Encounters With the Demon of the Straits

Posted by: Nick Redfern on May 30th, 2012

Nain Rouge Eyes

A new article on Michigan’s mysterious man-beast: the Nain Rouge, which translates as Red Dwarf, on account of (a) their hair color; and (b) their size (or, in this case, their distinct lack of size).

As the article notes, sightings and stories of the creature date back centuries, and there’s an intriguing, personal encounter told by the writer of the article himself.

For people interested in the Littlefoot phenomenon as much as Bigfoot, this makes for interesting and relevant reading.

David Claerr’s first encounter with the Nain Rouge: Bigfoot’s Bizarre Cousin Sighted in Michigan.

Nick Redfern About Nick Redfern
Punk music fan, Tennents Super and Carlsberg Special Brew beer fan, horror film fan, chocolate fan, like to wear black clothes, like to stay up late. Work as a writer.

2 Responses to “Encounters With the Demon of the Straits”

  1. flame821 responds:

    Perhaps it is just the image that accompanies this article, but it sounds like a baboon or an orangutan. Although we certainly don’t have an established colony of them here in North America and apparently these sighting have been going on for 2-3 hundred years.

    His information about the ‘stump pose’ makes the ‘invisible gorilla’ videos from the other day much more compelling. After all, most humans avoid the strange and unusual and ignore it if at all possible. If you have the option of thinking you saw a stump or that you saw a crouched slightly contorted hairy primate, what will most people’s minds assume? The information about the gait changes are extremely interesting as well.

  2. mandors responds:

    Well, assuming, arguendo, that Bigfoots (feet?) exist, then they will have young. Perhaps, these could be the source of the sightings.

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