Thursday, October 2, 2014

"Jacobs Creature" Spotted at Bluff Creek


Wow! Jamie S. of the Bluff Creek project recently shared this photograph of what looks a lot like the Jacobs creature from Pennsylvania. This familiar shape of the creature does give some credence to the possibility that the Jacobs creature was probably a bear cub. Here's a close up of the photo above:

Did Rictor Riolo Catch a Bigfoot on FLIR? Listen To His Podcast And See For Your Self


Is that a Bigfoot on FLIR? After Hours with Rictor talks about their recent bigfoot expedition into the Sierras at Justin Smeja's kill site.  FLIR activity, foot prints, strange noises, and law enforcement all in this Bigfoot webcast!

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Top 5 Incredible Photos From Mulder's World [10/1/2014]

Read more: 13,300-year-old spear made from a woolly rhino horn found on Arctic island

Here are some fascinating photographs from MuldersWorld.com, the front page of the strange and unexplained:

The "Cloaked Bigfoot" Encounter Investigation Continues


"Barb and Gabby" continue to put the pieces together of the events that took place that day when some strange anomaly was caught on video while they and a group were out in the field. Was it a cloaked bigfoot? Watch this video to find out what all took place surrounding the event.

Seek Thermal Is a Device That Works on Both Android and iPhone


Are you are afraid of the dark? Well. You don't have to be afraid anymore. Seek Thermal is a brand new device that will attach to just about any phone, whether it's an iPhone or an Android, it should work on all. The Seek Thermal was created by some engineers who left FLIR a while back ago to start their own company, and it looks like this device is even cheaper than the FLIR ONE. For under $200, here's a device that weighs only 0.5 ounces and creates true thermal images with a resolution of 206 x 156. It comes with a free app from Google Play and the App Store. The Seek Thermal camera is available now for $199 at thermal.com. It will be available at Amazon and major national retail stores later this fall. Check out the demo below:

Loren Coleman's Top Ten Reasons for Hoaxing Cryptids


When it comes to bigfoot, we know people love to hoax. For us that believe, it's a thorn in our side, and it happens all the time! World famous Cryptozoologist and author, Loren Coleman, dishes out his top ten reasons why people try to pull cryptozoology hoaxes.

OMG, That's A Lot of Walruses!


The Pacific walrus has a problem. They can't find sea ice to rest on in the Arctic waters they call home, so they are having to come ashore in Alaska. And they are doing it in record numbers. Just recently a group of approximately 35,000 walruses were photographed. Around 50 carcasses were left behind of individuals that died in the coastal stampede.

Wow, I Didn't Know Japan Had Its Very Own Lake Monster


Meet Issie, Nessie's Asian cousin, and Japan's very own and beloved lake monster.

Kelly Shaw: Loggers Harassed by Bigfoot in Ghost Town of Deadwood


Here's another fascinating story from Kelly Shaw. There's a couple of theories why the Bigfoot was harassing the loggers. Perhaps he was a little irate about the fact that loggers disturbing his nice little shelter area. Or perhaps it was a territorial thing. It's a very interesting account from the in Ghost Town of Deadwood.

MONSTERS UNDERGROUND Returns to Destination America Starting Friday, Oct 10


It's now official! Our friend Bill Brock has a brand new TV show called Monsters Underground that's premiering on Destination America starting Friday, October 10th. We hate to brag, but we knew Bill Brock when he was just -- Bill Brock. Now he's the host of an awesome new show and we're going to learn a lot about the world we live in and its mysteries. Brock and his team are bad asses and we're going to be taken for a big ride this month. Here's a preview:

This Is How You Make a Glow Stick Torch From Scratch


Our friend a survival expert Jim LeBus is brilliant! In this video Jim shows how to create a fast and simple Glow Stick Torch, function and purpose. This neat way of making a Glow Stick Torch was Inspired from Shawn Kelly.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Top 5 Incredible Photos From Mulder's World [9/30/2014]

Read more: Can you find the cat in this picture? (Because I seriously can't!)

Here are some fascinating photographs from MuldersWorld.com, the front page of the strange and unexplained:

I'm Not Sure What This Thing Is In the Photo From Pennsylvania


YouTuber The Sasquatch Hunters posted a video of a trail cam photo showing something behind a tree. In a comparison shot it is not there. But I have no idea what it actually is...

The "Bigfoot" Watching Train Statue Was Created By The Creator of Rick Dyer's Hank Prop


Here's how you know that you're a great artist. Chris Russel's creation is so good that he manages to make things good enough to be believable. For example, the "Bigfoot Watching a Passing Train?" photograph that we posted about yesterday from Coast to Coast AM received a ton of attention and if it wasn't for Randy Filipovic's uber investigation skills, some people would probably think a real Bigfoot was photograph.

Raccoon Attacks Dog


No. Not really an attack. This raccoon was actually rescued by this family when it was just a baby. Redditor bigmac295 explains: "My cousin found a baby raccoon in the middle of the road about 4 months ago and decided to take care of it, it's grown up to be part of the family."

NEW Sighting from Grays Harbor, Washington!

Art by Dredfunn

Grays Harbor, Washington has yielded yet another sighting report, this time by Reddit user KeredYojepop. The following is direct from their posting about the sighting. Warning, there is some adult language used.

Is This a Bigfoot Driving These Dogs Crazy?


Oh Junk! Deer vs Car


Oh, Junk! This guy must be Canadian. He's either a Canadian or Mormon -- take your pick. He's unable to utter profanity, even after hitting a deer! The best he can do is: "Oh, Junk!".

Bigfoot Watching a Passing Train?


Is this a photograph of Bigfoot or a tree stump? Stories of train passengers catching a glimpse of the wildman of the woods have been told for ages, but this seems to be the first photograph of a Bigfoot taken by a train passenger. Coast to Coast AM listener Ricky B. took this image on a cell phone from a moving train near Hayden Lake, Idaho back in August. If it's not a tree stump (or a statue of some sort) it could very well be one of the most unique photograph of Bigfoot ever:

Is This the Face of Bigfoot - Part 2 [Bigfoot Illustrated]


Here's Part 2 of "Is This The Face of Bigfoot" from Dred Fun. In this video, Dred takes into account of credible sightings from the internet and translates them into an image that portrays Bigfoot as more human than ape. It's beautiful.