The Native People of America have an amazingly rich culture of legends. Some of them explain physical features in the land and others report ongoing strife between the tribes, but the ones that give the most shivers are the legends of creatures that create absolute terror.
Immerse yourself in the well-earned season with one thing we adore about autumn - scents and tastes. Here's some of your favorite shops and what they are offering this fall in the scent and taste departments to honor the BEST season there is!
We know pterodactyls and other pterosaurs lived millions of years ago, but what about today? Many of people have witnessed creatures in the air that could only be described as some form of ancient dino-bird! Is this a case of misinterpretation or is it possible that such huge beasts could still exist and fly in our skies with very little detection?
Cemeteries after dark. Why are we so scared by the concept? I mean, it is a place for human remains and memorials, not necessarily anything dark and scary and we know the soul would not want to linger, right?
I am always pleased to hear about real researchers coming together for the best of purposes and hoping to document as clearly as possible for the public to see. When it comes to the subject of Bigfoot, these elusive Tall Ones of the Forest, can be difficult to capture images of and impossible to prove. But, if any territory shows promise of a less-guarded, less human-savvy group that perhaps has not learned to deal with our cities and populations, Canada is ideal. A group lead by researcher Todd Neiss hopes to do just that. They need just a little more push on Go Fund Me for Project Sea Monkey to happen.
Operation: Sea Monkey is a very serious, professional expedition into the Canadian wilderness in search of Bigfoot or Sasquatch. Sponsored in part by the American Primate Conservancy, this adventure is set to take place from September 23rd through October 2nd of this year.
Our team of distinguished researchers include: Todd Neiss, Ron Morehead, Thomas Steenburg, Tom Sewid, and Gunnar Monson. They will be joined by internationally recognized cinematographer, Darrin O’Brien, who will document the entire expedition on video.
Let's support the documentation - we all want to witness the outcome and know that we helped in some form in the understanding of the Forest People. You may not be able to hoof it out into the wilderness, but you can help make it happen.