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Red Eyes and Winged Beasts #TheMothman

I’m a late with this post, but have another historical Mothman sighting to share. I’ve already posted two sightings from the night of November 15, 1966— 525 more words

Mae Clair

Dogmen and Cynocephali

There are a cluster of mythological or cryptozoological creatures that seem to straddle the line between humanoids and canines. Dogs (descendants of ancient wolves) were the first animals humans ever domesticated, so you can see why they would figure heavily in our folklore. 1,572 more words


Tales of the Cryptids - Halls, Spears, Young

Tales of the Cryptids: Mysterious Creatures That May or May Not Exist
Kelly Milner Halls, Rick Spears, Roxyanne Young
2006, Darby Creek Publishing
72 pp. 197 more words

Annotated Bibliography

The Bigfoot Book: Speculation and supernatural but no skepticism

Nick Redfern’s latest, The Bigfoot Book, has a sound premise and great potential. It’s all about stuff you may never have heard about or saw relating to the Bigfoot phenomena. 972 more words

Paranormal Culture

Hide and Seek with Bigfoot

Cryptozoology is an unrecognized field of study that pursuits and studies evidence involving creatures of speculations, believed to be either an undiscovered or extinct species such as Yeti, Loch Ness or the Jersey Devil. 568 more words


Gambol Investigates: The Big Foot Man

Hallo, Humans!

It is I, Gambol Gambolson, investigator of strange beasts and mythological creatures.
Most recently on my travels, I headed to the North of Scotland to investigate sightings of the creature known as The Big Foot Man that were reported to me by my human Grandfather. 852 more words


Two Mythologies, One Post

As you know by now, Love Set in Stone deals with the mythology of the gargoyle—the stone creature who perches on the tops of buildings and watches over humanity, scaring away evil and protecting the innocent from any harms that might come their way. 277 more words

Staci Troilo