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These photos were taken by Sam Jacobs while he and his girlfriend were out playing the game Pokemon Go in August of 2016. The two were walking between Loveland Madeira Road and Lake Isabella in Loveland, Ohio, when they spotted the creature. Jacobs claims that this creature is what is known as the Loveland Frogman. He is very adamant about what he saw though many claim it to be a hoax. He estimates the animal stood at least four feet tall.

Jacobs wrote in an email about his sighting, “I realize this sounds crazy, but I swear on my grandmother’s grave this is the truth”.

Here’s a list of weird/strange articles on wikipedia in no particular order for you to read and just add more useless knowledge in your puny human brain. General murder/death trigger warning for most.

Bloody Mary || Kennedy curse || Taman Shud Case || La Voisin || Greyfriars Bobby || Pripyat || Albert Fish || Mary Toft || The Cure for Insomnia || Roanoke Colony || John Murray Spear || Arecibo message || Nuckelavee || Phaistos Disc || Tanganyika laughter epidemic || Mad Gasser of Mattoon || Murder of Junko Furuta || Peoples Temple || Ed Gein || Stargate Project || Jackalope || Numbers station || UVB-76 || Bélmez Faces || Donner Party || Adam || Mariana UFO incident || Valentich disappearance || Cleveland Torso Murderer || Trepanning || Dyatlov Pass incident || Grey goo || Overtoun House || The Garden of Earthly Delights || Wilhelm Reich || Starchild skull || Original Night Stalker || Owlman || Ararat anomaly || British big cats || Jack the Ripper || Clapham Wood Mystery || Pope Lick Monster || Shadow person || Out-of-place artifact || Black Dahlia || Jersey Devil || Crawfordsville monster || Koro || Philadelphia Experiment || Glasgow smile || Roswell UFO incident || David Parker Ray || D. B. Cooper || Total Information Awareness || Goatman || Grey alien || Joachim Kroll || Peter Kürten || Gilles de Rais || Alien abduction || Joseph Vacher || Mothman || Polywater || Catacombe dei Cappuccini || Villisca Axe Murders || Grace Sherwood || Loveland frog || The Hermitage || Jatinga || Sankebetsu brown bear incident || Mongolian death worm || Devil’s Footprints || The Sick Child || H. H. Holmes || Dysaesthesia aethiopica || Bloody Benders || Lamia || Black Paintings || The Monster with 21 Faces || Shirime || Lina Medina || Exploding head syndrome || Quantum suicide and immortality || Mokele-mbembe || Spontaneous human combustion || Dulce Base || Chandre Oram || Oscar || Men in Black || Vladimir Demikhov || The Great Red Dragon Paintings || Bloop || Retroactive continuity || Elizabeth Báthory || Delphine LaLaurie || Silverpilen || Polybius || Guided rat || Robert J. White || Chelyabinsk meteor || Armin Meiwes || Big Crunch || Belchen Tunnel || Moberly–Jourdain incident || Boy Scout Lane || Princes in the Tower || Rosenheim Poltergeist || Peter Stumpp || Bermuda Triangle || Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery || Hill of Crosses || Self-immolation || Lycaon || Burke and Hare murders || Pykrete || Kate Morgan || List of unusual deaths || Sawney Bean || Rogue elephant of Aberdare Forest || Yoshio Kodaira || Incorruptibility || Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus || Toynbee tiles || Rat king || Sailing stones || Thalidomide || Jersey Shore shark attacks of 1916 || Tunguska event || Head transplant || List of cryptids || Borley Rectory || Sedlec Ossuary || Alien hand syndrome || Capgras delusion || Mellified man || Atuk || Monster of Glamis || Spring-heeled Jack || Allagash Abductions || Aokigahara || Raymond Robinson (Green Man) || Premature burial || Brain transplant || Nightmarchers || Decompression illness || Midgetville || Zombie || Mercy Brown vampire incident || Necromancy || Lamkin || Harry K. Daghlian, Jr. || Icelandic Phallological Museum || Neisseria meningitidis || Unit 731 || Bunny Man || Bubbly Creek || Malleus Maleficarum || Moll Dyer || Original Spanish Kitchen || Charles Bonnet syndrome || Voynich manuscript || Black Annis || True name || Dorothy Talbye trial || Black dog || Wandering Jew || Sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway || Yara-ma-yha-who || Rod Ferrell || The Juniper Tree

Eight reasons to visit Colorado

Colorado is the home of the Rocky Mountains, the gateway to the West, filled with pioneer history, real life cowboys, hip towns, hot springs and some of the best hiking, biking, camping and climbing you’re ever likely to find – all only one direct flight away, with British Airways flying to Denver seven times per week.

Winter here is rightly famous, but the adventure lasts all year. In summer, wildflowers carpet the mountain slopes; in autumn, golden hues race through the forests. There are 300 days of sunshine a year, more 14ers (mountain summits over 14,000-feet) than any other state and a festival scene that doesn’t quit - from the spectacular Snowmass Hot Air Balloon Festival where hundreds of balloons fill the sky with colour, to the slightly mad Iron Horse Bicycle Classic (fancy chasing a steam train up a mountain anyone?), Colorado’s got you covered.


Powder dreams

Photo by Dolly1224 on Pixabay

European ski resorts might get all the airtime, but for true winter junkies a Rocky Mountain trip is a must. Powder here is drier, lighter and perfect for carving, plus the runs are empty and enormous. The amount of choice is superb too, from the wide-open bowls of Vail and Breckenridge to the fast lines of Aspen and Snowmass, as well as more than a dozen other world-class winter resorts within a short drive of each other.


Elevated adventure

Photo by Unknown on Pixabay

Colorado is home to 12 national parks and monuments, offering everything from backpacking and horseback riding to rafting, rock climbing and even, in Great Sand Dunes National Park, sand boarding among North America’s highest dunes. Most ski resorts stay open year-round, switching from pistes to downhill mountain biking trails and keeping the lifts running for high-elevation hiking and easy-to-reach panoramic views. The town of Grand Junction makes an excellent adventure base-camp, with some of the best outdoor activities in the state right in its back yard.


Some like it hot

Photo by on kahern Pixabay

Combining the spectacular scenery of the Rockies with five of the hippest hot spring towns in the country, the 720-mile Historic Hot Springs Loop is the best way to soak up Colorado’s healing waters. With 30 natural thermal pools open year-round, highlights include the largest mineral hot springs pool in the world at Glenwood Springs, the soothing natural vapour caves of Ouray and the bubbling delights of Steamboat.


National Parks

Photo by Niagara66 on Wiki Commons 

Rocky Mountain National Park is legendary: a 415-square-mile wilderness of jagged peaks and high alpine lakes home to coyote, black bear and moose. The fun mountain town of Estes Park, a great base from which to explore it, is just 1.5 hours from Denver. There are lesser known national parks too such as Black Canyon of the Gunnison, a spectacular 2,000-foot gorge that rivals the Grand Canyon but draws a fraction of the crowds, and the cliff-dwellings of Mesa Verde, one of the best preserved examples of Native American culture in the country.


Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Photo by VISIT DENVER

If you’re after something a little less strenuous, try Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre – by day it’s a free city park just 30 minutes west of Denver with hiking trials and giant rock formations, by night, an outdoor music venue that has hosted everyone from The Beatles to local jazz, rock and bluegrass artists.


The Wild West

Photo by VISIT DENVER

From ghost towns and vintage trains to working cowboy ranches and the largest rodeo in the world, Denver’s annual National Western Stock Show and Rodeo (as well as the first: the Deer Trail Rodeo which started in 1869) – the Wild West is alive and kicking in Colorado. 

Saddle up or join a cattle drive, and you’ll feel the spirit of that old frontier still; footprints of dinosaurs embedded in stone, petroglyphs carved into cliffs, rivers where you can pan for gold. 

Want to look the part? Head to Rockmount Ranch Wear in downtown Denver, where Western icon, Jack A. Weil, invented the first cowboy shirt with poppers instead of buttons and popularised Western wear into popular culture.


Hop Heaven 

Photo by VISIT DENVER

With more craft breweries per capita than any other state, Colorado is heaven for hop heads. Denver’s Great American Beer Festival is the largest craft beer event in the country while the Telluride Blues & Brews Festival is set in a spectacular valley. But, it’s the little-known gems that really catch the eye: The Grimm Brothers, serving fable-inspired brews in Loveland, and the mountain views from Avery’s enormous outdoor patio in Boulder, are two local favourites. 

Get the true lowdown on a self-guided tour along the Denver Beer Trail and sample everything from stouts to lagers.


Sports Mad

Photo by colour line on Wiki Commons 

Denver is Bronco’s country. When Colorado’s American Football team plays, the whole city dresses in orange to support. Catch games live at the Blake Street Tavern in the heart of downtown. But with seven premier sports teams in all, don’t stop there. On a warm summer night, hot dog in one hand, cold beer in the other, there’s no better place to be than Coors Field, home of The Rockies baseball team.


On the Rails

Photo by Carol M. Highsmith on Wiki Commons 

The steam-powered Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway, built in 1882, cuts spectacularly through the canyons and remote mountains of the San Juan National Forest – a journey taken by Colorado’s first pioneers more than a century ago.  While vintage train lovers will adore Pikes Peak Cog Railway, near Colorado Springs. The highest cog railway on the planet, it climbs to the 14,114-foot summit of Pike’s Peak, the view from here inspired the song America the Beautiful

Plan your Colorado holiday with British Airways


Words by Aaron Millar

Header Photo by VISIT DENVER

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IT’SSSSSS CRYPTIDSMAS AGAIN FOLKS. Time for a new batch of cards! Wish I’d gone a little harder on the black placement this time, and that watercolor paper scanned better, but I still had a total blast making these.

If any mutuals want to trade cryptidsmas cards, hit me up! This year, I have had the foresight to not be in the middle of fucking moving, so I can be sure not to accidentally miss anyone this time. Non-mutual followers or passersby are also totally free to inquire about a card trade, but I may have to turn you down due to time restraints.

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It’s an amazing and really powerful thing to be celebrated for who you are. I think there’s a lot of girls that actually don’t feel that in their whole life and I want to spend my life honoring those people, making them feel seen and heard…” - Hayley Williams

Welcome to Librum Prodigiosum,

your definitive online resource for monsters, ghosts, cryptids, demons, boogeymen and mythical beasts.

Monster master list

- Abaddon
- Acheri
- Adlet
- Adze
- Agaliarept
- Agares
- Ahuizotl
- Akhlut
- Alicorn
- Al-Mi’raj
- Alp
- Amphiptere
- Amphisbaena
- Amy
- Andras
- Angel
- Ankou
- Archangel
- Asmodeus
- Astaroth
- Atikaya
- Atmospheric Beast
- Aži Dahāka
- Baba Yaga
- Bael
- Bahamut
- Baí Zé
- Bake-kujira
- Baku
- Balaur
- Bandersnatch
- Banshee
- Baobhan Sith
- Barbatos
- Barguest
- Basan
- Basilisk
- Bauk
- Baykok
- Beast of Bray Road
- Beast of the Earth
- Beast of the Sea
- Bebilith
- Beelzebub
- Behemoth
- Beholder
- Beithir
- Belial
- Betobeto-san
- Bhut
- Bifrons
- Bishop Fish
- Black Annis
- Black-Eyed Child
- Bloody Bones
- Blue Man of the Minch
- Bogle
- Boogeyman
- Botis
- Brownie
- Buggane
- Bunyip
- Camahueto
- Camazotz
- Cambion
- Carbuncle
- Catoblepas
- Ceasg
- Cecaelia
- Cerberus
- Chamrosh
- Chaneque
- Changeling
- Cherub
- Cherufe
- Chimera
- Chinese Dragon
- Chōchin-obake
- Chupacabra
- Church Grim
- Cipactli
- Cockatrice
- Coeurl
- Colour Out of Space
- Crocoduck
- Crocotta
- Cthulhu
- Cù-Sith
- Curupira
- Daemon
- Dame Blanche
- Dantalion
- Dearg-due
- Deep One
- Demogorgon
- Dhampir
- Dhole
- Div-e Sepid
- Djinni
- Dokkaebi
- Dominion
- Domovoi
- Doppelgänger
- Dragon Turtle
- Draugr
- Drop Bear
- Dryad
- Duergar
- Dullahan
- Dwarf
- Each-uisge
- Echidna
- Einherjar
- El Coco
- Elder Thing
- Elemental
- Elf
- Eligos
- Emela-ntouka
- Encantado
- Erlking
- European Dragon
- Eyeless Jack
- Fairy
- Fastachee
- Faun
- Fenrir
- Fext
- Flatwoods Monster
- Flying Head
- Flying Polyp
- Foo Dog
- Forneus
- Fossegrim
- Fouke Monster
- Four Horsemen
- Fresno Nightcrawler
- Fucanglong
- Furcas
- Furfur
- Fury
- Futakuchi-onna
- Gamayun
- Gamigin
- Gargoyle
- Garuda
- Gashadokuro
- Gelatinous Cube
- Geryon
- Ghast
- Ghatotkacha
- Ghillie Dhu
- Ghost
- Ghoul
- Giant
- Gill-man
- Girallon
- Girtablilu
- Glaistig
- Glasya-Labolas
- Globster
- Gnoll
- Gnome
- Goblin
- Golem
- Gorgon
- Graeae
- Green Man
- Gremory
- Grendel
- Grey
- Grick
- Griffin
- Grig
- Grim Reaper
- Grindylow
- Grootslang
- Gug
- Guivre
- Haagenti
- Hag
- Halfling
- Halphas
- Harionago
- Harpy
- Hastur
- Hatuibwari
- Hedley Kow
- Hellhound
- Herne the Hunter
- Hippocampus
- Hippogriff
- Hobgoblin
- Hodag
- Hopkinsville Goblin
- Horla
- Hound of Tindalos
- Huldra
- Humbaba
- Hydra
- Ichthyocentaur
- Ifrit
- Ijiraq
- Iku-Turso
- Imbunche
- Imp
- Incubus
- Indrajit
- Infected
- Ipos
- Isonade
- Ittan-momen
- Jabberwock
- Jack-o’-Lantern
- Jackalope
- Jawzahr
- Jenny Greenteeth
- Jenny Haniver
- Jersey Devil
- Jiangshi
- Jörmungandr
- Jorōgumo
- Jötunn
- Julunggul
- Kabandha
- Kaiju
- Kallikantzaros
- Kamaitachi
- Kappa
- Kapre
- Karkadann
- Kasa-obake
- Kawa-akago
- Kelpie
- Kikimora
- Kinnara
- Kirmira
- Kishi
- Kitsune
- Kobold
- Kodama
- Kongamato 
- Koschei
- Kraken
- Krampus
- Kumakatok
- Kumbhakarna
- La Llorona
- Ladon
- Lamashtu
- Lamassu
- Lamia
- Lampad
- Langsuir
- Leanan Sídhe
- Lechies
- Leng Spider
- Leonard
- Leraje
- Leshy
- Leviathan
- Lich
- Likho
- Lindworm
- Lizardfolk
- Lloigor
- Locathah
- Loch Ness Monster
- Longma
- Loogaroo
- Lou Carcolh
- Loveland Frog
- Lukwata
- Lusca
- Malebranche
- Malphas
- Mammon
- Man in Black
- Manananggal
- Mandragora
- Manticore
- Mapinguari
- Mara
- Marbas
- Marchosias
- Megaprimatus
- Melchom
- Melon Head
- Menehune
- Mephistopheles
- Merfolk
- Mi-go
- Midnight Man
- Mind Flayer
- Minotaur
- Mngwa
- Mokèlé-mbèmbé
- Monaciello
- Mongolian Death Worm
- Moon-Beast
- Morax
- Morlock
- Moroi
- Mothman
- Mr. Hyde
- Muhuru
- Mummy
- Murmur
- Myrmecoleon
- Naberius
- Nachzehrer
- Nāga
- Nameless Thing of Berkeley Square
- Nemean Lion
- Nephilim
- Nereid
- Nightgaunt
- Nightmarcher
- Ningen
- Ningyo
- Nixie
- Noppera-bō
- Northfield Pigman
- Nuckelavee
- Nue
- Nuppeppō
- Nyarlathotep
- Nybbas
- Ogopogo
- Ogre
- Oni
- Onibi
- Ophanim
- Ophiotaurus
- Orang Pendek
- Orias
- Ose
- Otoroshi
- Otyugh
- Ovinnik
- Owlbear
- Paimon
- Pard
- Patupaiarehe
- Pazuzu
- Pegasus
- Peluda
- Penanggalan
- Peri
- Peryton
- Peuchen
- Phoenix
- Pishacha
- Pishtaco
- Pixie
- Pixiu
- Polong
- Poltergeist
- Pontianak
- Poroniec
- Possessed Doll
- Power
- Prahasta
- Preta
- Principality
- Psoglav
- Púca
- Puck
- Pukwudgie
- Purson
- Qalupalik
- Qilin
- Radande
- Rake
- Ramidreju
- Räum
- Ravana
- Redcap
- Reptilian
- Roc
- Rokurokubi
- Rusalka
- Sabnock
- Saci
- Sack Man
- Salamander
- Sallos
- Sandman
- Santelmo
- Sânziene
- Sarlacc
- Sasquatch
- Satan
- Sayona
- Scarecrow
- Scitalis
- Scylla
- Seere
- Selkie
- Seps
- Seraph
- Shadow Person
- Shantak
- Shellycoat
- Shen
- Shikigami
- Shirime
- Shōjō
- Shub-Niggurath
- Sigbin
- Simurgh
- Siren
- Sitri
- Skeleton
- Skinwalker
- Skunk Ape
- Skyfish
- Sleipnir
- Slenderman
- Sluagh
- Snallygaster
- Spartoi
- Sphinx
- Spring-Heeled Jack
- Squonk
- Stolas
- Strigoi
- Strix
- Subahu
- Succubus
- Şüräle
- Surtur
- Susuwatari
- Swan Maiden
- Sylph
- Taniwha
- Tanuki
- Tarasque
- Tatzelwurm
- Tengu
- Tenome
- Thoqqua
- Thunderbird
- Tibicena
- Tiefling
- Tikbalang
- Titan
- Tiyanak
- Tizheruk
- Treant
- Troll
- Tsathoggua
- Tsuchigumo
- Tupilaq
- Turul
- Tuyul
- Tylwyth Teg
- Typhon
- Tzitzimitl
- Uchchaihshravas
- Umibōzu
- Undine
- Unicorn
- U’tlun’ta
- Valefar
- Valkyrie
- Valravn
- Vargouille
- Vassago
- Ved
- Vegetable Lamb of Tartary
- Vibhishana
- Vila
- Virtue 
- Vodyanoy
- Wandjina
- Water Leaper
- Wawel Dragon
- Wendigo
- Werewolf
- Wight
- Will-o’-Wisp
- Wolliped
- Wolpertinger
- Wulver
- Wyvern
- Xenomorph
- Yaksha
- Yale
- Yara-ma-yha-who
- Yeth Hound
- Yeti
- Yithian
- Yowie
- Yuki-onna
- Ziz
- Zmey Gorynych
- Zombie

Is there a creature you’d like to see documented? Suggest a spook.

ion-mouse  asked:

I once saw a roo and a possum fight over a carrot at 4am, can confirm australia is definitely on the erethereal plane

mums been boiling eucalyptus leaves in a fuckin billy in the back yard for the past 2 weeks and if that aint australian witch right there i dont know what is