Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Time slip caught on camera! Car was made 100 years after this picture!

According to great scientists such as Albert Einstein, time is not as stable as most of us think. As humans we’re adjusted to time and our evolution has established tricks to allow our conscious minds to deal with it but in reality it’s a slippery concept.
Time slips occur when a current time (now) interlaces with a previous time (then) and can be experienced by the person from the more recent time. However, the event is usually unnoticed by the people from the earlier time. What is the evidence for this phenomenon?
Well, plenty if you know where to look. In fact it’s so common that we’ve even built it into the English language. We’ll explain. When a time slip occurs people in both realities are able to experience the alternative reality.
Still, according to most accounts, this usually lasts for only a few seconds and the human brain does its best to filter out these anomalies. This has given rise to expressions such as “I could have sworn that I’ve just seen” or “my eyes must be playing tricks on me” or even “you won’t believe what I just saw”. Over the years people have claimed that they’ve seen old airplanes parked in fields that were once airports or roman soldiers marching down their road. 
In almost all cases the person experiencing the time slip blinks, looks again and is startled to find that whatever they saw has now vanished. However, photography has captured these anomalies from the time that the camera was first invented. In fact, the longer exposure times of early cameras have revealed more than the modern “instant” versions do but there are

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Sorry Bigfoot Truthers: Yetis Aren’t Real

We can all rest easy tonight. Scientists from one the world’s preeminent centers of learning have demonstrated conclusively that a creature most of us think is possibly-but-probably-not real is in fact possibly-but-probably-not real.
Bryan Sykes, Professor of Genetics at Oxford, and his co-authors have put the university’s prestigious imprimatur on a study published July 2 in The Proceedings of the Royal Society B. The study concludes that the scientists may have found a new bear species, but failed to find evidence of the yeti’s existence.
Some know the yeti as Bigfoot. Other names include Almas or Almasty and Sasquatch. No matter the name, the purported “anomalous primate” has long been the subject of a cycle of stories and skepticism. Mountaineers, hunters, and others wandering the less-explored areas of the planet have claimed to see the hairy humanoid (or possibly ursine) creature. Footprints have been photographed, and hairs and other traces have been collected.
Scientists look askance at the pseudoscientific field of cryptozoology, the purpose of which is to prove the existence of legendary creatures such as the yeti. The field has produced only anecdotal or other evidence that does not pass muster in the scientific community. Cryptozoologists have long complained about the fact that scientists do not take them seriously. (Cryptozoologists, however, might want to be careful what they wish for. If scientists did start taking them seriously, there would no longer be a field of cryptozoology. The creatures once thought cryptic would be studied by run-of-the-mill non-cryptic zoologists.)
Can we eagerly look forward to academic investigation of vampires or probative studies of alien abductions? Sadly, probably not.
But let’s set that aside. The study’s authors are willing to give cryptozoologists their day in the sun. “Modern science has largely avoided this field and advocates frequently complain that they have been ‘rejected by science,’” Sykes and his co-authors write in justification of their study. “This conflicts with the basic tenet that science neither rejects nor accepts anything without examining the evidence. 
At first pass, this justification seems to open up a world of fascinating research. Should scientists investigate all previously rejected phenomena that have passionate advocates? Can we eagerly look forward to academic investigation of vampires or probative studies of alien abductions? Sadly, probably not. Sykes approached the study believing that the Yeti legend may not be made up out of whole cloth. He gives the eye-witness reports and footprint photographs some credence, and believed “there was about a 5 percent chance of finding a sample from a Neanderthal or (a Yeti).”
For the study, Sykes appealed to cryptozoologists the world over to send him hair samples that might belong to a yeti. He rejected some less likely candidates, such as a bit of plant material and a glass fiber.
Ultimately, thirty samples—more than half of which came from the United States—yielded enough information for genetic analysis. Twenty-eight of the samples turned out to be hairs from well-documented species, including a human, a racoon, and a porcupine. Eight of the samples were from brown or black bears.
However, two of the samples—one from Ladakh, India and one from Bhutan—yielded a more interesting result. They matched the DNA collected from a 40,000-year-old Pleistocene fossil of a polar bear that is unlike the DNA of modern polar bears. Sykes suspects that the hairs come from either an unrecognized bear species, or an unknown hybrid of polar bear and brown bear.
The Ladakh sample was preserved by a hunter who reported that it came from a bear he had never seen and who behaved unlike any familiar bear species. “If these bears are widely distributed in the Himalayas, they may well contribute to the biological foundation of the yeti legend, especially if, as reported by the hunter who shot the Ladakh specimen, they behave more aggressively towards humans than known indigenous bear species,” the study notes.
In the end, the study offers no proof of the existence of a yeti. The authors are careful to point out, however, that the study didn’t prove that the Yeti doesn’texist. It simply established that we still have no hard evidence for the yeti.
Todd Disotell, a professor of anthropology at New York University, said he would “want visual or physical proof, like a body part, on top of the DNA evidence.” Sykes, who in September will release a book detailing his search for a yeti, agrees. Next step: Sykes will trek in the Himalayas to discover a live yeti.
Cryptozoologists, then, still have their work cut out for them. And they are going to need more than a few hairs with yeti-like DNA to convince scientists to take them seriously.

Rocky Mountain Sasquatch organization the blobsquatch of stories

Don't you hate it when you're a true Bigfoot enthusiast and you see garbage like this. I don't think Rocky Mountain Sasquatch has put any common sense in investigating any of their stories and there's no shortage of Bigfoot news organizations putting it front and center.

Way too much information from the 1972 story. The old VW bus van had to be going at least 50 or 60 mph in the middle of the desert at night. But a passenger even said it looked evil LOL.

2001 there was high on Redbull. You're up all night trying to get somewhere if you see something crazy and you don't talk about it till you get to the hotel room. I don't know about you but if I'm with my friends I would be like what the hell. Again too much information.

Is it just me or is Bigfoot stupid. They have spent decades if not centuries avoiding people but you want me to believe that these two Bigfoot decided to get close to heavy objects with the lights traveling at high speeds in the middle of the night.

This is definitely a blobsquatch story that the Rocky Mountain Bigfoot Organization tried to add some credibility to.

Unfortunately Team Echo is the only people that actually speaks up about this nonsense.

I know these things! I have first-hand experience 😉 and understand that there's many naïve people out in the world that thinks the stories are fascinating.

I just can't stop watchin'................because ya'll never stop Squatchin'. That is indeed quite interesting, that 2 sighting reports around 30 years apart, describe a very similar creature in the same vicinity. Keep 'em coming guys!

The community only has credibility within themselves. To change that they need to stop reporting on nonsense.

Many people may not like me but I bring common sense to a field that is lacking it.

Haunted Florida "The Casadaga Hotel just off I-4

The Cassadaga Hotel is considered to be one of the best kept secrets of haunted Florida. The magnificent hotel that currently stands in Cassadaga Florida was constructed in the year of 1928. Prior to this, another building stood in its place that was constructed in the latter part of the 1800s. Unfortunately, a fire destroyed the original building in the year of 1926. This beautiful establishment, despite numerous renovations and various types of modernizations, retains the same welcoming ambiance, mysterious appeal, and lavish elegance displayed in its earliest days of service. Containing an amazing forty rooms, this hotel sits on Cassadaga Road at the intersection of Stevens Street.
A Brief History of the Cassadaga Hotel
Cassadaga, Florida is a small, quaint town in the central region of Florida. This city has served as the home to the group identified as the “Southern Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp Meeting Association” since the year of 1894. Amazingly, the overall appearance of this community still reflects that of its earliest days in history – which is considered to be quite impressive as most towns have transitioned significantly over the course of the past one hundred plus years. Deemed as “The Psychic Center of the World”, Cassadaga Florida was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year of 1991. Home to approximately three hundred individuals, approximately one hundred of the residents are still considered Spiritualists. When visiting the Cassadaga Hotel, you will find distinguishing marks of spiritualism and the essence of the community in every direction that you explore.
In the earliest days of the newly built Cassadaga Hotel, the structure stood as a means of attracting and welcoming individuals that elected to participate in the many programs that were sponsored during the winter months in this area of haunted Florida. These programs were issued through the group that founded this quaint town, the “Southern Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp Meeting Association”. It was not at all unusual for those that considered themselves to be Spiritualists or those interested in the mysterious appeal of Spiritualism to participate in these programs. Examples of the programs include workshops that covered topics related to basic Spiritualism and metaphysics, as well as seminars on topics related to Spiritualism. Today, the hotel remains to be a social hotspot in this little community, offering a place to dine called the “Lost in Time Café”, seminars, and even alternative healing services such

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Team Echo Radio with Biff Burk and Rick Dyer Live on May 24th at 9pm

May 24 at 9 PM Eastern standard time Live from Ormond Beach ,Florida and Darlington , Maryland Rick Dyer and Biff Burk will dive into Paranormal ,Bigfoot and UFO's like never before.  Radio Show     Dyer Fan page         Twitter Page     Youtube           Website      FaceBook Forum 

Have you seen Bigfoot? Call this boy!

A large, inflatable globe marked with sightings around the world hangs over his bed.
A bulletin board holds a New York state map crowded with pins in precise locations.
A thick binder, divided by county, holds detailed reports on individual sightings.
Meet Cal Marks, of Wellsburg, Bigfoot researcher and aspiring cryptozoologist. His mom calls this amiable 11-year-old "Calisquatch," a play off his name and interests.
"Some kids think I am crazy because I believe in Bigfoot. They are trying to tell me that Bigfoot is not real," said the Broadway Elementary School fifth-grader. "I tell them, well, with all the sightings, photographs and videos for evidence, how can they all be hoaxes?"
Just over 20 percent of Americans believe in Bigfoot, the tall, hairy humanoid forest dweller known as Sasquatch and other names throughout the world, according to the October 2014 Chapman University Survey of American Fears.
Count Cal and his mother among them. His father, Bill, and brother

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Reality Check : Is Bloody Fact or Fantasy ? Don't Laugh so fast!

You may be thinking bloody Mary!! That's just a legend a folklore everyone knows Bloody Mary isnt real. Unfortunately you're wrong and  Mary can be traced back to a real person. That's right folks a real living and breathing person that actually existed. 
                                                                  The folklore
She lived deep in the forest in a tiny cottage and sold herbal remedies for a living. Folks living in the town nearby called her Bloody Mary, and said she was a witch. None dared cross the old crone for fear that their cows would go dry, their food-stores rot away before winter, their children take sick of fever, or any number of terrible things that an angry witch could do to her neighbors.
Then the little girls in the village began to disappear, one by one. No one could find out where they had gone. Grief-stricken families searched the woods, the local buildings, and all the houses and barns, but there was no sign of the missing girls. A few brave souls even went to Bloody Mary's home in the woods to see if the witch had taken the girls, but she denied any knowledge of the disappearances. Still, it was noted that her haggard appearance had changed. She looked younger, more attractive. The neighbors were suspicious, but they could find no proof that the witch had taken their young ones.
Then came the night when the daughter of the miller rose from her bed and walked outside, following an enchanted sound no one else could hear. The miller's wife had a toothache and was sitting up in the kitchen treating the tooth with an herbal remedy when her daughter left the house. She screamed for her husband and followed the girl out of the door. The miller came running in his nightshirt. Together, they tried to restrain the girl, but she kept breaking away from them and heading out of town.
The desperate cries of the miller and his wife woke the neighbors. They came to assist the frantic couple. Suddenly, a sharp-eyed farmer gave a shout and pointed towards a strange light at the edge of the woods. A few townsmen followed him out into the field and saw Bloody Mary standing beside a large oak tree, holding a magic wand that was pointed towards the miller's house. She was glowing with an unearthly light as she set her evil spell upon the miller's daughter.
The townsmen grabbed their guns and their pitchforks and ran toward the witch. When she heard the commotion, Bloody Mary broke off her spell and fled back into the woods. The far-sighted farmer had loaded his gun with silver bullets in case the witch ever came after his daughter.

Monday, May 18, 2015

Is Tim Fasano done or just tired of the popularity contest

Is Tim Fasano done or just tired of the popularity contest. Say what you want about this man but he gets out and research. hope to more from Tim!

PS.. Will Merchant go down to Florida and swim with the gators?

I-4 Dead Zone "The Real Haunted Highway!"

The "Dead Zone" of Interstate-four is emerging as the most popular Central Florida haunting legend. This section of I-4 is located at the south end of the Interstate-foubridge over the St. Johns River in Seminole County. The so-called Dead Zone is only about one-quarter of a mile in length. This area is reported to have an unusual high number of traffic accidents which date back to 1961. In addition to traffic accidents and fatalities, people are now reporting other strange phenomena such as static on car radios and cell phones that will not work in this section. An investigating team of mediums have reported detecting "cold spots" and "psychic vibrations" in this area. So what is the the real story behind this strange section of the Interstate? The history of this area goes back to 1887 when the Florida Land and Colonization Company tried to establish a Roman Catholic Colony in this exact area. The Colony was called St. Joseph's Colony and was headed by a Catholic Priest named Father Felix Prosper Swembergh, who was also Orlando's first resident priest. 
Team Echo will bring you more information on the Ghost of I4.

Sunday, May 17, 2015

6 Reasons We're Closer To Discovering Aliens Than You Think

According to a woman named Ellen Stofan, we'll have definite proof of alien life within 30 years -- and nope, she's not a TV psychic or a National Enquirer writer; she's the chief scientist of NASA, so she probably knows what she's talking about. After telling us for decades that the prospect of finding life on other planets is about as realistic as the plot of Mork & Mindy, science has slowly started changing its tune in light of recent discoveries, like ...

#6. NASA Just Proved That Life Can Begin In Deep-Space Conditions

Despite what the fungus growing on your bathroom wall seems to indicate, life can't just pop up anywhere. Deep space, for example, is so inhospitable that not even the most basic components of life could survive there. So you can jerk off into the vacuum all you want, John Glenn: There's no chance it could cross the cosmic divide to your extraterrestrial soulmate (who, for the purposes of our narrative, looks like Lady ALF).
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"Time to remove a glove, let my hand freeze, and give myself a 'space stranger.'"
Or at least that's what we thought until recently, when NASA scientists reproduced the building blocks of life and precursors to genetic material in motherfucking space. And by space, we mean a simulated outer-space environment at the Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley, which is the next best thing. The point is, the experiment showed that the cosmos could be teeming with all sorts of biological goodies that can rain down upon planets and seed life.
See, our dumb caveman forefathers (read: us, like five months ago) used to think that the first terrestrial organisms could have been crafted only within the roiling shit-stew that was early Earth, when a combination of hydrothermal vents and solar radiation gang-banged the constituents of life into existence. But NASA's fiddling shows that you don't even need a planet, much less a serendipitous turn of ecological events, to form genetic bases. They plugged organic compounds that can be found throughout the cosmos into their cosmic Easy Bake Oven and zapped it with UV radiation until out popped uracil, cytosine, and thymine -- key components of RNA and DNA. It's very appropriate, perhaps even poetic, that this procedure was carried out by a state-of-the-art vacuum chamber that looks like a laser-based penis pump.
NASA / Dominic Hart
Or a prop from Star Trek. Either way, this thing has witnessed some freaky sex.
Most importantly, this is a scenario that's very likely to occur throughout the universe. All you need are some readily available compounds plus some solar radiation, and boom -- you've got yourself potentially life-bearing molecules. Just remember to wash your hands afterward.

#5. Turns Out There Are Shitloads Of Habitable Planets

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Of course, you can create all the molecules you want in space, but they won't do shit if they don't land on a planet where life can survive -- and everyone knows Earth is the only one of those, right? Yeah, they do, and everyone is also dead fucking wrong.
Let's begin with our own Milky Way -- a 100,000-light-year-wide spiral

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Dr. Jeff Meldrum another Bigfoot profiteer?

The good Dr. Jeff is idolized by many in the Bigfoot community. The Idaho State professor has a very impressive collection of footprint cast. Meldrum has also been featured on many television and radio shows over the years. If you think he does it for the love of Bigfoot well you need to think again. Meldrum's minimum appearance fee is $1500 plus all expenses. He makes a living off a theory that he created for profit. He recently ruffled some Bigfoot feathers because he took part in the TV show with accused Hoaxer Todd Standing.

To understand this you must have an Understanding of the Bigfoot community. 
Everyone's a hoaxer & profiteer in the community. If you make a video or try to get yourself out in the public eye your profiteer. From Derek Randles to Tim Fasano they all do it for monetary or popularity gain. The only true Bigfoot enthusiast are the ones you never
heard of. 

Many Bigfoot hunters

Friday, May 15, 2015

Is Roger Patterson a Hoaxer Scammer or a Genius? Regardless the patty film is FAKE!

Everyone has seen this tape shot in 1967.  If you haven’t,  watch it right here.  These images have become the staple for both Bigfoot believers and skeptics.  Some say this is obviously a man in a suit.  Others respond with the odd stride the creature has and how it can’t be replicated by a human.  Without this tape, believers wouldn’t have much to stand on, so they’ll defend it to the death.  Here are the facts about this tape and why it is nothing more than a hoax…
This video was shot with a 3 speed camera; this means that the film could be ran through the aperture at 3 different speeds and nobody knows what speed it actually was on at the time.  Have you ever seen an old black and white movie from the 1920’s where it looks like everyone is moving faster than a cocaine taste tester?  That’s because the

Thursday, May 14, 2015

The most hated man in Bigfoot Community Rick Dyer returns.....BUT

"I walked away from the community for many reasons. I'm returning for many more. I parted ways with all my investors so I wouldn't feel the need to say things that isn't true. My focus will be paranormal, UFOs and of course Bigfoot research. One of the reasons I moved to Florida because all the hotspots for paranormal activities across the state. Florida is also known for the Skunk Ape. I can promise that no wild claims will ever be made, no profits will ever be made , no ridiculously overpriced DVDs and I will keep this the way it always should've been from day one !A Hobby! "

Rick Dyer

The Best Ghost Videos

The Best Ghost Videos. A must watch!

Early UFO accounts

Flying Sails and more: Early UFO accounts

Over the years, there have been many UFO accounts across Cape Cod. Perhaps our proximity to water and flat surfaces make us susceptible to these eyewitness reports. In March 1964, a Wareham family (father, mother and daughter) were driving home and saw a large reddish-orange triangular-shaped object flashing above them at a height of 200 to 300 feet. The object, with the appearance of a sail, zig-zagged like a boat and then disappeared over Silver Lake. After reporting their sighting to Otis Air Force Base, the family could offer no explanations, but were very firm on the fact that they saw a UFO.
In other early accounts of UFOs, people said they saw “flying saucers” in South Wellfleet (1957), ‘flashing’ ufos in Hyannis (1964) a “ball of fire” in Barnstable (1953) and a “flying ball” seen by fishermen in Truro (1953). Another account from Chatham (1952) described the unidentified flying object as a “black blob.” In that