The footage, which was captured near Kirriemuir, Angus, shows a dark-colored animal walking through tall grass.
A 5-mile stretch of rugged woodland near Leominster has been home to mysterious sightings dating back 200 years.
Several people claim to have witnessed and even photographed one of the strangest recent cryptozoological enigmas.
Around 10 years ago, two schoolgirls critically wounded their classmate in an effort to appease the fictional entity.
New research suggests that black bears could account for a significant percentage of Bigfoot sightings.
Here we take a look back at the most popular cryptozoology stories of the last twelve months.
The footprint, which measured around 9 inches in width, was found in a patch of mud in Ritchie County.
Eoin O'Faodhagain has reported multiple sightings of the enigmatic Scottish loch monster over the last few years.
Stephen Barcelo's Cryptozoology and Paranormal Museum in Littleton has long offered up a wealth of inexplicable enigmas.
It has been almost a century since the first blurry photograph of the elusive Scottish monster was brought to light.
Evidence of a large creature in a remote part of Queensland, Australia has sparked some heated debate online.
Andrew Benfield and Richard Horsey had traveled through the region looking for evidence of the legendary cryptid.
The most recent Loch Ness Monster sighting of the year comes courtesy of Sash Lake from Wiltshire, England.
An infamous 'creature' made from an amalgamation of other animals has been subjected to X-ray and CT scans.
A Scottish politician has revealed the peculiar case of Charles Rankin who claimed to have found the monster.
A large animal filmed in a field in Colwyn Bay, Wales is being hailed as further evidence of exotic cats roaming the British wilds.
A train passenger recently captured video footage of a hairy humanoid figure walking across a nearby hillside.
The creature, whatever it is, has sparked some heated debate online, with many dismissing the image as a hoax.
This year's seventh recorded sighting of Scotland's enigmatic loch monster occurred off Foyers Point.
When Eugene Hendrick decided to fool his town into thinking Bigfoot was visiting, the prank ended up enduring for decades.