The Maid and the Wild Man of Yallam

She stole away when the night was still,

Wearing her prettiest clothes,

Up to the beeches on Yellowham Hill,

To meet with a wild wose.

Fierce he was, and covered in hair,

With a gleam in his ancient eye.

He beckoned her into his leafy lair

With a smile that made her sigh.

At morn she rose with blushing cheeks,

And fled home to her father’s mill.

She tarried there some forty weeks,

Then went back to the woods on Yellowham Hill.

Up she climbed with a green-haired child,

And came down alone from the wose’ wild.

Harwood Farm Figure Sighting and The Harwood Forest Bigfoot Evidence Photographs

This is a transcript of a conversation taking place between a well known Wild Camper who is very well respected in the community and has camped in some of Northumberlands most remote areas and a Farmer who lives in the North East of england not to far from Harwood Forest and has farmed there Man and Boy as we say in the North.  Both Gentleman have a very good knowledge of what is moving around in nature, they are used to the sounds and tricks on the eye that nature can play. Weather can make a mess of many woods, and the guys in the North East are used to this kind of damage, so anything standing out as unusual to them is of course of great interest to me. I am very grateful to Fell Wanderer and the Farmer for allowing me to share this with you guys.  I can put you in touch with Fell Wanderer Or Neil Young if you have something similar you would like to report, as they will understand with not only their knowledge of Wild Camping but also as they has taken a number of witness accounts from people already.

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Severed deer heads found on border road


The severed heads of two deer have been found on a country road close to the Londonderry-Donegal border.

The deer heads were discovered under a hedgerow on the Bridgend-to-Coshquin road on 9 March.

They were found by local woman Siobhan Ryan while she was walking her dogs.

Her husband, independent councillor John Ryan, said the area was notorious for fly-tipping but that the severed heads were the worst thing to have been dumped there.

The discovery had upset many people in the local community, he added.

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British Woman Tells ‘Bigfoot’ Close Encounter. The Salford Wild Man Accounts

Michael Bachman 2016

England — A 48-year-old woman claims she saw a Bigfoot-like creature at a public park with a golf course and a tennis court in the north west of England. Retired cook Deborah Hatswell told Cryptozoology News that she was truanting school in 1982 when she and a friend had the face to face encounter with the beast at around 2 p.m.. “We decided to skip the afternoon lessons and go and hide out in the park till the 3.30 p.m. bell. There is an old mansion house in the North of the park, a golf course and lots of trees and bushes and places to hide,” she said. Mrs Hatswell states they had been playing around the Buile Hill Park area for about two hours when they decided to lay on the ground to take a break. “We were just being silly giggling and playing around, it was warm and sunny and a really nice day.”

Suddenly, she said, she noticed a “slight movement” on the bushes to her right. Thinking it was a teacher about to put an end to their truancy, she became worried. “Or maybe a local lad messing about. In the split seconds it took the bushes to part, I went from being worried to terrified. In my town, there was no talk of bigfoot or monsters, although we do have the famous haunted Ordsall hall, but that’s about as strange as it gets, or so I thought.” The young girl’s worst nightmares reportedly materialized when she caught a glimpse of the “thing” peeking at the pair through the green vegetation. “A huge ape-man type thing leant forward and just looked at me, from about mid-chest I could see him and he was in my mind a monster,” Hatswell recalls.

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Sutton Courtaney Gravel Pits, Large Black Puma type cat. 1999

CD Witness Statement: Thanks for this opportunity to share my account of seeing a large black cat some years ago. I live in Didcot South Oxfordshire, and my sighting was a couple of miles away from home. The area is just a short walk from the Thames and has a lot of small ponds or water sources scattered all across the area. A mix of woodlands and farm fields it is an ideal place for any large predator to stay hidden and thrive.
In July 1999 and I had just finished work for the day and as I often do, I had decided to go fishing in Sutton courtney gravel pits just outside Didcot, It was in the evening. I would say around 7 pm I was just driving through the pit area to the lake, thinking about getting set up and just enjoying the unwind, when I realised that where I was looking, about half way down where a fence met the track a large black feline had stepped out of tall grass onto the track! It was clearly a cat and not a domestic cat, this was much bigger in build and length, it clearly stood out as unusual to me.


I slammed on the brakes of the car and was sitting there watching it. The creature at this point was on the passenger side and about six feet from the car, so I got a really good look at it approaching me and as it walked by on the passenger side. I opened the door and got out and for obvious reasons I stayed on the drivers side of the vehicle. I stepped on to the sill of the door to get a better look, and as I did, I saw the creature walk around the end of the fence and back into the long grass! I can only describe it as black about four to five feet long, with shortish legs, a long tail curled upwards, the closest resemblance I can think of is a jaguar or puma! I had been to this area fishing many times and have never seen the like before or since.

The Oxford Newspaper states:

DOZENS of big cat sightings have been reported across many corners of Oxfordshire, a new Freedom of Information Act request has revealed. Police have revealed they received 13 reported sightings of big cats in Oxfordshire since January 2010, with another 11 scattered across the rest of the policing area. Sightings of panther-type creatures have ranged from Minster Lovell and Aston Rowant, to the heart of Oxford in Headington.

The Oxford Mail reported that Thames Valley Police wildlife officer Pc Simon Towers had found a puma’s footprint in West Oxfordshire. Karen Godfrey, 41, of Hewitt Close, Leafield, was with her mother-in-law in July 2000 when a big cat crossed in front of the car on the outskirts of Chadlington. She said: “It was more the size of the tail that scared us. “It jumped over a wall in two leaps. “We got out and stupidly tried to chase it, but it had gone.” Derek Bowers, of Eynsham Road, Botley, was heading to a business meeting in Great Rollright when a big cat crossed the road in front of him. He said: “When I told people in the village, they said it had been seen quite regularly around that area.”

Kyle Walters, from Barton, saw a big cat a month ago while walking his dog on the outskirts of the city. He said: “My dog was looking into the field and a jet black cat-like animal passed us only 15 metres away. “It was about a foot-and-a-half tall and did not seem the slightest bit bothered by me or my dog.” In July, organisers of Truck in Steventon were sent photographs apparently showing a panther-like creature skulking around the Hill Farm venue after this year’s music festival. Wildlife officer Pc Simon Towers had found a puma’s footprint in West Oxfordshire.

I have taken a huge number of cat reports over the years, so many I no long doubt they are here.  Elusive and in a natural environment most cats will avoid humans at all costs.  If your interested in big cat research there are a number of people who I can put you in touch with that may know of any sightings in your area.  It goes without saying a simple google search of your area using the words Puma or Large Black Cat will bring forth a flood of accounts.  Far too many for me to name here.

 Until Next Time Deborah.



He just stood there, watching me Aug 2017 Wildman Co. Armagh.

I would like to report an experience that happened to me just last month (Aug 2017), I was unsure about coming forward, and to be honest I still am, I was in Brackagh which borders a road and is near human habitation in Co Armagh.  I was out as I like to walk and I was exploring an old stomping ground of many years from my youth, I spent a lot of time down here as a lad with my friends or on my own, for hours on end. Back then the area was different, as this is now a nature reserve and is used by dog walkers on a loop walk trail, you can leave the trails and paths if you want too, but I doubt anybody does. There are seven peat rompers ( raised narrow walks) and I had walked three or four of them at least that day already, so id been out for quite some time at this point.

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Teddy Boy Bigfoot. I’m confused. Is it left or right???

Yet another outrageous hoax by our well known Irish hoaxer. As videos released today show. Not only is this man outed for his bigfoot hoaxes, but also for lies about his service record, Medals he claims are “his” can be bought online as a decorative piece that went on sale to the general public, and are NOT awarded by the armed forces.