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New Nick Redfern book: Space Girl Dead On Spaghetti Junction

March 13, 2011 by


“Space Girl Dead On Spaghetti Junction”!?!? Nick is a lean mean writing machine! Coming very soon from CFZ Press is an anthology of my writings covering 1982 to the present, and focusing on such topics as UFOs, unknown animals, cover-ups, the world of Hollywood, and much more. Mine will be the second in a series […]

Paranormal Underground spotlights Cryptozoologist Ken Gerhard

January 22, 2011 by


Found via an image search via the “Haunted” tag at MagCloud: Paranormal Underground Issue 5, Volume 3: May 2010 by Ghost Knight Media LLC In this issue of Paranormal Underground, we spotlight cryptozoologist Ken Gerhard, Paranormal Researchers and Investigators of Maine, and Haunted… $15.00, 60 pages Tags: haunted | MagCloud.

Bigfoot Every Day

August 5, 2010 by


Billboard heading North on South First. Will I see her again? Every day for the past six months I’ve seen her on my way to work. Her round hairy bosom and bounding wide stride juxtaposed next to the motionless sleek backside of a Cylon “Number Six” clone. In this odd billboard I’ve seen at 3 […]

CNN monkeys around

July 14, 2010 by


So, CNN decided they need to refute this story about the Taliban training attack monkeys. Because this is the kind of thing that needs clarification. I mean, seriously CNN? Is it really that slow of a news day? Or do you really think that little of your audience’s intelligence?

Bigfoot in San Antonio?

December 3, 2009 by


That’s what some homeless folks are saying they saw, and the cops they talked to said they were scared, but sober. Hmmmmm. That’s how far from SFBR (the think tank that Tom Slick founded and home of the Southwest Primate Research Center)? . UPDATE: Loren Coleman has posted more details about the events in San […]

Bigfoot Jumps the Shark (?)

October 9, 2009 by


This Thursday, I’m just wondering… is MK Davis the Andy Kaufman of the Bigfoot world? Is the Bluff Creek Massacre story his slow-burn version of wrestling Freddie Blassie? I really hope so. I’d love to be able to actually sit back and comfortably chuckle at the strangeness of it all. I mean, personally, I see […]

Lessons from the police; tasering cripples is good, bestiality is better, and if you must grope your server don't dare tip her.

September 25, 2009 by


I have been remiss in my Thursday duties of late. I realize this and I’m sorry. I’ll say only that “real life” (i.e. the stuff you have to do to pay those pesky bills) has been very busy of late and beg your pardon for my slacking. But I’m here, a day late and a […]

Thursday ghost stories

August 27, 2009 by


Howdy all, and happy Thursday! I know that I’ve been out of the loop for the last couple of weeks. After my trip back home to visit family, I needed some time to recuperate. Then I threw myself into some writing about some family experiences and ghost stories that I hoped would be my next […]

Because it’s Thursday Monkey Business

May 14, 2009 by


As we start winding up (or down) for the weekend, let’s take a moment to indulge in a little monkey business, just because it’s Thursday. Let’s start with this bit from Dallas, TX where a contractor doing lot work for a Montessori school uncovered an out of place primate skull that bears a bit of […]

Southern Fried Bigfoot premieres tonight

April 13, 2009 by


While the word Bigfoot usually conjures images of the deep forests and mountains of the Pacific Northwest, there is also a rich tradition of southern hominid sightings. Often known by various local names, the southern Bigfoot doesn’t get as much attention (or respect) as his northwestern cousins, but his impact on the local people and […]