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Ape Canyon

The Ape Canyon case from Washington State took place in 1924. Fred Beck and his party of prospectors claimed that their cabin was attacked by a group of Bigfoot in a place called Ape Canyon in the Mount Saint Helen’s area. 1,003 more words


An artist rendering of the Abominable Snowman carrying a yak above its head

April 20, 1958
An artist rendition of the Abominable Snowman is published

The caption with the piece reads:
“Against an actual backdrop of the Abominable Snowman’s wild Himalayan habitat, artist depicts the legendary ape-man as seen by Sherpas.” 7 more words


Paranormal Introduction

According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the definition of “paranormal” is “not scientifically explainable”.

This is an extremely open-ended term. There is a lot in this world which science has yet to explain, or even begin to try to explain. 239 more words


Thanks for Reading

I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone that downloaded my novel, Whispers of the Wakinyan earlier this month. I am always satisfied at the thought that my stories are finding their ways to readers and are (hopefully) being enjoyed. 296 more words

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The Ningyo

“Set in 1911, The Ningyo follows a professor who specializes in “cryptozoology,” the search for mythological creatures. The title stems from a Japanese myth about a fish-like creature known as the ningyo that can curse a person with immortality. 137 more words


[Transferred Article] Bizarre Corpses: Fairies, Aliens, and More

Below is a link to an interesting article from the Mysterious Universe website (www.mysteriousuniverse.org).

The topic is one which I find fascinating.  Naturally, there is the potential for such ‘corpses’ to be little more than elaborate hoaxes.  224 more words

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Welcome to the Midwest

Midwest is Best is an upcoming podcast exploring and celebrating the Midwest, from beautiful state parks to the ridiculous number of weird roadside statues. We will tackle such pressing issues as: What counts as the Midwest? 64 more words