Holme Fen, Wood Knocks, Gamekeeper Reports Wood Knocking

This is an account that came in through the Report a Bigfoot Sighting in the UK, my UK Facebook Page, The witness Mr. RJC shared this in a message with me: Hi I was recently down at Holme Fen which is an area of Special Scientific Interest, and an area which I have visited hundreds of times … The woods here are diverse and full of Silver Birch, Beach and Oak trees.  Wild life abounds with many species of native and visiting bird life.  The area has fisheries and The Great Fen is a 50-year project to create a huge wetland area. One of the largest restoration projects of its type in Europe, the landscape of the Fens between Peterborough and Huntingdon is being transformed for the benefit both of wildlife and of people.

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A History of Hairy Giants in Britain 1st century BC – 12 Century AD

How do we answer the question of “there is no history of the British Wildman/Bigfoot”? A legend exists in various forms that giants were either the original inhabitants, or the founders of the land named Albion. As early as the first century Albion and Caldionia and the islands of the Iernians and the Albiones. which are now Scotland, England, Ireland and Wales were noted in historical text as plagued by giants. These are the very first paintings of Britains Giants, dont let the costume’s fool you, the clothes are the Artists era, and not historically correct. This is the story of Albina and her Daughters, who mated with said giants. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albion why didnt we learn this in school?? The giants are depicted in the background? In some of the photograph’s the giants[…]

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Niners Quarry Part 2

See earlier Post: Days had gone past since our first encounter. We discussed at great length what it could have been. Normally you would have a rational explanation but we just couldn’t explain it. Now come on, just how do you climb up a sheer vertical rock face of 30 ft in 3 seconds or less in the dark? We decided to go back in the dark. Not late this time, and we had something for protection. My gran, who is sadly no longer with us, used to live on Broomhill estate, Knottingley. About half a mile north of Niners. So it was a good place to meet, Lee and myself got ready at her house. We were going prepared this time. I had a BSA meteor air rifle on which[…]

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Little Golden Maned Men, Errington Woods 1/1/18 Trolls, Boggart? or small Hairy Folk?

YD: Deborah. I came across your website whilst searching for some help. I want to report something I saw on new years day this year while I was walking my dog. I know you usually take reports of  Bigfoot’s and Yetis but I don’t know how else to explain the “things” that I have saw or who to go too to report it. I guess you could call them Little Foots. Because I saw something in the woods that wasn’t large, but they were short. Two little small and hairy human type figures. I regularly take my dog walking in some woods near the village of New Marke. These woods are called Errington Woods. Well on New Years day I was on my usual walk with the dogs when I[…]

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Four Barrow’s, Figures, A Wolf Like Creature and Growls, and Giant Men

On Saturday 12th May 2012, a small group of The Twilight Shadows Paranormal Team decided that we would go on a three-location paranormal road trip. We wanted to visit three ancient sites here in the UK Our first location brought us to some allegedly haunted woods in Wiltshire, known for dark figures and screams and howls it did seem the perfect “haunted” place to do an investigation. The woodlands we were visiting lie on an ancient site and as soon as you enter them, it felt to me like an ethereal, atmospheric sensation, envelops you.  I felt off” but I’m not able to explain how or why?

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Shared by a Friend, Something some of you will enjoy i think. “Conversations with Pan”, R. Ogilvie Crombie

One beautiful afternoon I was wandering about the rock garden and other favorite spots. Eventually I began walking along a path skirting the north side of Inverleith House, which is situated on rising ground in the centre of the gardens and is now Edinburgh’s Modern Art Gallery. Leaving the path I crossed an expanse of grass, dotted with trees and bushes, to a seat under a tall beech tree. When I sat down I could lean my shoulders and the back of my head against the tree. I became, in some way, identified with this tree, became aware of the movement of the sap in the trunk and even of the infinitely slow growth of the roots. There was a decided heightening of awareness and a sense of expectation. I[…]

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