Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Crazy Bears!

Here's an interesting post over at The Anomalist today:

Crazy Bears and UFOs Alien Seeker News. Some years ago, James C. Wyatt of Memphis, Tennessee, sent author Brad Steiger a copy of his grandfather's journal, dated 1888, which contained some startling entries, written in straightforward fashion, which, if interpreted literally, may indicate an association between Bigfoot-type creatures and UFOs. The grandfather was told by Native Americans at the time that "Crazy Bear," as they called the Bigfoot-like creature, had been brought to the "Big Woods" from the stars.


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cryptidsrus said...

Excellent link and article, Nick.

Gotta look at Seieger's site more often.

Fits in with the idea that all anomalous sightings like these may be "ultraterrestrial" in origin.

John Keel must be smiling somewhere. This story is welcome relief from the "Body" fiasco.
It really is. Well, all we can do is "fight on."

Cool link, again.

Nick Redfern said...

Cool, many thanks!!

Yeah, it's one of those areas of the subiect that's highly controversial; but definitely intriguing too...

cryptidsrus said...

BTW, Nick:
Lesley has a nice post on The Debris Field ragsrding the "Body" brouhaha...March 20 post.

Reagan Lee linked to it. I especially like the opinion that this will not hurt Bigfoot research necessarily. I do disagree withe Beavis and Butthead characterization. Call me somewhat "compassionate." Their careers are over. And their names sullied forever. That's punishment enough for me. Same for Biscardi.

Just thought you'd like the commentary.

Nick Redfern said...

Thanks for the comments, C, and I'll definitely take a look at Lesley's post.