Sunday, June 30, 2013
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Tim Marczenko says he wasn’t growing pot, he was searching for Bigfoot | Posted Toronto | National Post
Tim Marczenko says he wasn’t growing pot, he was searching for Bigfoot | Posted Toronto | National Post: A Toronto man claims he was harassed for walking through thick brush in Durham region by a police officer who accused him of being a pot grower.
Tim Marczenko denies the claim, saying he wasn’t growing dope, he was investigating sightings of Bigfoot.
“He asked me, ‘What are you doing out here?’ I told him I was investigating a Bigfoot report and he said, ‘Wow, you’re a terrible liar,’ ” said Mr. Marczenko. ” ‘I know it sounds crazy but I’m not lying about it,’ I said. He kept telling me I was lying about the situation.”
Monday, June 24, 2013
This is what I live for; UFOs and cryptids. Researcher Stan Gordon is tonight's guest on Coast to Coast, with host George Noory.UFOs and Cryptozoology - Shows - Coast to Coast AMUFOs and Cryptozoology - Shows - Coast to Coast AM
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Three experts disagree on bonding with a sasquatch - Three experts disagree on bonding with a sasquatch: Members
Very nice article. Arla Williams posted on FB that she did not say BF aren't human, as was reported in the article. Three experts disagree on bonding with a sasquatch - Three experts disagree on bonding with a sasquatch: Members
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Recent Yowie sighting. Thanks to Anomalist for link.
Yowie sighted at Bexhill - witness asks to stay anonymous | Northern Star: CALL it what you will: A Yeren, a Yeti or a Yowie, but the fact remains that people the world over keep seeing these big hairy buggers lurking in the night.
The latest sighting took place recently just north of Bexhill when a Lismore resident and music videographer spied the classic creature crossing a moonlit Bangalow Road.
Monday, June 17, 2013
Friday, June 7, 2013
From Bizarre Bigfoot, a classically fringe Bigfoot narrative:
"Displaced Bigfoot | Bizarre Bigfoot: We moved in when I was two and by age four or five I considered Sasquatch a part of life and no different than racoons. They are around but meant and did not mean any harm.
I would see one most often when looking out my bedroom window from age 5 on. My mother loved my father and dealt with the area because of that she hated the area and grew up in the city she had one option to avoid boredom that being learning to garden. I remember watching as one would come to the garden and take her crops. She was funny because she did not care and the idea was to pass time not harvest the crops.?