America is full of monsters and Jason Offutt has researched most of them! Listen as he tells Whitley his eerie findings from the high strangeness of shadow people he has seen himself to a living UFO to giant birds and finally a hair-raising story of a gnome that would be
The Loch Ness Monster is one of the most enduring legends of Scotland, bringing thousands of visitors to the country each year. A strange fate may have befallen our favourite cryptid, however, as there have not been any sightings of her since 2012.
It is claimed that one of the first recorded sightings of "Nessie," as the monster is affectionately known, was made by St. Columba in A.D. 565 when the saint scared away a huge aquatic beast that was preparing to attack a man in the Ness River, which flows into the lake. This tale has been thought by many, however, to be an allegorical story depicting the power of God overcoming the evil of Satan.
Scientists are searching the last unexplored terrain on Earth, where strange creatures are hiding that have never been seen by the eye of man. Where is this??Down deep in the ocean. “We know more about the dark side of the moon than we do about the ocean’s floor,” says Paul Cain, a volunteer diver at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California. “And that’s because in some ways it’s easier to get to the moon than to the ocean’s floor.”
It?s too far down for explorers to travel, since it?s too cold and the water pressure is too great for humans to survive. So they send robots armed with video tape instead, hoping to pick up glimpses of one of these mystery creatures.