Too good to be true, but it is true! A Bigfoot Chia Pet. You know I have to get one. Could Mothman, Nessie and Lizard Man Chias be next? One can hope.
Saturday, April 30, 2016
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Nick Redfern has an item at Mysterious Universe on hairy giants in British Columbia. This story goes back to the 1930s. Not just Sasquatch (the hairy giants) but government knowledge of the creatures:
Bigfoot, “Government Agents,” And “Giants” | Mysterious Universe: Back in the mid-1950s, a highly unusual and brief account of a cryptozoological nature surfaced. It came from one C.S. Lambert. The subject matter? The world’s most famous man-beast. We’re talking about Bigfoot, of course. In 1954, Lambert commented on his knowledge of very strange activity not too far from the Canadian city of Vancouver, British Columbia. It was activity which reportedly occurred almost two decades earlier, in 1935. ~ Nick Redfern, Mysterious Universe
Sunday, April 17, 2016
Prolific Nick Redfern (really, we all should say hard working, because many of us are as prolific in our ideas, we aren't just as diligent and hard working as Nick) shares a bit of TV history regarding Bigfoot and UFOs.
Bigfoot, UFOs And The Bionic Man | Mysterious Universe: The 1970s was the one period, more than any other, in which the monster-hunting community focused on the controversial Bigfoot/UFO connection. Or, depending on your perspective, the lack of connection. Indeed, today, the vast majority of Bigfoot investigators are highly intolerant of the idea that there might be a link between cryptid apes and aliens. Although, I definitely recommend Stan Gordon’s 2010 book, Silent Invasion, which is an excellent study of Bigfoot and Fortean high-strangeness in 1970s-era Pennsylvania. And, it was also in the seventies that the fascination for the UFO-Bigfoot link spilled over into the domain of fiction. ~ (Nick Redfern, Mysterious Universe
Saturday, April 9, 2016
The Coast to Coast site has a report on an Ohio cemetery that removed a statue of Bigfoot because it was "offensive."
Cemetery Removes 'Offensive' Bigfoot Memorial - Coast to Coast AM: An Ohio family is coping with another round of heartbreak after the cemetery where their son is buried removed a Bigfoot statue at his grave because it was deemed offensive.
Trevor Zuniga passed away from muscular dystrophy this past January and, as a tribute to his love of Bigfoot, his family placed a large statue of the creature at his grave.
"It was just like so perfect, you couldn't have found anything more perfect for Trevor," his mother told WFMJ Ohio. (more at Coast to Coast.com)