Something Is Out There. Its Hiding In The Trees. A Hand Pushed Under my Tent.

Deb I only contacted you after much toing and froing as I am a wild camper and quite well known in some circles,they didn’t call it ‘wild’ camping back when I started as a boy, it was just a night off the farm in those days, my Family ran a beef and dairy farm and it was long hours for not much pay. We always had food and plenty to barter with but ready cash was always in short supply. In the countryside people hunt their food still and back then it was more prevalent, pigeon, duck, rabbit and hare were a welcome catch. Now it’s frowned upon by some, but I was brought up alongside nature and one day I will return to it. It’s all just a circle.[…]

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Another Consett Report, Geo Chasers Scared out of an Area. And the many NE Bigfoot Reports.

I would like to thank all of our new Members, Listeners and Readers that have subscribed to the Podcasts and Youtube channel, Facebook, Twitter and Patreon. It is wonderful to see so many new people and I would like to offer this opportunity to not only thank you but to also offer the chance to have your questions answered in future uploads.  I understand the subject of British Cryptids is new to so many and I am sure here at BBR we can try and answer as many of those questions for you as possible, or you may be able to shed light on something I have not thought of, or I have not seen or learned yet.  This week I would like to answer one of the regular questions[…]

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MONSTERS OF KENT. The ‘beast’ of Blue Bell Hill is back…

The so-called ‘beast’ of Blue Bell Hill has existed in one for or other since the 1500s when a mysterious creature was spotted near Boxley and Burham. On August 5th 2009 a sheep was killed not far from Blue Bell Hill at a farm which had never, in 40 years, suffered a sheep loss. In the area two piles of fresh excrement were discovered next to the contents of the sheep’s gut (digested grass) and a few yards away the eaten, and cleanly rasped remains of a sheep.       Here is one of several photo’s taken at the time: Original Source

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Kang Admi’ or Snow-Mountain Man.

Separating fable from fact in Himalayan narratives can be a challenge, as fraught with uncertainty as crossing a snow-covered glacier full of hidden crevasses. But in a curious way, the lore and legends of these high places tend to erase whatever lines exist between truth and fiction, memory and imagination, or even dictatorial proof and egalitarian invention. Science can sometimes be as enigmatic as poetry, while lyric verses often contain more clear-sighted observations than rational interpolation. There is probably no better example of the ambiguous intersection of reality and perception or logic and make-believe, than various quests for the ‘Abominable Snowman’. Toward the end of their stay in the Valley of Flowers, Frank Smythe and Wangdi Norbu set off to reconnoitre a route to Nilgiri Parbat. While crossing a high[…]

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The Moorland Creature. 1865 to 2017

The Woodwose and The Wildman have been reported here in the UK since the very first century, and we know new reports of strange hairy wild human type figures come in almost daily.  There are sparse newspaper reports even in modern times let alone 130 yrs ago. In 1865 there was a report made to the police by several villagers in the small villages within the Dales. The earliest magazine report of a ‘wild man’ surfaced in October of 1904 an article written by  Joe Adam where he republished the account from an earlier gentleman’s magazine dated 1865. The article describes how many of the people who lived in one village in Derbyshire had to deal with a so called ‘wild man of the woods’ He was an extraordinary being[…]

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The Uniondale Hitchhiker

In stormy weather on Easter weekend of 1968, a young engaged couple had a car accident on the Baramdas-Willowmore road around 20 kilometres from the town. Marie Charlotte Roux was sleeping in the back seat of their Volkswagen Beetle when her fiancé lost control of the car. The car overturned and she was killed. On Easter weekend in 1976 the ghost bride was first sighted and since then many other sightings have been reported. All involve a female hitchhiker who is given a lift, then disappears a few kilometres down the road, and some have reported car doors opening and closing, laughter and a chill in the air.

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The mystery of the Wild Man of the woods

AS AUTUMN thins the leaves of the oak trees and hazel coppices of Yellowham Woods, the ancient woodland adjacent to Puddletown Forest, just outside of Dorchester, this could very well be the best time of year to spot what purports to be Dorset’s answer to Bigfoot! The simian-like creature of American folklore, otherwise known as Sasquatch, has long been a staple of the ‘Wild Men’ stories found among the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast. Said to inhabit the forests of that region, with sightings spread throughout North America however, Bigfoot is now something of a phenomenon in popular culture, yet he may have a British cousin…

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The “Wild Man” of Central Asia

The Unmuseum In central Asia, in what, until a few years ago was the Soviet Union, there are stories of a large, ape-like creature that inhabits the mountains. It goes by the name of the Alma. Unlike the better known Bigfoot and Yeti, reports about the Alma say that the creature is much more of a rough, hairy human than an ape. Professor Boris Porchnev, of the Moscow Academy of Sciences, published a description of the creature based on detailed stories he’d gathered from people who had seen it. “There is no underlayer of hair so that the skin can sometimes be seen,” says the report. “The head rises to a cone-shaped peak,” it continues, and “the teeth are like a man’s, but larger, with the canines more widely separated.” Porchnev’s description[…]

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