Monday, July 28, 2008

Crypto Various

Having been offline for the last few days, there's a few things to report, so I figured the best thing to do would be to place them all in one post - and here it is!

First, there's yet more Big Cat activity in the vicinity of Britain's Cannock Chase woods; then there's this on the recent "Yeti hair" developments; third, we have Loren Coleman with a fascinating post on Steller's Sea Ape; and don't miss Binnall of America on Black-Dogs.

Moving on, there's an interesting story on an alleged Brazilian werewolf.
And we have the following from The Anomalist:

"Sasquatch Sighting Has Grassy Narrows in a Buzz Kenora Daily & Miner. Two berry picking women spotted a tall, lanky, hairy humanoid and ran to tell others. Footprints were then found, large footprints with six toes. Casts were made of the prints. The incident took place Tuesday in Kenora, Ontario, Canada. With photo. At Cryptomundo, there's more on this report, including representative drawings, in New Ontario Sasquatch Track Find, and there's more on the July 2, 2000, Bigfoot encounter near the Oregon Caves in New Video: Matt Johnson's Bigfoot Encounter."

Ogopogo is in the news again; and Lisa Shiel discusses her Top 5 Controversies in Bigfoot Research.


cryptidsrus said...

Great information coming from Cannock Chase Woods about black panthers. We may hit the jackpot yet.

Interesting Sasquatch sighting too.

Nick Redfern said...

Yeah, the Cannock Chase is a positive menagerie for beasts!

cryptidsrus said...


Did you see what washed up near Montauk Island, New York???

Go to Cryptomundo!!!

Freaky, freaky, freaky.

And it is NOT a turtle.

Montauk---as in the "experiments" many years ago???

My blood freezes over.

Nick Redfern said...

Yeah, I saw that at Cryptomundo - very weird! There seems to be a mixture of views from something exotic to something normal but decomposed. Hopefully, we'll know more soon.

Kate Fisher said...

Not sure if this is the right place for my post but has anyone ever heard of Bigfoot sightings in Plumas County (Northern CA). We are right in the middle of Plumas National Forest and therefore meet the basic terrain criteria at least.