Tag Archives: cryptozoology
How do I know that’s what happened? Because why not. There is no other plausible explanation. Also, I read this article in The Mirror, “Angler stunned after hooking rare unidentified fish in South China Sea near Malaysia” An angler has … Continue reading
If you haven’t noticed, fringe subjects haven’t been very fringe for a while. Not that anyone won’t give you some glaring side-eye if you start regaling them with tales of your haunted cable box or your experiences with randy alien … Continue reading
The numbers are in and they are encouraging. From nothing, the huge Lord Howe Island stick insect, Dryococelus australis, has risen back up to a bit more than nothing. Lord Howe Island is a small island about 600 kilometers off the East … Continue reading
Don’t worry, buddy. Everyone will know it’s you. Sadly, they will assume my blurry profile picture is you too. Proof positive that I am a squatch, you see. Because squatches do that. The evidence is overwhelming.
I’ve been mulling over some thoughts in my head these last few days. I haven’t been sure how to formulate any of them into something sensible. I wasn’t sure if I would end up putting them down at all; and, … Continue reading
North Korea‘s search for Truth unearthed a unicorn lair. The discovery of the site, it concluded, “proves that Pyongyang was a capital city of ancient Korea.” North Korea has always argued that Pyongyang, and not South Korea’s Seoul, is the … Continue reading
How’s that for a headline? According to the Center for Biological Diversity’s weekly digital newsletter Endangered Earth Online, a request was made to New York state’s Department of Environmental Conservation on the Squatch’s behalf (see a copy of the rejection … Continue reading
I make it a point not to look for information prior to viewings. I don’t want to cloud my personal take-aways until I’ve fully processed the information and made my own conclusions. Sometimes this bites me in the ass. HARD. … Continue reading
Early morning this week, the dog and I stumbled on this. Note the large timber. The clear indications of non-natural construction. I bet you know what we were thinking.