Cryptid Paranormal and UFO News. Oregon’s cryptid creatures and mystery object damaged UFO?

Cryptid Paranormal and UFO News. Oregon’s cryptid creatures and mystery object damaged UFO?

November 7, 2019 2 By William Hollis


The stories I have you this week start with
a rundown of the many cryptid creatures that are found in the Pacific Northwest. Mainstream news jumped aboard the cryptozoology
band wagon for a bit with a story from the Willamette Week. Secondly in UFO news a Homeowner says a mystery
object damaged his house and it didn’t fall from a plane according to the FAA’
So first up a story a fun story out of Oregon that could more awareness to the field of
cryptid studies and possibly inspire the next generation of cryptozoologist. The article is a little tongue in cheek and
start out by saying “Oregon is a frightening place.” It goes on the woods are remote. The waters are murky and it is dark and gloomy
most of the year. Traveling beyond Portland and the city limits,
and you will find yourself in a true wilderness and it could be anyone’s guess as to what
is lurking out there in the trees and bushes? It is said that the area is a hotbed for strange
cryptid and paranormal activity everything from river serpents to flying werewolves,
and our friend Sasquatch. Tales of cryptids and mysterious creatures
yet to be confirmed by science have been part of Oregonians folklore for centuries. This inspired them to run a Halloween article,
and this article is what could inspire the future generation of cryptid hunters. The idea was simple, provide a profile for
each creature and a costume design for the kids to follow. The first cryptid was Colossal Claude a river
monster that was first reported by the crew of the Columbia Lightship in 1934, Colossal
Claude is a river monster was once spotted at the mouth of the Columbia River. According to the crew who witnessed the beast,
the water serpent was around 40 feet in length, with an 8-foot neck, round body, “a mean looking
tail” and “an evil, snaky look to its head.” This may sound familiar as it kind of matches
the river monster said to be in St Johns Jacksonville that I recently covered in another video. Not seen in the river since the 50s, another
water-dwelling beast was supposedly caught on tape by Shell Oil workers on an oil-drilling
expedition near Astoria in 1963. They dubbed it Marvin the Monster, although
some insist it was none other than Claude. If you fancy dressing up as this beastie you
will need a Spandex body suit, Oven mitts, Swim fins a long cardboard tube to make the
neck and something I wouldn’t recommend for a child’s costume a Length of barbed
wire for a tail all this is then topped off with a Snake mask! Next up is a creature that if you have been
with the channel for some time you may remember Batsquatch!! The video on the flying squatch is linked
above. First spotted in the 80s flying over Mount
St. Helens, the rarely seen winged humanoid is said to resemble a flying primate with
leathery black wings that span up to 50 feet. In 1994, the Tacoma News Tribune detailed
the story of teenager who ran into batsquatch he said that the monster had clawed feet,
blue-tinted fur, the face of a wolf and massive bat like wings! Costume components:
To get the look right for this one it’s a little simpler start with a Bigfoot costume
(discard head) replace it with a Wolf mask add Bat wings and if your nimble enough trying
walking on Drywall stilts. Next up is the Devils Lake Monster
The lake gained its name from local tribal legends that tell of an octopus like monster
living in the dark waters. Legend states that a Native American chief
sent a group of his best warriors on a late-night hunting trip. Taking to the water the warriors were ambushed
without warning, giant tentacles reached up from beneath the water and capsizing their
canoe, and dragging the men deep into the murky depths and their deaths! This is another simple dress up utilizing
• 4 red foam pool noodles • 6 pairs of red socks
And a Sexy Devil costume (discard “sexy” elements) The final cryptid creature is one that a few
of you guys here on the channel are big fans of “Dogman”
Dogman the canine version of Bigfoot, is a hairy creature with pointed ears like those
of a German shepherd and a long snout and it is said to stand at 7 feet height. Some have suggested that it’s some sort
of hellhound, with its large burning red eyes, fang like teeth. For this costume, Ryan I know you’re taking
notes, you will need a Michael Myers mask and A dog!!! Slip the mask over the dogs head and your
away…good luck with that On to The next story which has The Federal
Aviation Administration saying a mysterious object which fell from the sky and damaged
a Kentucky man’s mobile home earlier in October did not come from an airplane. Billy_Kobin writes;
Norfolk Southern Railway said that its nearby rail lines have nothing to do with a mystery
canister-type object that hit the home in Burgin, roughly 75 miles southeast of Louisville. Was it from it dropped from a passing plane
possibly from the local National Guard or the Fort Campbell military base? Or was it dropped by UFO? Tommy Woosley is still wondering about the
origin of the object that damaged a wall and part of his bathroom. Woosley told The Courier Journal “Seems to me that they should be able to trace
the bar code on this thing to see where it came from,”
The man found the object “laying in the wall” of his home on Oct. 13 this after returning
from a weekend out of town. Describing what he had found Woolsey said
it was some type of canister, about 2 inches round and 10 inches long and “extremely heavy
for its size.” Authorities initially believed the canister
may have fallen from an airplane, but an FAA spokeswoman told The Courier Journal that
an investigation “has determined that the object is not an aviation part.” FAA spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said the agency
reached out to Norfolk Southern “to ask if it could have come from the rail line. The railroad company confirmed that the damage
to Woosley’s home was not caused by part of a Norfolk Southern engine. The FAA also checked with the National Guard
and Fort Campbell, which is roughly 220 miles southeast of Burgin, and “they indicated that
the object wasn’t theirs.” So what do you think the object could be,
it does have English written on it so maybe we can exclude UFOs this time but could it
be some part of a secret project flying out of nearby Fort Campbell? There was a time when the world wasn’t supposed
to know anything about that elite Fort Campbell helicopter unit that helped the Navy SEALs
take out Osama bin. The Army refused to publicly acknowledge the
existence of the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne) for almost a
decade after it was formed and began flying out of Fort Campbell. So could they be up to their old tricks? Let me know what you think in the comments. If there is anything from the news you would
like to see me take a deeper dive into? let me know. All links to this week’s stories can be
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