There are a lot of cryptids and stories out in the world today. But many are lost to obscurity or known only by those that really dig into the topic of cryptozoology. Today we discuss some unique and obscure sightings and encounters that a lot of people may not know! This is also a fun topic for us because we actually learn things while we talk about unique encounters as well. We hope you enjoy this episode!
So this episode is super long, so I may or may not apologize for that. Regardless of it's length, this was easily one of my favorite episodes we've done so far. If you haven't already heard of Adam Benedict and his website, The Pine Barrens Institute, then you definitely should go check him out and his (randomly updated) podcast! You can also follow him on twitter @PBI_Crypto! We hope you all enjoy this episode and special thanks to Adam for goofing off with us for over two hours!
We all have hometown legends that we grew up with and I think there's at least twenty "Crybaby Bridges" in every state. But a lot of us have also had personal experiences. In this episode we talk about all of the weird things we've experienced. The two of us would also love to hear you personal stories if you'd like to share as well! Share them with us at cryptid-wendigo.tumblr.com/submit and thecryptocreep.tumblr.com/submit
In this episode we ring in the new year discussing what may happen in the new year for cryptozoology. Is this the year we finally prove the Thylacine isn't extinct? Will there be a discovery at the bottom of the ocean that rewrites what we believe exists down there? Find out our thoughts on today's episode!
In this episode we discuss all things related to legends and folklore around the holidays that are of the more scary variety. We also question if people actually believed in these stories or if they were just tales to share around with others!
This is the last episode this year, but we'll be back next year with even more Creep'd Out episodes!
Firstly, let me apologize for the audio quality. Something wacky happened but I did my best to make it bearable. The fourth episode focuses on real animals that are just as weird (if not weirder) than many known cryptids. We also discuss the stigma of the terminology behind cryptozoology!
In the third episode we talk about video games, music, and television shows that prominently feature Cryptozoology as a topic! If you like the show 'Finding Bigfoot' you may want to skip the end of the podcast.
In the second episode we talk about the lumberjack tales of fearsome critters, obviously fake cryptids and hoaxes. We also talk about the best potential proof of cryptid's existence through pictures and videos! Here's a reference guide to everything we talk about: tinyurl.com/creepdout2
On the first episode of Creep'd Out we introduce ourselves, talk about what led us into being interested in cryptozoology, creating our tumblr blogs and pet peeves on the site, as well as discuss some memes born from our posts.