On Thursday morning, July 22, Dr. Desmond Kidd, Yosemite National Park’s medical director, had just finished a busy 24-hour shift at the park’s clinic—it was, after all, the height of the summer tourist season—and the 36-year-old physician was beat. But not long after he arrived back at the log cabin he shared with other park employees in Yosemite Village, his pager went off. Kidd called in to the park dispatcher and was asked to join a search for a missing person—a search, the dispatcher said, “with law enforcement implications.”
In two and a half years of working in Yosemite, Kidd had helped rescue a number of hikers who had lost their way, but before he headed out of Yosemite Village in a convoy of four-wheel-drive vehicles toward the nearby hamlet of Foresta, he learned that this search was different. Five months earlier, three female tourists had vanished from their hotel room at the Cedar Lodge, near Yosemite’s entrance, and had been found a month later, brutally murdered. Now, Kidd was told, another young woman had disappeared. Joie Ruth Armstrong, 26, an ebullient, strawberry-blond naturalist at the nearby Yosemite Institute and a casual acquaintance of Kidd’s, had been planning to spend the weekend visiting friends in Sausalito. Armstrong had never shown up, and her friends feared something had happened to her.
AN APEMAN standing eight feet tall and with “red burning eyes” has
been spotted lurking around woods … in Tunbridge Wells. Reports claim that a “hairy beast with demonic eyes” has been seen on the 200-acre Tunbridge Wells Common in Kent several times in the past. According to local community website Tunbridge Wells People, the Kentish Apeman – or British Bigfoot – was first seen 70 years ago during World War Two, but has “now returned”. It states that the last sighting took place on the edge of the woods when the “beast” roared, scaring off a man walking home through the woods. The witness said the apeman was “covered in hair” and had “long arms and stood at around 8 ft tall”.
Nick a former Ghost Adventures host visited the tunnels to do a 72 hour investigation in to the strange activity noted by visitors to the Drakelow Tunnel system, Built to house munitions the tunnels workers disturbed an ancient barrow (burial mound) during its build.
Many people believe this is now the reason the tunnels are haunted by dark figures, stones thrown, evp’s and on occasion half man half dog like creatures have been reported crouching in corners. Surrounded by woodland and close to the River Severn this is a spooky place indeed.
A man in England was surprised by a monkey-like animal he says came out of the woods in the county of Suffolk.
Bury St Edmunds resident Geoff Knights says he was looking for “big cat signs” in the Offton woods, near Stowmarket, when the creature showed up on Aug. 14. “I have seen one big cat and several pug marks too,” Knights, also known as Crabtree, said. “Then I heard it as clear as day.”
The Silver Telegram reported today RUSSIAN STUDENT WAS REMOVED TERRIBLE DISCOVERY IN THE VIDEO.
Explorer of abandoned buildings from the city of Kursk may have found the remains of a creature about which science knows nothing. The amazing find was made in an abandoned building of his native city, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the news of the world.