Archive for the “Proto-Pygmies”
Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 21st, 2009
Hopefully a new study being published in December 2009 will be the final nail in the coffin of all those arguments attempting to debunk the Hobbits, Homo floresiensis, and ignore the reality that a population of very small hominoids lived concurrently with Homo sapiens. Stories of the “little people” have some basis in fact. Period. […]
Read: Hobbits Not Diseased, Notes Dec. 2009 Study »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 21st, 2009
“The program seriously corrupted the description, falsely portraying Aluxob as hairy all over their bodies, with big ‘carnivorous teeth,’ which is not accurate,” reports one reviewer who was a consultant to the show. Images.
Read: DT Trips Over Aluxob »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 11th, 2009
Let’s take a moment to see how the image of the Hobbit and other hairy creatures are slipping into charts with the other folks around the block. Images.
Read: Flores Little People In Police Lineups »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 8th, 2009
Josh Gates kicks off with one half of his first show of the season on the Proto-Pygmies. Video.
Read: Destination Truth & The Aluxob »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 2nd, 2009
What do Yowies look like? Images.
Read: Yowie Representations »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 18th, 2009
The Menehune of Hawaii and the Little People of Flores, the tiny 3 feet tall Homo floresiensis, appear to have a lot in common as Proto-Pygmies. Images.
Read: Hobbits & Menehunes »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 1st, 2009
The tale of a small, apelike, young Sasquatch said to have been captured alive in the late 1800s, is a piece of folklore that refuses to die. Images.
Read: The Story of Jacko »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on April 28th, 2009
Why was what happened in 1918 called “Spanish flu” if the first outbreak discovered was in Kansas?
Read: Call It Mexican Flu »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on April 24th, 2009
Do some hairy hominids demonstrate culture? An insightful contribution from T. Peter Park. Images.
Read: Cultural Hominology »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 1st, 2009
It is said to be around 1 to 1.3 meters tall, and covered in kinky, red or black hair. Images.
Read: Kenmun »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 2nd, 2009
In the United States, this thing is alleged to haunt Detroit, Michigan, and is feared by its residents as “the harbinger of doom.” If you are from Michigan, have you ever heard of it? Images.
Read: Nain Rouge: The Red Gnome »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 23rd, 2009
Take a look, mates.
Read: Help Out The Lad! »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 20th, 2008
The “Japanese Bigfoot” is commonly referred to as the Hibagon, said to lurk in the forests of Mt. Hiba in Northern Hiroshima, from which it gains its namesake, as well as its surrounding areas. Many images.
Read: Japan’s Yeti: Hibagon »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 5th, 2008
Time for a change? What do you think? Should we follow the Russians? Ivan T. Sanderson, in the 1960s, tried to convince everyone to use “Oh-Mah.” Grover Krantz wanted people to employ the term “Sasquatch” instead of “Bigfoot.” Is there a movement afoot for change?
Read: Should Homin Replace Bigfoot? »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on August 5th, 2008
Tahoe Elf? Nevada Faery? Lake Tahoe Leprechaun? Deneau’s Hobgoblin? There is a world of good names out there, and this one cannot go down as a “leprechaun-alien” for long, please. Lloyd Deneau, 41, of Florida was on vacation at Lake Tahoe, located along the border between California and Nevada, west of Carson City, Nevada. He […]
Read: Elfin Photo Released »