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Saturday, March 03, 2012

Sasquatch Skeleton?

(photo property of David Claerr)

Blog author David Claerr has written an essay on the comparison of a Sasquatch skeletal anatomy in comparison to a human.

How could he possibly have knowledge of what the characteristics are of a Sasquatch skeleton? Apparently, David has had access to collected evidence that is not readily available to the public, AND he has viewed the skeletal remains of an 8 foot tall being. He has also utilized video and photographic evidence for his experiment.

Please read his essay here.
David has also done a preliminary analysis of the alleged trail cam photo which has been causing quite a stir these past few weeks.
Bigfoot Back: The Upper Torso of a Sasquatch

There's a New Kid in Town

Ro Sahebi is a young filmaker/producer who is turning his interest from music videos to mysterious monsters.

Ro runs a blog titled "The Bigfoot Report" (no relation to yours truly) although he claims to enjoy my blog and has much respect for me.

Ro does conduct research on this subject and has contacted Dr. Jeff Meldrum for clarification and information. His next webseries will feature the Orang Pendek and he will be consulting with Adam Davies who is well informed in this area.

The webseries is meant to be fun and is directed toward younger viewers. There's an hour long documentary in the works for MAVTV and PunchTV. He is listed on IMDB for
the movie Contour and a television show called Road Sweet Road in 2011.

Have a look at his first webisode entitled, "Extinct?" The Yeti

Friday, March 02, 2012

Paulides Book is Not About DNA....



Hundred of hikers and campers go missing each year. Some may want to disappear, but what about the others?

I have often stated that we do NOT know if Bigfoots are "gentle giants". For all we know, a lone hiker might fall prey to a lame, or older Bigfoot.

Paulides new book is titled Missing 411

Dave Paulides received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of San Francisco, and, has a professional background that includes twenty years in law enforcement and senior executive positions in the technology sector. In 2004 he formed North America Bigfoot Search (www.nabigfootsearch.com) where his investigative and analytical experience were invaluable in researching Bigfoot/Sasquatch sightings, encounters and behavior. He spent two years living among the Hoopa tribal members, listening to and recording their Bigfoot stories. The Hoopa Project is his first book, based upon his experiences in the Bluff Creek area of Northern California. David's second book, Tribal Bigfoot is a quantum step forward in Bigfoot research and allows for a common sense understanding of this elusive biped. These two books have been called the new standard for crypto research.
The Hoopa Project- 2008
Tribal Bigfoot- 2009
Missing 411 is available for purchase on David's website http://www.nabigfootsearch.com/catalog/item/6180213/9227229.htm and you can even request an author signature.

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Call for Scientific Papers and Manuscripts

Dr. Karl Shuker is proud to announce The Journal of Cryptozoology which is a new, peer-reviewed scientific journal devoted to mysterious animals.
Dr Karl Shuker is one of the best known cryptozoologists in the world.
Author of such seminal works as Mystery Cats of the World (1989), The Lost Ark: New and Rediscovered Animals of the 20th Century (1993; greatly expanded in 2012 as The Encyclopaedia of New and Rediscovered Animals), In Search of Prehistoric Survivors (1995), and more recently Extraordinary Animals Revisited (2007), Dr Shuker's Casebook (2008), Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals on Stamps: A Worldwide Catalogue (2008), and Karl Shuker's Alien Zoo: From the Pages of Fortean Times (2010).

A formal call for papers for publication in the journal's inaugural volume has been announced. The journal is scheduled for publication later this year. Guidelines concerning requirements for the submission and presentation of manuscripts of papers to the Journal of Cryptozoology must be adhered to by contributors.

All submissions must be original manuscripts not previously published elsewhere or submitted elsewhere simultaneously with submission to this journal. All submissions will be sent to two members of the journal's peer review panel for their opinions concerning content, clarity, and relevance to cryptozoology. Their comments will then be studied by the editor whose decision is final concerning whether or not the manuscript is published, subject if necessary to amendments by the author(s) if suggested by the reviewers. The copyright of all published papers belongs to this journal.

Please read more on his blog regarding the requirements for submitting original work. ShukerNature