Loch Ness in Maine
At first glance it looks pretty good. If your bandwidth can handle it watch it in full screen at 1080p.
I wish his camera could zoom. His phone, most likely.
Loch Ness in Maine
At first glance it looks pretty good. If your bandwidth can handle it watch it in full screen at 1080p.
I wish his camera could zoom. His phone, most likely.
Bigfoot story by old man
And here is a transcript posted on April 19, ‘17 at Phantoms and Monsters which is where I found this true gem. Hey, this is exactly the sort of testimony that in my humble opinion you can take to the bank, to use an awful old cliché.
Texas Witness: ‘Yeah, I seen it’
In a 2015 Youtube video, Windell Brockway told of his Bigfoot encounter in 1958:
“My name is Windell Brockway. I’m talking about a thing that happened to me in 1958. I was about one mile outside Union Valley, Texas. And me and my brother-in-law was down at Joel Atherton’s hauling hay. We had a big truck to unload. We unloaded it and stacked it in the barn. Then we got ready to come home. We got in the car. It was an old car, an old Studebaker. We were driving down the road and there’s an old house on the left-hand side and an old corral. And we went back and as we were going back, I looked over to the left and I seen this big white thing standing up yelling and it made the hair on the back of my neck stand up. And my brother-in-law who was driving, he looked over at me and he said, ‘Windell, did you see that?’ I said, ‘Yeah, I seen it.’ I said, ‘What was it?’ He said, ‘I don’t know what it was, but it was something.’ I said, ‘Well, turn around, let’s go back and look at it.’
So we went up about a half a mile and there was an old road and he pulled in there and we turned around and went back. I didn’t have nothing other than old drink bottle on the floor, so I picked it up. He said, ‘What are you gonna do with that?’ I said, ‘Man, that’s a big thing, I don’t know what it is.’ I said, ‘I think it’s some kind of monster or something.’ And we pulled back by there and that thing was still out there. And he’s shaking his hands up and down and he’s white; he had them long hairs on him, on his arms and body. My brother-in-law said, ‘Do you see that?’ I said, ‘Yeah, I see it!’ And we went on back down the road and we turned around in and went back and when we went back, it was gone. And we drove on past it, and went on into town.
I told my wife about it and my sister but they didn’t believe me. But I seen it. James Fred Taylor was my brother-in-law. If he was still alive, he’d tell the same story. That was back in 1958. I’m glad to be telling the story about it. That’s all of it.”
Source: From Youtuber Siberian Hitch from a video titled “Bigfoot story by old man – Siberian Hitch” published on 27 Aug 2015
To me this is gold. I can detect nothing in this fella’s voice or manner that leads me to think he’s not just telling the interviewer what he saw. Simple as that.
A long, long time ago, Peru and Brazil were, shall we say, not pleased with each other and there were continual difficulties over the border between their countries. It must be noted that the entire length of the disputed area is tropical rainforest, pretty much,, i.e., deep, dark jungle, passable even today only with very high effort and golly, the sitch a hundred years ago? Fuggedaboudit! Some iffiness might be expected. But something had to be done.
OK, maybe a lot or a little of that scenario is a product of igular speculation but hey, it came out the same way…
The British ruled the world back then, so they took on the job of sorting out the border for those wacky South Americans. They needed somebody good at mapping in the middle of the jungle and keeping a good head. Not many of those folks around.
Chosen for the job was a Lieutenant Colonel in the British Army with a DSO, Distinguished Service Order, an Artillery officer by trade. By passion, though, Lt. Col. Percival Harrison Fawcett was an explorer and an archaeologist of some notoriety throughout the world. He got the job done. I personally think that that is the sole reason for all those terribly straight lines at the border there. Amazing work. To me, at least.
An incident that occurred during the couse of this mission in 1907 somewhere in the waters of the Beni swamps is what we are interested in.
It was fleeting and for us, significant af but he took it in stride along with all the ‘regular’ unknowns…bugs and birds and bats and such.
He certainly had passion and drive, not to mention expert skills and was in a serious quest for a long lost City of Gold that was rumored to be in the area after he learned of it while reading an explorer’s report from 1743 that hinted strongly enough at it to convince our man that it was worth spending every minute of free time looking for. He never did find it, sadly, but he passed looking for it, as one should if one is going to, doing what you love, for he never returned from his last excursion to find it.
Wiki on the Colonel
Lieutenant Colonel Percival Harrison Fawcett DSO (18 August 1867 – during or after 1925) was a British geographer, artillery officer, cartographer, archaeologist and explorer of South America. Along with his eldest son, Fawcett disappeared in 1925 during an expedition to find “Z” – his name for an ancient lost city, which he and others believed to exist and to be the remains of El Dorado, in the jungles of Brazil.
Google search overview
Madre de Dios is a region in southeastern Peru’s Amazon Basin, bordering Brazil and Bolivia. In the west, vast Manú National Park encompasses Andean highland, cloud forest and lowland jungle. Celebrated for their biodiversity, the savannahs and old-growth rainforest of Tambopata Reserve lie in the southeast. Just north is regional capital Puerto Maldonado, at the convergence of the Madre de Dios and Tambopata rivers.
Area: 32,935 mi²
Founded: December 26, 1912
Dialing code: 82
Here is the scope of the area off of the Google satellite. Google maps page centered on this area.
Needless to say, it is about as “jungle” as you can get on this Earth. As you can see…
note: the pic below is interactive and you can do a 360° turn and zoom in and out : )
I personally am well pleased with the fact that the fabulous Ollantaytambo and famous Cusco are only a stone’s throw away. Save on travel, eh what? Not only that, but on a more serious note the closeness of such places lends a good dollop of credence to the good Colonel’s prize actually existing. And as the mighty Pucabob, Fortean of Maine, reminds us, they’ve found 56 cities under the canopy so far using the spiffy new LIDAR radar instruments, so hey, it’s like this—we know they could do it and make it look easy and I certainly do imagine they could do a heck of a lot more than we could ever give them credit for.
But I don’t want to get too far off track as this is after all only a blog.
What we are concerned with is that in 1907 Colonel Fawcett saw an animal that he took to be a Diplodocus. Yes, the dinosaur. He included it in his reports back. Apparently the folks that live around there were at least aware of it. And the terrain is perfect for the thing, just like it’s ancestors lived in. Well, pretty much. Hot, wet and lots of water.
A good overview is located at a place called Genesis Park, where you may want to avoid any references to a religious agenda that’s present. I do note with some sadness that thesem sorts of sites are the only ones who will carry this sort of thing these days. Not so in the past… So they have a page on this called Diplodocus in the Amazon, where the two snippets below are extracted from…
“In 1907 Lieutenant-Colonel Percy Fawcett of the British Army was sent to mark the boundaries between Brazil and Peru. He was an officer in the Royal Engineers and was well known as a meticulous recorder of facts. In the Beni Swamps of Madre de Dios Colonel P. H. Fawcett saw an animal he believed to be Diplodocus… The Diplodocus story is confirmed by many of the tribes east of the Ucayali, a region covered by Clark.” (Clark, Leonard, E., The Rivers Ran East, 2001, p. xvi.) The drawing to the left is by Colonel Fawcett’s son, Brian. (World Explorer Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 6, p. 62.) The intrepid explorer also picked up reports of huge monsters inhabiting the swamps near the Madidi River in Bolivia. “There are snakes and insects unknown to scientists, and in the forests of the Madidi some mysterious and enormous beast has frequently been disturbed in the swamps–possibly a primeval monster like those reported in other parts of the continent. Certainly tracks have been found belonging to no known animal–huge tracks, far greater than could have been made by any species we know.” (Fawcett, Exploration Fawcett, 1953, pp. 220-221.)
I like this one…
In later years, a few occasional reports concerning the “Madidi monster” would reach the west. Modern-day explorer Leonard Clark picked up stories of Indians seeing long-necked animals that browsed on the vegetation and attacked canoes that approached them. “Speaking of reptiles, old boy, Colonel Fawcett reached the eastern edge of Madre de Dios, out where you are going. It is a country of swamps apparently. One day while running his dugouts through it, he saw a great reptilian head rise out of the jungle, but before he could shoot, the head was lowered. From the noise the beast made getting away, he took it to be some sort of dinosaur. His Indians revolted and it was necessary to return to Mato Grosso. When I smiled, he presently added, ‘Don’t be too sure they don’t exist – we hear a great many stories from the Indians here!’” (Clark, Leonard, The Rivers Ran East, 2001, p. 41.)
There isn’t much on the webz and a lot of sites just post the page the above are taken from but Googling Fawcett will net you some good stuff. Here are some to get you started.
English translation of Manuscript 512 This is the tale written by the ancient explorer that managed to convince Fawcett that there was indeed a grand lost city that he should devote his days to seeking. He named the city simply Z.
If I was in good shape and could see where I was going I would most assuredly go and look for the creature. Absolutely. The creationists from the Genesis Park site went down there in 2005 in answer to my question in the title, which I think is great, but, of course, found nothing. They say that not verymany of the locals knew of the thing but a few did still. Perhaps that means they finally did all go up to heaven in the century since our man saw one. But I think they are still there, a very few probably, hanging on, just farther away from the ever-encroaching people.
We can hope, eh? Mokele Mbembe bin needin’ some play dates, don’tcha know…
I better post this. For some reason I inadvertently hit publish twice before I was done… the first time before I even wrote anything! Sigh.
Mac Tonnies talks about The Cryptoterrestrial
Got reminded of our Mac the other day in the below old (2012) thread by Karl 12 which was just bumped but I am still not sure why.. Never got to meet him. He was a breath of fresh air, most assuredly.
The loss of Mac Tonnies at the age of 34 was a great shame but as he says in the interview the CTH could be an option that warrants further investigation – don’t know if other members agree with the idea of a race of techologically superior indigenous humanoids sharing our planet and being in some way responsible for UFO (or USO) reports but for further discussion the interview below with Tim Binnall really does go in depth and expands on other ufological aspects surrounding the hypothesis:
Mac starts out by giving us the basics on the CTH and brings everyone up to speed on just what it is. He talks about how the CTH came about and what separates it from the Jaques Valee theory of interdimensional beings.
If the cryptoterrestrials exist here on Earth, where are they most likely to be located ? He explains how the CTH “works” better than the ET hypothesis when it comes to reports of UFOs over nuclear facilities. He also explains how abductions may be best explained with the cryptoterrestrial hypothesis.
Mac tries to clear up the misconception that the CTH v. ETH debate is an “either / or” scenario. He talks about methods of testing the cryptoterrestrial hypothesis. We find out what Mac thinks the CTs would look like. Also, how does he fits the classic UFO scenario into the CTH. (If the CTs are on Earth, what are UFOs ?)
My advice right now is to go over and hit that interview link just above. If you dig this stuff you will be delighted. The video here is just a teaser, really as well as a quick summary for the attention-span damaged.
ETA: I thought that I should at least add this one so more volk can get up to speed on this very good theory.
The Paracast April 11, 2010 – Kimball, Redfern and Bishop
Black Eyed Kid CAUGHT ON CAMERA (audio lure to camera TRAP)
I was not expecting much in the way of convincing content, but the presenter sounds like he is an actual researcher, which impresses me. Could still be unreal but judging from what I have learned about this fellow’s efforts and methods, it just might be the real thing.
So take a peek at his other stuff and see what you think.
In my humble opinion, this is bizarre enough to be the real deal.
The creature just stood out there, entranced by the “bait” perhaps, for over an hour.
That is serious. Excellent discussion going on here, if you like.
I tagged it in cryptozoology just in case the BEKs deserve their own spot in that realm.
How about leaving an (unprecedented) comment, folks?
I hope I never meet any of them, but at the same time I kinda do, if you know what I mean, but I would need some serious help in calming down after that level of fear washed on through me. And new underwear, surely.
ETA: I am not so sure about this whole thing…I may have been hoodwinked again, but, we’ll see in due course.
JC Johnson Talks Cryptids
I recommend it if you are curious about what happens out there beyond the realm of what might be called normal.
So many different things happen out there.
A lot of them are really frightening and certainly able to put you in another place entirely.
Sasquatch, dogmen, little people, lizard people, skinwalker stories and indeed more… including my three favorite creatures with a lot of info that ties in or is also odd like the frightening, creepy BEK.
Cryptids and Monsters: The UB-85 Atrocity
German U boat ‘attacked by sea monster’ found on seabed off Scotland
This pleases me.
I doubt anyone will ever actually look for evidence, but hey, it could happen!
Cryptids and Monsters: The 50-foot Congo snake
Giant Snake Congo 1959
I don’t know about you, but I have doted over the 50-foot snake of the Congo ever since I first clapped eyes on the famous photo featured here. Whoa, that was a long time ago!
I like this video… The host has a great theory as to what kind of a snake this pup is – namely the Titanoboa of 58 to 60 million years ago – and I find it an excellent theory because the suspect is a snake that fits the evidence. Plus, it is a fact that there is absolutely no natural reason on the face of this Earth why our guest could not be that critter.
The Beast of Barmston Drain! (Dogman Encounters Episode 126)
Doggies are in the YouKay, too!
Into the Dogman’s Lair! (Dogman Encounters Episode 124)
Jane is my pal, I’m glad to say and she is a really good egg.
She is pretty gol darn brave to go out there, too, man. No, really, you never know.
This stuff, in person, can freak you out.
There it is before you, looking at you. You cannot move.
You are fully aware that it could tear you limb from limb with no effort.
This is something called primal fear. There is nothing more powerful.
It’s a switch in your genes, dude.
The Leaf-Stick Man fascinates me.
drawing from here
Hey, this just in…
Jane Rodriguez Dogmans Lair follow up questions
RARE! Roy P Mackal Interview 1984
Bill Gibbons Interview on Mokele-mbembe – Coast To Coast AM
I first found this fellow a few years ago at a small site devoted to this exceptional photo and had a few pages discussing bits of it and related info about the place and such. I became seriously enamored of the whole episode as this is obviously not a Bigfoot and yet there it is waiting for us to twig it.
Lately there have been dogman stories popping up all over the place and that finally slurged this awesome beast from the bile-filled crannies of my mind. And it is just as wonderful as ever. The original site is gone but Lon posted this a few yarn ago and the first page of the site is now below. This is good as we do not want to let this being fade into obscurity.
Okay, here it is.
Monday, August 22, 2011
On June 1, 2005, a photo was taken of an unidentified species standing beside a waterfall in the Parc des Sept Chutes in Quebec, Canada. Amazingly, the creature appears to be holding something and is staring at the photographer, who doesn’t notice it. This creature does not match the typical descriptions of the legendary Bigfoot, which is usually described a being a massive creature that resembles a human, having a conical head and a human-looking flat face. As well, the Bigfoot is not usually described as being aggressive.
The creature in the photo has several unique physical attributes that differentiates it from typical Bigfoot sightings. The creature is erect, standing on two legs and appears to be between 5-6 feet tall. It has an elongated snout that appears dog-like as well as silver hair on its head reaching to it’s shoulders. The creature’s body is black and the left arm is visible bent at the elbow. Quite remarkably, the creature looks to be holding a white dog.
Based on the red area that looks like blood on the creatures head, it may have been feeding on the dog. The creature has a triangular shaped head and, unlike most Bigfoot who retreat when seen, this creature is holding his ground and staring aggressively and directly at the photographer.
In August 2008, David Claerr wrote an article comparing the Beast of Seven Chutes and Dogman of Michigan:
In the forests of Northern Wisconsin, Michigan and East Central Canada, between about 42 to 48 degrees of Latitude, there have been a resurgence of reports of a large, bipedal carnivore, within the past several years. There is a notable resemblance in the descriptions to a being in the lore of native tribes: the Windigo, a tall, ferocious creature with a wolf-like head on the body of a man or bear. It also fits the descriptions from European legends of the werewolf.
The cryptic creature is reported to have unique characteristics that differ from the appearance of a Sasquatch or Bigfoot. Generally smaller and less stocky than a Sasquatch, it is said to be closer to the height of an average man, and the arms and legs are similar in proportion to the human. The hands or fore-paws are said to have long curving, sharp claws. The feet, judged by footprints, are said to be elongated somewhat like the human, but the toes are shorter and configured more like a canine. But the most striking feature, according to the accounts, is the elongated muzzle with large protruding canines and pointed incisors.
Accounts of sightings of the creature are often in conjunction with a fresh kill, usually a deer. Its demeanor is hostile and aggressive, according to reports. The non-human expression is said to be malevolent, and the glaring eyes and snarling grimace are said to provoke a deep sense of dread. The accompanying illustrations by the author are based on purported eyewitness accounts and a detail from a photo taken in a park near, Quebec Canada. “Seven Chutes” refers to the cataracts or waterfalls in the park, which is known by the the French name “Parc de Sept Chutes”. In a small area of the larger, complete picture of a waterfall, a strange figure is facing the camera and looking up through the foliage on the embankment. Amazingly, it appears to be cradling a white poodle in its arms.
The hand-drawn digital illustrations by the author were derived by a visual study of an enlarged detail of the figure. Sophisticated filtering effects were employed to isolate color groups and enhance details of the structure and textural patterns. A compensation for motion-blur was added. The resulting rectified image, which revealed surprising detail, was used as a visual comparison for the illustrations. (To see the original unaltered picture and more information, refer to the link in the Resources section below.)
The crown of the creature’s head has an irregular red coloration that has the appearance of a stain, perhaps blood. The rest of the hair or fur, which follows coherent patterns, is in shades of grey to white, darker at the base and lighter toward the tips. The head has a moderately long mane that appears to obscure the ears. The coat of hair on the arms, legs and body is somewhat uniform and comprised of stiff bristles about an inch and a half long, judging from proportions. The lower legs and feet in the image are obscured, so the illustrated configuration of them is conjectural. The “dog” it appears to hold is less distinct since it has more of a motion-blur, but still looks more like a dog than any other object or animal.
From studying the apparent bone structure, musculature, posture and hair-growth patterns it is a reasonable hypothesis that the creature, if real, would have characteristics most in common with the primate branch that includes macaques and baboons. Since the environment in the reports is the colder mid-northern regions, an analogous primate could be the Snow Monkeys (macaques) of Japan, which have a seasonal growth of hair that allows them to survive temperature extremes. Related primates, like baboons, also have enormous canine teeth and a head that can appear very dog- or wolf-like. The hind legs and feet of a baboon are also somewhat dog-like in appearance and function. These conjectures are worth considering if a bipedal, primarily carnivorous primate is postulated. Of course, most primates are omnivores or herbivores, but that does not preclude the possible existence of a carnivorous primate. An analogy to that premise would be the carnivorous marsupial “wolves” and “lions” formerly inhabiting Tasmania.
Reports of this type of cryptic biped in the Americas go back centuries before the arrival of Europeans. There have been sporadic reports since the days of New World settlements of this and perhaps related creatures by well known explorers and historical figures. Whether the phenomenon is real or imaginary, a greater understanding of this and other mysteries can be gained only through scientific investigation and comprehensive field research.
The person who took the photo lives in Quebec, about 15 minutes from where the photo was taken. He speaks French and works as a driver for a construction company and wishes to remain anonymous.
He was sightseeing alone at the Parc des Sept Chutes which is near Saint-Georges de Beauce, Quebec, it was about 90 degrees that day. He did not notice the subject or anything out of the ordinary while he was walking around the park taking pictures. The date was Wed. June 1st 2005 there were no other park visitors around. He took 76 photos (all at medium resolution) of various park features, he also recorded 4 videos. (The videos are available for anyone who wants to view them.) The camera was a Canon A70. He was looking through the photos at home that same day and was surprised to see the subject/creature standing in the woods looking up at him. The photo was number 32 in the set. He has since been back to this area 3 times and taken photos and videos on each occasion. He was back on Monday July 4th and was spooked when he heard something walking in the woods 20-30 feet away from him. He stated that he probably will not be going back there alone. In some of the later photos he took he had his girlfriend stand where the subject was and he stood where he initially was and took photos to get a sense of size and scale. – haveyouseenthiscreature.com
NOTE: was this a small Bigfoot or a large baboon? Any other thoughts on the identity? Or was this simply a hoax? Lon
You know what?
I am glad that there are dogmen!
As long as they don’t get … hungry.
I have always liked the dogman and it appears the pupster is hot stuff again.
Complain I will not. Best of all, some friends are doing their best to see what is going on!
Published on Sep 7, 2016
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Published on Sep 7, 2016
No description is offered by either of these wonderful folks. They are both friends and they are both good people so I will look on the bright side that they are making me write, which is not a bad thing at all and I need good distractions or my brain will make my mind tear itself apart. Most likely. Or something like that. It’d be nasty.
Mysterious Creatures| Dogman | Werewolves | Monster in America
ParanormalZoneTV – Do You Believe Web Series
Streamed live on Sep 8, 2016
Dogman, unexplained real monster – are they werewolves, if not what are they…lurking in woods, roadsides and backyards. What do these creatures want….They look like werewolves, but are they? They stand six-feet tall, are covered in fur, and possess both a wolf-like head and the ability to walk upright. Whatever one chooses to call them–werewolf, dogman or manwolf–an astonishing number of witnesses across the U.S.A. have encountered these creatures on roadsides, in the woods, and near their own homes. They swear the unknown canines are as menacing as they are real. And if these creatures aren’t werewolves, what could they be? My guest, Linda Godfrey, Author In her third book, the Michigan Dogman talks about this continuing mystery, author and investigator Linda Godfrey takes readers on a state-by-state creature hunt, exploring many new and shocking reports and leaving no bone unturned in her search for the beast’s true nature.
Michigan and the legend of the Michigan Dogman! The Michigan Dogman is a cryptozoological creature first reported in 1887 in Wexford County, Michigan. The creature is described as a seven-foot tall, blue-eyed, bipedal canine with the torso of a man and a fearsome howl that sounds like a human scream. According to legends, the Michigan Dogman appears in a ten-year cycle. Sightings have been reported in several locations throughout Michigan, primarily in the northwestern quadrant of the Lower Peninsula. In 1987, the legend of the Michigan Dogman gained popularity when a disc jockey at WTCM-FM recorded a song about the creature and its reported sightings. This creature was unknown to most of the modern world until very late in the twentieth century. It is said to have been stalking the area around the Manistee River since the days when the Odawa tribes lived there
Host ~ Norene Sampiere Balovich
Guest – Linda Godfrey, Author and Investigator
Encounters with Little People
Expanded Perspectives Podcast
Published on Aug 15, 2016
On this episode of expanded perspectives Cam and Kyle start off talking about how giant traps called desert kites—some of which are 8,000 years old—were built across animal migration routes by Old World pastoralists. Then, last Sunday, Scotland achieved something great – for the first time on record, wind power alone generated 106 percent of Scotland’s electricity needs in a single day. Environmental group WWF Scotland has just confirmed that on 7 August 2016, wind turbines in Scotland pumped 39,545 megawatt-hours (MWh) of electricity into the National Grid, while the nation’s homes, businesses, and industry needed just 37,202 MWh. Then, most of us are pretty good at acting on the fly: swerving to avoid an obstacle in the road, ducking to keep from being hit, or reflexively catching a fly ball. We can do this because the brain is constantly running simulations of the physics involved as we scan our environment, according to a new series of brain imaging studies. All that processing is done by a handful of regions involved in planning actions, which kick into gear whenever we watch physical events unfold around us. The team responsible for the new studies has dubbed it the brain’s “physics engine,” and suggest it could help design more nimble robots. They described their work in a new paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Then, the term foo fighter was used by Allied aircraft pilots in World War II to describe various UFOs or mysterious aerial phenomena seen in the skies over both the European and Pacific Theater of Operations. Though “foo fighter” initially described a type of UFO reported, (named by the U.S. 415th Night Fighter Squadron) the term was also commonly used to mean any UFO sighting from that period. Formally reported from November 1944 onwards, incidents were reported throughout WWII. Witnesses often assumed that the foo fighters were secret weapons employed by the enemy, but they remained unidentified post-war and were reported by both Allied and Axis forces. The foo fighter experiences of Allied pilots were taken very seriously. Most of the information about the issue has never been released by military intelligence. Kyle relays two such sightings. After the break, Cam brings up some very interesting encounters with little people or fae folk. Thanks for listening to Expanded Perspectives.
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If you look over on the sidebar you will see a quote from an old English book called The Fairies by William Allingham that expresses the very real fear that people had back then of what were referred to as “little men.” These little men put canceled to many a hunting trip. Short in stature only, they were, apparently.
Remember now, these people did have guns…
So…that tells you something. Or should.
But check it out. Starts at 20 minutes.
It is truly … fascinating.
Giant Prehistoric Apes of South East Asia [FULL DOCUMENTARY]
Published on Nov 12, 2014
A Giant Prehistoric Ape was believed to have roamed the jungles of southeastern Asia for around a million years. Many believe that these giant prehistoric apes may be behind the Bigfoot and Yeti sightings of the modern era. Modern day sightings of giant apes in North America and Asia are very interesting. The fossil record suggests that individuals of the species Gigantopithecus blacki were the largest known apes that ever lived, standing up to 3 m (9.8 ft), and weighing up to 540 kg (1,190 lb)
This Giant Prehistoric Apes of South East Asia documentary investigates claims that these the prehistoric giant apes, could still be thriving in the jungles of south east Asia.
This Documentary goes in search of the Giant Prehistoric Apes of South East Asia, one of the few documentaries ever based on this Giant Ape. Watch the full documentary here and if you like this show, please like and subscribe for more full documentaries.
This one couldn’t go in the rock ape post as they are not the same fellows at all. Rock apes are our size and smaller, mostly. They do get get reports of big guys over there in Rockie’s territory sometimes… those are not rock apes but they are the subject of this video and would be our Sasquatch species and the Yeren and perhaps others.
Is Bigfoot a Gigantopithecus? Could very well be, or a subspecies.
There is absolutely no natural reason whatsoever as to why the creatures, in any and all their variations, cannot exist out there in the world today.
Published on Jul 5, 2014
Music: “Total Fascination” by Pretty Lights
The topic starts at the 22:00 minute mark and goes up to 50:00 minutes.
Having not heard of these creatures before a couple of years ago for some reason, I have become quite fascinated by them.
There isn’t much collated information. Which is understandable as the folks having encounters were rather busy trying to stay alive and weren’t allowed cameras off base at any rate, to answer the youthfully naive query as to why there aren’t any pictures.
Now that the good people of Vietnam make our clothes and such and are our buds again maybe that can change!
But from the stories on the webz these critters are at best annoying af and at worst actually murderous.
So, yeah. Drones, anyone?
Here is another podcast with two other interesting fellows who do a section on rock apes…
Soldiers attacked by Wild Ape Men – SLP3-23
this show is pretty interesting and they haven’t started on the apes, yet.
I subscribed. I thought it was well rounded.
And here is one of the first things I ever saw about these creatures, oh, years ago now. I remember being very impressed that it was Linda Moulton Howe who actually went out there in the outskirts of the jungle. Excellent stuff.
Rock Apes – Vietnam Bigfoot reports
Published on Mar 1, 2012
See now, that is what you call gettin’ pretty darn remote.
Just in via Craig Woolheater and Cryptomundo and Regan Lee and others who picked it up. I have not looked at it in-depth yet. Hope that won’t bite me like it usually does!
Strange Creature Caught on Eagle Cam Bigfoot?
Published on May 23, 2016
My sister watches this eagle cam constantly. It is live footage of an eagle’s nest located in northern Michigan. While watching one day she noticed a strange dark creature in the background. Almost looks like a bear but it appears to be walking normally. Check out the top right corner background. Anyone have any idea what this is?
Well, now I have watched it a half dozen times including full screen after reading the commentary at Craig’s site, which seemed to conclude we see a person checking the site.
I am good with that. I note that I have yet to see the critter in question at all, but DO notice that that the camera is moving and there is a human attending it. Which is fine and fits with a team mate checking other things out.
This is not the droid we are looking for.
But i DO think a lot of effort should be put into getting as many trail cams up as possible in as many places as possible. And if the camera folks see a trend they may make some really neat ones in response that can go deep and stream 4K and…whoa, Ig.