Archive for the “Paranormal Investigators”
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: Craig Woolheater on March 5th, 2014
Posted by: Nick Redfern on February 27th, 2014
“A large black cat seen at an ancient historical site, a second encountered while the witness was in a distinctly altered state, and a third seen racing across a road: what do they all have in common?”
Read: Paranormal Mystery Cats »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 12th, 2014
The International UFO Congress didn’t want anything to do with Rick Dyer and Hank, but they do have Kewaunee Lapseritis speaking…
Kewaunee will be speaking about his indepth encounters and how both ETs and the Sasquatch people have helped him numerous times with health issues, connecting with other contactees, and even saved his life more than once. Also, he will discuss what thes sentient beings are telling people about themselves and the planet. Plus, why monster hunters are never successful in catching a Sasquatch or obtaining an undisputed photograph of one. The focus will also be on “portals” that are used by both ETs and the hairy-folks.
Read: We’ll Take Lapseritis, But Not Dyer »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 22nd, 2014
“On the other hand, there exists a large and vocal group of men who are unreliable and often irresponsible. Over the past several years our work has brought us into almost constant contact with this group. They call themselves ”scientists” and they usually put a Ph.D. after their names. Science has become a sacred cow in this generation but that term is a misnomer. The gender is wrong. Science, by and large, is a lot of bull.”
~ John Keel
Read: John Keel Quotes »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 26th, 2013
An incredible end to a year of activity that has set a new level of interaction with the sasquatch people and our forest friend Nephatia.
We continue to progress our unique situation showing that these are not the perceived apes as many portray, but rather a people, an older more refined and evolved people that don’t rely on technology for their existence.Sasquatch Ontario
Read: Discussions From Another Realm »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 19th, 2013
A continuous progression, an unveiling of truth.
Sasquatch are NOT what the mainstream portrays.
A people that have an ability to manifest a physical body at will and walk completely invisible while still having ability to vocalize and leave foot prints by choice.Sasquatch Ontario
Read: When Fringe Meets Fact »
Posted by: Karl Shuker on December 11th, 2013
In Skåne and Blekinge, the two southernmost provinces of Sweden, a very daunting creature pervades the Season of Goodwill, and its presence is anything but good. Scarcely known outside its Scandinavian provenance, outwardly it resembles a pig, but no ordinary one, for this preternatural entity is in many ways the porcine equivalent of Britain’s phantasmal Black Dogs, and is just as dangerous!
Read: Pigging Out At Christmas – It’s Grim With The Gloso »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 8th, 2013
The legendary “Sasquatch” may be living in South Carolina – at least that’s what a group of paranormal investigators in the Upstate are trying to prove.
Read: South Carolina Sasquatch »
Posted by: Monster Island News on December 8th, 2013
Japan has more than 30,000 suicides a year for over 14 years— one of the highest rates among industrialized nations. On average, someone in Japan dies by his own hand every 15 minutes, usually a man. The Aokigahara Forest is the most common place to commit suicide in Japan, and it is widely thought to be the second most likely site in the world, after the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The reasons are complex.
Read: Spirits Of Death In A Sea Of Trees – Japan’s Suicide Forest »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 6th, 2013
“John Keel lectures at the March 16, 1966 meeting of Saucer News. This is a remastered special edition of the lecture dealing with Keel’s preliminary investigation of the Pt. Pleasant, WV incident commonly known as the Mothman phenomenon. 28.5 Mins.”
Read: John Keel Mothman Lecture »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on November 20th, 2013
“Mysterious footprints. Eerie screams. For centuries, if not longer, stunned witnesses have reported face-to-face encounters with the bizarre beasts responsible for mystifying us with the tantalizing evidence they leave behind…”
Read: Forbidden Bigfoot »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 10th, 2013
“NEW EXCLUSIVE FOOTAGE!” Best Bigfoot Sighting This Week Spokane Washington October 2013 Infant Bigfoot?
Read: Baby Bigfoot Captured on Video? »
Posted by: Lyle Blackburn on August 16th, 2013
Topics include the Djinn, Slenderman, Black Eyed Beings and much more!
Read: Strange Intruders »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 5th, 2013
Thom Powell has taught at Robert Gray Middle School for nearly three decades. He is a tall, gray man with a raspy voice and a disarmingly piercing gaze. Though his appearance is domineering and almost off-putting, his students know better. They flock to his classroom as soon as the bell rings, vying for his attention to their preteen attempts at sarcasm and deadpan. Powell meets them bit for bit, speaking with complete candor to his 14-year-old pupils. Truly, he is a gentle giant, and so, he says, is the Sasquatch.
Read: Thom Powell: Hillsdale’s Sasquatch Expert »