Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Watch New Stills and Videos From Upcoming Bigfoot Movie "Exists"!

Denise Williamson and Roger Edwards in the most anticipated Bigfoot trilogy, "Exists"

“The film is the first in a trilogy exploring and reinventing the Bigfoot myth,” Sanchez said. “We all remember the terror of watching such classics as ‘The Legend of Boggy Creek,’ and I look forward to making Bigfoot scary again.” -- Eduardo Sanchez, Director of Exists

We have been covering Exists since April 2012 with the post "Blair Witch' Director Reinvents Bigfoot in 'Exists'" we followed it up in May the same year with "'Blair Witch Director Talks About His New Bigfoot Trilogy" and finally had an update April 2013 with "WATCH: Blair Witch Director Opens up on New Bigfoot Trilogy, 'Exists'" We can't tell you how excited we are to share 5 new stills from the film and two production videos.

The five stills were first posted at Bloody Disgusting. We are making our best guess at the actors in the captions. Below that you will be able to watch two production videos that don't show much, but were posted to the Exists Facebook page.

Dora Madison Burge

Bloody Hand


Roger Edwards

Dora Madison Burge

Denise Williamson and Roger Edwards

The Exists Bigfoot?  Courtesy of Exists' Facebook Page 

Post by Exists.

Military Hospitals Treat Victims of Sasquatch Infrasound

Squatcher Toby Johnson once recalled being "zapped" by Sasquatch
If you're looking for an in-depth investigation on these claims you wont find it. We are sharing an interesting claim from a witness who was comfortable sharing his name.

In the community it is called getting "zapped". In most descriptions it is a simultaneous feeling of  awe, fear and even paralysis. When looking for explanations some have concluded it is similar to the same effects caused by infrasound--an infrasound created by Sasquatch.

In 2003 MSNBC reprinted an Associated Press article that reported, "British scientists have shown in a controlled experiment that the extreme bass sound known as infrasound produces a range of bizarre effects in people including anxiety, extreme sorrow and chills — supporting popular suggestions of a link between infrasound and strange sensations."

In a new post at, Kirk Sigurdson takes the phenomena a step further and mentions a conversation with a man who was aware of infrasound victims being treated by the military. Read a bit below:

Here I am (below) with Kevin Jones "The Colonel." I met Kevin for the first time about ten minutes before this picture was taken at Sasquatch Revealed, which took place at the Discovery Center in The Dallas, Oregon.
Kevin Jones and Kirk Sigurdson at The Discovery Center

Kevin told me about some very interesting accounts of people suffering from infrasound exposure that had been inflicted by sasquatches.

A few of these victims have been successfully treated by military hospitals that specialize in treating such injuries because doctors there have experience with side-effects from military-based infrasound activities.

Totem poles could symbolically depict sasquatch defensive and offensive infrasound "blasting," which is interpreted by most anthropologists as mere whistling.

Based upon the descriptions Kevin offered of such injuries, I'm fairly sure that I have suffered from similar symptoms that were caused by bigfooting. 
Read the rest of Kirk's newest post, "Sasquatches & Their Tactical Use of Long Range Acoustics" to read his conclusions which include how infrasound ties into his new novel Kultus. 

"Moan for Bigfoot" Tops the Non-Human Love Interest Genre of E-Books

Non-human love interest genre or Monster Erotica is a Cottage Industry
"You don't have to go further than "Twilight," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Teen Wolf," "Vampire Diaries," and "Dracula" to see why so many romance seekers would gladly make out with monsters." -- Bonnie Burton; Crave

Really? Yes, really. At CNET News Bonnie Burton takes a serious look at the new trend of non-human love interests in e-books. Guess which non-human tops the list? You guessed it, Bigfoot. This is like "50 shades of Reddish-Brown Fur" An excerpt from her article is below:
It's easy to mock book titles like "Boffing Bigfoot," "Taken by the Tentacle Monsters," and "Sex With My Husband's Anatomically Correct Robot," but there's a growing market for erotic fiction by amateur writers that involves something a bit more unusual than an oversexed pirate or kilted warrior.

If romance e-books with sexy Yeti, mermen, Cthulhu, and aliens fill your tablet or e-reader and send your heart racing, the increasingly popularity of books featuring non-human love interests will come as no surprise. However, many may have been introduced to so-called monster porn for the first time thanks to a recent Business Insider piece on e-book retailers cracking down on this literary genre that's gaining a wide following online. One of the titles in question, "Moan For Bigfoot" by Virginia Wade, has been downloaded more than 100,000 times.
You can read more how this trend started and how authors are able to "sneak" past the guidelines of e-book publishers at Bonnie Burtons CNET post .
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