The Legend of the Bunnyman

In 1904 a bus carrying a group of criminally insane inmates crashed near a bridge in Fairfax County. All but five died, including the driver. A search party found four of the inmate’s dead, skinned and disemboweled hanging from the trees.
It was naturally assumed that the remaining inmate was to blame for the carnage. In the coming days the search party would find skinned, and half eaten rabbits hanging from the trees. The search party soon dubbed the missing inmate, “the bunny man”.
The search party finally found the bunny man. They chased him back to the bridge were the original crash happened, where the bunny man was hit by a train. Even after the bunny man was killed, the search party could hear evil laughter coming from under the bridge.
It has been said that murders similar to the bunny man’s have occurred throughout the years after his death commonly occurring on Halloween night.

The Slenderman

Slender man is arguably the biggest horror based Internet meme created so far. He was born from a 2009 Internet contest wherein the contestants were asked to create the best Photoshop compositions depicting something weird and or paranormal. From the mind of a contestant known as “Victor Surge” came, “The Slender Man”. The contest came and went but Slenderman lives on.

The concept of the Slenderman was introduced to me by the hugely popular YouTube channel “Marble Hornets”. This channel even went on to create a video on demand movie. For the most part, The Slenderman just seems to mentally torture his victims, much like an ongoing haunting. Taking this method of terror into account, it seems like the Slenderman is much like the Freddy Kruger character that haunts your dreams. However, there is a huge difference, as in the end, Freddy leaves you very much dead, in a pool of your own blood and viscera.

Probably the most disturbing aspect of the slenderman is its ties to a real life attempted murder when two 12-year-old females stabbed another one of their female classmates 19 times. The two girls lured her into the woods to commit the act, luckily, the girl was able to crawl to safety in spite of her wounds and she survived the attack. In court, the two girls claimed that they were afraid the slenderman would kill their families if they didn’t commit the murder. They were both diagnosed as mentally ill and claimed to have communication with the slenderman, one of the teenage mutant ninja turtles and Lord Voldemort.

The Dr. Reed Dead Alien Saga

Dr. Jonathan Reed was walking in the mountains when his dog started barking and took off. Concerned, the Dr. ran after his dog, only to find it fighting with a green, alien humanoid. As the Dr. was looking for something to defend himself with, the alien ripped the dog in half. Dr. Reed was lucky enough to find a large branch and bash in the things head. He noticed a craft, seemingly floating above some foliage. It was small, black and in the shape of an obilesque.

He ran back to his home to grab his camcorder so he could document the alien and the craft. The creature is still alive, yet unmoving as you can see it blinking. When Dr. Reed tries to video tape the craft, the film distorts as if the craft is creating some type of interference.

He wrapped the alien up in a thermal blanket and brings it to his garage where he further documents the alien body. Again, we can see it blinking, but that’s it, no other bodily movements, not even in the face. I guess the only conclusion is that the creature was paralyzed. Done with his investigation, he puts the live alien in the freezer, when it starts screaming… allegedly. He was afraid the body would rot, even though it is still alive.

Like with most cases involving alien encounters, Dr. Reed was hounded by ominous people who found out about his possession of the body and wanted him to hand it over along with a piece of mystery jewelry known only as “The Link Artifact”. This artifact was even alleged to have been anaylized by metallurgist/chemical engineers in Osaka, Japan in 1999.

Dr. Reed claims that he used the link several times and it started to change his body, allowing him access to communicate with an angel/light being known as “The Elder”. Here is Dr. Reed having a particularly bad, or good trip live and on the air, enjoy!

Well anyway, eventually, these shadow government people ripped up Jonathans house and all that stuff was stolen, including the alien sickle. In all my years following this case, I don’t think Dr. Reed ever mentioned what happened to the obilesque craft. Maybe it auto-piloted back its own planet, or maybe it was towed. Dr. Reed even claimed to have been shot by these shadow government people, but it is clearly just a bad make-up job.

If some seedy section of the government wanted Reed dead, he would be dead, they wouldn’t have settled for a pot shot at his shoulder. And Dr Reed is still out there to this day lecturing on his encounter. I guess you could argue that they have let him stay alive only because it would be too suspicious to kill him at this point.

I would argue that these shadow people, or even special interests groups would be afraid of killing someone who threatens their livelihood, or whatever ideology they stand for. Look at what happened to the guy who invented a car that ran on water. And this guy was waaaay more of a high profiled news figure than Dr. Reed.

Ultimately, the ufological community as a hoax generally accepts Dr. Reeds story, and I believe it is too. But damn, it’s still a great story.

The Aurora Alien Encounter

Before Roswell, there was Aurora. On April 17th, 1897, an alien craft crashed down on a farm near Aurora, Texas, smashing into a windmill and resulting in the occupant’s death.

The farmland belonged to a judge J.S. Proctor and the crash was reported to an Army officer out of Fort Worth, Texas. The alien astronoaut was described as “not of this world”, and Martian, which was the parlance of the time. The Martian was buried in the Aurora cemetery with full Christian rites.

The debris of the U.F.O., or airship was thrown into a nearby well. The farm was later purchased by a man named Brawly Oates in 1935. Oates cleaned out the debris from the well and used it for his drinking water. He soon developed an extreme case of arthritis and figured it was on account of the wreckage contaminating the well.

Barbra Brammer, a former mayor to Aurora, researched this incident and came to the conclusion it was likely a hoax with good intentions. The town of Aurora was in the middle of a bad luck streak and was in danger of becoming a ghost town, so, a local reporter decided to cook up a Martian story in order to draw interest and possibly new life into a dying town.

The Kelly Green Men – Hopkinsville Goblin Incident

On the night of August 21st, 1955, Billy Ray Taylor was fetching some water while visiting the Sutton family farm in Kentucky, when he saw a large shiny object land in a gully near by. He ran back to the farmhouse to report his sighting to everyone, only to be met with skeptical sniggers.

Moments later, the family dog started barking, kicking up a bigger fuss than ever heard by the family. This prompted Billy and Lucky Sutton to grab rifles before they went out to investigate. They stepped out to see a creature, three to four foot tall walking towards the house with its hands up, as if to surrender to the men.

The creature had large eyes and a large head, a long but negligible slit for a mouth, and long, spindly arms and legs equipped with hands and feet that were equipped with claws. Startled by the appearance of the thing, the men released a volley of bullets at the thing. Apparently, none of their bullets hit, as the thing just did a back flip and ran into the nearby woods.

The men ran back into the house, only to see the creature, or another one just like it, at one of the windows. They shot, blasting holes in the screen. They went outside to see if they hit it this time. As they walked out onto the porch, a green, clawed hand reached down at the men. They shot, apparently missing again, as the thing leisurely jumped down and floated to the ground.

This interaction between the Suttons and the entities when on for a couple hours until they decided to make a break for it. They managed to make it to their trucks and drive into town where they sought the help of police. Over twenty officers arrived back to the farm with the Suttons. There was no sign of the creatures and after the police finished their observations and writing their reports, they left the farm at around 2:15 a.m.

To the family’s horror, the things soon returned after the police department’s departure, and again, the men shot at the things until they finally as the sun came up. Upon their second visit, the police decided to call in the air force. The Suttons were interviewed separately, and there were no discrepancies in anyone’s account of the ordeal. Years later, the family was interviewed again, and still, no ones story had changed.

The Dover Demon

A car full of teenagers was driving down a darkened rural road, in dover mass. One claimed to have seen a large eyed creature, with a bulbous head and tendril like fingers. The eyes were glowing and it appeared to be climbing over an old stone wall. William Bartlette was the one that saw it best, later creating the famous “Dover Demon” sketch.

John Baxter was walking through the woods that same night and claimed to see the same creature. Another young person, Abby Brabham, reported seeing the creature standing up, displaying its 4 foot tall stature. All three witnesses drew sketches of the creature and all three were very similar.

Known as the Mannegishi by the Cree Indians and Memegwesi by the Ojibwa, this little creature is thought to be very similar to the dover demon. Considered to be one of “the little people”, the memegwesi is a trickster, known to live in between the rocks of rivers and tip over canoes. Sometimes, pulling the hapless occupants into the whirlpools where they drown them.

The Illuminati

The illuminati has been around for thousands of years. A select, aristocratic group, are said to have bred with a race of reptilian aliens throughout the years creating a human hybrid. This illuminati based theory was popularized by David Icke.

Less celestial origins have the illuminati coming into play around the 1760s, founded by Adam Weishaupt, a defector of the Catholic church. The group was financed by international bankers with one main goal in mind; to have a one world government and to phase out religion. They do this by fomenting wars to weaken empires. It is even suggested they were behind the French and American revolutions in order to weaken the French and British Empires.

It is speculated that the illuminati is shaping up the third world war, to be fought between the “political Zionist” and the nation of Islam, where Islam will drain the western world until there is no choice but to form a one world government.

I don’t know about you, but I like the Ikian concept of space lizards breading into royal bloodlines rather than the real world explanation of the Illuminati. It’s just a little to, I don’t know, real.