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Time Slips, Creatures and More: Viewer Submitted Accounts” | Paranormal Stories

Published on Apr 26, 2020

In this video, I read a number of accounts that have been sent to me by viewers over the years. These are some of the best, and creepiest, in my opinion.

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Author: Beyond Creepy

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High Strangeness, UFO’s and Weird Cryptids with Zelia Edgar – Feb 29, 2020

Published on Mar 2, 2020

Seriah is joined by Zelia Edgar from Just Another Tin Foil Hat, and they discuss a range of subjects, from outlier Cryptids to UFO’s, to the 1890’s Airship Wave, to John Keel and Jacques Vallee, to general high strangeness…

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Cryptid of the Day: Ndalawo

Description: The Ndalawo was first described by William Hitchens in 1937 while in Uganda. He described it as a leopard with black fur, but hunts in packs and makes a sound similar to a hyena’s laugh. A pelt was discovered in the 1920s, but has since been lost. 

Did The Washington State Department of Transportation Accidentally Photograph Bigfoot?

Published on Apr 15, 2020

Did the Washington State Department of Transportation accidentally photograph Bigfoot? Today, we take a look at this photograph that was posted by the Washington State Department of Transportation.

For hundreds of years mysterious reports have been made about large humanoids. Individuals have come forward with there encounters, and in some cases they even managed to photograph what they saw.

These giant creatures have been given the name of Bigfoot, and they are easily one of the most researched and sighted cryptids on the planet.

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Cryptid of the Day; Waheela 

Description; In Inuit mythology, the Amarok is a giant wolf that will devour anyone who hunts at night. In the Nahanni Valley in the Northwest Territories in Canada, the creature is called Waheela. Cryptozoologist Ivan Sanderson theorized that these giant wolves could be surviving prehistoric bear-dogs, which went extinct around 39 million years ago.

Predators on the Moors

Published on Apr 12, 2020

For over two hundred years, the rural communities of the United Kingdom have fallen victim to attacks by mysterious feline intruders. As incidents involving these unidentified creatures continue to be reported, we examine the evidence and question whether there really are predators on the moors.


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Cryptid of the Day: Ethiopian Deathbird

Description: Despite the name, the Ethiopian Deathbird is a bat, and compared to other cryptid bats, not the impressive, with a wingspan of only 12-18 inches. It was reported by Byron de Prorok in the 1930s while he was exploring a cave in Welega, Ethiopia.