Friday, January 18, 2013
Ancient Humans and a Doomed Bridge
There are a couple of new posts from me at Mysterious Universe.
The first - titled Primitive Humans in the UK? - starts like this:
"When it comes to sightings of strange creatures in the UK, they don’t begin and end with the likes of out-of-place big cats and the Loch Ness Monster. Nope. Bizarrely, there are many reports on record – but that seldom get the coverage they deserve – of what sound like wild, primitive humans roaming the old land. Sounds bizarre? It is! But, read on…
"Theo Brown – a noted Devonshire, England folklorist and acclaimed writer – was the author of such books as Devon Ghosts and Family Holidays Around Dartmoor, and someone who collected countless dark tales of terror. One such chilling tale came from a friend of Brown’s who had been walking alone at dusk near the Neolithic earthworks at the top of Lustleigh Cleave, which sits on the extreme east side of Dartmoor, England in the Wrey Valley."
And here's the complete article.
As for the second feature, you can find it right here.
It deals with a strange and deadly creature and a doomed bridge. But, no, it has nothing to do with Mothman or the tragic collapse of Point Pleasant's Silver Bridge in 1967.