New Release from Chris Turner UK filmmaker and dedicated reporter of all alternative subjects brings an exciting new look at some of the strange things being reported in a small corner of Yorkshire.
So what is going on here? Inter-dimensional visitors from the Otherworld? Advanced military projects? Extraterrestrials? Black magic? Spirits of the land? We live in a more unusual world than most of us ever really notice. The type of incidents detailed in this documentary occur the length and breadth of our island and planet and have done arguably for as long as we have existed. This is a classic piece of citizen investigation. Strange lights in the sky, people disappearing, big cats stalking the landscape, werewolves in the woods, fairy folklore, little humanoid creatures, this is high strangeness galore! The veil between worlds seems to be very thin in this area of East Yorkshire.
Cryptozoology News today reported A man in Jefferson City says he saw and ran over a creature resembling a dog and a rabbit.
The 52-year-old Missourian, who provided a full name and contact information but asked to remain anonymous, claims he was driving from Colorado to South Dakota when he came across the being.
“I was going from Colorado Springs to Rapid City. It was about 1 a.m. when I came over a small hill on Highway 85 just north of Lusk, Wyoming,” the IT senior manager told Cryptozoology News about the May 2012 incident. “As I came over the hill, saw a creature in my headlights that looked like an over sized white rabbit.”
The man says he unsuccessfully tried not hitting the animal.
In May 2005 the British newspapers picked on a strange story in the NW if England in a seaside village. The mystery beast as tall as a Labrador dog with big loping ears, a large mouth, light in colour and which moved with a lolloping gait was mystifying residents of the heavily wooded Green Drive area in the Lancashire town of Lytham.
Over twenty witnesses have reported seeing the animal which some describe as a “Hound from the Baskervilles,” an overgrown hare, a werewolf, one chap even likened it to Bigfoot, while another to the cartoon character Wile E. Coyote. Others simply believe it is a mangy fox, or a Muntjac Deer. The more sceptical folk in the area say there has been too much of the amber nectar flowing freely down some peoples necks.