Friday, October 24, 2008

Hello again my fledglings!

Goodness,how time flies!
Here we are almost to the end of October already.
My favorite time of year.
The leaves are turning color,the air is crisp and cool,and the crypto world is booming.

In Michigan(my home state),big cat sightings are on the uprise.
Cougars are becoming more numerous,but being "poo pooed" by the local authority.

In early October,a man named Todd Fowler set up a trip cam to see how many deer were visiting the area around where he had set up his deer blind.

Instead of a prized set of antlers,he got a snapshot of what clearly looks to be a cougar. But when he showed the photo to a DNR agent, he was told the animal in question was a "bobcat".

I dont know,folks. I think it wouldnt hurt for the DNR agent to get an eye examination.
In my humble opinion, the creature is a cougar.
But dont take my word for it. Check out the full story and photo by clicking the link below, and determine what it is for yourself :
Cougar in Ravenna township

The reasons for denial are anyone's guess.
It could be an effort to protect them... IE: 'If we convince you that youre crazy or blind,you are less likely to go back out to the woods with a gazillion of your friends to cause a disturbance.'
Or it could be that the DNR and other related authorities are horribly short staffed and cannot handle the task of monitoring them.
It could also be just plain ol control and misuse of authority.
Who knows for sure. We can only keep guessing at this point.
Til then,Im sure the sightings will continue to make the headlines and become wonderful campfire stories.

Ive got some news coming up that you wont want to miss,so be sure to stay tuned for details in the coming weeks.
Winter may be just around the corner,but that doesnt stop the planning of expeditions and research into mysterious creatures.

As most of you well know,my favorite cryptid,and the one I am most passionate about is the Michigan Dogman.
For those of you unfamiliar with this particular creature,please be sure to check out Steve Cook's "The Legend,Legacy Edition" which can be found and purchased at :
http://www.michigan-dogman.com/news.html

You can also see a clip of this amazing documentary on Youtube :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pv12BnvKgPk

Speaking of werewolf legends,my good friend Nick Redfern was on Coast to Coast radio last night .
Check out the recap and show archive at :
Coast To Coast AM with George Noory

I hope you are all enjoying the beautiful weather.
Stay warm and keep your eyes peeled for legends!

Ta ta for now!
Your Mistress of the Mysterious,
Raven Moonshadow

5 comments:

  1. I looked at it even closer. It has a body type of cougar and the face and body markings of a Bobcat. A hydrid, mutant or well home fed Bobcat.

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  2. Now thats a great observation,terrybear!
    Thats a definite possibility.

    The one thing that gets me is how it appears in the picture to have a more 'forward' type gait like a cougar would have. Dont Bobcats tend to step a bit higher and upright unless they are approaching prey?(in which case they crouch like most cats)... It would be nice if we could have seen it in motion.

    Thanks for stopping by terrybear!

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  3. I agree with terrybear1978. Looks like a "hybrid" something, Raven. Could also just be "supernatural".
    One never knows. Great to have you back, BTW. Happy Halloween :):):)

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  4. The more I look at it,the more I have to agree,guys.
    One thing we know for a fact...Its definitely a SOMETHING! he he he

    Perhaps he'll be able to get some more pics of it and then we'll know for sure.
    In the case of a hybrid. What on earth would they call it?
    A coucat? A bobuma?
    Boy thats gonna be a tough one. lol

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