Three days late, but not a dollar short. Big cat fun in Mississippi. When Bigfoot makes pigs fly. Shoutout for the 50th anniversary of the Patterson-Gimlin film that was shot on October 20, 1967, 50 years ago as I do this show! Cubans not buying sonic attack story. New poll on paranormal beliefs for the third straight year. The Book of the Week, "The Hoopa Project: Bigfoot Encounters in California", by David Paulides.
Latest Chicago Phantom sighting. Just how hard would it be to investigate the Chicago Phantom? Cougar craze continues in the UK. He only wants me for my Bigfoot Juice. A tiger spotted or a spotted “tiger”? A rare equation: Solar eclipse + crop circle X fictional planet ÷ the Bible + constellations = End of the World! Book of the Week, "Astronomy 101: From the Sun and Moon to Wormholes and Warp Drive, Key Theories, Discoveries, and Facts about the Universe", by Carolyn Collins Petersen.
A trio of Chicago Phantom reports. ABC in the UK means “A Big Cougar”. Cryptozoologist of the year announced. Are Fast Radio Bursts a message from aliens? Is HAARP responsible for hurricanes? The Book of the Week, "The Future of the Mind: The Scientific Quest to Understand, Enhance, and Empower the Mind", by Michio Kaku.
Chicago Phantom reports continue including another late breaking story. Chupacabra skull discovered in Nevada. Sasquatch released from prison. Fishing for ghosts in Texas. Truth revealed about crop circles! The Book of the Week, "Heart of a Lion: A Lone Cat’s Walk Across America", by William Stolzenburg.
Update on the thylacine project. Warning on viral social media posts. Tracking the Owlman. Yowie story stirs the public. Black cat on the loose in Australia, while some are searching for it some just aren’t buying it. A new UFO reference book released. MUFON sighting statistics for April, 2017. Inside the mind of conspiracy theorists. Book of the Week, "UFO Sightings Desk Reference: United States of America 2001-2015" by Cheryl Costa and Linda Miller Costa.
What’s up with that giant chicken? Bigfoot causes car accident. Mountain lion invades Ontario. Wild Pygmy man or Orang Pendek caught on video? In search of the thylacine. Rare night parrot seen again. HUGE UFO seen in the Gulf of Mexico. A ghost “filmed” in Corpus Christi (also in the Gulf of Mexico). Are you more prone to ghostly encounters? (Part 2) NDE experiencer shows off super powers on daytime TV! Scientists “baffled” in Argentina over crop circles, UFO expert weighs in. The Book of the Week, "Betty's Ghost: A Guide to Paranormal Investigation" by Brian D. Parsons.
Thylacine seen in Perth, Australia, and we go inside the brain of a thylacine. UFOs follow Trump to Washington. The CIA releases millions of pages of information. Crop circles get a look by physicists. The Book of the Week, "Ghosthunting Ohio: On the Road Again", by John B. Kachuba.
Bigfoot tracked in the upper Midwest...for miles....and miles. Thylacine makes a comeback (sorta). Goblin invades Reddit (what else is new). Alien megastructure theory revised. The Book of the Week, "Para-Forensics: Para-Forensic Archaeological Approaches to Uncovering Spiritual Evidence", by Jonathan Williams.
Review of the historical Top Ten Paranormal News Stories from 2010 to 2015, the Top Five Hoaxes of 2016, and the Top Ten Paranormal News Stories of 2016 continues with #2 and #1! For the sakes of frozen snakes, top cryptozoology stories of 2016, and potential signs of intelligent life found. The Book of the Week, "Cryptozoology A To Z: The Encyclopedia of Loch Monsters, Sasquatch, Chupacabras, and Other Authentic Mysteries of Nature", by Loren Coleman and Jerome Clark.
Are there really small hairless creatures killing people in India or is the truth too much to bear? Loch Ness Monster makes history. Top cryptozoology books of 2016 as well as cryptozoologist of the year announced. Spiritualist group makes bold claims based on nonsense. The Top Ten Paranormal News Stories of 2016 continues with #6 and #5! Book of the Week, "Alien Encounters: True-Life Stories of Aliens, UFOs and Other Extra-Terrestrial Phenomena", by Rupert Matthews.