Tag: Bigfoot

Sorry to get this up so late in the week! I got attacked last minute with work for a couple other projects I’ve taken on, that I hope will be ready to share soon! Much like how our heroes were being attacked by pterodactyls/pterosaurs last week!

5 Easter Eggs in this one, all very mysterious, much like Graham. Speaking of Graham… while little is known of his shrouded past, legend has it that he was born in the Canadian Summer, though it is hotly debated as to which month Continue reading

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Last time we left our heroes, and I use he term loosely, they were slowly deflating towards their demise! Could hope loom just beyond the horizon?! Probably not… but you should go ahead and read this issue anyway.

If not because of my loving and painstaking work then do it for the 7 Easter Eggs hidden in this issue, including 3 hearty shout-outs to Adam Loyal, the ferocious voice behind  The Friends To Know Podcast  which you really should be listening to, and if you’re not… well, I’m not mad so much as disappointed.You simply must! Its all the fun of eavesdropping on a really juicy conversation without being an actual creep! I’m even on a few episodes, where I talk about all the wacky stuff that happens to me when I’m not lucid dreaming!

And now, on to the show.


Adam Loyal, of Friends To Know

The rare Rainbow T-Rex of Friends To Know fame.

Moai tat on a cloud mummy!

Patty the Squatch is flying high!

Mothman is just taking in the show, he even brought popcorn.

An adorable peeking alien!


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Recently, we’ve “rediscovered” my wife’s Rh negative blood type. We had known about her blood type due to issues when the kids were born but actually never knew all the theories about the blood. It was just one of those things you never think about or never realized had any real significance except during pregnancy. There are other things happening around us presently related to the Rh- but I’m keeping quiet about that stuff – at least for now.

Conversations, however, have been bubbling up about different aspects of this subject and yesterday it crossed my mind that it could be tied in with another phenomenon that is of great interest to me and many others: the Missing 411 cases. After sending an email to the CanAm website folks and the Missing 411 website, I scoured the internet to see if anyone had thought of this possible relation and came up empty handed. I know that many Rh- people are targeted individuals, sometimes from birth, and often are victims of gang stalking. The victims in the 411 cases range in age from toddlers to the elderly and many of the ones found alive have some type of disability or impairment that prevents them from articulating the events connected with their circumstance.
What I suggest here, while completely speculative, is that there is a definitive connection to the Rh- factor. As I’m waiting on a hopeful response from David Paulides and company to see if this has ever been looked into, I wanted to throw it out there and wonder if anyone has thoughts on this. In one of my searches I came across some speculations that Sasquatch may have a Rh- blood type and relating them to the idea that they may be the surviving remnants of the Nephilim. The Nephilim are considered to be fallen angels of a sort and are said to have had sexual relations with female humans. Now, this is not my theory per say and you of course have to assume that a Bigfoot creature is involved to some degree with the 411 cases. My take on it is that if there is Sasquatch involvement and there is a link to Rh- then I believe these people may stick out as an anomaly to the creatures, either by scent or some other identifying agent within the blood such as being copper-based. I’m not saying there is a genetic connection between species just that it may be more of a curiosity about the Rh- people as they lack the rhesus monkey antigen and are seen as interesting to sensitive primate creatures. Also, while I don’t know for sure but to help tie this in with Rh-, I’m guessing that the majority of cases involve people of Caucasian or European ethnic descent. This ethnic group has the highest occurrence of the Rh- blood type.
Of course, none of these missing persons cases could have anything to do with Bigfoot at all. We could go out on a limb here and guess that there may be an extraterrestrial connection, as some have suggested, having to do with a hybrid program. The Rh- people, considered to be tied into Indigo children and ufo abductees, and those groups considered to have had some degree of genetic intervention, could be subjected to monitoring and tracking and even continued experimentation, up to and including failure in such, which could result in the death of the subject. The victims that have been located are usually found in areas with difficult accessibility and far removed from the original location of disappearance.
If we push even further into the fringe, we may find a connection to these 411 cases with the copper-based blood in Rh- people and their tendency to affect electronic devices, as well as their predisposition for affecting electromagnetic fields. This could, in fringe theory, somehow come into play with these remote forested areas where there may already exist some geomagnetic or electromagnetic anomaly. The disappearances may take place where fault lines occur or even on the intersections of earth’s energy grids where tectonic activity may be happening, producing natural currents or bursts of electricity. Might this combination of unusual attributes create literal rips in our dimension or distort time and space as we understand it? And might these unfortunate individuals fall prey to nature’s technical capabilities?
In the end, what it comes down to is that my overall feeling is the Rh- blood type plays some role in regards to these strange missing persons cases. It may not have anything to do with the above mentioned scenarios, and of course doesn’t explain all of the instances, but may just be a piece of the puzzle to lead the search in a new direction. I really hope I get an answer to my email inquiries as blood types of the victims should be obtainable in most cases and can then be verified as FACT. If it turns out that my hunch was wrong, then it’s all good and at least this avenue of exploration into the mystery can be put to bed. I welcome all who read this to submit their input and opinions in this matter. As a side note, I’m also curious as to whether people who have high interaction and experiences with Sasquatch might be Rh-. Something to think about…

For more information into Missing 411 and David Paulides’ research please visit http://www.missing-411.com/ and http://www.canammissing.com/

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Part II of an Infinite Part Series

The Bigfoot/U.F.O. Connection


Hello Grimericans! Well Now that the holidays are over and my goal of at least one blog post a month is royally screwed and thrown out the window, I decided to return to my series of posts about our Hairy Friend of the Forest. If you missed part 1 of the series, you can find it by clicking here. In this post I will be discussing the high strangeness associated with our friend the Wood Ape, and its sometimes uncanny coalitions with sightings of the high strangeness in our skies. Now many will scoff at the mere idea that these two phenomenon have anything to do with one another. I get that. I am guilty of scoffing too. But in the spirit of open-mindedness, and since this is the only request I’ve gotten from anyone on the Bigfoot topic (a-thank you G-Ram), I decided to grab my headlamp, secure my rope to a steady anchor and climb down the rabbit hole. Before you decide to ignore even the possibility that such a connection exists, you too should remember that you’re probably on this sight because you are also open minded and honestly, what’s it going to hurt?


Okay, bad example.


                Believe it or not, there is a long history of Bigfoot-like creature sightings in close, and in some reports, extremely close proximity to U.F.O. sightings. There are even a few reports of what appears to be Sasquattle on board, if not piloting the unknown craft. Now it would be easy to say that if someone is making up a report about seeing a Sasquatch running through a field then it would be just as easy to say that there was a strange shaped object with lights hovering overheard as well and vice versa. I’m sure in some reports, this is the case. Enthusiasts and investigators of both phenomenon need to understand that not all reports are true and even the ones where someone actually saw something, the story can be embellished or parts of it could be ‘filled’ in with false memory or as some have speculated, with screen memories. Some of the “screen memories” are so outlandish, that they might only serve to discredit the person who’s reporting it. Of course this doesn’t mean discount everything someone says about an experience, but it does meant you shouldn’t automatically assume every detail is accurate. How many stories and reports have you read or heard and how many of those do you think aren’t completely truthful or down right falsities? Oops… I appear to be getting off into a tangent. Let me just check my bearings and adjust the helm of this ship accordingly and we’ll get back on course.



Finally, a pirate reference.



So let’s set aside the woo-hoo factor for the rest of this blog and take these claims as seriously as any other. In researching this blog I came across a post of MU by our friend Micah Hanks. In it he relays a passage from the late Mac Tonnies final book, ‘The Cryptoterrestrials: A Meditation of Indigenous Humanoids and Aliens Among Us’, in which Tonnies wrote:

 It bears mention, that eminent primatologist Jane Goodall had defended the scientific search for “Bigfoot,” a cryptohominid commonly described as enormous. Assuming a gigantic and purportedly foul-smelling primate can successfully lay low, it may be substantially easier for an intelligent technical society, with a tested capacity for stealth and a full repertoire of disinformation tricks, to dodge our radar.

Could advanced technology be the reason why the creature known as Bigfoot remains obscure to mainstream science? It would definitely answer the question as to why solid proof of its existence is effectively null. Some might say that this theory is just too convenient. It explains why they manage to evade capture, it explains how a breeding population large enough to sustain the amount of sightings reported every year, it could even explain how every photo of the cryptid is blurry. I can think of a few instances in my life that I wish I had a device that would blur any images captured of me. But this theory also has no tangible data to support it. There are, anecdotes and claims from psychics that reportedly converse with our also supposedly psychic forest friend. Why can’t we just take the word of these people that report long telepathic communications with Sasquatch? It’s simple. You can’t prove paranormal with paranormal. So until psychic abilities can be proven and measured definitively by science, this source of information is invalid regardless of how entertaining it can be.



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“What do you mean no one believes that I’m psychically talking to you? Did you show them the picture I told you to draw?”


But we’ll save the in-depth look into the reported psychic abilities of Sasquatch for another time. So besides a few reports of people actually seeing Bigfoot-like creature onboard unidentified aircraft, (sometimes called a race of beings known as Sasquans or by other similar names) the main reason why researchers of both the UFO and Sasquatch phenomenon, are because of the sometimes uncanny coalition between sightings of the two. Yes, yes. Coalition doesn’t necessarily mean causation but that’s why it’s called a hypothesis. That’s also why it’s called research. With out checking out the facts and exploring the possibilities, how can we lay this question to rest? So let’s go over some of the possibilities of any coalition between the two.


  1. Sasquatch are exiled criminals and Earth is a penal colony.

This suggestion has it flaws and it also has a few plausible points of argument. One of which is that if you were to exile criminal from your planet, nay, your solar system, double nay, your part of the galaxy, where would be a better place than to dump him/her than a planet full of curious, violent creatures who would love to dissect them if they got a chance? But on the other side of the spectrum, once enough of these outlawed creatures were placed here, what would be stopping them from setting their differences aside, (if any) and simply taking over? Ah, but you’re thinking that maybe the beings that put the offenders here somehow put safeguards in place like limiting their range of mobility to certain territories or maybe even a language barrier that prevents them from understanding each other. Or maybe even a safeguard that would make them destruct if they got to close to each other. Either way, maybe you might want to leave your cash at home the next time you’re in the woods and maybe go hiking in a group. Remember, there is strength in numbers. And always be weary of a Sasquatch throwing up gang signs.


  1. Bigfoot is the E.T. equivalent of a lost chihuahua.

Okay, maybe not a chihuahua, but you get the picture. A lost pet that has run off into the woods whilst the owners are on vacation. And despite these beings being far superior in both intellect and technology, their civilization has somehow yet to come up with putting a chip in their pets. Oh sure, they can anal probe humans all day and are basically giving away implants to track abductees left and right, but when it comes to popping one in ol’ Junior, what? They can’t find it in their budget? I just don’t see this one being plausible.


  1. Speaking of anal probes…

This hypothesis is my favorite. It includes the aforementioned, highly intelligent and technologically advanced race of beings above that traveled and undisclosed distance of space and time to our home world and finds not only a civilization of that expands the reaches of the globe and another intelligent being that hides from the former. Now if you’re going to research the one, why not the other. Or any other cryptids for that matter? Could that be why Nessie has taken a hiatus as of late? Could our favorite Scottish cryptid been taken aboard one of these crafts and experimented on? Maybe dissected like a junior-high experiment? Or maybe Nessie is a delicacy in some parts. Maybe our hairy friend is as well. Maybe they take “Messin’ with Sasquatch” to a whole other level.


  1. Self-exiled/refugees.

One idea that I’ve come across is that the Big Guy is here willingly, whether it be because it did an unspeakable wrong or a cultural taboo that sent waves of guilt and gazes of shame upon it. So overwhelming was this guilt that it had to travel light-years to try to escape it. Or maybe it was trying to escape from something else. Maybe a political party or a dictator. Maybe a tyrannical army. If the latter is true, what happens if whatever is looking for these defector Sasquattle finds them, and in effect, finds us?




“Humph… Me has lot to think about.”



So what do you think? Is there a possible connection between the two phenomenons? If so, what do you think that connection is? Is it one I mentioned here, or is it one that you’ve thought of or heard somewhere? Please, leave it in the comment section. Oh, and before I go, I would be remiss if it didn’t mention the UFO and Sasquatch researcher, Stan Gordon. He is probably one of the most versed people in these two topics intertwining. And since no one left any feedback on my last feature ‘Down the Rabbit Hole’, I decide to give it another go. Well that’s it for me Grimericans. Stay classy.


Down the Rabbit Hole


An interview with Stan Gordon

An article that references a few sightings and explores the idea that both phenomenons are thought forms/tulpas.

An article by Brad Steiger about Momo and the formation of a Sasquatch/UFO investigation team.

A nice, lengthy read.

A discussion on a few sightings in good ol’ PA.

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Hello fellow Grimericans. I hope that when these words reach your eyes that you find yourselves in good spirits and in good health. For those of you who are familiar with my blog posts, you may have noticed my habit of bringing up our hairy hominid friend of the forest. Well I finally decided to write a post dedicated to the phenomenon commonly known as Bigfoot. I can’t really express my fascination with the topic but if you’re on this site and reading this blog, you might have a fascination with this phenomenon yourself. And it is just that isn’t it? Whether there really is a giant unknown hairy creature in the wilds of North America, people regularly claim to see them and as anecdotal as these claims are, it still constitutes a phenomenon. These anecdotal stories are what keep my interest peaked as without them, it can occasionally be hard to stay the course. It’s hard to overlook certain areas of the topic that would point to there NOT being forest dwelling long-leggedy beastie; such as, maybe the most important piece of a skeptical argument, a lack of any definitive physical evidence whether it be a fossil, scat, hair sample, clear video of the creature or even a social security card or a forwarding address.




Some speculate he moved off the grid because he couldn’t afford healthcare. Thanks Obama.



Now with that being said, I do find some of the theories that the researchers propose to be questionable. I’m not knocking them. But I do question. As we all should. And one of these theories that I’ve questioned for quite some time is that the creature we know as Sasquatch is a relic Gigantopithecus. This is commonly known as the ‘Giganto Theory’. So here are some of my questions.






There are two different schools of thought to this theory. One: The creature known as Bigfoot is in fact the relic primate Gigantopithecus; or more specifically, the species Gigantopithecus blacki. And two: Sasquatch evolved from one of the several Gigantopithecus species. (But most likely the “Final Form” of G. Blacki.) Each one has its pros and cons and we’ll go over some of them, but if I had to choose, I would have to go with the latter and I’ll get to why. But first, a brief history of what we know about Gigantopithecus.





“Brace yourselves. A long-winded “brief” explanation is coming.”



How the giant ancient primate came to light is actually a pretty cool story. German paleontologist Gustav Heinrich Ralph von Koenigswald was traveling in China and came across some rather large molars in an apothecary shop. I’ve read from some sources that he was there specifically to find fossils that were known to be sold in these shops as dragon’s bones and such, and were sold for medicinal purposes. This was and still is a common practice in some parts of China and parts of Asia in general. In fact, since von Koenigswald’s discovery in 1935, most of the over one thousand teeth that have been collected have come from the Chinese medicine market. It’s kind of sad to think that maybe a fossil of a now forever unknown animal or perhaps other pieces of the Gigantopithecus puzzle may have been sold and used to help keep certain parts of the human anatomy up for longer periods of time and for other weird remedies that supposedly cured rather mundane ailments that plague mankind like a headache or gas. “What’s that? Your tummy hurts? Here. Take this Unicorn horn, crush it up and take it with your next meal.” Sadly, that was a real Unicorn horn and now we’ll never know their majestic beauty.




Like I do for most things, I blame Tom Cruise.



So upon further study, it was clear that the molars came from a rather large primate. Von Koenigswald then rightfully named the new genus Gigantopithecus which translates to ‘giant ape’. As more and more fossils surfaced, three separate species emerged. Standing at 3 meters or 9.8 feet tall and the largest of the genus, Gigantopithecus blacki was the first discovered and was from the molar von Koenigswald first found. It is also probably the most famous of the genus. They are known to come from caves in South East Asia where not only have teeth been found but mandibles as well. Gigantopithecus bilaspurensis is the second largest of the genus and is most notable because its remains have been dated as far back as the late Miocene period which effectively extended Gigantopithecus’ reign for the many millions of years between the Miocene and Pleistocene time periods. The current scientific paradigm is that they are believed to have lived as recently as one thousand years ago, probably a little later. Lastly, Gigantopithecus giganteus was only about half the size of G. blacki, so the name giganteus is a bit of a misnomer. Regardless, G. giganteus was definitely the cuddliest out of the group. I’m assuming of course.



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Pictured: NOT G. giganteus.



So besides a little over a thousand teeth and a few mandibles, no partial or complete skeleton for that matter, has ever been found. Not even a skull. So how Giganto looked is really up for grabs as long as it incorporates those few known fossils. In fact, besides their diet, most everything about them, their habits, their social structure whether or not they prefer heavy metal to country or if they like to make eye contact during coitus, is left to the imagination. The fact that we don’t know much about Giganto has left the door wide open for the connection between it and the bipedal wood ape of North America. Speaking of bipedal, whether Giganto walked on two legs or on all fours is also unknown. Probably the best case made for Giganto’s possible upright posture was given by the late anthropologist Grover Krantz. Krantz proposed that the widening that appeared in the known mandibles of Giganto were to allow the housing of the trachea if the skull was to be placed directly on top as opposed to being carried forward like other great apes. Despite Krantz’s more than impressive academic background, his theories are often dismissed as flawed. And maybe with good reason. Like I mentioned, only teeth and a few mandibles have ever been found so it is also reasonable to assume that Giganto walked quadrupedally like other large great apes although it may have walked bipedally for short distances. G. blacki is usually shown standing in an upright posture and this is usually to show its awesome size. It is important to note that Giganto’s jaw most resembles that of an orangutan’s and it is therefore believed to be closely related to it. The only real way to determine how Giganto walked is if we find more fossils that would support one of the theories. The missing clue was probably ground up into a powder and ingested by someone with a bruised knee.




“Ahhhhhh…SSSSSSS…Someone get the dragon’s bones! Someone get the dragon’s bones!”



So another issue that I have with the ‘relic Giganto’ theory is the question of Bigfoot’s diet. The one thing that we really do know about Gigantopithecus is what it ate. Its jaw and teeth strongly imply that it was strictly an herbivore. Analysis of the silica deposits from the plant cells that it ate indicate that its main staple of food was probably bamboo. Traces of fruits have also been found in the teeth and it is actually believed that perhaps due to a changing climate, Giganto had to move from a forested habitat to an open one in order to find food, the food being fruit. The fruit’s high acidity and sugar content may have played a major role in its demise. But the fact that Giganto is strictly an herbivore doesn’t coincide with the current paradigm that Sasquatch is an omnivore. Reports have Sasquattle gathering berries and plants as well as hunting game such as deer, elk, moose, the occasional bear and sometimes dogs. That’s strike two in my book for the ‘Relic Giganto’ theory.




An overlooked theory on how they became extinct is that they drummed on each other’s heads with branches until there were none left.


            What’s left to be said about the idea that a living Giganto is thriving in the wilds of the world? If you’re wondering how this Asian primate made it to North America, it is claimed by proponents of the Giganto theory that it made its way to the New World via the Bearing land bridge, like everything else. In this blogger’s opinion, I feel it is far more likely that if Gigantopithecus has anything to do with reports of Sasquattle, it is either A: A cultural memory from our distant ancestors of the giant hairy man-like creature in the woods or B: It is an evolved offshoot of the Gigantopithecus genus. Option B seems would make the most sense to me in the context of either a relic or an evolved offshoot, not the cultural memory part. I’ll cover the cultural memory theory in another ‘Speaking of Sasquattle’ post. There is evidence that points to Homo erectus (PDF) and even modern humans sharing the planet with this giant ape and co-existing alongside of it. Although there is no concrete evidence that Giganto was hunted by our ancestors, at least none that I could find despite me finding references to such, it is reasonable to assume that they had run-ins with each other. How these engagements ended is up for debate. Some claim that Giganto was hunted to extinction by Homo erectus while others contest Giganto perhaps had the largest brain of all of the primates that have existed, (another claim that I could not substantiate with any proof) would have adapted and mobilized out of the reach on early man and therefore modern humans. Again this is conjecture and it is widely believed that H. erectus wouldn’t have been able to take down a full grown, healthy adult male Giganto although it is suggested in the literature that H. erectus may have taken part in the predation of  juvenile, old or sickly Gigantos. I also put forth that if H. erectus hunted the young, old and sick that it may have also hunted female Gigantos as the fossils suggest that there was sexual dimorphism within the genus and their size was substantially smaller than that of the male. Whew, that was a lot of info. Take a deep breath and shake it out.




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            Whether or not the culprit behind the Bigfoot phenomenon is a relic Gigantopithecus or an evolved version thereof is still up in the air. What Giganto does do for the Sasquatch debate is that it establishes a precedence for large primates of this size having existed and existing for a long time. It also shows that the fossils of such a large primate can remain hidden. I know Giganto and Sasquatch are on different sides of the spectrum in regards to when they lived (or in the case of Sasquatch, if it lived) but I suppose that’s the main argument here, if the giant known as Gigantopithecus still walks among us. I want to know what you think. Doe’s Giganto have anything to do with what we know as Bigfoot? Leave a comment below. Please. I crave recognition. Got a question about Sasquatch or a theory that you’ve always wondered about but never had time to hash out the details? Post them below and I’ll tackle them for you. Well, that’s it for me.


-Stay Classy Grimericans



“Comment or the bunny gets it. Is that what you want?”

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No. You didn’t. But just because you didn’t hear it, doesn’t mean it didn’t affect you. What I’m talking about has been pointed to as a possible explanation for hauntings, or at least, the experience of hauntings. Some say that it is used by the creature known as Sasquatch to stun its prey or to scare off intruders that dared enter its territory. It has been implied that the U.S. government and governments of other super powers have utilized it as a weapon. It has even recently been blamed as for the cause of the events leading to the tragic fate of the hiking party of Dyatlov Pass. I am of course talking about infamous infrasound. So if you’re like me and only had a rudimentary understanding of infrasound and hadn’t done the research to pry open its secrets, fear not! One of us finally did!


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So what is infrasound exactly and how can it have the effects on us that were previously described if we can’t even hear it? Let’s try to break it down and to cover all of the bases, let’s start with that rudimentary knowledge I talked about. All creatures have a range of hearing. Sound frequencies are measured by units called hertz. For humans, the general range of hearing is between 20 Hz and 20 kHz. So “Infra” comes from Latin meaning “below” and on the other side of the spectrum, we have “ultra”, which also comes from Latin meaning “above”. So infrasound is below the normal range of hearing for humans and ultrasound is above it. So infrasound and ultrasound are both out of the range for us mere mortals to hear but that doesn’t mean that they can’t still mess with us. Still don’t know how? Fine. Allow me to explain further. Better yet, I’ll let this diagram explain it to you.

sound-diagram 1 There. Now you should be an expert.


Sound is the result of vibrations. These vibrations expresses themselves in the form of waves and just like when waves in liquid form come into contact with an object, say a piece of driftwood or a boat, it can have affects upon it by transferring the energy of those original vibrations to the object. Sound waves work in the same fashion. When a sound wave hits your eardrum, it causes it to vibrate. These resulting vibrations are then interrupted by your brain. There’s a “raise your vibrations” joke somewhere in there. Your eardrum can sense the vibrations that are within its range of frequency. Now we can’t talk about infrasound without talking about resonance. And if you’re lazy and didn’t want to click on the link explaining resonance, I’ll try my by best to explain. Resonance is the tendency of a system or an object to oscillate with greater amplitude or force at some frequencies than others. Basically, if given the right frequency, an object will oscillate more than it would with another frequency. A resonate frequency is when a frequency generates the relative maximum oscillation. This means that even a small frequency can generate large oscillation in an object or system because of stored vibrational energy. It makes its peaks higher and it troughs lower because they line up reinforcing each other. It’s like kicking your legs out and bringing them back in at the right time to gain momentum on a swing using the momentum from the previous swing. Tesla explored this idea and even created an earthquake machine also known as Tesla’s Oscillator.




Tesla really, really hated physical education… like a lot.


Infrasound in Nature

Speaking of earthquakes, they have been known to generate infrasound. It can be caused from the shifting of the tectonic plates. It shouldn’t be any surprise that infrasound is present in nature. Aside from earthquakes, other phenomenon that can generate infrasound include storms, waves, and volcanic eruptions. There are animals that can produce infrasound as well including lions, tigers, and bears; oh my. Okay, not bears but other animals like whales, the American alligator and elephants among many others. The ability to hear infrasound by animals has given rise to the theory as to the reason why some animals can ‘predict’ natural disasters by hearing the infrasonic waves that preceded them. And what about Sasquatch? It is safe to say that without any undeniable proof of the existence of the cryptid known as Bigfoot, it is impossible to state definitively on whether it can produce infrasound or if it can, what it uses it for. Again, it has been asserted that the North American Wood Ape uses infrasonic waves to stun its prey, such as deer, like the lion or the tiger can do to its prey. Here is a video of just such an assumption. There was no microphone on the trail cam (although if it was infrasound that was used, it wouldn’t have mattered.) and skeptically speaking, there is no way of knowing what causes the deer in the video to stop abruptly. A huge hairy hand grabbing the deer at the end of the video followed by blood splattering the camera would have made me more open to the idea that it was Sasquatch. I recall a conversation I had in the Gralien chat room where someone expressed their frustration with the seemingly magical abilities given to Sasquattle. From being able to stun prey or would be Squatchers from getting too close to sensing infrared beams from trail cams. (A discussion for another day.) But the fact is, is that these traits have been attributed to real, non-mythical creatures; although, I do take issue with someone getting a weird feeling in the forest and stating that it had to be Bigfoot. But like everything that is claimed about the elusive, hairy hominid, until there is a body, whether it’s living or dead, the world may never know. Now, before the ‘Devils of the Forest’ steal my train of thought like it has so many times before and you end up reading a couple hundred words of me debating with myself on its existence, let’s move on.



“He’s doing it again!!!”

Evil Government Infrasound Weapons

So if infrasound can cause physiological effects on humans, what would happen if it was weaponized? Well, it already has. Or at least, it has been claimed to have. One of the main pioneers of  infrasound, Vladimir Gavreau, was said to go on to create a weapon that produced focused infrasound that would supposedly render a person incapacitated. The story of how he discovered it is an interesting one but one that has been repeated everywhere on the internet and so I’ll spare you. But in case you haven’t heard the story, you can click here to watch it. But what about infrasonic weapons today? Well the government isn’t claiming that it has any infrasonic weapons in its possession, not any that I could find online at least. And trust me, I looked. But sonic and ultrasonic weapons are a different story and sound has a long history of being weaponized. There are of course anecdotal reports from people claiming to be victims of infrasonic attacks, some of which are in conjuncture with microwaves in order to, which they believe, ultimately cause their death. And whilst I would love to find some definitive evidence on whether there either is or isn’t such weapons and more over their use or non-use on these seemingly innocent victims, I’m sure that any government that is using such weapons will disclose their use of them shortly after they disclose any of their knowledge and their covering-up of extraterrestrial life. So, until then, infrasonic weapons and their use on civilians will remain in the realm of conspiracy.



Because you know… the sound waves…

What Ghosts Sound Like

So by now you’ve probably heard that infrasound can cause the experiences of a haunting and don’t say you haven’t because it was in the first paragraph of this post. But for some of you, the reasoning behind this explanation for some hauntings may still elude you. It all comes down to the effects that infrasound can have on the human body. So like I said before, everything has a resonance. Your eyeballs resonance is at about 18.8 Hz or 19 Hz. So when a relatively small sound wave that you can’t hear begins to resonate your eyeballs, you can start to see things. These hallucinations have often been described as blurry, grey figures. Now if you couple this with other effects of infrasound such as paranoia, stress, the feeling of being watched along with nausea, headaches amongst others, it would appear that you’ve created the perfect haunt-tov cocktail. And if you add someone who has a ‘hyper-sensitivity’ to these frequencies, the results could be scary… literally. And of course I’m not suggesting that this is the case with all hauntings, far from it. I am suggesting that it is a very logical reason for some of them. And through the use of the scientific method, there are ways of differentiating such cases, trending being a primary one.



I said “trending” not “trendy”…


There is still a lot that we don’t know about infrasound and the effects that it has on us. But if you happen to find yourself in the middle of the forest and suddenly feel like you’re in danger and need to leave the area immediately or maybe making supper in the comfort of your own home when you suddenly get a horrific headache and it feels like your insides are going to burst or even if you find yourself at your computer reading this post and you catch a blurry, grey figure out of the corner of your eye, maybe, just maybe, you’re the victim of infamous infrasound. The question you have to ask yourself, is whether or not it’s intentional.

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                 In September of 2012, a man by the name of Rick Dyer had asserted that he had shot and killed the legendary Sasquatch near San Antonio, Texas. You may recognize the name. That’s because he has been associated with a dead Bigfoot body before. Back in 2008, Mr. Dyer, along with Sheriff Deputy Matt Whitton, claimed to have found a body of a Bigfoot and then attempted to preserve the body in a freezer. You might recognize this event as the Georgia Bigfoot Hoax.

 Seems LegitSeems legit…

                The hoax gained widespread media attention when known Bigfoot hoaxer Tom Biscardi jumped into the mix. They went as far as holding press conferences and promising newscasters to join them on site. The charade lasted until August of ’08 when the sham was revealed to indeed be a falsity, to no one in the field of Sasquatchery, let alone cryptozoology’s surprise. After being shown to be in fact a hoax, the group of unscrupulous men claimed it all to be a big joke.

080818_bigfoot_claim“Geeze… learn how to take a joke world…”

                Mr. Dyer has shown up since then. You may have seen the video on the web of a Sasquatch outside of a camper’s tent. This was Rick Dyer. He captured the video of the alleged Woodbooger called “Hank” with his cell phone as it passed by to supposedly feast on pork ribs Dyer had set out as bait in a forested area on the out skirts of San Antonio. When the creature returned, Mr. Dyer shot and killed the animal. After dispatching the legendary creature, it was hauled off to an undisclosed location outside of Las Vegas. His “investors” provided the funding for the scientific testing, e.g. DNA testing, 3D Optical Scans and body scans, which have yet to be released.

1533931_10152515107058858_531302497_nWho needs “Scientific” tests with a picture like this?

 Despite his checkered past, and stateing in an radio interview that the one reason for his website bigfoottrackers.com was “convert people who believe in Bigfoot into Bigfoot haters.”, Mr. Dyer has now stated that after a long dispute with his investors, he has once again reclaimed the body of the Sasquatch named Hank and plans to take it on a national tour. He will be charging a small fee for viewers to gaze upon this magnificent monster.  I have been unable to find out exactly how much but I doubt it’ll be 25¢ a pop. Dyer also released a documentary of the event called “Shooting Bigfoot” back in April of last year.  I’m sure that this isn’t a self-promoting campaign at all and that we can all have a sigh of relief knowing that the mythical hominid is finally proven a reality.

 dyer-logo“Oh, how embarrassing. You caught me looking stoic.”

And definitely not an excuse to plaster his face on the side of his vehicles. That would be absurd…

dyers-hank-tour-trailer“Oh this ol’ thing… I just had it lying around.” 

In all fairness, if Mr. Dyer has the body of a real Sasquatch, I wouldn’t care that it was he who proved the reality of the animal to the world. I really don’t think anyone would. But if this is the greatest discovery in the history of zoology, the history of mankind even, it is hard to swallow that it would be carted around in the back of a trailer being viewed by paying spectators. Well, at least not this day and age. There are all too familiar parallels between this and the Minnesota Iceman which had made headlines again in the Fortean world last year being once again displayed, this time in the Museum of Weird in Austin, Texas. (Fun Fact: Austin is just a little over an hour away from San Antonio) For those of you who don’t know or can’t remember, the Minnesota Iceman was a human like hairy creature that was encased in a block of ice and exhibited at carnivals, side shows, shopping malls and state fairs in the U.S. and Canada in the 60’s and 70’s.  There is still debate on its authenticity in certain circles today. So if history has taught us anything, we can be sure that Dyer’s Bigfoot body will remain in controversy for years to come. Maybe that’s what Mr. Dyer wanted all along.

rickdyerattention“Bigfoot is 100 percent real. There’s no question about that. I’m going to go down in history as the best Bigfoot tracker in the world.”

                                                                      -Rick Dyer

You can follow me on twitter for updates in the world of the Fringe @ForteanMindset

You can also check out a website dedicate to all the fakery associated with Mr. Dyer here.

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The 30-day test showed that children of ganja-using mothers were superior to children of non-ganja mothers in two ways: the children had better organization and modulation of sleeping and waking, and they were less prone to stress-related anxiety. (Melanie Dreher’s studies were funded by Patients Out of Time.)

The editors of Patients for Medical Cannabis were in attendance at the final hearing of the Iowa Pharmacy Board’s review of medical marijuana, where Dr. Melanie Dreher presented the results of her studies with “ganja babies” over the phone. (You can read her testimony on the second page here.) She has been studying the medical uses of ganja, as it’s called in Jamaica, for 30 years.

A quotation from Dreher’s testimony – “You know, people ask me all the time whether I think marijuana should be legalized, and I have been of the opinion for a long time that this is much ado about nothing. It is, compared to tobacco and alcohol, this is such a benign substance.

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A report published by Inexplitica – The Journal of Hispanic Ufology, tells us how remotely guided UFOs have been threatening highways in the city of Buenos Aires. This report was posted on 14 May, 2013.

The report describes how these devices pursue vehicles and startle drivers and fishermen.

“To the south of La Plata, these devices pursue cars or appear out of thin air in the midst of the river, shoulders or cattle troughs to startle drivers and fishermen alike.”

The report describes the area affected by these UFOs.

“A wide area bordered by the Bay of Sanborombón and Route 2 to the south of La Plata have turned into a pole of attraction for the same UFO phenomenon that researchers have associated with the activity of remotely guided luminous probes.”

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