creek” tells the story–through found film footage–of Jim and Kelly, a couple who are trying to make a documentary about Bigfoot by traveling to the Pacific Northwest, visiting some of the tourist traps of Bigfoot Country and camping out at the site of the most famous Bigfoot sighting of all-time, Bluff Creek.
Read: Reviewed: Bobcat Goldtwait’s Bigfoot Movie Willow Creek »
Posted by: Steve Plambeck on April 29th, 2013
This might be the time and place to mention one possible explanation for the irreconcilable differences between what Tim Dinsdale was certain he saw on April 23, 1960, and what he filmed. I don’t know if anyone else has ever ventured this, but here’s a go at it.
Read: What Did Tim Dinsdale See at Loch Ness? »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 4th, 2013
A Jackalope walks into a vet’s office in MN..
Stop me if you’ve heard this one already….
Read: Real Life Jackalope! »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 28th, 2013
Days are growing longer and summer is coming. Kids will be out of school and families will be planning their vacation get-aways. Where to go, where to go. Well… how about visiting your local lake creature.
Read: Visit A Lake Creature Near You »
Posted by: mystery_man on March 23rd, 2013
There are many mysterious monsters dwelling in the lakes and rivers of the world, but the ones that really intrigue and terrify us are the ones that are purported to attack humans. When a cryptid goes from an undiscovered organism to a man eater, it becomes not only a mystery, but a menace. It becomes something that not only lurks in the murky depths, but in our nightmares as well.
Read: Man Eating River Monsters »
Posted by: Regan Lee on March 20th, 2013
After listening to another intriguing and spooky interview with David Paulides (Coast to Coast, George Knapp host) last night, I found myself rethinking not only Dr. Ketchum’s work, but what Bigfoot might be, as well. (Concerning Bigfoot, revisiting the paranormal theory as the most likely.)
Read: David Paulides, Dr. Ketchum, the Missing, and… Bigfoot? »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 13th, 2013
When someone mentions the word werewolf, images of a full moon, silver bullets, and hairy man-beasts with a hunger for human flesh come to mind. Although not every culture shares that image, shapeshifting beasts can be found all over the world in differing forms. In the South American country of Argentina, a creature called El Lobizon (sometimes known as the Lobison) is spoken of in hushed whispers.
Read: El Lobizon (Argentinian Werewolf) »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 13th, 2013
Something is amiss in the small town of Lockwood, Washington. Something terrifying has been emerging from the surrounding woods in the dead of night: unspeakable creatures with glowing eyes and razor-sharp talons, swooping down upon unsuspecting citizens on silent black wings.
Read: Mothman Emerged: A Cryptozoological Thriller »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 18th, 2013
Jim McClarin offers his thoughts on the Ketchum Sasquatch DNA Study after reading the paper.
Read: Update: Jim McClarin on Ketchum Sasquatch DNA Study »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 5th, 2012
Dr. Matthew Johnson offers his thoughts and advice on how to encounter Bigfoot.
Read: Bigfoot: To See Or Not To See »