Friday, May 6, 2016

VIDEO: Finding The Monster Michigan(Wisconsin) Dogman Documentary

Acquaint yourself or re-acquaint yourself to the world of the Dogman, Werewolves, Wolfmen, Skinwalkers, and the like. Canine-related cryptids have a long history dating back centuries. The first known report of Dogman in Michigan dates back to 1887 in Wexford County. According to the US Dept. of Agriculture, Michigan's Huron-Manistee National Forests comprise almost a million acres of public lands extending across the northern lower peninsula(see photo below).
That's all well and good but the Monsterquest video below that was somehow titled "Finding The Monster Michigan Dogman Documentary" primarily covers the Wisconsin Dogman. Wisconsin's "Beast of Bray Road" is sometimes attributed to Bigfoot as well and the first report dates back to 1936 on a rural road outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin. Enjoy the video.

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  1. Hello and thank you for this blog. Actually the beast that you are describing with the baboon type head is a very specific type of BF. They are known to Native Americans as cannibalistic. A good clear facial shot of one is the beast of bray road. Unfortunately, BF don't stand too good of a chance against them in battle. Dog men are vicious

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  2. Hi, Khat. Is there a name Native Americans give the cannibalistic beast with the baboon type head?

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    1. Is it the creature known as (I think) the Genowska ? or called something similar ?

      http://cryptidz.wikia.com/wiki/Genoskwa

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    2. It seems what is written about Genowska is third or forth hand. I'd like to read something in print from a specific Native American tribe that relates to the Genowska and that isn't a recent writing.

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  4. Impa Nashuka or face eaters. I must apologize for some mistakes on my previous post above, I was using the phone to post and quite frankly I suck at it.I meant to say that the example of the face is on the Beast of 7 chutes and I meant to post it to the article posted on Dinopithecus. I apologize. Genowska I believe is the name given to the giants who rolled in mud/sand and used it as armor when it dried.

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    1. What I can find online is from a Choctaw dictionary and that is Impa means to board(as in room and board) or give food and nashuka means to blush. I can see how they relate to each other like, people's faces blush, and food relates to eating but I couldn't find anything that directly relates Impa Nashuka to anything cryptid related.


      Online, I found something saying Genowska was a corrupted Bigfoot and something about a Genowska Project that was related to Bigfoot. Also, that Genowska was "Stone Giant Man". Overwhelmingly though, Genowska seems to be a Polish last name. There's also this about the Genowska Project, " "On April 12 (2014), the Poland library hosted an event put on by the Genoskwa Project, a group devoted to proving the existence of Bigfoot." In the same paragraph they also say that Genowska is a Native American word meaning "stonish giants". Saying, Native American though, is a very broad statement and there were so many different tribes that didn't know many of the other tribes existed(NA in New York wouldn't have known of the NA in Arizona before cars and planes). It would be good to know exactly which tribe or tribes used the term Genowska.

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