February 28, 2006


Saw this video last week, and found it very interesting. The story that goes with it can be found here.

I'm no cryptozoologist, but I do find cryptozoology fascinating. While I know that most of these creatures are nonexistent, I do believe that anything is possible, and that some of these sightings are real... these people saw something out of the ordinary. Whether it's really a monster is doubtful, but something, somewhere, sometime along the line inspired the tales of these creatures. That is the part I find fascinating.

There's more to this earth than we know, or will probably ever know. And that allows for many tales. Hey, it can be a lot of fun just imagining some of these things. Bigfoot, Sasquatch, the Yeti... tales of them go back hundreds of years. Champ and Nessie, also. What started these tales and legends?

Don't know, and in some ways, I don't care... as long as their tales continue on. And hey, if they should happen to prove that some of them really do exist, all the better. I'll have a blast reading about them.

How 'bout you?

Posted by That 1 Guy at February 28, 2006 12:26 PM

Love them! They always fascinated me. While a sceptic, part of me wants to believe it is all true!

Posted by: oddybobo at February 28, 2006 01:10 PM

Actually, there has been tales up in your neck of the county about a similar creature. It's never seen during daylight, at least not morning hours. Makes the most God awful racket at night, too, kind of a cross between a freight train and an earthquake. I've heard it DOES resemble Bigfoot with a high'n'tight.

You haven't seen it, have you?

Posted by: Raging Mom at February 28, 2006 02:08 PM

I'm a big Nessie fan. Yeti? Not too sure about but more plausiable in my mind than say Bigfoot.

Then of course you have Ogopogo in Canda (not to be confused with Oddybobo :D ) and the famed "Chupacaras" or Goat Sucker of South America.

Of them I give more credit to Nessie, Yeti's and Ogopogo. But thats my opinion :P

Posted by: BloodSpite at February 28, 2006 03:20 PM

I love stories about these creatures. Whether or not I believe in them is different. I think a lot of them are plausable, but I haven't seen anything that convinces me they are legit.

Posted by: Contagion at February 28, 2006 04:56 PM

I too love stories about these possible creatures. I think there may be shreds of truth to every story but I would need more evidence than what they normally give.

Posted by: ktreva at February 28, 2006 07:33 PM

I've heard stories of a strange creature called "Jeebus" in the American MidWest.

Posted by: Ogre at March 1, 2006 01:31 PM