Littleton, NC – 6/8/17 The Cryptozoology & Paranormal Museum received a call from Darian Sellers and Chris Morgan of Warrenton NC after finding Bigfoot prints at Medoc Mountain State Park.
Not only is our museum open on Easter, but our brand new Bigfoot is dressed and ready.
Stop by anytime this weekend to see him, and check out our new layout!
Happy Easter from Bigfoot and the rest of the museum team
Specters and Spirits attended our Bigfoot in the Park event, checked out the museum and joined us for a ghost tour. They made a short documentary about their experience.
It has been a great Memorial Day weekend here at the Crypto Paranormal Museum. We have been very busy and we have had some amazing activity. On Sunday we had a fantastic group of paranormal investigators visit the museum and they captured some amazing evidence.
Upon visiting the museum, one of the investigators, Jaxon Bunton took a photo of the fron of the house, and captured a really interesting sight: he called us back shortly after leaving and told us he had captured a woman’s face in the window of the front of the museum.
The same investigators returned later for a ghost tour beginning out of the museum, and they had a great night, we had all of our meters going off, responding to questions and multiple people were touched.
This great group of investigators was also great at taking pictures of everything along the way. This is important in any investigation because it allows you to catch things you would miss otherwise.
This especially came in handy today when we reached out to them to see if they had any photos of the Mrs. Beasley doll. Those who have been to our museum will know we display her prominently and she has moved before, but we really wanted to have a photo taken just a day prior if possible.
These investigators came through, and the difference is remarkable. This I will remind you, is a locked box.
The Crypto-Para Museum Team took a trip to Medoc Mountain State park today. We decided to walk the Bluff Loop trail, where we had found our 2nd print last season.
The first unusual thing we noticed was a silhouette in the trees. Here are the photos Stephen took, but they do not do it justice. We thought it might be a stump that looked like a person, but as we got closer (around a bend) there was no tree or stump, and when we returned to the location later, it was gone.
The second interesting thing: as we continued along and followed the trail away from the stream, we heard the breaking of large branches, which caused us to freeze, and then we heard a deep menacing grunt which sounded like a large animal. We were rather alarmed as we could not see anything to help identify the creature and it sounded angry. We continued onward (hurrying a bit), thinking that the trail returned to the parking lot. However we reached a point where we realized we would have to retrace our steps to return to the parking lot, passing the same spot where we heard the creature. We walked rather quietly as we did not want to disturb whatever it was.
As we approached the spot where we had heard the creature, we found an unusual print. It could almost be a large human print, if a human slid in the mud and was not wearing shoes. As you can see, we were wearing boots, and I could not see anyone walking these trails barefoot.
Not far from the print we found a large log in the path which had not been there five minutes ago. We even rolled the log to the side to see fresh leaves under it. Which indicates the creature we heard was something other than a bear. Also we had heard nothing fall, so this log had to have been placed rather gently.
At this point we headed back to our vehicle, stopping at the point where we saw the silhouette, tried to recapture it but it was gone.
It was an eventful day at Medoc Mountain, we will be heading back soon, hopefully with some volunteers with us. Next time we will bring a thermal.
The museum was called this morning for a Bigfoot sighting early this morning January 6th, 2016 in Littleton N.C. on Moore St within walking distance from the museum.