There are some mysterious bigfoot images floating around, but are they the real deal? Mountain Beast Mysteries takes a look:
A listener writes “I had a encounter when I was about 10 to 12 years old. It was the late 80’s or early 90’s. I had a older half brother that was in the army and had been in desert storm. While he was there he found a night scope he had gotten from Iraq…. Read more »
Duke writes “The Montana Bigfoot Project field research team does an all weekend recon of Lost Valley, an area high in the middle of a mountain range! The team are wowed by the beauty of the place, but also the odd look of it, and the overwhelming signs Of Bigfoot presence. From one of the… Read more »
Les Stroud is a Canadian survival expert, filmmaker and musician best known as the creator, writer, producer, director, cameraman and host of the television series Survivorman. After a short career behind the scenes in the music industry, Stroud became a full-time wilderness guide, survival instructor and musician based in Huntsville, Ontario. Stroud has produced survival-themed… Read more »
Terry grew up in Bedford County, Virginia, Being a single dad he returned home after his divorce and worked with his father to build a home on the fanily property. Unfortunately for him, some of the local wildlife aren’t too keen on the idea. Bigfoot aren’t always the gentle giants some would want you to… Read more »
Tony writes “On Episode 93, guest Nick recounts how, at 12 years old, he moved into a brand new home and suddenly started encountering entities. These entities asked Nick for his help, and seemingly opened a gateway to a life of paranormal experiences. As recently as two years ago, Nick’s even developed psychic abilities! He… Read more »
Elkanah Walker (1805-1877) was an American pioneer settler in the Oregon Country in what is now the states of Oregon and Washington. Bob Gymlan writes “Elkanah Walker was a missionary in Washington State near Spokane. He regarded as superstition what perhaps he should not have.”
A Pukwudgie, also spelled Puk-Wudjie (another spelling, Puck-wudj-ininee, is translated by Henry Schoolcraft as “little wild man of the woods that vanishes”), is a creature found in Delaware and Wampanoag folklore, sometimes said to be 2-to-3-foot-tall (61 to 91 cm). According to legend, Pukwudgies’ can appear and disappear at will, lure people to their deaths,… Read more »
A listener writes “I grew up in Missouri, or missourah as we say, in my youth, I ran with a pretty rough crowd, raced cars,(picture trucker caps, long hair, black t shirts, skynyrd cranking and jack daniels in the freezer). Anyway, we used to go down to the Lake if the Ozarks at my friend… Read more »
A listener writes “I had an encounter when I was twelve years old. I’m thirty four now. I live in Georgia. I have been a member now over a year. I have been debating to email you for over six months now. I recently had a new incident about three months ago and has clarified… Read more »
In Michigan folklore, the Dogman was first witnessed in 1887 in Wexford County, Michigan. The creature is described as a seven foot tall, amber-eyed bipedal canine-like animal with the torso of a man and a fearsome howl that sounds like a human scream. The story stems from Native American myth, but has become more widely… Read more »
UAMN TV writes “Hard-hitting eyewitness testimony of one of the most important events of all time: the actual recovery of a UFO outside of Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947. For more than 60 years, government authorities have led us to believe the wreckage was merely a very conventional weather balloon–but the witnesses who were there… Read more »
Grassman58 writes “Just comparing the two types of howls together. They sound very close!” Take a listen:
A listener writes “Hey Wes recently started listening to podcast and found yours. It’s been an almost therapy to listen too knowing what happened to me on 2 different occasions has happened to so many others. Both occurred on the Red River in southwest Oklahoma in Tillman county.” I spoke to the witness today and… Read more »
The show tonight has been moved to a later date. I am trying to line up another witness for you guys. There is just too many technical issues with the witnesses phone. The show would not be listenable if I posted it.
Hosted by North Star Mohican Casino in Bowler, Wisconsin. The North Star Mohican Casino writes “Whether you fancy yourself a paranormal expert or you’re simply intrigued by unexplained phenomena, join North Star Mohican Casino Resort for a weekend swarming with the paranormal. Learn from experts covering everything from UFO’s to Bigfoot to ghosts and much,… Read more »
In 1986, Brian Seech of Center Township co-founded the Center for Unexplained Events with wife Terrie and their friend, Dave. Its mission is to document, preserve, archive and investigate all sightings of strange or unknown phenomena in Beaver County.
I have moved the member only show to tomorrow due to technical issues. A listener writes “Hello Wes, I witnessed a female Bigfoot stalk and kill a hog on the bank of the Sabine River back years ago, I grew up in La, right on the Sabine Rivers backwaters and hunted, fished, and trapped it… Read more »
Nationally known paranormal/UFO investigator, Stan Gordon, discusses some of the most bizarre reports he has heard since investigating the paranormal since the late 50’s! Stan talks about some of the reports documented in his books, “Really Mysterious Pennsylvania”, “Silent Invasion” and “Astonishing Encounters”.
A listener writes “Hello Wes, I witnessed a female Bigfoot stalk and kill a hog on the bank of the Sabine River back years ago, I grew up in La, right on the Sabine Rivers backwaters and hunted, fished, and trapped it all my life from the Texas state line to the north, and south… Read more »