According to my sister, her aunt's house was built on a native american burial ground and she's made several claims of things like her aunt being chased out of the woods by something and a wooden statue appearing t of nowhere and then dissapearing, what should i do?
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What are some books about cryptids that you would recommend that are the most trustworthy (not including things that have been disproven/proven). I'm looking for books that are more of a collection of various cryptids and not focusing on one popular one like Bigfoot or Loch Ness. I looked through the books/manuscript section of the wiki, but many of the books had bad reviews and I wanted personal recommendations from the community.
Hey guys! New video on the Jersey Devil is up!
Link in the comments if youd like to check it out :)
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Does someone saying "we've only discovered 5% of the ocean" annoy you? Cuz it does for me.
Who / what are the M-force mentioned on Crocotta page?
‘’M-Force has not been able to determine very much specific information about the creature’s life-cycle and habits.’’
Check out my video on the Kraken if you're looking for more Cryptid Media
:) I appreciate it.
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Here is a Mini Documentary on Indrid Cold. It includes information from two books, that aren't on the Wiki. I couldnt find this info anywhere online in my research so there might be something new here for you!
I really appreciate the positive comments and response I have received posting here.
So here is yet another video.
The link will be in the comments below, as for some reason I have issues using the link feature.
Let me know what you think!
Tapire-iauara (Proboscidodaeodon sevdonymo). Northern South America, Entelodontidae.
Been a while but here's a Black Shuck girl!
On my regular trip to my friend's property, I saw what I believe to be a Sasquatch. I was driving up to his pond to relax and watch the snappers, and I saw on the wooded trail going across the pond, what was either a VERY large and hairy man, a bear standing on its hind legs (There are no bears in the area), or of course, a Bigfoot. It left the trail, and I saw it much more clearly. It had thick, dirty brown fur, with a white head (This might be some different cryptid, I'm not sure), immense muscles and it had to have been 10 feet tall. It carried a large branch in its right hand, stained with something blue. I don't know what the blue stuff was. It emitted a sound like a pained cow and ran back into the brush. Sadly, I didn't get a picture or a video, as my phone was in my truck, and I was paralyzed with fear.
This could easily be a man in a suit, though there isn't anyone around my friends near that tall. As I already said, there are no bears in the area, and I don't know of any species of bear with a brown body and white head.
One would probably doubt the legitimacy of this without video or picture evidence
Yeti/Abominable snowman/Yeren (Vounothropus everestis). Nepal, Tibet, India, China, Hominidae.
Came up with another speculative evolution idea what the akhlut could be if it were a real animal.
A species of wolf if not a subspecies of gray wolf that had adapted a semi-aquatic lifestyle. Developing a thin layer of fat to help it endure frigid waters allowing it to dive into the sea to catch fish or swim across to islands. Ranging throughout the arctic of Northern Canada, Greenland, Alaska, Eurasia and the northern parts of Sweden and Finland. Mostly lives off the coastal areas feeding off of any breached sea animals notably whales.
Kawako (Kawako simia). China, Japan, lakes and rivers, Cercopithecidae.
Western Dragon/Drake (Dracosecta europa). Europe, Mediterranean, Russia, Middle-east, Agamidae.
(My apologies if in the wrong category)
I'd like to ask a few questions regarding the Yacumama and Sachamama.
Firstly, what's the difference? I know they have different habitats(Water and land, respectively).
Secondly, could they by any chance be related to the Congo Snake or Nabau snake?
And last but not least, I've seen a website say they are two of the three snake mothers.
Given that they are Water mother and Land mother, would the other one be air mother? What is it called?
Eastern dragon/Lung (Ophosdraco asiatis). China, Thailand, Japan, Southeast Asia, Agamidae.