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Recently, one of our research team members ran across an upside down tree. We talked about it and shared opinions about it with each other. Neither one of us have ever found one of these before. We both understand that other researchers have found numerous upside down trees and that they associate them with Bigfoot.
I also understand that sometimes logging companies do this, for whatever reason, but this was in an area were there was no logging and the tree did not appear to have any chainsaw marks.
Upside down trees seems to be an idea that has caught on pretty good in the bigfoot community, as something bigfoot does.

Read the rest at http://www.thecryptocrew.com/2016/07/bigfoot-and-upside-down-trees.html

 

 

Over the years, I have taken in many reports of deer hunters encountering Bigfoot. This could probably stem from the fact that both hunters, and bigfoot, are stalking the same prey. This encounter occurred in Lenawee County, Michigan. Lenawee County is in the southeaster part of Michigan.

".....That was all I could take and jumped from my tree stand (about 10 ft) and hustled to my truck ..."

Read the full report at http://www.thecryptocrew.com/2016/05/deer-hunter-has-encounter-with-bigfoot.html

Have you seen or encountered a Bigfoot? Or a UFO? Then why not share your encounter with others. Your full name is not used and your email address is not shared. If you have seen a Bigfoot, UFO or encounter something strange then use the following link to report it.

http://www.thecryptocrew.net/Report.html

Maybe by sharing information about what you saw will help others talk about what they saw.

 

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The following report happened less than a week ago. The report was not submitted through our "report a sighting" link but was instead told to us by someone we know very well.  The person who experienced this is a straight forward person, honest and not a person who makes things up. This happened here in my general area, in a place called Wallins Creek. Here is what happened.

http://www.thecryptocrew.com/2016/03/daytime-howl-heard-in-kentucky.html

Yes, we love our crypto-artists, and here’s another of our favorites. Tom Finley, from the UK, tries to depict his tall, hairy subjects with a real heart and soul. Sometimes to the dismay of some onlookers, as you’ll read about in this interview. But we love his work, and hope he’ll keep on doing it just the way he does. Intuitively…and with class.

Dorraine: When did you first become interested in pursuing art? 

Thomas: As the family legend goes according to my late Mother, I started drawing when I was 3 years old and would sit and copy my Mother do her art as she was a very accomplished water colorist. I learned a lot from her throughout my childhood. When I moved on to High School and I had a really great art teacher who really encouraged me to do better at my work. I have always done my art for personal enjoyment mainly but I have sold art throughout my adult life but I prefer giving it away as it is more meaningful experience for me and the person receiving it. So, in answer to your question 1963. I always knew I would be an artist deep down.

 

Dorraine: Have you always lived in UK? And are there other places you lived or traveled that have influenced your art?

 

Read the full interview at

http://www.thecryptocrew.com/2016/03/an-interview-with-thomas-finley-crypto.html

Well, it's been a long time since my last interview, but this one here will make number 21 in the series. What better way to get it back going again, than with a young man that is well on his way to achieving great things in the cryptozoology field. Jack Tessier is the chairman and CEO of Australian Cryptozoology Research Organization (A.C.R.O.) . Please note that the Australian version of Bigfoot is called a Yowie.

Read the interview at

http://www.thecryptocrew.com/2016/03/interview-with-jack-tessier.html

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