Archive for the “Evidence”

Saskatchewan Sasquatch Caught on Camera?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 7th, 2018

It looks like a bear when on all fours, but then it stands up!

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Wild Thing: A-C-G-T Spells B-G-F-T

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 6th, 2018

Everywhere you go, you leave bits of yourself behind and Bigfoot is no different. But now, those DNA droppings are easier than ever to analyze, making it possible to identify a species, even without a body. We’ll talk to Dr. Todd Disotell, a molecular primatologist at NYU and a regular on Spike TV’s $10 Million Bigfoot Bounty, about the magic of DNA analysis and what it might mean for Bigfoot.

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Wild Thing: Bob Gimlin

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 24th, 2018

Bob Gimlin is half of the famous duo that was there that day in 1967, when the Patterson-Gimlin film was shot. Despite years of ridicule and harassment, he stands by his story. Now, fifty years after that fateful day, he sits down to tell us about what happened and the fallout he experienced.

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Wild Thing: The Evidence

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 16th, 2018

Let’s look at the evidence. There are footprints and sounds, grainy pictures, and the notorious Patterson-Gimlin film—that shaky 1967 video of a big, hairy beast striding through the forest. But how well does it hold up? We hear from a variety of people—the skeptics and the certain—who make their case for what evidence is out there. How much of it stands up to scrutiny?

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Wild Thing: Distant Relative or Kissing Cousin?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 10th, 2018

Just what is Bigfoot? Descendant of ancient apes? Close human ancestor? Evolution might hold the answer to this question. Homo sapiens may rule the planet now but once upon a time, we weren’t the only hominid creatures walking around. Who’s to say that Bigfoot wasn’t—and still isn’t—among us? We talk to evolution experts and anthropologists, including Ian Tattersall, curator at the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

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Wild Thing: Grover

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 8th, 2018

Laura Krantz is a veteran public radio editor and producer. So how did she end up in the wilds of the Pacific Northwest, eyeballing some giant ground nests… that might have been made by Bigfoot? You can place the blame squarely on the shoulders of a guy named Grover. He was a tenured professor of anthropology at Washington State University and one of world’s preeminent experts on Sasquatch. And it turns out that Grover is also Laura’s long-lost cousin. How could she not do a story about this guy?

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The ‘Wild Thing’ podcast is like ‘Serial’ for Sasquatches

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 5th, 2018

For more than a year, Laura Krantz searched for Sasquatches and the people who love them. She tromped through the Pacific Northwest looking for Bigfoot nests, frequented Sasquatch-enthusiast chat rooms, and talked to scientists about how DNA testing may be able to be used to help prove — or at least explain — the hairy fella’s existence.

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Michigan Fisherman Takes Photograph of Juvenile Bigfoot Stalking Him

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 12th, 2018

Jack, while on a fishing trip Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in Northern Michigan with his father had his cellphone with him when he was being watched by a juvenile Bigfoot.

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2018 Texas Bigfoot Conference

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 6th, 2018

Michael and Diana Esordi of googz & co have designed and created some really cool merchandise for the upcoming 2018 Texas Bigfoot Conference coming up October 20th in Jefferson, TX.

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The Devil’s Creek

Posted by: DatusPerry on September 4th, 2018

A couple purchases a house, only to find that what they thought was their dream home would soon become a nightmare. The Devil’s Creek is a documentary about this fascinating and confounding story.

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So, Why Do People Believe In Bigfoot Anyway?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 19th, 2018

Relatively few people, in or out of the field of science, believe in Bigfoot. A purported Bigfoot sighting would likely be met with the same level of credulity as a discovery of Casper, Elvis, Tupac, or Santa Claus. With only 16 percent of Americans Bigfoot believers, you might just write them off as crazy. But contrary to popular assumption, folklore experts say, Bigfoot believers may not be as irrational as you’d think.

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Does Science Benefit From the Search for Sasquatch?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 3rd, 2018

So if history shows that science can potentially benefit from examining cryptozoological findings, why is that so many scientists are still adamantly against the practice?

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The Man, The Myth, and The Legend of Grover Krantz

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 29th, 2018

In the early 1990s in Sequim, Washington, on the heavily forested Olympic Peninsula, anthropologist Grover Krantz was building a helicopter to search for Sasquatch. He ordered the kit from some guy in the Midwest and spent several years trying to assemble it. He hoped the craft would provide the aerial view necessary to locate and retrieve a Bigfoot carcass.

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Zanzibar Leopard Captured on Camera, Despite Being Declared Extinct

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 8th, 2018

The Zanzibar leopard was officially declared extinct 25 years ago, but the classification has been called into question after a wildlife biologist caught the elusive predator on camera.

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Monster Week returns to Animal Planet Memorial Day Weekend

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 25th, 2018

Monster Week returns to Animal Planet next with all-new expeditions in search of the mysterious and unknown; a monster party packed with all types of monsters, including monsters from the forest, monsters from far way islands and monsters from the deep. The week-long celebration will unlock mysteries about animals and creatures rumored to exist, using new technologies, experts, the latest findings and people engaging like never before. MONSTER WEEK will feature a trio of hosts – Rhys Darby (Flight of the Conchords, Jumanji), Dan Schreiber and Buttons – from popular podcast The Cryptid Factor, who will add their expert insight and humor as they celebrate all things cryptid.

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