Friday, September 12, 2008

The Anomalist on Crypto

The Anomalist has highlighted some excellent crypto-posts today, and here they are:

Seneca Sasquatch Cryptomundo. In a conversation about Bigfoot with an engineer who has worked for DuPont for 17 years, Loren Coleman learns that reports of Bigfoot are still coming in from Seneca, Illinois. But, he says, "What I learned that I haven’t seen in the usual reviews of this is that the actual concentrated area of the sightings is a former TNT manufacturing area for DuPont..." Just like the Mothman sightings in Point Pleasant, West Virginia.

Also, listen to a just-posted interview with Adam Davies, author of Extreme Expeditions, about the latest findings on the Russian Bigfoot in More SUPER MEGA EXTREME Expeditions with Adam Davies!!!

Ness 'Hum' Saga is a Global Issue Highland News. Some people around Loch Ness have reported hearing a strange hum. They insist they are not just Loch Ness hunter hunters losing their marbles. The story also features the work of University of Oklahoma geologist David Demming and a link to his excellent paper on the subject which appeared in the Journal of Scientific Exploration.


cryptidsrus said...

The "hum" at Loch Ness appears to be similar to te infamous "hum" heard in Sedona, New Mexico regularly. Underground bases???
What the heck is going on here???

cryptidsrus said...

Stewart Swerdlow, who is basically a David Icke-like "reptilian" guy, says it is Government-related. Meh.

Nick Redfern said...


There's a lot of fortean weirdness at Loch Ness - ghosts, MIB, UFOs, black-dogs, and now this!

Have you read any of Andy Colvin's "Mothman's Photographer" books? They're pretty good and he digs into the Govt angle.

I'm more intrigued by the way Andy ties it to the "Garuda." I've written the intro for his forthcoming, third book in the series, which is a good one.

cryptidsrus said...

I'll definitely try reading it one of the Photographer books...
Interesting stuff.