How do you kill Bigfoot?
How do you kill Bigfoot?
The team behind the award-winning stop-motion film Kubo and the Two Strings is moving from Japan to Shangri-La. Laika has announced its next film is Missing Link, a tale about finding living proof of humankind’s primitive ancestry. It’s apparently the studio’s most ambitious film to date.
A California woman who claims she saw Sasquatch perched in a tree last year is suing California for refusing to accept what she now knows to be true: Bigfoot inhabits the San Bernardino mountains.
For the past couple weeks, government agencies have been warning citizens about potential traffic issues and the need for protective eyewear during the upcoming solar eclipse. But what if you want to be able to enjoy this rare phenomenon without being bothered by a Sasquatch? Or what if you’d like to hang with Bigfoot…
Finding Bigfoot is one of Animal Planet’s most popular shows. It’s been on the air for five years and has clocked nearly 100 episodes, none of which—despite the sheer amount of cameras involved—feature any footage of the elusive giant ape. So when we talked to the show’s hosts, we had to ask them what’s the hold-up.
It’s hard to dispute the existence of the mythical creature known as the Yeti, or Bigfoot, or Sasquatch, when you can buy a totally legit can of Yeti meat from ThinkGeek for just $10. What else do you think all those super strong Everest Sherpas have been eating? Spinach?
'Tis the season for year-end stories wrapping up the cultural and political goings-on of 2014. So why not ... "The Year in Bigfoot"?
Because whenever Bigfoot makes the news, it's news you can use. Multiple British tabloids are reporting on the recent findings of one Adam Bird, who claims to have captured evidence of a mysterious beast lumbering through the Lincolnshire woods.
When do you need to tell a prospective buyer your house is haunted? Where do you need a license to practice necromancy or to be reincarnated? And where can you file a lawsuit against a supernatural being? These real-life laws will tell you all that and more.
After five years of research, a group calling itself the Sasquatch Genome Project has released footage of what it says is a female Bigfoot sleeping in the woods. And yes, this is the same group that published the Bigfoot genome in a journal they themselves founded.
If you've ever wondered where the true home of sasquatch might be, then this visualization of sightings could help you track the mythical beast down.
Last November, some geneticists claimed to have sequenced the genome of Bigfoot. People were skeptical. So were all the peer-reviewed journals they tried to publish in. Just couldn't get the damn thing printed.
If Bigfoot exists, it's becoming increasingly difficult for it to hide. For years, cryptozoologists have relied on "footprints," blurry photographs and shaky camera footage in their search for proof of the legendary cryptid's existence — but recently, scientists have turned to more rigorous methods of investigation.…
Cryptid conservationists, be on the alert; it's officially open season on Sasquatch. According to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, if you can find Bigfoot in the state of Texas, you can kill it.
It's like an unholy alliance between furry culture, cryptozoology, and sex. The craze for Bigfoot porn started with Ape Canyon, and now this year has been joined by two new Bigfoot lover flicks.
Paranormal investigator and cryptozoologist Joe Nickell has spent 40 years doing fieldwork and research, digging for the truth behind bizarre phenomena like weeping statues and haunted houses. He invited us to his office to talk about the connections between Bigfoot and alien mythology, life as the token skeptic on…
Bigfoot movies don't get much sillier than Snow Beast, the 1977 TV movie about a mutant Bigfoot attacking a small town during its Winter Carnival. Here are our favorite Snow Beast moments, including the "deadly log rolling attack."
Did you miss io9's 1980s-style Firefly intro, (now with more awesome), or Simon Tam's new TV-doctor drama? Don't worry — we've got the best of 2010's original video content, tributes, and the most deranged collection of Found Footage right here.
The International Cryptozoology Museum is a must-visit destination for monster hunters. J.W. Ocker, author of The New England Grimpendium, made the pilgrimage recently and has the horrifying photos to prove it. Do you dare to see New England's weirdest creatures?