How did the light affect the sighting?
How did the light affect the sighting?
He is a gift-giver supposed to flit about Norfolk on the 13th February (Valentine's Eve). He is not quite in the league of Santa Claus, sometimes leaving useless presents, sometimes useful ones.
Is it an ape?
Its importance in Bigfoot studies.
Huge creature pursued by helicopter.
Child calls it a "cowman".
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New bug discovered in Africa.
It's named after a fictional enemy of Godzilla.
First instalment of new show.
Knowing they can assist him!
Also known as the Wellston Werewolf. (Video)
Caught on camera.
Known as the Corrie Creature.
The Richard Jenkyns sighting.
Uri Gellar thinks they are.
She was tied up in forest.
An extraordinary story.
In Russian folklore, a small being living in the house.
Another article on this subject.
Newspaper article from 1927.
It is uncertain if King Arthur, who was said to have led the Ancient Britons (ancestors of the Welsh, Cornish and Bretons) against the Anglo-Saxons (ancestors of the English) ever really existed. However, he was credited with a dog called Cafall, which actually means "horse", perhaps an indication of his size. What breed would he have been?
Mountain Monsters may have two Bigfoot to find.
The one found in Pennsylvania.
A look at this famous story.
Is the photograph genuine?
of Shuker article on Phantom Kangaroos.
Does this creature exist?
How the Great Sea Serpent impinged on Victorian culture.
It is hoped that breeding will bring back this extinct bovid.
Pike in Swedish legend.
Looks at a number of cases. (Video)
Story from North Carolina.
What's the word from northern Ontario?
Some think it is.
Spotted by pilot. (Video)
Named after campus pub in Houston.
The origin of the effigy is a mystery.
Nothing like inter-species cooperation.
All in South-East Asia.
Newspaper report from 1873.
This goes back to 1877. A "wild man" (?last of the Wodewoses?) tried to kidnap the wife of a local farmer. He was shot at, which dissuaded him from his purpose. There have been various stories of Bigfoot like creatures in England, but the country is not big enough to sustain a breeding population. This wild man may have been simply an unkempt individual or an interdimensional traveler.
This article calls it a Sasquatch, but, as it is sometimes reputed to wear clothes, I'm not sure that this is a valid interpretation.
Now he will publish a book of them that he has compiled. One Bigfoot he saw became transparent, then vanished.
A legend of a female ghost, sometimes accompanied by a skeleton.
Only clue is its footprints.
But why is the Harley Hoffman video obscure?
The Kandahar Giant of Afghanistan.
Is there a dragon in Iowa? (Video)
A Kentucky monster. (Video)
A strange beast seen after nightfall in Iowa.
Said to be in Devil's Lake. (Video)
Tracked and observed.
A report from Paul Seaburn.
Latest webcam episode from the CFZ.
Are they really there?
Discovery of bizarre invertebrate.
Was there a cover-up?
There are probably many more.
Mentioned in 18th Century diary.
What is this extraordinary creature?
The Indians have their own lore of Bigfoot-type creatures.
A newspaper considers this question.
Catfish in South America can reach a huge size, as Roosevelt was to learn.
Could there be a Bigfoot-UFO connection?
The following account of a boy who claimed to be able to visit the fairy realm and who is an historical character who lived into old age, and people still remembered him as an old man in 1859.
His name was Johnny Williamson and he would visit the fairies. On one occasion, having done so, he emerged from a hole in a peat bank. He said the fairies were "his folks". He was known as the Boy of Borgue.
Source: L. Henderson and E.J. Cowan Scottish Fairy Belief East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 2002, pp. 58-59.
This is an American cryptid, but they are also reputed to occur in Scandinavia. Ireland,where there are no snakes, features instead the Hoop Eel in its folklore.
This was a strange doglike animal, perhaps a jackal, observed in Kent, where it attacked sheep. It was first reported from Tonbridge in 1904, later from Sevenoaks. Several of the witnesses (which were numerous) took shots at it. Its identity was never certainly discovered.