1. Charles Salekin
    August 24, 2014 @ 11:15 am

    I have a comment and ask a question. I have noticed that over the past several decades, an increase in such strange occurrences and phenomena seem to be publicized. I’ve also noted that more and more people seem to be using mind altering drugs. Can this be simply coincidental or are more and more people simply losing their minds?


  2. Kimberly Huber
    July 16, 2015 @ 1:31 pm

    My husband and i live in kelso washington, and batsquatch is here. Can someone please help me…who do i report this too? This is real, and we are a little frightened at what we seen and heard. Thank you for any help i can get.
    Kimberly Huber and Scott Karwowski


    • Drake
      March 9, 2018 @ 9:08 am

      I personally believe that at least some of the reports are real, as many “strange occurrences and phenomena” were around far before mind altering substances were widely used, dating back to centuries of folklore. That said, some are likely real. The reason more things are published nowadays is likely that the internet provides a place for people to recount their stories, both real and made up, possibly anonymously, and with large spread for people to see and agree with them.


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    October 30, 2015 @ 7:25 am

    […] Mount St. Helens in the early 1980s. Most descriptions of the creature speak of a type of flying simian with the large, membranous wings of a bat, a horrid baritone yell, and purple skin. Furthermore, Batsquatch is supposedly 9 feet tall and can negatively effect the objects that are […]


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