Grazing Cows Rush To Listen To Accordion Music

Published: February 8, 2017
Updated: February 9, 2017

Rumble > Unreal Animals

Most of us have heard of the famous children’s story about the Pied Piper. In this German folklore, there was a Pied Piper who helps lead the rats out of Hamlin, Germany with his magic flute. This story was thought to be only that, a story, but it seems that it may have some merit. Animals can be fond of many different sounds and noises, so much so that they could even get attracted to them. That is exactly the case in this video as a herd of cows come over to hear accordion music played by this man in Garmisch, Germany. It’s so crazy how they truly enjoy the music!

Who would have thought that something like this could actually happen! Looks like that old story about the Piper could have had some facts in it after all. This man is a modern day Pied Piper, albeit he is playing the accordion and is attracting cows, not rats. None the less, this makes for one entertaining and interesting video.

Have you ever seen something like this? Do you know any animals that are attracted to music or a certain instrument? Let us know down in the comment section below! Please share this video with your family and friends as it is one that should not be missed!

Well, this YouTube reco turned out to be pretty interesting. It certainly does appear that these lovely milkmaids really do like the music and listening intently to same is indeed their goal.

We learned ages ago that music is built into our genes… so… maybe music, like love, is universal!

I’d be more than willing to lay odds on it.



Best Way to Film Bigfoot? GoPro on a Dog!

Published on Mar 9, 2018

Could this be THE way to get the Bigfoot footage we’ve been waiting for? It worked once. Or twice.

GoPro: It’s Always Sunny In Walter’s World…

Possible bigfoot in Idaho!! Flying the drone around and ran across this.…

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Of course! This is one of those Doh! moments, for sure. I like this guy. Takes things for real, not for glitz… and Lawd don’t we need more of that in the world. Especially in cryptozoology, where, sad to say, even old salts can go bad after a while. ThinkerThunker’s good stuff, despite the somewhat silly name. The vids I’ve seen have been level headed and others respected have commented positively as well.

But as to the topic, yes, unreservedly so and for exactly the reason given in the vid. The bigguns likely won’t pay much mind to the dog or dogs. I don’t know about a pack, though, maybe just one or two? I am sure the big ones could get an inkling the pups are not exactly feral.

On the mounting side of things, there are good variety of great stabilizer mounts out there… maybe someone clever could figure out how to get one ported over onto a woofer nicely!



Marihuana ¬ Oscar Chavez

Published on Apr 6, 2009

Buena cancion

Pretty darn lively, eh?!

I hope it is a positive message!

Oscar Chávez Marihuana

Mario Téllez cantautor
Published on Mar 31, 2016

Final del Concierto transmitido por el canal 22-1, desde la Plaza de la República de la Cd. de México, el día 200316, festejando el cumpleaños de Oscar Chávez …


Oscar Chavez – La Marihuana

Enrique Suchiapa
Published on Mar 30, 2008

Oscar Chavez – La Marihuana




Buddy Guy & Quinn Sullivan – Strange Brew / Voodoo Chile / Sunshine of Your Love @ Westbury NY

Published on Apr 30, 2017

Buddy is 80 years young; Quinn just turned 18
Marty Sammon keyboards
Ric Jaz guitar
Tim Austin drums
Orlando J. Wright bass
Background vocals – Nassau County fans

Whoa! Future’s looking good…



Joe Bonamassa “Let Me Love You” British Blues Explosion Live

Published on Mar 16, 2018

Joe Bonamassa “Let Me Love You” British Blues Explosion Live


● Official Tickets ●

● Official Social Links ●

● Official Merchandise ●

this video is gone for some reason
Joe Bonamassa – Let Me Love You Baby – 7/5/16 Colston Hall – Bristol

Published on Jul 6, 2016

(Filmed by Natasha in 1080 HD)
Joe Bonamassa performing his British Blues Explosion Tour at Colston Hall in Bristol

Joe Bonamassa – Guitar & Vocals, Michael Rhodes – Bass, Reese Wynans – Keyboards, Anton Fig – Drums, Russ Irwin – Guitar, Keyboards, backing vocals

What a fabulous dude this dude is. Seriously.



Carolyn Wonderland “Judgement Day Blues”

Music City Roots
Published on Aug 6, 2015

Carolyn Wonderland performing “Judgement Day Blues” at Music City Roots Live From The Factory on 8.05.2015

Them’s Powerful Blues!



Absolutely it was. Bar none. But it was only a brief moment of joy.

Because today, the Communists have taken the minds of friends and family and thousands of others. I am both astounded and frightened.







Sons of Liberty – Our Dying Republic – with Lyrics

Deva Winblood
Published on Dec 20, 2009

This is my first foray into putting lyrics into a video with music. I felt Jon Schaffer’s contribution to us was something that needs to be seen and more importantly it needs to be understood. Myself and some of my family members have undertaken to put this entire album on youtube with lyrics as quickly as we can. This is my first attempt. I hope the message is heard.

(Linkage for Dark Lyrics)

[Music / Lyrics : Jon Schaffer]

All at once I felt tremendous weight
As if my chest was going to cave
The tears that fell left a stain
The world we know’s enslaved
I know it s hard to hear
You better heed the words I say
If we don’t act as one you ll see
The false prophets will betray

Our lives should define freedom
Our lives, to live in our own way
Our lives must define freedom
Or will we let them take it away?

Now awake, I face the task ahead
Will we march into bloodshed?
The Founding Fathers warned us
The coming threat, the web of debt conceals
Where are the Sons of Liberty?
Will the fascists have their way?
If we don’t act as one you’ll see
The false prophets will betray


Rise up! To define freedom
Rise up! To live in your own way
Rise up! To define freedom
Or will we let them take it away?
Liberty or tyranny?
It’s your choice to make

I just found out about this guy. And his fabulously low YouTube numbers tell a story of it being buried long ago. YouTube is, after all, compliant with any and all deep state demands. They’ll soon be adding links to Wikipedia to counter conspiracy videos. Wikipedia is ridiculous. Anyone can edit it at anytime. Even me! And I have. Another awful freedom fighter move from YouTube.


As has been noted, the world has gone insane. And it looks to me like the dark side is winning. With millions of mind controlled minions doing their work for them. Lest they be, um, tainted. Can we survive reasonably intact?

peace now… would be great.

Here’s another message that so few are aware of. This one, by the way, is a fact that each of us live out our lives under the clouds of, whether realized or not. It is simply the way it works. It being the world we live in. We allow it to continue. That is what I truly do not understand. Why is it so? Is it the ‘comfort in our misery’ thing? I am familiar with that. Aahhh, the song…

Sons of Liberty – Indentured Servitude

Published on Jul 20, 2010
Music/lyrics – Jon Schaffer

And as the weaving spiders
Spin their web of debt
Across the globe
The victims of deception will be met
Awaken now and reclaim what’s yours
Your freedom is at stake
It’s time to bite the hand that feeds
Before they seal our fate
I see a time when the sovereign states will die
And what that means to me and you
From the guise of a massive global lie
We are the pawns of indentured servitude
Awaken from the slumber
The matrix you call life
The system is a travesty
The world order lies
The only hope lies in our consensus
Not of left or right
Sever the ties of blind loyalty
And see what’s in plain sight
I see a time when the sovereign states will die
And what that means to me and you
From the guise of a massive global lie
We are the pawns of indentured servitude

It is 100% up to us.



Making the Most of Your Life: Lama Yeshe

Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive
Published on Oct 3, 2013

In Lama Yeshe’s and Lama Zopa Rinpoche’s first trip to Europe they offered a weekend seminar based on their famous month-long Kopan meditation courses. Preceded by Lama Yeshe’s lecture on meditation at Kensington Town Hall, these teachings at Royal Holloway College, Surrey, encompass the entire Buddhist path to enlightenment. Please also visit us at !

I need to find a way to make this work, to get my mind to take it in, to take all good teachings in.

Otherwise, suckage will continue.



‘Never Cry Wolf’ w/ Jc Johnson, Cryptozoologist Sun Aug 6th 5pmPT

Beyond The Strange
Published on Aug 6, 2017

Source:… Jc Johnson, considered by some to be the “Indiana Jones of Cryptozoology,” founded and leads a group of dozens of enthusiastic and determined researchers focused on a variety of strange and mysterious creatures in the Four Corners area of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. This group’s research includes Bigfoot, Giant Snakes, Living Dinosaurs, Werewolves, Dragons, Giant Birds, Pterodactyls, Centaurs, Native American “Skin Walkers”, and other cryptids frequently reported in this wild and remote region. Johnson has been a professional river and outdoor guide for more than 20 years. His experience, knowledge, attunement to nature and undying faith make him a driving force in the field of Cryptozoological and Paranormal research. Learn more about Jc at…

Rest In Peace, JC. Thank you for the dreams and inspiration. Thanks, too, for the wonderful treasure chest of works you left for us to enjoy and learn from.



David Paulides New Unexplained Disappearances That ‘Might’ Make You Avoid National Parks

Disclosed TruthTV
Published on Feb 23, 2018

Drawing upon his experience as a police officer David Paulides started searching for clues in some of the most puzzling missing persons cases of all time. Over his years of involvement with numerous search and rescue operations at several different National Parks, he had detected a trend that he couldn’t understand. A Ranger explained that during the first 7 – 10 days of a disappearance he would witness massive Search and Rescue activity and significant press coverage. Following this initial week -long effort there was almost always an immediate halt to the coverage, a discontinued search for the victims and no explanation from the search authorities. It bothered Paulides enough that he began asking questions yet he got no answers. So he conducted research. What he discovered astounded him. People of all ages have been disappearing from National Parks and Forests at an amazing rate, all under similar circumstances. Even now the Park Service refuses to follow up or keep any sort of national list and/or database of the missing people.

Never fails to get the grey matter goin’ and to send a few chills up a few spines.




John Richardson
Published on Mar 14, 2018

Samantha’s return to Callahan’s for the March “Last Stand” shows at the Venue, which is due to close at the end of March. Samantha sold out for the 2 shows on back to back nights.

Been too long…




Well, I think it’s fascinating.

That kick. So subtle, but in just the right spot.

Sad thought … maybe violence and war are a natural thing in earth lifeforms.

Why is it always so.

But hey we can have fun with the boid, yeah?




Here’s Leptoceratops gracilis, which really isn’t very gracile and is actually rather thickset and ugly in comparison to other ceratopsians. I mean look at it.

Cool thing about Leptoceratops, though, is that they were some of the last (non-avian) dinosaurs, living alongside all the old favourites like Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus, and Ankylosaurus. For a small ceratopsian with such a ‘primitive’ body plan, that’s rather unusual.

Still ugly though.

One of the earliest known dinosaurs, Herrerasaurus lived during the Late Triassic (~231 mya) in what is now Argentina, South America. It was a fairly lightly-built bipedal carnivore, with the largest specimens reaching sizes of just over 5m long (16′4″).

The exact classification of herrerasaurids is still somewhat unclear, with different analyses putting them in different positions on the early dinosaurian family tree. They’re generally considered to at least be closely related to basal theropods – but a recent analysis that reshuffles dinosaur relationships suggests their resemblance to the theropods might be a result of convergent evolution, with them being the sister group to sauropods instead.

Not sure if i ever posted this, but i found him again and i doubt i’ll have time to finish him.

Alolan exeggutor! The basic thought behind him was that the main body was an adult and the extra ‘heads’ were actually the young exeggcute before they drop off to form a cluster of their own. the ones around the main head are known to bicker with the parent body, whereas the tail dwelling ones are quite content and friendly. Basically a living dinosaur too, with the leaves being akin to camouflage feathers as they feed on things in the canopy of Alola.

They then drop off and begin their life as a cluster, their skin going pink before they go off to reach maturity.


587: Raptor (Jurassic Park)

Your camo can’t save you from Lawyers!

This concludes book monster week my lovelies! As always, feel free to suggest another themed week for the future! <3

Requested by: askbrobat

Difference Between Book & Movie. The movie is a MUST though.

578: Burrunjor

Maybe not a rex, but close!

Destination Truth Episode!


Daily Monster 309: Arica Monster

Region of origin: Atacama Desert, Chile

Sighted by motorists on the roads of the deserts of northern Chile, witnesses have described encountering a large, bipedal creature crossing the road and approaching their vehicles. In the early Eighties, it was described as kangaroo-like, then in the Nineties it was said to more conclusively resemble the velociraptors from Jurassic Park, leading cryptozoologists to surmise it may be a surviving dromaeosaur of some kind. However, like the chupacabra turning from a winged reptilian figure to a canid beast as new information was absorbed into the folklore, as our understanding of the dinosaurs themselves changed so too did the Arica monster: those intent on preserving the idea of an extant dinosaur changing their depictions to include feathers and bird-like features while others maintain the earlier accounts of a more distinctly reptilian creature.




Illustration by Stephen Gammell from the children’s books, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (1981-1991). via talesfromweirdland

Illustration by Stephen Gammell from the children’s books, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (1981-1991). via talesfromweirdland

Source: blackoutravendeathsdoor

Curse of the Witch’s Doll (2018) via  deathtown

Mœbius calendar cover for French magazine, MÉTAL HURLANT. 1980. via 


Prototype puppet from GREMLINS 2: THE NEW BATCH (1990). via via 

Production art from GREMLINS 2: THE NEW BATCH (1990).  via 

Viktor Oliva illustration from NATIONAL FAIRY TALES AND LEGENDS (1870).

Bedtime Stories (1972) back cover art by Bernie Wrightson.  via 

Polish artist, Zdzislaw Beksiński (1955-2005). 1970s.  via 

Ithaqua, God of the Cold White Silence. One of H.P. Lovecraft’s Great Old Ones. I just ran out of capitals. Art by Christian Bravery (who on his ArtStation account just files it as “dead giant”).
I’ve noticed that many modern artists and filmmakers are fans of, well, let’s call it “Big Things in the Misty Background”. You watch say the The Force Awakens trailer, and there it is, inevitably: a huge crashed Star Destroyer in the misty background. Games, fantasy art, sci-fi, movies, it’s really a theme, which possibly can be explained psychologically.  via 




That sums me up. Very well.

The great nothing. The hollow shell. The empty home. The profound loneliness.

And the failures. The humiliations. The abuses.

Successes? There have been no successes.

Of any kind.

It has not been kind to my mind.

A life wasted. A life with and of nothing.

Another two or three decades of this will be pure torture.

Hence it will likely be more torture. Unless I can cease and desist.

Life sucks and then you die.

Just not soon enough.

Illustration by Stephen Gammell from the children’s books, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (1981-1991).



On this episode of The Existence of Strange Things we sit down with Larry Arnold of ParaScience. Larry will will discussing Spontaneous Human Combustion. There are some accounts of this phenomenon. Larry has been investigating the phenomena for many years.  Larry has a book out and available through his website and on Amazon.     Join us every Friday night at 11pm ET for a new show of The Existence of Strange Things on also available on chat at the time of the show.   We can be found on Facebook page, our Facebook Group page, Twitter, and email.   Also, available on the FREE app TuneIn search Radio Memphis.     Sean “ForkChop” Forker can be found on Facebook, his Bigfoot Project Facebook page, his Bigfoot website, ForkChop website and Twitter.   Lon Strickler can be found on Facebook, Phantom and Monsters Facebook page, Phantom and Monsters Group page, Amazon, Phantom and Monsters website, Twitter and YouTube.   Butch Witkowski can be found on Facebook, UFORCOP Facebook page, J.A.A.R. Facebook page, UFORCOP Facebook Group page and UFORCOP website.   Strange and Beyond News Staff   Vance A. Nesbitt can be found Facebook page, Caravan of Lore Facebook page, Caravan of Lore Facebook Group page, website, YouTube, podcast, and Twitter.   DISCLAIMER: The views, opinions and topics of discussion expressed by hosts and/or guests in this episode of The Existence of Strange Things do not necessary represent the offical policy or position of Pirate Radio Studios Inc., Radio Memphis, The Existence of Strange Things, it’s host, sponors, producers or anyone associated with this broadcast or podcast. Rebroadcast/podcast or any other use of this program without the expressed written consent of Pirate Radio Studios Inc., is strictly prohibited. Any sponor offers/sales or announcements may not be valid depending on when this show is consumed. Listener discretion is advised.   This show originally aired on March 2, 2018 at 11pm ET on Radio Memphis.


In the world we live in, strange things happen. Some, of course, are stranger than others.

You’d have to go a long way to find a phenomenon stranger than Spontaneous Human Combustion. That moniker definitely does not do it justice as it is far weirder than the visualization one might get from just those three words.

I’d been hoping the guys at The Existence of Strange Things; my buds Sean Forker, Lon Strickler and Butch Witkowski; would get Larry Arnold on. He is – without question – the world’s foremost authority on this subject.

He used to emcee most of the International Fortean Organization conferences I used to go to and do sound for. He is a good and honest man who really is passionate about finding out just what is going on.

This is a real phenomenon… I have seen the photos and listened to Larry live several times. I have seen the behind the scenes videos and seen the photos taken at the tragic events. It’s real, folks. And it’s mind bogglingly weird.

I am glad and relieved that Larry is staying the course… if only the firefighting, medical and scientific communities would lend a hand.




Fluff Squad added a new video: Cat wants to pet birdie.
February 6 at 5:48pm ·
We were holding our breath as this cat tried to pet a bird.
Spoiler: We’re still squealing from cuteness.
(Via Jukin)

This is a fine thing to see.

The bird! The cat! Nice. Just nice.

In theory, homo sapiens sapiens can exhibit behavior as pleasant.

Maybe with enough passage of time.





Hippie Jack brings hope and help to “invisible people”
Latest Episode

Humankind Stories added a new episode.

December 11, 2017

Many of them don’t have power, water, or even food. But they have Hippie Jack and Mrs. Hippie, beacons of hope in a rainbow-colored bus.

Frank has found and sent a treasure.

This is love. Real, true, actual love. That is what this is. People like these two are needed for the future. Assuming of course that it might be more of a pleasant path than if we took on an action-packed Mad Max type of existence.

If the ratio of good people is high enough, the world can be a very nice place. I am certain that it has been so in the past, although probably not as a true living memory … just legend, like Shangri La…

Which was likely quite real.

We shall see.