Summary: Either the photo of the "Wolf Walks like a Human" is a fabricated hoaxed photo or it is an image of a badly injured wolf that has survived in the wild by walking on its hind legs.
Loch Ness is possibly the most famous body of water in the world, surpassed in fame only by its alleged monsters, that have been making regular appearances in the loch for almost 1500 years, starting with St Columba's encounter in the river ness, in 565 AD. The loch, which was largely inaccessible, without travelling over the mountains, was opened to the eyes of the public, one might say, when a road was built into the side of the mountain in 1933; followed shortly after by a rash of sightings of this now infamous beast of the Scottish Highlands.
Restricted Access has released an analysis of the now infamous "Bigfoot Head" originally uploaded by YouTuber Peter Caine Dog Training. The video as of today has had over half a million views mostly because people keep sharing it. Well, here's something you can share: below is Restricted Access' video analysis of the alleged Bigfoot head. … Continue reading The Head that Wouldn’t Die; “Bigfoot’s Head” Video broken down by Restricted Access.
To create The Ningyo, Ortega and Ma turned their living room (see below) into the primary sound stage, while their bedroom doubled as a Victorian-style college professor’s office.
There are many, many reports to choose from in which the creature in question appears to be more human than ape. This brings up questions. Beyond the obvious—what is it?
This December will mark 50 years since the tragic collapse of the Silver Bridge. The disaster claimed the lives of 46 people when they were plunged into the icy waters of the Ohio River.
IS THIS A THUNDERBIRD?
Watch: "Discovering Bigfoot" trailer.
"During our investigations, we found sufficient evidence that something was there. We have sound recordings of howls, growls, pictures of foot-prints (or possible footprints), and more pictures of the area, that suggest we were not alone..."
Bigfoot is big in the news this week,