Strange Creatures In Our Midst: Supernatural Rather Than Natural
Last week I wrote two articles here at Mysterious Universe on Bigfoot – and on other unidentified apes, too. As the articles showed, the creatures seem to be far more paranormal in nature, than flesh-and-blood (as we know it, at least). I demonstrated that the creatures appear to have psychic powers, can turn themselves invisible, and sometimes have a UFO connection. […]
Now, let’s turn our attention to Loch Ness, Scotland. It too is saturated with paranormal phenomena. The creatures of the loch appear to have the abilities to change their shapes from giant eels to what appear to be plesiosaurs, from huge salamanders to massive frogs, and from – in centuries gone – supernatural horses to beautiful (but deadly) women known as Kelpies. Aleister Crowley – the legendary occultist – had a home at Loch Ness: Boleskine House. It was filled with an atmosphere of supernatural menace. Secret cults have performed rites and rituals at the loch. Men in Black have been seen roaming around. UFOs have soared across the skies of Loch Ness. All of this in one location suggests a supernatural connection between the loch and the the varied “things” seen there. Now, onto the Dogman phenomenon – a bizarre creature that resembles nothing less than a real-life werewolf. In other words, the creatures are said to be huge wolves that have the ability to walk on both four-limbs and two. They are clearly not regular animals.
What all of this tells us is that just like Bigfoot, there are some very strange aspects to the world’s so-called cryptids. Beware if you should encounter one or more. They may not be what they appear to be.