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Wednesday, July 13, 2022

"Bigfoot in the forest" by dredfunn

Monsters Everywhere

There seems to be a growing desire by "researchers" and "documentaries" to label all bigfoot and all sasquatch as monsters.

Every publicized report seems to have "monster" in the title and they emphasis how frightened the witnesses were. Even if they weren't.

The alleged "documentaries" are even worse.

One of the favorite topics right now is the Dyatlov Pass Incident in Russia back  in 1959.

The original "documentary" writers and producers cherry-picked the facts and manufactured the story of a yeti killing a group of hikers. [ Russian Yeti: The Killer Lives; Discover Channel, 2014]. They took a photo of one of the hikers emerging from a tree line and labeled it a photo of a yeti. They chose certain elements of the landscape and certain damages to the bodies and ascribed it all to a yeti attack.

And now more "documentaries" and TV series are being made mouthing the same lies and misconceptions.

And there are some series out there that take an actual encounter and then change and twist the event to create a "monster story". I've talked with some of the people who have shared their encounter stories with producers and writers of those shows. They regret doing so as their story is now forever misrepresented and misinterpreted.

It's sad.

But let's not just get irritated or angry over these travesties of truth. Let's do what we should always do. No matter the source.


Mushroom hunter - Michael Wawrzyniec
Ask others if they have sources if we can't find them.

Dig as deep as you can to discover what may have happened.

And keep an open mind.

There is what really happened.

And what is being reported.




"I'll spark the thought; what you do with it is up to you."
 "Those that know, need no further proof. Those that don't, should not demand it from others, but seek it for themselves."

This Post By TCC Team Member Nancy Marietta. Nancy has had a lifelong interest in the paranormal and cryptids. Nancy is also a published author and her book, The Price of war, has been met with great reviews.

[Please Note: Sadly Nancy passed away at the first of January, 2022. We will continue to honor her and her research by sharing her work. RIP Nancy. -Thomas]

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1 comment:

  1. Most people who waste their lives sitting on the couch have to have "monsters" on the TV or computer screen to get perked up. Those of us who spend our lives outdoors get perked up at everything we see, all day every day.

    "Monsters". If you are a milkweed plant, a Monarch butterfly caterpillar is a monster. Because it eats you. If you are a caterpillar, a Mockingbird is a monster. Because it eats you. If you are a Mockingbird, a Cooper's Hawk is a monster. The Great Horned Owl is the hawk's monster. The owl's monster is man.

    Man? Well, other than the occasional shark or bear that takes one of us out, the couch-riders are looking to create monsters in their mind for their jollies. And savvy TV producers know how to play that game.

    To this lifelong outdoorsperson, the real threats ("monsters", if you will) are viruses and bacteria -- things we can't even see naked eye.


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