"In Australia alone is to be found the Grotesque,
the Weird, the strange scribblings of Nature learning how to write.
Some see no beauty in our trees without shade, our flowers without perfume, our birds who cannot fly,
and our beasts who have not yet learned to walk on all fours.
But the dweller in the wilderness acknowledges the subtle charm of this fantastic land of monstrosities...
The phantasmagoria of that wild dreamland termed the Bush interprets itself..." - Marcus Clarke
Welcome to the world of the Yowieocalypse!
Loch Ness Monster
Images of 2018:
Latest Interesting Links:
The Naked Yowie Project
is the same account as Yowie? Panther? Community terrorised by mystery creature (below) as published in the UK -- overly sensationalised
and fails to reveal the actual culprits (wild dogs and dingoes) but it does provide a fascinating insight into how "Yowie Research"
More on the Sunshine Coast Yowie:
More on the Sunshine Coast Yowie:
his dedication to the cause, Dave isn’t a fan of the Australian Yowie Researchers — the mob that runs YowieHunters.com. He suspects
that many of them are just in it for fame and media attention, and that the evidence they offer up is misleading or false...
Celebs are living in fear that the violent snarling beast will invade their camp
while they are sleeping after hearing scare stories from local production crew...
Upcoming events -
The Australian Yowie - Where the Bloody Hell are ya? is part debate, part discussion and part exploration of Cryptozoology research.
Tony Healy and Sharon Hill will unpack this fascinating topic as both share an interest in Cryptozoology. Paul Cropper will join them
as host and moderator for what will be a lively and passionate discussion.
Paracon Australia 2018 at Q Station, Manly, NSW
- 10AM to 12NOON - $25
Satan had really appeared to her on the mountains in the shape of a hairy giant...
As I knelt beside those astonishing prints, all too aware of that negative
indictment and the treatment of those scientists who open-mindedly and seriously considered the evidence, I asked myself, “Do you
really want to go down this path?” But faced with what seemed to me compelling evidence of the potential for such a relict species,
how could I possibly turn away from it?
John Bindernagel, 76, passed away during the evening of January 17,
He published a book in 1998 entitled North America’s Great Ape: the Sasquatch, and later in 2010, The Discovery of Bigfoot...
Meldrum said he has received some criticism for appearing
in “Discovering Bigfoot” with Standing. However, Meldrum said that it’s important to investigate and vet all possible sightings. He
also said that appearing in the documentary is not indicative of an endorsement of Standing’s work...
The Lapseritises’ Psychic Sasquatch Spritiual Retreat and Conference draws hundreds as they look to connect
Professor of Biological Anthropology, Australian National University, Canberra
Having more than an "inkling" about what is going on, Groves was on the ball...
...Consequently, we have the best illustration available so far of what I refer to as the Australian
Man (Homo australiensis)...
Full article available here.
The Yowie is supposed to emit a high-pitched whistling whine...
I do not think there is
a screaming woman bird but I think it is the sound the Yowie makes when he is in his territory. And no one in the bush has ever questioned
this, they just say it is the screaming woman bird...
An ape-headed statue plowed-up at Gympie, Qld, in 1966 was identical in every way to a statue unearthed
in an ancient Pheonician encampment in Scotland, states NSW archaeologist Rex Gilroy...
Two British Egyptologists recently identified
from photographs carvings found near Gympie as "symbols possibly reminiscent of the god Horus."
... an Oregonian reporter asked the rangers when they returned
to Kelso, Wash., what about the 14-inch-long footprints found near the cabin?
Huffman created an imprint in the ground using
the knuckles and palm of his right hand. “They were made that way,” he said.
The discovery of a survivor of a Coelacanth fish, a family believed to have been extinct for 50,000,000 years, is regarded
as one of the most amazing events in the realm of natural history...
In the 21st century, reality television and
the Internet have fed public interest in ghosts, UFOs, cryptozoology and other unusual phenomena... These groups of amateurs serve
as a surrogate for scientists in examining strange claims. And, they provide a unique lens by which we can examine the wider public
understanding of science and research...
In Kilcoy, I met up with the organiser -- a young fellow -- and his father
at Yowie Park (naturally) at midday. The famous Yowie statue was nowhere to be seen (an ominous sign?)...
I am now open to the often extraordinary suggestions sometimes advocated...
Cryptozoology is a multi-disciplinary
field encompassing aspects of folkloristics, psychology, perception, history, and biology. No need for paranormal/supernatural explanations.
Send me an email, Dave... ("Contact" top left of this webpage. I'm unable to contact you via your webpage - Ed.)
... believing she would never be
taken seriously by anyone in an official capacity, Ackley, a Bigfoot enthusiast and researcher of more than 20 years, teamed up with
documentary filmmaker Todd Standing, the man behind the Netflix film Discovering Bigfoot, and sued the state in San Bernardino Superior
Court on Jan. 18.
The orginal article, written in 2010, "disappeared" from my website in February, 2018. Current
article reconstituted from my original notes. (Ed)