Happy 4th Of July

Independence Day is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the Declaration of Independence of the United States, on July 4, 1776. The Continental Congress declared that the thirteen American colonies were no longer subject to the monarch of Britain, King George III, and were now united, free, and independent states. The Congress had… Read more »

Strange News: Huge Bird Of Prey Catches Shark

Stunning video footage shows a ruthless bird of prey soaring above a South Carolina beach while clutching a shark-like fish — that’s destined to become dinner. Experts soon determined the ill-fated fish was not actually a shark but rather a ladyfish, a species that can grow up to 3 feet long with sharp teeth and… Read more »

Dogman Narratives: Once Upon A Time In Canada

Dogman Narratives writes “This story is about a dogman encounter of that a group of people on holiday witnessed while on a train ride in Canada. Miles before the vacationers reach their destination, their train comes to a stop. While they are waiting they witness a possible dogman in the woods. Is this train spotting… Read more »

Sasquatch: The Anthropology of the Unknown (1978) Part 2

This is Part 2 of a 5-part series that aired on Radio Canada back in 1978. Please look for the other parts of the series which will eventually be uploaded. The series was called Sasquatch: The Anthropology of the Unknown. The second part is called The Monster Legend which features Rich Grumley, Dr. Jay Miller,… Read more »

Tonight’s Show: I Think It Followed Me Home

A listener writes “I live in the Magic Valley of Southern Idaho. This is a desert area but in my city of 60,000 people there is the deepest gorge in America known as the Snake River Canyon. And the canyon breaks off into several smaller canyons that run through my town. Also just outside of… Read more »

Steve Quayle: Giant of Afghanistan

Steve Quayle returned to discuss the phenomena of giants, which he views as a “Rosetta Stone” for understanding history and genetics. Myths, legends and oral traditions of almost every culture have all talked about the time of the giants, he noted. He shared details from an email he received from a US Air Force officer… Read more »

Strange Familiars: Encounters In British Columbia

Al tells stories of a haunted property along an old wagon trail in British Columbia as well as other encounters he and his family have had in the area: a witch figure, sleep paralysis, ghosts, encounters with strange dogs and wolves, wood knocks, and more.

Something Tapping On My Window

A listener writes “I saw a Bigfoot back at the end of January in a tiny 3 acre patch of woods across from my suburban house. My 11 year old son told me he saw one in there 8 years ago but I didn’t believe him. This winter, him, me and my 9 year old… Read more »

Sasquatch: The Anthropology of the Unknown (1978) – Part 1

This is Part 1 of a 5-part series that aired on Radio Canada back in 1978. Please look for the continuation of Part 1 on this channel as well as the other parts of the series. The series was called Sasquatch: The Anthropology of the Unknown. The program includes speeches and interviews recorded at the… Read more »

Sasquatch: Out Of The Shadows Pennsylvania Encounters

Sasquatch: Out Of The Shadows writes “Pennsylvania is one of the states on the East Coast with many Sasquatch sightings and reports, as well as other strange activity. During investigations of this anomalous area with colleagues, dubbed “The Pennsylvania Triangle Case”, this interview was conducted a gentleman in the local area with some Sasquatch stories… Read more »

It Was Standing Over My Friends Tent

A listener writes “Hi I just started listening to your podcast.. I wanted to share my experience last September in Kings Canyon National Park. We horsebacked in about 10 miles and hiked out 3 days later. On the second night I went out to relive myself..it must of been about 1 or 2 am. A… Read more »

The Unexpected Downsides of Bipedalism

Bipedalism refers to locomoting (e.g., walking, jogging, running, etc.) on 2 legs. … This is the form of bipedalism that is assumed as a regular means of locomotion. Today, very few mammals (e.g., humans and kangaroos) demonstrate habitual bipedalism. Are there unexpected downsides of Bipedalism?

The Confessionals Podcast: The Wax Man

Tony writes “In Episode 246: The Wax Man, we speak with Jeff, who has been tormented by a dark entity in his childhood home for as long as he has lived there. The home is very old, with a macabre history: in the 1800s it was used as the town funeral home because it had… Read more »

Bigfoot, DNA, UFOs & The Historical Record

In this interview, we’re talking with Rob Duvall, a long time UFO Historian & author, & researcher. Rob shares his field research & what led him into the topic of suspected human hybrids. We also discuss the significance & relationship between historical records, recent DNA studies, field reports & their implications.

Yowie Sighting At Strickland, New South Wales

Two girls were bush walking through the Strickland State Forest, where they witnessed a Yowie crouching in the undergrowth watching them. And as in most cases, where there’s one – there’s another not too far away.

We are IF: Cryptozoology Water dwelling Humanoids

“Cryptozoology Water dwelling Humanoids. When talking cryptids there are thousands of animals that live in all parts of the world; lake monsters, wild beasts of the forests and jungles to living dinosaurs and creatures said to have been brought here from other worlds. Myth and legend grow out of the rare and often brief human… Read more »