A strange skull found over 50 years ago has surfaced in a scientific paper of that time period.
Blair Witch director examines the legendary myth of Bigfoot
Since his 1999 debut hit, the found-footage film has become a sub genre of its own. Since, Sanchez has only gone on to produce three other movies, which includes the superb, yet underrated ‘Lovely Molly’ in 2011. He’s also had a hand in a segment for the collaborative ‘V/H/S/2′ just last year, but now ‘Exists’ is causing waves at SXSW.
Having had its debut at the annual conference, the film’s clearly caught the eyes of some execs, which focuses on the legend of Bigfoot. The plot, according to Lionsgate, venture into a remote Texan wood for a party weekend. Five friends camp out — in similar style to ‘Blair Witch’, I guess — but instead of actively hunting a phenomenon, they’re simply there as unwitting victims. The group end up being stalked and hunted by the creature, who is much smarter and far more terrifying than they’d ever imagined.
Rob Roy Menzies Bigfoot Art Gallery
Rob Roy Menzies has a page on Facebook to show off his Bigfoot art. One of the more admirable things about his art is that he is not afraid to illustrate different types of Bigfoot experience. I have arranged some samples here that seem to be more in line with Harvey Pratt’s work, which is the kind of Bigfoot that I am familiar with in my neck of the woods in the Midwest.
The hairy beast known as sasquatch in Canada — or Bigfoot in the U.S. — has enjoyed a place in B.C. lore for centuries. Tales of encounters originate from time immemorial, when the Chehalis people talked of a hairy ape-like creature living in the forest near Harrison Lake. In the 1890s, a sasquatch was reportedly trapped and put on display on Vancouver Island, before being returned to the woods.
Clyde and friends were hunting around the Tarlong Forest, near Nanango. They were being extremely stealth when they came across a Yowie that reacted to the boys in a menacing manner.
He came to us in 1999, wanting to Document his Encounter before he died. He was 76 years of age at the time. The encounter was in the 1930′s.
Shortly after Clyde relayed his Encounter to us, sadly, he passed away.
We are more than happy to Document this story for him.
~ Dean Harrison
A Fisheries Officer claims to have witnessed a large bipedal creature on the Canadian shoreline.
Luke Swan Jr. had been out on patrol in his boat near Tofino last Wednesday when he caught sight of a strange animal crouched down at the side of the water. He maintains that the creature was not a bear but was otherwise unable to identify it.
“Something really big stood up, probably between eight or nine feet,” he said. “The first thing I had in my mind was to get off the beach. I pushed off as fast as I could and got to deep water.”
Swan later told his father about what he had seen and the two men returned to the same location to look for clues. What they found was a series of large tracks measuring 16 inches long and up to 9 inches across. They also came across a number of cedar trees that appeared to have been stripped of their bark.
“When I saw it, it scared me,” said Swan when asked about his encounter. “A lot of people probably want to see it, but in the end it might scare them too.”
It almost seems as if for the past few months, if it hasn’t been below zero degrees outside, it’s been snowing. Sometimes it’s both. Most people in northern Minnesota don’t need to be convinced that it’s been a tough winter; it’s officially the second coldest on record. Sounds like good weather for a Sasquatch.
Get Fit Itasca, this time in collaboration with the Northern Lights Nordic Ski Club, has brought back Bigfoot to grace the trails of Itasca County this winter. The nine-foot wooden cutout made its trail debut last summer, where hikers and cyclists were encouraged to find the sassy-smiled woodland primate in order to register for a prize. So he’s back by popular demand, finding his way on a trail somewhere in the county that is accessible to skiers, snowshoers, and other winter pedestrians since mid-January.
Report # 23414 (Class A)
Two ladies fishing in the Rocky River Reservation are startled when a Bigfoot appears in plain sight
COUNTY: Cuyahoga County
LOCATION DETAILS: I’m not sure what road it was on. But If I would go back down there and drive around I could find it again. There is actually a bridge that goes over the river by where we were fishing.
NEAREST TOWN: North Olmsted or Fairview
NEAREST ROAD: I-480 & Valley Pkwy.
OBSERVED: My friend and I were fishing along the Rocky River in the Rocky River Reservation. We were up on a rock wall that was about eight feet above the river. We had been fishing there about two hours when we saw a herd of deer cross the river away from us. About five minutes later we could see something moving around in the woods directly across from where we were sitting (The River in this part of this reservation is about 20 feet across). We just figured it was the deer and continued to fish. Then I realized that if that was a deer it would have to be really tall or standing on its hind legs. It looked as though it was trying to eat leaves off the trees. The sunlight caught its eyes and I realized it was looking forward at us with these glowing reddish orange eyes (glowing from the sunlight, and I’m not implying it possessed scary demon-eyes or something). As I was trying to figure out what this “deer” was doing, I realized it was starting to make its way out of the woods. This is when my friend and I realized it was not a deer at all. A large black image that was standing on two legs started to appear through the trees. My friend took off with her fishing gear at this point and went to her car. I continued to stand there in disbelief of what I was seeing. It stood there at the base of the woods looking at me. I could see this creature standing plain as day 20 feet across the river from me. I could see it was well over six feet tall and had black fur from head to toe. Once I realized what I was looking at I grabbed my fishing gear and took off across the field to my friend’s car. I even tripped and fell over at one point and peed my pants in fear that it may have been chasing me because I started running. Once I got in the car I asked my friend what she saw and she said she wasn’t sure but that she was never going to Rocky River Reservation again.
ALSO NOTICED: I have not gone back to the location. It scares me.