MY ENCOUNTER WITH THE “GREEN MAN” reported Nov 2015 A Hairy Creature in the wood

My name is mark Thompson and I now live in New Zealand, but originally I lived in England near London, in a town called High Wycombe. My encounter involves the legendary Green Man. The Green Man is a legend of old, and dates back thousands of years just like the native American stories of sasquatch. In my case I grew up next to the Chiltern hills, which span across the southwest to the northwest of London. It is a very dense wooded area and has many legends of the Green Man, Herne the hunter, jack ‘o’ lantern. Willo the wisp, Jack ‘o’ the Green etc. Some parts of the UK were not inhabited until the late 1800’s so forestry was quite big in England.

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Robert Shankland, 56, has shared snaps of a strange Bigfoot like creature in Dumfries and Galloway

The Scottish Sun Bigfoot investigator claims he has proof legendary monster is hiding out in SCOTTISH forest.  Robert Shankland, 56, has shared snaps of what he claims is a 14-inch footprint left by the giant creature in Dumfries and Galloway.

Part-time labourer and gardener Robert Shankland has shared snaps of what he claims is a 14-inch footprint left by the giant creature in Dumfries and Galloway.

The 56-year-old has spent two years hunting for evidence of a “bipedal hominid creature” in Galloway Forest Park, which spans 300 square miles. As well as pictures of the “footprint”, Robert, from Burnside, Lanarkshire, reckons another image could show the creature staring at him from trees.

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Cannock Chase 3. Castle Ring Accounts. Hairy Men, Ghosts and Black Shadow Man

The Caveman of Castle ring 500 B.C. and A.D. 40

While reports of Bigfoot-like hairy wild men abound throughout Britain, there is one area of the country that seems to attract more than its fair share of such activity: Castle Ring, in the county of Staffordshire. Located near the village of Cannock Wood and constructed between 500 B.C. and A.D. 40,  Castle Ring is an Iron Age structure commonly known as a Hill Fort. It is 801 feet above sea level, and it main ditch and bank enclosure is fourteen feet high and, at its widest point, 853 feet across. Another of our ancient sites here in the UK

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A Werewolf in Cambridgeshire. Run away!!

John Knifton’s Blog reported:  In three previous blog posts, I discussed “Shuck”, the huge phantom black dog, who for centuries has roamed, for the most part, the fields, fens and even beaches of East Anglia. I showed, though, that the cryptic canid has also walked on occasion in Nottinghamshire, visiting churchyards and graveyards. He frequents ancient tracks and pathways and, in particular, a lonely footpath down by the River Trent in Beckingham. He has been seen in isolated Crow Lane in South Muskham and, in recent times, on a pitch black Blyth Road, near Hodsock Priory.

These are hairy bipeds with canid features who, like Black Shuck, seem to occur “near freshwater; on hills; at boundary areas such as roads; and on or near burial grounds, and military zones, and all types of sacred areas around the world”: These are the words of Linda S Godfrey in her wonderful book, “Real Wolfmen: True Encounters in Modern America”: Full Article.

110 Years of Eerie Bigfoot Encounters in Humboldt County, CA

Cryptozoology News reported It’s not uncommon to hear about Bigfoot sightings in the Golden State, but there’s one county in particular with over 110 years of encounters: the lush, vast Humboldt County. These old, deep Pacific Northwest woods hold generations of Bigfoot stories. Here are a few compelling accounts from Humboldt County between 1896 and 2007.

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WORMWOOD FILES: “Horrors of Headless Valley”

Wormwood Tales By Dr. Abner Mality

“It’s a fancy place that old-timers dream about. … Some said the “valley was full of gold and some said it was hot as hell owing to the warm springs. … It had a wicked name too, for at least a dozen folks went in and never came out’ … Indians said it was the home of devils.”

The above quote comes courtesy of famous author John Buchan, who wrote the mystery classic “The 39 Steps”. It sums up very well the enigma of the place we will be visiting today.The area is known on maps as the Nahanni Valley…but in legend, it has the much more ominous name of “Headless Valley”. It did not acquire that name through random chance.

Are there any more lost worlds left to discover in our modern world? Very few, that’s for sure, but in North America, not too many places are better qualified for that description than the Nahanni Valley. It is an incredibly beautiful and rugged location…and absolutely unreachable by conventional means. Even today, the only real access to it comes through single-engine “bush planes” or boat. It is located in Canada’s Northwest Territories, near the border with Alaska and at the southern terminus of the Mackenzie Mountains.

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THE APEMAN OF ABERNETHY FOREST.

Beast of Britain Blog today reported an account that came in to my facebook page. Andy Mcgrath did the work on this account as I was away.  He had done a stirling job and I would like to thank him for helping me out.

 

THE APEMAN OF ABERNETHY FOREST

Satellite Map of Abernethy Forest

Abernethy Forest in Scotland is the largest part of what remains of the Old Caledonian forest, located in Strathspey in the Scottish Highlands, it is an area that comprises 4000 hectares of forest. It has an abundant red and roe deer population and black grouse and the capercaillie (wood grouse) as well as 70 bird species in total. There are otters and pine marten, as well as wildcat and red squirrel, multitudinous rabbits and ample wild food sources, like blackberries, cowberry, crowberry, sorrel and abundant edible fungi. The area has a tiny population, below 5000 people, nearly all of which reside in the towns of Nethy Bridge, Boat of Garten and Aviemore.

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A15 Hibaldstow 8ft Black Figure moving off into the reeds. Was it a British Bigfoot Sighting.

NEW IN TODAY. I would like to report a Sighting that happened only yesterday 18/6/18. It was between 1.30pm and 2pm myself and my partner were travelling on the A15 heading towards Lincoln. There’s a layby on the road which is roughly a mile or so from the Hibaldstow turn off.  And as we were driving we saw an upright moving figure as we were moving along the road.  We saw him about 20 foot past the layby.  He was upright on two legs, all black in colour and heading away from the road, he was moving through the reed grasses and on into the bushes where we lost sight of him. I realise it was broad daylight and there was other traffic on the road, so this should not have happened. It wasn’t a dark lonely road at night or in the middle of a vast forest, which is how I’ve been trying to debunk it to myself, but nevertheless I cant talk myself out of what I saw yesterday. It might seem impossible to some but I am certain of what I saw and so is my partner.

I asked the witness to describe what she saw before we chatted so I did not influence her in any way which is something I do with all the people that contact me. I say ‘him’ because his energy was male, at the risk of sounding like a crazy person, I see aura and feel energies amongst other things. His energy continued to intrude in my thoughts for the rest of the day, he knew someone had seen him and he was worried. As for a description he was around 8-9 ft feet tall, and a dead black colour all over.

One other thing to note, I have a dashcam in the car so checked the footage in the hopes we had caught him walking away, and there’s a 4hr gap. My dashcam records anything out of the ordinary, ie: heavier than normal breaking and even when the engines off and stationary the sensor picks up anything close to the vehicle, randomly recording at 5 min intervals.  The last recording was at 12.03 just before we set off for the A15 and then nothing until I used the car again around 4pm that night.