My earlier article right here at Mysterious Universe with regards to monster-hunting was titled “Bigfoot: Why Cannot We Discover the Proof?” It was centered on sure very unusual facets of america’ most well-known monster, akin to the truth that Bigfoot appears to be impervious to bullets, that the creatures vanish earlier than peoples’ eyes, and that we now have by no means, ever been capable of safe Bigfoot DNA. There’s one other situation related to all of this. Arguably, it is essentially the most controversial side of all. Particularly, the hyperlinks between Bigfoot and UFOs. Certainly, I’ve seen so many Bigfoot researchers fume and rant when the matter of UFOs are introduced into the area of Bigfoot analysis. Too dangerous. The very fact is there are quite a lot of reviews of unusual lights seen within the sky in the identical location, and at similar time, that the Bigfoot creatures have been seen. Prefer it or not, on the subject of the UFO angle of Bigfoot there is a thriller to be resolved. Sadly, it is a thriller that’s typically ignored – and intentionally, too. I select not to disregard it.
One of the crucial intriguing instances got here from a person named James C. Wyatt, of Memphis, Tennessee, who shared with paranormal skilled, Brad Steiger, a duplicate of his – Wyatt’s -grandfather’s journal from 1888. It described the previous man’s publicity to the Bigfoot phenomenon, manner again within the 19th century. The placement was the Humboldt Meridian, in northwestern California. It was whereas within the space, on one explicit day, that Wyatt’s grandfather encountered a tribesman carrying a plate of uncooked meat. Puzzled, he requested what it was for. After pondering on issues for some time the person motioned Wyatt Sr. to observe him. On arriving at a cave constructed right into a cliff face, he was shocked to see an enormous, hair-covered, man-like beast. It was, nevertheless, fairly docile and enthusiastically ate the meat supplied for him. It was then that Wyatt’s grandfather received the complete story. The beast – nicknamed “Loopy Bear” – had supposedly been delivered to the forests “from the celebs.” Nothing lower than a “small moon” had descended, ejecting each the creature and a number of other others of its sort. The “moon” was reportedly piloted by very human-looking entities that all the time waved on the Indians as they dumped the furry beasts on their land.
Now, let’s check out the British Bigfoot. Or, particularly, one such creature that has been seen within the U.Ok. It is described as trying like a big chimpanzee and is known as the Shug Monkey (“shug” is an previous English phrase for “demon”). Notably, the Shug Monkey has largely been seen in Rendlesham Forest, Suffolk. That space of forest simply occurs to be the positioning of what’s claimed to be the U.Ok.’s most well-known UFO encounter; an occasion that occurred again in December 1980. Transferring on: Citadel Ring, Staffordshire, England – from the place a lot of important Bigfoot-type reviews have surfaced – additionally has longstanding hyperlinks to UFO exercise. It is an historic hill-fort courting again hundreds of years. Graham Allen, of the Staffordshire UFO Group, mentioned in 2005:
“Citadel Ring is the best level on the [Cannock] Chase which makes it a superb place for UFO recognizing. There have been quite a few incidents of UFOs, which may very well be since you usually tend to see one thing from a excessive level.” Allen elaborated that with respect to unearthly encounters at Citadel Ring: “‘There have been reviews of one thing touchdown there within the Nineteen Sixties. From a analysis viewpoint there are a excessive variety of reviews round historic websites. One argument may very well be that historic websites have been positioned there due to the incidents of UFOs and pure phenomenon. There may very well be places the place there may very well be magnetic influences within the floor which have been attributed to earth lights.” How curious that each UFOs and Bigfoot-type animals ought to be seen at Citadel Ring.
Whereas most Bigfoot seekers dismiss (or outright ignore) the UFO angle, some do not, fortunately. Considered one of them is Stan Gordon, the writer of Silent Invasion: The Pennsylvania UFO-Bigfoot Casebook. Stan’s guide is a swirling cauldron stuffed with darkish and ominous woods; glowing-eyed beast-men prowling the countryside by night time; unusual lights within the sky; UFO landings; neighborhoods gripped by terror and concern; and far, rather more, too. And, it’s due to Stan’s analysis, in addition to his in-depth information ready again when all the darkish drama was at its very peak, that we’re now capable of admire the curious chaos and calamity that collectively hit the unsuspecting individuals of Pennsylvania all these years in the past. The very fact is there is a hyperlink between anomalous lights and hair-covered creatures. It is unlucky that this admittedly weird angle of the Bigfoot phenomenon is averted by so many within the area.