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About this blog

This blog began as just random tidbits that I would post of things that either irritated me or I found humorous. I still post those items to ease the pain of my third eye being blinded by a soup spoon, yet it’s evolved into so much more. I cover topics such as religion, entertainment, the unexplained, and whatever I may have thought was interesting at the time.

perhaps you will find something to your liking, or even disgust, but at the end of the day it’s my hope that you at the very least were entertained, and at most gave you something to think about.

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Japanese Kappa

Thie lovely photo above is of the Japanese Kappa, and now the wiki blurb. A kappa (河童, "river-child")—also known as kawatarō(川太郎, "river-boy"), komahiki (駒引, "horse-puller"), with a boss called kawatora (川虎, "river-tiger") or suiko (水虎, "water-tiger")—is a reptiloid kami with similarities to yōkai found in traditional Japanese folklore. Kappa can become harmful when they are not respected as gods. They are typically depicted as green, human-like beings with webbed hands and feet and turtle-

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Gremlins

This Halloween primer blog will be about gremlins. I will post the definition, lore, and the use of gremlins in popular media. Lets get this started. Dictionary.com defines the gremlin as follows. noun a mischievous invisible being, said by airplane pilots in World War II to cause engine trouble and mechanical difficulties. any cause of trouble, difficulties, etc., especially in a mechanical, electrical, computer, or other system: A loose wire was the gremlin that blew out th

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The Steller Sea Ape.

Wiki: Steller's sea ape is a purported marine mammal, observed by German zoologist Georg Steller on August 10, 1741, around the Shumagin Islands in Alaska. The animal was described as being around 1.5 m (5 feet) long; with a dog-like head; long drooping whiskers; an elongated but robust body; thick fur coat; no limbs; and tail fins much like a shark. He described the creature as being playful and inquisitive like a monkey. After observing it for two hours, he attempted to shoot and collect the c

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The Mongolian Death Worm

Growing up in the Pacific NW of the US I heard many a tale about Sasquatch or bigfoot if you would. I don’t remember the book I picked up in primary school about cryptids but it was the first mention of the Mongolian death worm in a very short paragraph. Over the years I had forgotten about the beastie until my adult years in the 90’s when a friend mentioned the name in passing. They shared my weird tastes in cryptozoology. So here for your viewing pleasure, the Mongolian death worm and oth

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newbloodmoon in Cryptid

Lycanthropy: would you like a salve for that?

Also known as: loup-garou, Written and fact-checked by The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica werewolf, in European folklore, a man who turns into a wolf at night and devours animals, people, or corpses but returns to human form by day. Some werewolves change shape at will; others, in whom the condition is hereditary or acquired by having been bitten by a werewolf, change shape involuntarily, under the influence of a full moon. If he is wounded in wolf form, the wounds will show in his hum

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newbloodmoon in Cryptid

Cryptids And Beer; A Marriage In Mayhem.

Some people pair wines and cheeses, others pair whisky and cigars, todays topic I will pair the beer as well as the cryptid the alcoholic drink is named after. Note: I am in no way a paid spokesman or sponsored by the beer companies that I am featuring. Please drink responsibly which includes waiting until you’re the legal age in the state, country, or territory in which you live. The first cryptid on today’s list is Batsquatch. Batsqwatch is a washington state cryptid that has b

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Chupacabra: bipedal alien menace to coyote with mange.

How did the chupacabra begin as  and then morph into    According to Wikipedia…. Reputed origin A five-year investigation by Benjamin Radford, documented in his 2011 book Tracking the Chupacabra, concluded that the description given by the original eyewitness in Puerto Rico, Madelyne Tolentino, was based on the creature Sil in the 1995 science-fiction horror film Species.[1] The alien creature Sil is nearly identical to Tolentino's chupacabra eyewitness account and she had seen th

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