The thing that puzzles me is why the FBI would accept and analyze hair samples collected overseas. Except for issues relating to their counter-intelligence mission, the FBI was strictly limited to investigating domestic cases at the time.
In many reports of bigfoot/sasquatch encounters, the alleged creatures are described as having an overpowering, disgusting fetid-fecal stink about them.
Why should sasquatches be so super-stinky? Most wild animals in the wild, while not exactly smelling like new cars or mouthwash, at least...
The author of the book the Legend of Boggy Creek was based on (Smokey and the Fouke Monster), has released a new book.
Too Close Too The Mirror
This book-specific link is dead. No archived version found. Attempts to access the domain re-direct to Smokey Crabtree's (the author's) website. The...
Despite much criticism and analysis, the Bigfoot Patterson film still seems to defy all scepticism. Does anyone out there think it is a real Bigfoot, especially with the analysis provided by the likes of Grover Krantz who believe it to be an unknown biped.
Unfortunately, enigmas such as Bigfoot...
This has been bugging me for a while now. In several of his books, John Keel mentions a photo taken by a colleague of his, Jaye Paro, of a bizarre ape man type thing (or, to take a cynical view, deranged mountain tramp) in the woods on Mount Misery, Virginia.
The net has been no help...