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The Myakka Skunk Ape

In December 2000, the Sarasota County Sheriff's Department received an anonymous letter from a woman that enclosed two photographs.

The letter expressed her concerns over the apparent Orangutan [so declared by her husband] that was raiding the apples from her porch on a nightly basis. Not knowing yet just what was taking her apples, and when she realized it was back, she stepped out into the yard with her camera. She was shooting blindly in the dark, not being able to see exactly where the animal was hiding in the palmettos.

The Logan-Union Counties (OHIO) Bigfoot Flap Of 1980

The month of June in 1980 was marked by a series of sightings by several individuals of a large hair-covered being that frightened and intrigued the residents of that area.

Five people came forward willing to make public statements to law enforcement and to radio, TV, or newspapers. The people and dates of experiences are :

Tuesday, June 17th : Patrick Poling
Thursday, June 19th : Thomas Quay
Thursday, June 19th : Ray Quay
Tuesday, June 24th : Donna Riegler
Thursday, June 26th : Larry  Ramey

"Mundos Propios" artwork from janonomar.blogspot

THE GUGWE - Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Dogman, Legend

Recorded sightings of this creature, the Gugwe, go back to the early 1900s.

Modern versions describe it as a bigfoot-like creature with a canine-like snout, ranging from 6 to 7 foot tall. Some say it's features are more baboon-like. It is said to be very aggressive and some think that when sighted it has been misidentified as werewolf-like creatures, or the dogman.

Now let's look at the original Native tales.

Mount St. Helens
The aftermath

Conspiracy Theory - Mount St. Helens Bodies

Conspiracy theories abound in any genre and the bigfoot community is no different. I've thought about the Mount St. Helens conspiracy theory for awhile now. And now I'll ready to discuss what I've found and what I think so far.

First, let's set the scene with what happened May 18, 1980. We know a volcano erupted. Ash and boulders as big as buildings were blown up into the sky to come raining down on the earth. There were massive streams of mud and silt that had speeds of up to 70 mph that destroyed everything in their paths. There was a landslide, the largest debris avalanche in recorded history, that swept north down the mountain, with most of it turning to the west. It traveled as far as 14 miles down the valley of the North Fork Toutle River. It removed Mount St. Helens northern flank. The eruption removed nearly 1000 feet of the cone. The landslide triggered a lateral blast which devastated an area nearly 19 miles from west to east and more than 12 1/2 miles northward from the former summit. Six miles from the summit there were virtually no trees remaining from what was once a dense forest. Over a billion dollars worth of destruction. Fifty-seven people died.

Bigfoot Hit - Hair Sample Saved

Today I'm sharing and saving, an older news report about a clump of hair left on a trailer after the people driving hit what they think was a bigfoot. 

One of the reason I wanted to preserve this report is that it is very similar to a local report from my area, of a woman who hit a bigfoot. 

Here is the news clip with some commentary

Snow Walker Video

Today I'm sharing an old video enhancement/breakdown I did almost 10 years ago. But in this post there will be more information and pictures to go along with the short video.

This footage was made insanely popular about 10 years ago when it was ran on the Fact or Faked TV show. The footage was and still is intriguing after all these years. Some say it is a total hoax and others say it is real. I kind of fall in the middle and will share some more thoughts after the video.

Here is the video

Sighting Depiction by Thomas Marcum

Sighting Report From Montgomery County

I recently got in a sighting report submitted of a possible bigfoot sighting in Montgomery County Kentucky. 

In 1796, Montgomery became the 22nd county created by the Kentucky Legislature. It was named for General Richard Montgomery, an Irishman who ​was killed in the first volley of the attack on Quebec in 1775. Montgomery County is located in the Outer Bluegrass region of the state. The elevation in the county ranges from 707 to 1447 feet above sea level. In 2000 the county population was 22,554 in a land area of 198.59 square miles.

Here is the report

Understanding Cryptozoology

Bernard Heuvelmans founded the International Society of Cryptozoology (ISC) in 1982. As a philosopher of science, he never questioned whether Cryptozoology was properly a ParaScience or a pseudoscience.

Heuvelmans was a Belgian/French scientist, explorer, researcher and writer. He was born in Le Havre in northwestern France in 1916 and was raised in Belgium. He earned a doctorate in Zoology from the Free University of Brussels at the age of 23. Heuvelmans had been interested in zoological oddities for some time but he credits a 1948 Saturday Evening Post article by Ivan T. Sanderson with inspiring him to become deeply determined to explore more fully his interest in unknown animals. He wrote a book "On the track of Unidentified Animals" in 1955, published in two volumes. It has been translated into over 20 languages. Heuvelmans wrote many other books and articles, only a few of which have been translated into English. His works sold well among general audiences but saw little attention from mainstream scientists and experts.

Early Morning Bigfoot Trip

The weather has been very nice for this time of year, but on this particular morning it was rather cold. No snow, no high winds, so it was a good time to make another trip out in the mountains.

I started out my day by getting into the woods very early. I wanted to head out to my gifting spot, check it out and explore the area. I normally don't get much action this time of year and my theory on this is that the trees are bare, in winter, so the bigfoot pull back deeper in the woods. I do still get tracks and sometimes a few tree breaks or structures. 

Bigfoot Research Trip

Normally this time of year I don't get a chance to get out in the woods due to the weather being harsh. I don't particularly like the cold temperatures anymore. But recently we have had some unusually warm days and I was able to spend a few hours out in the mountains.

The area I chose to go into is one where I have researched for years with good results. It had been roughly a months since I had been in this particular area. I was hopeful that I could find something but it had rained hard the previous night.

Bigfoot and UFOs in Pennsylvania - Part 2

October 25, 1973 - The most puzzling and most detailed encounters.

Stan Gordon became involved n the aftermath of this encounter. A State Trooper at Uniontown called him, telling him of the combination UFO landing/creature sighting. Gordon and members from the Study Group (Dennis Smeltzer, Fred Pitt, David Smith, George Lutz) arrived at the scene sometime between 1 and 1:30 am. Here is the story they were told:

The main witness, Steve Palmer, told them that around 9 pm he saw a UFO land in a pasture on his father's farm. The UFO was described as a large red ball. In all there were 15 witnesses by the time the whole thing ended. After seeing this red ball land, Palmer got a 30.06 rifle and with two neighbor boys drove towards the area. They then parked and approached closer on foot.

Artist concept, not an actual photo

Bigfoot and UFOs in Pennsylvania - Part 1

One of the most puzzling and also annoying encounters in the bigfoot world involves the UFO/Bigfoot sightings in Pennsylvania.  Some of those from the "Woo" Faction embrace the incidents as part of their proof;  while the Flesh and Blooders, unable to salvage much from the experiences, tend to dismiss them.

Hundreds of people reported encounters from around 1968, with 1973 bringing an increase in reports. One of the things that make the Flesh and Blooders grind their teeth were the descriptions of the  creatures, which included pointed ears high at the top of the head, with the head being wide and flat on top. Long, pointed fangs were reported. Arms were said to hang below the knees and they had large brightly glowing eyes. 

Not an actual photo of William Roe

The William Roe Story

How different the history of Bigfoot would be if William Roe had only owned or borrowed a movie camera back in 1955.

Roe was working on a highway near the small town of Tete Jaune Cache in British Columbia, about 80 miles west of Jasper, Alberta. In October he decided to climb five miles up Mica Mountain to where an old abandoned mine was located. He reached the mine around 3 pm after an easy climb. Coming out of some brush into a clearing, he was surprised to see what he took for a grizzly bear on the other side of the clearing.

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