For millennium, people across the globe have been interacting with forces that can’t be explained. Things science has yet to fully acknowledge. Creatures that are not just part of our present, but our past. You will never read their tales in an academic history book. However, they have always been part of our cultures.
This is what I call Paranormal History.
You are walking through the forest, heading to your favorite hunting spot when you start to get the uneasy feeling of being watched. You think you are being paranoid so you try to shake the feeling, but there is a movement from the brush. You grab a nearby rock and throw it in an attempt to flush the animal out. Less than a second later an even bigger rock strikes the tree behind your head.
Full of terror, you take aim with you rifle, demanding for whatever it is to show itself. Suddenly, a blood curdling scream erupts from the brush, causing you to drop your rifle as you run for your life. This isn’t a scene from the newest SyFy original movie, this is what was recounted to me by a Kentucky resident in 2009.
Beer has always gone hand in hand with some of our most beloved pastimes and indulgences, such as billiards and darts, baseball, a nice relaxing trip to the bar or pub after a busy day or pizza.
However, if the makers of Olympia Beer are correct, there maybe another thing that goes along perfectly with beer.
Or more precisely, catching Bigfoot and walking off with a cool one million dollar prize…
“It had fangs, claws and wings, and moved very quickly.”
That is how one witness described the creature that allegedly killed thirty-five sheep in the early hours of March, 1st, 2012 in the Mexican town of Paracuaro.
By Thomas Spychalski
The villagers of Namibia are reporting sighting of a animal with the head of a dog and the body of a pig, with white fur and spots of bare skin upon its back. Villagers have tracked the animal, which tracks are like that of a dog but much larger only to have the tracks disappear.