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I May Have Found Evidence of a Bigfoot at the 2014 Ohio Bigfoot Conference

The Ohio Bigfoot Conference was last month, on April 26. On the 27th(sunday) I walked on one of the trails at Salt Fork State Park by Hosaks Cave and found something I thought was odd. We had walked back on the trail a bit and were on a ledge when I found a tree that was upside down. This is the picture I took on my iPod.

This tree was upside down and right by the ledge and I don't think it could have just fallen like that. I had also read in Doug Waller's book Standing in the Shadows: Bigfoot Stories from Southeastern Ohio about pictures in another book called Raincoast Sasquatch of trees that were upside down and had the tops showed into the area where the roots were. Those tees were somewhere in remote Alaska(or somewhere around there) and it would have taken lots of heavy machinery if people wold have done that. I didn't see if this tree was lodged in the ground, but I did find it in an area where there have been a lot of Bigfoot sightings(I'm not saying it was a B…

Finding Bigfoot meets Call of the Wildman

Two of Animal Planet's most Popular shows, Finding Bigfoot and Call of the Wildman, are coming back June 8th. The new Finding Bigfoot is at 9, and they head to Kentucky to interview a special witness, Ernie Brown Jr, aka the Turtleman, who is the star of Call of the Wildman.  There is a new Call of the Wildman on after that.
Turtleman's Bigfoot Encounter
Squirrel from Call of the WIldman, who has also seen what he thinks was a Bigfoot

Its about time to go squatchin, y'all

Lake Monster Sightings Graph

This is a graphI made for Computer Science class. We could use any information we wanted, so I chose to compare sightings of Champ and Nessie from different years. The years I chose were 1977, 2000, 2013, and 2014. This is the info:

1977: Nessie-1     Champ- 6
2000: Nessie-12   Champ-16
2013: Nessie-0     Champ-1
2014: Nessie-1     Champ-0

The 2014 sightings are as of right now, May 22, 2014.

Watch Out, Here Comes Godzilla!

The new Godzilla movie came out Friday, so now a bunch of movie channels are playing a lot of the old ones. There was a bunch of  'em on this weekend, and I didn't really have anything to do but watch movies, so I watched a few. They were terrible, and everything looked SUPER fake, but I watched them anyway, probably because I've wanted to see them for a long time, since 3rd grade, but none of them are really on TV except for the crappy American one from 1998. That one was awful too, and the CGI in it was terrible, because that's all they used to make the monsters, and it looked like a cheap ripoff of Jurassic Park. This is basically how it goes: "Godzilla" attacks a city, and the government and whoever plays the main character try to stop him. I don't know who the main character was, but I COULD NOT STAND HIM! He really had no emotions and just stars into space the whole time. After awhile, he finds out that Godzila laid a bunch of eyes, and then there a…

A Little Preview of Mothman

This is a little preview of what I've got done in the Mothman section of Cryptid U.S.. 


The Mothman is probably the best known flying monster in the United States. It would be put in the ranks of Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, Sea Serpents, and the Yeti. Many people probably know about Mothman just because they have heard of it, but others know of it because of the 2002 movie The Mothman Prophecies. Just like The Legend of Boggy Creek (see The Monster in Fouke, p. 11), The Mothman Prophecies was based on true events.

The Mothman was first spotted in 1961 when a resident of Point Pleasant, West Virginia, saw a gray, winged figure on the road. The being may have been startled by the car lights, because it opened up its wings and flew away. But, it never flapped its wings; it just went straight up.

Mothman sightings really took off in November, 1966. They lasted about a year, until the Silver Bridge collapse on December 15. 1967. The first 1966 sightings occurred on November 1…

Cryptid U.S.

I'm currently working on a book on my google drive called Cryptid U.S.. Its about strange creatures seen in the United States, things like Bigfoot, Mothman, Champ in Lake Champlain, Werewolves(yes, werewolves), frog men, lizard men, the Jersey Devil, Black Panthers, and many other things. I'm about 60 pages in right now, on chapter 3, which is about flying monsters. I'm going to give some previews from some sections in the book, starting with good 'ol Bigfoot:

The giant, hairy, ape-like creatures known as Bigfoot or Sasquatch have been seen all over the U.S. since the first people came to America. There seems to be several types(if not separate species) of these creatures across the country. For example, Bigfoots seen in the Eastern part of the country and in the south seem to be a bit smaller and more aggressive than those in the pacific northwest. The Fouke Monster, seen near Fouke, Arkansas, has been known to attack humans. Bigfoot on the western side of the country …