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If you wish to become a member of the British Bigfoot Research Team and would like to be included in any of our social media sites or our Youtube Official TEAM CHATBOX, just comment below or email me and I will get you to the right place.  You are under no obligation to join or do any research activity. It’s a community we are building suited to everyone’s differing abilities. Cake and Tea under a Tree is our motto and we would love you to join us. THE BOOK OF WITNESS ACCOUNTS: Is now available on Kindle Amazon US https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07P3Z6BWQ Kindle Amazon UK https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07P3Z6BWQ Paperback  US https://www.amazon.com/dp/1797797034 Paperback  UK https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1797797034 Good Reads   https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/4… EBAY STORE: Memberships, Kit Badges or Book: https://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/hackey.2012 PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/DeborahHatswellBigfootReports TWITTER: https://twitter.com/DebbieReports YOUTUBE CHANNEL:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYGn8pR90PO_oBzOjiZ23tA MAP OF[…]

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Chupacabra Kills Two Men & The Legend of El Cadejo

The mysterious death of a handyman from a small village near the town of Siguatepeque (Honduras) has caused numerous rumors that Chupacabra killed him, writes the local site Tiempo.hn. A farmer assistant was found dead on Tuesday in early February after being attacked by a mysterious animal who sucked all of his blood out. Details of the incident are known from the words of neighbors. The truth does not indicate whether they really saw something or their story is based only on assumptions. Neighbors said that the handyman got tired after a busy day and decided to take a break. He lay down in the shade of a tree next to the stones and took off his shoes. The unfortunate did not notice that next to his resting place was[…]

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The case of Guðmundur and Geirfinnur” Iceland’s Oldest Murder Mystery

THE TRAGIC STORY OF SÆVAR CIESIELSKI Sævar Ciesielski died in Copenhagen on July 13, of accidental causes. He was nothing less than Iceland’s most famous felon. Along with a group of his friends, he was convicted of two murders in 1980, after having been held in custody for a long time. This is the most written and talked about criminal case in Icelandic history, Guðmundar og Geirfinnsmálið (“The case of Guðmundur and Geirfinnur”—after the two alleged victims, whose bodies have never been recovered). After he was released from jail in 1984, Sævar fought for the case to be reopened. He always professed his innocence, but to no avail. In the last years, Sævar started living the life of a homeless man, staying mostly in Copenhagen. Many think that Sævar and his[…]

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Yeti PROOF? Indian army finds mysterious footprints in snow of the Himalayas – shock claim

“YETI” footprints have been pictured in the snow of the Himalayas by a mountaineering expedition team in the Indian Army. The team released pictures on Twitter of giant footprints in the snow. They claimed the 32×15 inches markings were from a Yeti. The shocking photographs show clearly visible footprints but of only one foot.  The army wrote on Twitter: “For the first time, an Indian Army Mountaineering Expedition Team has sighted Mysterious Footprints of mythical beast ‘Yeti’ measuring 32×15 inches close to Makalu Base Camp on 09 April 2019.

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Goblin, Troll or Bigfoot? A Man in Sweden Sees Black Haired ‘Monkey Creature’ hiding in the woods.

Many years ago when I started to look for witnesses to impossible creatures here in the UK, I thought if I was really lucky and looked everywhere I may find 4 or 5 similar reports to my own.  So as you can imagine my research has come a very long way since then, I have worked with people from all across the UK, North America, Russia and Canada learning everything and anything I could to try and explain what people are seeing and the to collect the stories behind those encounters.  I have been very lucky to work with some of the top researchers in their field and now thanks to my friends in Europe and Russia we have started to plug the gaps as we realise these Hominid Creatures[…]

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‘Ole Red Eyes’

The following article was printed in The Evening Sun (Hanover, PA) on October 31, 2011: The stream gurgle fades with the waning afternoon light, as you press deeper into the woods. A muddy shore gives way to thick grass heavy with rain. The path narrows, branches grasp and pull. Something moves and you turn with a start — a squirrel bounds away through the brush. If it’s March, or April, we’re not having this conversation. You’re not wide-eyed and alone and half-lost in a maze of trees and undergrowth. But this is the season for ghouls and for legends. It’s the time of year editors send reporters out to the wild, in search of fleeting phantoms. Thus, the mothman creature that reportedly lives in the rural Adams County woods. And[…]

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The British Wildman by Debbie Neal.

  This report was made by Debbie Neal and I feel this is one of the best articles of research in the UK to date. It not only answers many of the questions we ask ourselves or are asked when explaining the encounters here and the reports made I’m still studying the groups files and collecting information. This is how it’s shaping so far. I’ve included thoughts. brain-storming and questions as I go along, though many of these are unique to individual experiences and are not included. The more I read, the more similarities seem to occur, and information I previously thought maybe not to be so important started to crop up again and again and tie in with new thoughts I was having, so about a month back, I[…]

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Sawney Bean – Scotland’s most Famous Cannibal by Ben Johnson

Historical Scotland reports on the legend of Sawney Bean and his family Little is known for certain about his early life, however Sawney Bean is believed to have been born in East Lothian in the late 15th century, and was a tanner by trade. The latter part of his life is a little better documented following his relocation across country to Ayrshire and his marriage. The newly wed Mr and Mrs Sawney Bean set up home at Bennane Cave, by Ballantrae in Ayrshire, Scotland. Bennane Cave was rather an imposing abode, with tunnels penetrating the solid rock and extending for more than a mile in length. In addition, the accommodation featured lots of side passages where a young couple could extend into, and convert over the next 25 years, to accommodate[…]

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