Here at the CFZ, and with surprising regularity, we receive reports that without doubt concern one of the most controversial aspects of Cryptozoology: namely, British-based Bigfoot reports. Of course, with Britain being such a small country, such reports are often ignored, and relegated to the world of hoaxing and mis-identification. Nevertheless, in many cases, it's very clear that something is going on, and people are seeing something. The big question is: what?
And with that same question in mind, I have set up a new CFZ-crypto blog that will run alongside this one: Man-Beast U.K. However, whereas There's Something in the Woods will continue to focus upon all aspects of cryptozoology and the work of the CFZ, Man-Beast U.K. will solely address the issue of Bigfoot in Britain.
As I say at the new blog:
"Are creatures that broadly fit the description of the North American Bigfoot, the Yeti of the Himalayas, and the Yowie of Australia really roaming the woods, mountains and forests of Britain? Are they physical animals? Do they have paranormal origins? Or can the reports be relegated to the realms of mistaken identity, folklore, fantasy and mythology? Man-Beast U.K. is designed to (a) answer these questions and (b) provide you with the biggest online resource for data, news, reviews, testimony, investigations, and much more on the many and varied reports relating to Bigfoot in Britain."
I've spent a couple of hours this morning loading the first batch of posts to the blog, and you can expect to see daily posts on the subject (yes, there really are that many reports available for study) from next week onwards.
Here's the link for Man-Beast U.K.