Originally posted by Mental Natural
My focus is not the question at hand. I am still into cryptozoology but am becoming a skeptic.
Oh I see. Well that's a good thing! I dont' believe anything anyone says, I question them myself and make up my own assumption. Don't believe
something, someone tells you. Always question and research.
So ok, we have ten major mythical beasts, one of them is Big Foot. Listen, to rest your skepticsim, there is physical proof. Scientists have an actual
"Big Foot" print from the forest, and they think it is a type of ape that has existed during the evolution period.
As for the Jersey Devil, I am skeptical about that. In my case I think it's a Draconian, but that's just my opinon.
El Chupacabra, has created quite a stir for some time in Puerto Rico. Massive blood drainings in cows, and other animals. I don't know what it is,
but there is "cattle mutilation proof" somewhere. I don't know, but if you dig around you'll be able to find it.
The famous Mothman event which happened in West Virgina, was a true account and made into a book called, "The Mothman Prophecies" by John A. Keel. I
couldn't put the book down. There have have a ton of things that happened during that time, and many testimonys explaining the Men in Black. In fact,
that's where the MIB orginated from. FBI agents of some sort going to peoples houses, tapping into their phones because they have seen the
People describe it with red glowing eyes, and some even got injuries from it.
December 15, 1967, after many events took place, the Silver Bridge collapsed, and there was a sighting of the creature on top of the bridge across the
Ohio River before it came down. Many people died and eversince that happened, no more sightings had occurred of the creature or Men In Black.
The Lochness Monster is just a myth in my opinon. This creature is obviously just a log in the water. However, I remember watching the news where
someone suppossedly caught the lochness monster on film. To me it looked like a very large eel. Although it sort of made sense to me, for a dinosaur
to inhabit the water, after all that's what crocodiles and alligators are right? Dinosaurs who survived from the extinction.
Some people claim Nessie is an elephant. Pshh, an elephant in Scottland? I'd like to think so.
Other claim they have seen it. But numerous studies have been done with sound waves, all the sorts. Extremely advanced technology and nothing has been
As for the rest of the Crypto creatures, I don't know what to think because It's not something I'm really interested in. I used to be, and all this
information I told you comes from intense research from a long time ago. I still remember it to this day.
Good luck with Cryptozology,and if you want to know about a specific creature let me know.
[edit on 4-1-2007 by Reptilianseerrr]