Adam Davies returned Saturday, November 20th from his expedition in search of India’s famed apeman, the Mande Burung (Wild Jungle People). After two weeks in the jungles of the West Garo Hills district of the state of Meghalaya, Adam and his team of researchers came away with some very compelling evidence of the creature’s existence. Having just returned, Adam was understandably jet-lagged and exhausted, but he was kind enough to send me a brief email in which he offered to allow me to reprint some of the initial notes he made on his blog concerning his findings. I hope to speak with Adam soon (once...
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Do large, black panthers prowl the forests and rural farmlands of Australia? Are they responsible for killing and mutilating livestock in the Australian countryside? Big cats are not indigenous to the Australian continent, yet frequent sightings of these creatures have been reported. Read the extract from Rebecca Lang's and Michael Williams' new book Australian Big Cats: An Unnatural History of Panthers.
Cryptozoologist Adam Davies recently met with members of his team of fellow cryptid researchers who will accompany him on his latest expedition to the West Garo Hills district of the state of Meghalaya in India, in search for evidence of the Mande Burung, a legendary man-like ape (or perhaps ape-like man) that has long been reported as having been seen and encountered in this heavily forested and remote region of India. Read more about their plans here.
Once again, I've been in contact with cryptozoologist Adam Davies this week and he told me in confidence of a very exciting new development in his research of the Orang Pendek, Sumatra's mystery ape. Moments ago he forwarded me a statement that was only just released to the press. After five expeditions to the Sumatran jungles in search of this creature, Adam and his team have finally gotten strong scientific evidence that this is indeed an unknown and undiscovered species. Congratulations, Adam! Well done!
Did American traveler Linda Smith find herself in a parallel universe, or perhaps trapped in some sort of "time bubble" when she stepped off of her train train at the Newtonmore station in Scotland? Did she experience a "time slip" and witness an echo of the past in this little Scottish town? Read on for yet another bizarre and fascinating experience from Linda.
I was in touch with cryptozoologist Adam Davies today and he told me that he'll be leading an expedition to India in search of legendary ape men known locally as the Mande Burung (forest man). The date for expedition has been confirmed for the last week of October, 2010.
This is the story of Linda Smith, an American traveler who discovered a mysterious object and then somehow lost five hours inside an ancient stone circle in an English moor. A tale of high strangeness from the north of England.
I wrote this article over five years ago. Last year I had encounter with the very same beings from my childhood that I describe here: short, squat, black entities with glowing eyes. This time, I had two other adult witnesses who saw and described these beings exactly as I perceived them. These encounters, which I will soon write of, happened between 2:30 AM and dawn on two consecutive nights. They were very clear and close by, not brief, fleeting glimpses of some kind of forest critters that we might have misconstrued to be humanoid entities. Personally, I am convinced that...