Monday, September 21, 2015

Possible Dogman Captured On BackTrail Camera - Close Ups - Eyes/Nose/Mouth/Ears

I took the "Dogman" photo's and enlarged them, adjusted brightness/contrast, and sharpened. Below are the results.

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Possible Dogman Captured On BackTrail Camera September 05, 2015

During a hike near Tellico Lake in East Tennessee I capture a few frames of what could be a "Dogman". I was using a back trail camera. Below is a picture of my back trail setup. I have a Sony HD camera strapped to my shoulder filming behind me.

Below are still captures of the possible Dogman.

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Three Toed "Dogman" Footprints Found on Lake Shore

On March 28th, 2015 I found a three toed foot print on the lake shore of my research area. I have been tracking a three toed dogman for about two years now in this area. Though I am not 100% sure, I think this is its print. 

The creature is very intelligent. It walked along the shore in the gravel thick sediment. It did not walk in the clean areas. I found approximately four foot falls, but this was the clearest print.

Print close up, the print was approximately 5 inches wide and 7 inches long.

Below is the print found in February of 2014 300 yards from the location of the above prints. The dimensions of the prints are the same.

Monday, February 2, 2015

The Dog Men of History

Has the creature we know as the “Dog Man” existed throughout history? I read a sort article on this subject and it inspired me to do a little digging. It does not take long before Google searches began yielding a great deal of both information and paintings/drawings. 

The “dog man” of old was known in many cultures as the Cynoce
phali. Cynocephali is from the creek meaning “dog-head”.  Cultures from Egypt, Africa, India, China, Europe and England have legends of the men with dog heads. 

Complete dog man civilizations may have existed in the distance past. The “Marmaritae” tribe reported lived in Cyrenaica which is located in North Africa. 

In North America the Native Americans have the legend of the “Skin Walkers”. These are individuals that had the ability to shape shift and they often took the form of a wolf that was bi-pedal. Also in the Louisiana swamps you have the legend of the Loup Garou aka  rougaro.

The dog man I have inadvertently captured on video and are reported in many eye witness account bare an eerie resemblance to these “dog-headed” men. Are these modern day dog men the descendants of these ancient Cynocephali? 

Below is just a collage of just some of the drawings of paintings from antiquity.