Batsquatch, long thought to be a cryptid, shows more features of a man-made monster than a zoological mutant. Get insight into why this monster is more likely a chimera after the jump.
Nick Redfern stopped by to discuss the latest on Bigfoot and other cryptids. This interview comes from Mystic Moon Cafe, a paranormal radio show and podcast.
Talia Hernandez hiked along a scenic trail in Gifford Pinchot National Forest, next to Mount St. Helens, when she met a legend of lore. Batsquatch stared right at her and with keen interest in her little dog.
Cryptozoology focuses on finding monsters of lore, myth and reality. For one thing, you don’t have to look for Bigfoot or Nessie. You can focus your research on new species, mutated species or discover something no one has seen before. Get the scoop after the jump.