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In the following podcast, Dr. John and co hosts Robin McCray, Janice Carter and Devin Tait talk about the new upcoming series of Bigfoot Town Hall meetings. The meetings will also have an educational portion with several noted instructors. There are other things if you have an interest in Bigfoot, that might interest you as well.

To learn more about how this all works and get more information, check out the podcast below.

Okay, so I'm looking over an event that was taking place fairly close to me. It seemed like it could be a cool event with lots of activities for the whole family. I had never heard of the people putting it on or of any reports from this general area. I'm all for these events that offer family fun and a chance to learn about bigfoot. Many of these events are also very good for our local communities. It brings people into our area and while they are here they spend money and learn about our towns.

As most people know small towns like the ones in my area have struggled financially over the last several years. In our area coal was/is our main industry. The war on coal really hurt many small towns like mine.

Welcome to episode 28 of My Crypto World. In this episode I give some information about two upcoming Free Bigfoot events and give various updates  as to what is going on in my crypto world.

This is rather a short episode but hopefully it has some information that interest you.

Here is the video

The Tragedy Of Incidents Not Reported
By Dorraine Fisher

I’ve now been around cryptozoology and the paranormal long enough to have heard hundreds of very strange stories. Not just bigfoot, ghost, and UFO stories, but stories of other strange incidents that couldn’t be explained away by normal means. And it’s not my first thought to believe the people telling these stories are simply crazy or delusional. Many people I talk to are traumatized and/or experiencing some kind of post-traumatic stress from the incidents they witness. So the experiences were real enough to them to cause them emotional distress. And most feel some kind of shame or fear of ridicule if they DO actually decide to tell their story. And this is what I’d like to point out here; the tragedy of all this that is less obvious to most people.

Many of these stories I hear that people think are unique to them and have never happened to anyone else, are often similar or nearly identical to other stories I’ve heard before or am familiar with from other sources. Meaning these stories are not unique at all. The same things have happened to other people, and often they’ve happened to more people than we realize.

Krampus: "Just give me the names, fat man"

For as long as I can remember we've all heard about Santa and his list of naughty and nice little boys and girls. We were told that naughty little boys and girls get a lump of coal for Christmas, or nothing at all. But over the years the legend of Krampus has grown here in the United States and North America in general. While some may have already been aware of Krampus, the tale has grown over the years thanks to movies and social media.

I had never heard of Krampus while growing up. But now the pairing of Santa Clause and Krampus seems to be a common occurrence. I guess it might add an extra incentive for children to be good and well behaved. After all one would want to avoid the dreaded naughty list.

For those who may not know, or those who would like more details, the rest of the post will deal with the legend and history of Krampus.

This time of year there are a lot of different events and conventions. I try to highlight some of them from time to time. The Woodbooger Festival is one I have chosen to talk about today. There is a whole slew of events and other activities scheduled at this years Woodbooger festival. The event will take place on October 14th and 15th at Flag Rock Recreational area in Norton, Virginia.

If you are like a lot of us, you are on a budget. Well good news! The admission to Woodbooger Fest is a mere $3. Yes, only $3!

Here is a look at some scheduled events and times. 

3:00 PM—MOUNTAIN BIKE RIDE (only Saturday, Oct. 15th)
4:00 PM—SALAMANDER HIKE (only Saturday, Oct. 15th)
5:00 PM—KAYAK RIDES (Both days)
6:30 PM—GUIDED WALKS BEGIN​ (Both days)

There will also be food vendors, craft vendors, hay rides, games, and much more.

If you would like more information, you can check out the Woodbooger Fest website and facebook page.

Website: Woodbooger Fest
Facebook Page : Woodbooger Fest FB Page

Please note, I'm not affiliated with the event but wanted to promote it. I know many times these types of things slip by people who would like to attend. This event sounds like a fun one and the price is more than reasonable.

If you attend this event, drop us a line and let us know how you liked it.


This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.

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