A photograph making the rounds (11 August 2015) is purported to be a werewolf caught by a security camera in Ceilândia, a city in east central Brazil. The creature was allegedly seen by numerous witnesses and the picture was accompanied with a warning to be careful because it might be a werewolf. Is it?

Brazil is one of the South American countries known for believing that a human can become a “lobismem” or werewolf if he’s the 7th male child of the same father and mother. Some believe the change takes place when the boy turns 13. Variations have this happening on a Friday during Lent or on a Friday the 13th during a full moon and only for two hours from midnight to 2 a.m.

Since this is not Lent and there hasn’t been a Friday the 13th lately, the creature is probably not a 13-year-old going through one weird puberty. But that doesn’t mean Brazilians don’t believe it could still be werewolf. Earlier this year in April, another picture appeared on the Internet showing what some believed to the body of a werewolf, Sasquatch or dogman found in northeast Brazil (2nd photo).

The body allegedly disappeared quickly before any analysis could be performed and no further news was reported, causing some to suspect a cover-up.



Sasquatch Caught Peeking Through a Window.

This video, which was captured in August 2015, shows a dark figure believed to be a Sasquatch peeking through someone’s window. The person who captured the video explains that every year, the fruit growing on their apple and pear trees mysterious vanishes over night. Not only that, but the birdseed feeder would also disappear as well.

Wanting to get to the bottom on the mystery, the homeowner decided to set up a camera by the window in hopes of catching the annual thief in action. Thinking the culprit was something along the lines of a Raccoon, the homeowner would later be shocked when they discovered just what had been captured on film.

A dark, hair creature could be seen peeking through the homeowner’s window. The creature can be seen looking around the room, almost as if it’s making sure nobody is around. The creature eventually walks away from the window, never to be seen again.

Some people believe the footage is genuine, and even hail it as one of the best Bigfoot videos captured to date. Others are skeptical, believing the figure to be a person in a costume.

Personally, I have to agree that this looks a lot like a person in a costume. The fact that the creature has no discernible facial features other than it’s eyes is a bit strange. That being said, I’m only going off of my gut feeling, and in no way can I definitively prove this was indeed a costumed person.

I’m interested to hear your thoughts on this footage. Do you think this homeowner captured video of an actual Sasquatch? Or was the creature simply a person dressed in a costume?


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I’m bored, so here’s the final piece of pitch art from my recent Roz Wells + The Vortex series pitch.

As promised, I’ll explain a bit more about the premise:

The show takes place in Crystal Canyon, a southwest desert town filled with epic red rock formations (think Sedona, AZ). Much like the real Sedona, AZ, this one is populated with eccentric hippies and new-age types who moved out there to take advantage of a natural “energy vortex” in the land.

This is essentially modern day earth, but in a “post-disclosure” world. A very well worded internet petition convinced the government to spill the beans on everything - there were grays living in subterranean hives before humans ever showed up, and sasquatch were living in secluded forest communities. Plus, Atlantis was real, and blue haired, crystal-loving survivors were still living in scattered corners of the world.

Now all that stuff is old news - no one cares nor is shocked about it - and a good chunk of those grays, sasquatch and Atlanteans have moved to Crystal Canyon where the local hippy weirdos won’t judge them.

Roz, the human kid protagonist, is just on the cusp of adolescence and is feeling that universal need to rebel against the status quo. It turns out it’s really difficult to do that in a place as weird and accepting as Crystal Canyon. She forms a band with fellow outcasts Dee (a sasquatch who’s more junk-food loving hedonist than peaceful nature person) and Umma (a defective gray clone, more individualistic than her hive-minded peers, unable to sync up to her fellow grays’ telepathic network) in order to shake things up in town.

They attend Crystal Canyon Junior High, which has a non-competetive yoga squad in place of a football team at the height of its social hierarchy. It features such odd teachers as an Atlantean science teacher whose explanation for everything is crystals, and a gray history teacher who insists students memorize millions of years worth of gray history.

That’s probably more than enough information for now. If you read all of that, congratulations! Reblog this baby if you’d wanna watch this!

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Fox Sports Thinks Saskatchewan Is Where Sasquatches Live
Oh boy.

A Fox Sports broadcaster thinks Saskatchewan is where all the sasquatches live.

The comments were made during a NBA game between the Utah Jazz and the Dallas Mavericks. Trey Lyles, who plays for the Jazz, is the first-ever NBA player from Saskatchewan, according to CBC.

“Of course, that region is known for being home to lots of sasquatches,” says one announcer.

“Saskatchewan?” asks his co-worker.

The mythical Bigfoot-type creature might have a tough time hiding in Saskatchewan, a province known for its flat, grassy plains.

But who knows? Maybe they’re not too far off the mark.

“Really? Now the secret’s out,” Regina Mayor Michael Fougere joked, in an interview with TSN.

Fougere said he’s from the U.S., so he can say with some authority that “Americans don’t see much beyond their border.”

Watch the broadcasters’ hilarious exchange above.


Although the stories of Bigfoot or Sasquatch are thought of as urban legends, there have been several pieces of evidence over the years that have puzzled skeptics. Furthermore, sightings go back to the time when Native Americans dominated America and the Cryptid was known by names that roughly translate to “wild man" or “hairy man”.