This week on The Gralien Report, we’re off on our journey through the twilight realm of Forteana with a stop-off at Loch Ness, where new photos of a “monster” (or perhaps a group of seals playing?) have caused quite a stir in the Scottish Highlands. Elsewhere, why have the folks at Bank of America chimed in on the likelihood that reality is just a simulation? Finally, we revisit a conversation in which Micah and Hobbo talk with researcher Ken Storch, who had an unusual encounter with… something… in the Pennsylvania woods a number of years ago. Who, or what, did he encounter?

On the heels of Storch’s odd encounter with a mysterious, “something in the woods”, we showcase a special edition of the “Crypto X” program, co-hosted with Micah by history buff and crypto-thinker Dakota Waddell. Dakota brings to the table one of the best cases of a law enforcement encounter with Sasquatch (which even Micah hadn’t heard of), in addition to offering thoughts on the belief in some circles that Bigfoot is a “paranormal” entity. Micah gives his reasons why this is not only unlikely, but perhaps also damaging to the serious study of these purported creatures.

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Author: Micah Hanks

Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at

2 Replies to “TGR 09.19.16. There’s Something in the Woods…

  1. Dear Micah hanks what do you think of my definition here. Science isn’t the measurement of facts but the measuring of instance in an ever evolving world. Also would you agree that If there is even the slightest fluxuation of measurement it is irresponsible of science to claim it is unimportant/insignificant and to round up round down to make something that changes seem consistent?

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