Sightings of giant turtles are reported from a lagoon in Hawaii, the Ohio River and the Kentucky River. Turtle facts and other historical tales of giant turtles are explored in this installment of the National Cryptid Society Case Files.
"he head was around the same proportion as a humans head but the shape of the head was square with one point on each side of the head. I couldn't identify if those were ears or something else. The creature was gray and either had no hair or very short hair..."
"The color of it was exactly the color of sand or tan over its whole body and it had no feathers. It had a long narrow mouth a long slightly curved horn out of the back of its head and no tail that I saw..."
"I looked back up and the legs moved. Not like a deer. Like a human. Everything happened at once after that. I dropped the mail, picked up my cat by the scruff and ran for it..."
"I have to say there have always been strange things that went on, there but it wasn't until just last night that I finally found something. I've never seen anything like this it doesn't look like it has arms, wings or anything. It looks like legs, a torso and a head..."
"It stood there for several seconds, looking at me while I looked at it. Long enough for me to get a pretty good idea it was NOT homo sapiens or Sasquatch. I don't know what the hell it was. It was maybe 7 or 8 feet tall, with grayish or greenish gray skin. No hair or fur."
"We hiked for about an hour from the camp ground and on the other side of the pond was what looked like a part-man part-gorilla standing between two pine trees. He had one arm extended high on one tree and other arm on another tree and was looking right at me..."
"It was dark brown in color, and covered in hair/fur. It was 8'-9' tall, powerful, walking upright, on two legs. It seemed confident and casual as though it knew the route it was traveling. It was very muscular, its shoulders were huge and it swung its arms and upper body with each step."
"Big guy, hairy, no pack, a weird gait, classic Bigfoot description. He looked kind of grayish..."
"…what we saw cross the road was probably seven feet tall, big, and moving at a brisk pace. It's unusual to see bears walking on their hind legs so that's why we were convinced it was what we call the Swamp Ape.”