Thursday, August 28, 2008

As all of the Bigfoot fans of the U.S.A know, the Bigfoot carcass found in a cooler in Georgia was a hoax. When some Bigfoot searchers found a carcass of the man-ape, they put it in a cooler and sold it for an unknown amount of money.

The Bigfoot searchers who created the hoax got our hopes up, but who says we can't laugh about it a little? As the cartoon above shows us, we should laugh and joke about the mistakes that people make and that we shouldn't dwell on what happened in the past because the future is firmly ahead of us.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

And Then There Were More...

Those of you who have read my blog in the past have probably read my segment on the caught Chupacabra. Well.... they're back. Now, for those of you who haven't ever read my blog before and were just surfing the net and just happened upon this blog I call Crypto-Blog, the Chupacabra that me and the cryptozoology and paranormal sciences of the world have come to recognize as more of a coyote kind of creature has found it's way back to Texas. Study the video.

You'll notice that some of the footage taken here was also in my last blog item video. They talked about the last time a Chupacabra came to Texas. On Friday, August eighth, Corporal Brandon Reidel and his partner were checking fence lines when they spotted the creature. While observing the beast, Reidel went into his squad car and turned on the camera attached to the inside. Reidel and his partner had described the Chupacabra as having a long snout, short front legs, and long hind legs. At first, Reidel said it was a coyote, but when he looked more closely at the footage, he saw these characteristics. They taped the Chupacabra, until it disappeared into the brush. The sheriff says he's happy that Cuero is starting to get some attention for being the Chupacabra capital of the world. This is not, however, good news for the goats.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

A Suggestion for a Paranormal Encyclopedia

You have your books on UFOs and Yeti's and other cryptids too, but this book has it all!!! The Encyclopedia of Pseudoscience is simply superb!! With 416 pages of good information including a bibliography, index, and some photo credits, I think that Dr. William F. Williams, a teacher at the Department of Science, Technology, and Society at Pennsylvania State University and author, simply outdid himself with this awesome book!!!! The Encyclopedia of Pseudoscience lists some of the most famous cryptids, but mostly it has unexplained phenomenon and some that is not that unexplained like acupuncture. It also includes things like hoaxes and well-known monsters like vampires. It's a good bedtime reader and it's one of those books that you can just sorta flip through. It's good for bringing along if your one of those people who goes into the field to visit ghost hauntings and other places like that. It's a great book!

Monday, August 4, 2008

Montauk Mystery Monster Baffles Millions

It looks creepy. It looks gruesome It looks like . . . it has a beak? The widely spoken of and utterly creepy (ughhhhhh) Montauk Monster is REALLY big news. The Montauk Monster (as the name suggests) washed up on the beach of Montauk and everybody who was around it came to see it. One of the witnesses said that it looked like a dog with a beak and that he wouldn't be happy if it popped up next to him in the water. This company that was selling this new energy drink put up an advertisement saying that anybody who caught a live Montauk Monster would get a year supply of the drink. To make things even more puzzling (as if it wasn't enough already) nobody knows where the heck the beast is. Last anyone saw of it, this guy was taking it away saying, "I'm going to mount it on my wall."