Find out where Bigfoot lives in North American and learn where Sasquatch encounters frequently occur. Does Bigfoot live in your state?
A humanoid creature with a ram’s head terrorized people in southern California. He is one of several strange animals that has appeared mysteriously throughout history.
If Bigfoot is real, why don’t we find Bigfoot bones? Do porcupines eat them? Does Sasquatch bury its dead? Are there any fossils? Where's the proof?
Discover 5 of the top theories on what Bigfoot really is and decide for yourself which best explains the Sasquatch phenomenon.
The great debate may continue, but the evidence (or lack of it) is in. So what's the case against the existence of the Loch Ness Monster? And why does it matter that we move on?
Could sightings of the legendary Mothman be explained by other supernatural phenomenon? Some theorists believe that Mothman may be linked to other paranormal or otherworldly entities and phenomena.
Does Aquatic Ape Theory explain how mermaids really exist? Maybe, but real-life mermaids might not be quite what you were expecting.
Find out if it really possible there are dinosaurs still alive today in Africa. Sightings over the past 200 years have led some researchers to say YES! Is there any real proof, and how did the dinosaurs survive extinction?
Learn the truth about Megalodon sightings and the idea that the Megalodon shark is still alive today. Here’s a look at the evidence, stories, and facts.
Find out why Bigfoot is not real and doesn't exist no matter what you saw on TV. The Sasquatch myth debunked.
There have been many sightings of Bigfoot in Ohio, dating back to the Grassman legend and earlier. Why is Sasquatch so abundant in the Buckeye State, and is it possible the creature may be more widespread in the eastern states than previously thought?
Cryptid sightings around the world have convinced people that our planet is inhabited by strange creatures that rarely emerge from the shadows. But what if we’ve got it wrong? Could there be more mundane explanations for these sightings and experiences?
Mothman is most often associated with Point Pleasant, West Virginia. However, many Ohioans have also encountered the cryptid creature in their own backyard throughout the years, ever since the famed Silver Bridge collapse in the 1960s.
Stories of a mysterious creature lurking beneath the waters of the Antarctic have been circulating for over a decade. The Internet has nicknamed this creature the Ningen.
Is Mothman really a paranormal creature who terrorizes residents of West Virginia and its surrounding areas? Or is there a more logical and mundane explanation for sightings of this cryptid?