Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Do You Believe in Big Foot? Nessie? Chupacabra? Yeti?

Since I was a kid, I've been fascinated by cryptozoology. I think I've seen every documentary there is on Big Foot and have studied the famous video of the Sasquatch walking. Do I believe in Big Foot? I do! And yeah, I've heard all the debate against the existence of the hairy creatures. We'd have found a dead one by now, or bones or we'd have captured more on video or in the wild. Or we'd have found their poop. Heard it all. I don't care. I still believe in them. I think they are a highly evolved ape and that's it. An elusive, private creature. Just an undiscovered ape that doesn't drag his knuckles.

I also believe in the Loch Ness Monster.

And the Chupacabra.

Seriously! I think the Loch Ness Monster is a prehistoric water dinosaur. Heck, the alligator is pretty dang prehistoric!

And the Chupacabra? I think it's some kind of hairless wolf.

So, do you believe in any of these creatures? Have you seen any of them? I'd love to hear!

I'm so in love with the Bigfoot Legend that I included it in my latest release, Canyon Wolf Bride. Find out how cryptozoologists discover a species of wolves thought to be extinct at the bottom of The Grand Canyon.

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And the Yeti, Big Foot's Snowy cousin have a very important role in the ending to Circle City: Lord of the Wolfen!
Check out this cool article on the Yeti HERE!

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Let me know if anyone runs into one of these mysterious guys!

~Happy Reading,

(Photos courtesy of Photobucket.com and Mysticinvestigations.com and Inquisir.com)


P.L. Parker said...

Hey, my grandfather, part American Indian and whatever, grew up in the woods, etc. He was in Canada working on the railroad and he said a bigfoot came into their camp several nights in a row, just looking around. My grandfather wasn't one to make stuff up, very gruff and down to earth, so I believe.

Alisha said...

Thanks for stopping by, P.L. I believe too! I just discovered this amazing author who has collected stories around campfires about Bigfoot because he's a guide. Go to Amazon and type in Rusty Wilson's Bigfoot Campfire stories! Wow! There are some amazing stories of real life encounters in there! And he has several books and is working on another. Good stuff! Highly entertaining and very scary!

Claudia Lefeve said...

You know how I feel about the Chupacabra! And my husband is a big Bigfoot believer. I bought a couple of Rusty's books for the hubby :)

Alisha said...

Your husband will LOVE those books! You should read them too! Fascinating and highly entertaining! :)