David Paulides Bigfoot 101 class number 4 via Youtube to 'inform' individuals on what bigfoot is and isn't.
David Paulides Bigfoot 101 class number 3 via Youtube to 'inform' individuals on what bigfoot is and isn't.
David Paulides Bigfoot 101 class number 2 via Youtube to 'inform' individuals on what bigfoot is and isn't.
David Paulides has started a Bigfoot 101 class via Youtube to 'inform' individuals on what bigfoot is and isn't.
What was pushed as a 'genuine' find turns out to have been a 'what if' scenario portrayed by Coyote Peterson while out in the wilderness of British Columbia.
An eleven year old boy out for a cycle in the woods with his father was to being stalked by an as of yet unidentified animal. The "large black animal" was witnessed by the boy's father sprinting in the direction of the young boy.
In 1981 Jacqueline Lange, a farmer on a horse farm encountered a tall hairy creature that growled at her and another farmhand.
Did pterodactyls survive to the 1800's and fly the skies of the south western parts of America?
Are there werewolf encounters being reported and collected by the US government?
On a quiet rural road a witness what they saw crossing the road in front of the cars headlights, a six foot bipedal creature.
An unidentified ape-like creature has been reported to live in remote and wilderness locations around the world with many reported sightings and interactions, but does bigfoot exist or is the story of bigfoot just that, a story?
Further to the legend of St. Patrick ridding Ireland of snakes, the story of the Oilliphéist and how the river Shannon was created is a lesser known part of the story of St. Patrick.
With a number of sightings over the years from around Ireland, the mystery of large black cats roaming the countryside continues to remain unexplained.
A mythical creature with a half dog, half fish body that lives in waters of many Irish lakes waiting to pick off an unsuspecting victim at the shoreline.
Muckross lakes, Ireland’s deepest lake that could hold an ancient species of animal that has been reported to have similarities to Lough Ness’s famous inhabitant.
Dire wolves have been reportedly seen around Ireland over the years with stories about encounters of the extinct animal making their way from generation to generation. Is there something more to these stories and reports, and does the Dire wolf still roam the Irish countryside?