Tales of telepathic dogmen

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Fact is stranger than fiction!

http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2018/04/bi...ic-dogmen/

"One type of mysterious creature that has gained a bit of a following in recent years is what is commonly referred to as the “Dogman.” Much as its name suggests, these entities are usually described as being very tall, bipedal, and covered with shaggy hair much like the more well-known Sasquatch, but in this case they also have pointed muzzles and features of a very canine nature. Spotted in many regions of the United States, the Dogmen are a bizarre phenomenon that manages to teeter where the lines of Bigfoot, Werewolves, the paranormal, and urban legend intersect, yet taking things deeper into the strange are the various reports that suggest these beings utilize the mental power of telepathy as well.


One very interesting and quite bizarre such account comes from a witness who posted her experience on the site truthseekerhighway and claims that she had regular telepathic contact with a Dogman calling itself “Tulack.” This entity was first encountered by the witness in a the rugged Sandia mountains in New Mexico, where she was out one fine day with her fiancé, Michael, for a hike. At one point during their peaceful walk her fiancé suddenly called out to her to be careful of a bear ahead. Looking forward, she saw what he was talking about, as a hulking brown shape could be seen and heard crashing through a thicket. Seeing a bear out there was quite unexpected, but what’s even stranger was what allegedly happened next. The witness said of this:

'As I watched the bear run away, out of some trees to the right of it, I saw a very strange and I mean very strange person walking going opposite of the bear. Its stride was like something I’ve never seen especially a normal person do. For every step it took there must have been 4 to 5 feet in between each step which means that I was looking at something very tall. Its back was hunched over and at first I thought that maybe he was carrying a backpack. I mean, my mind was going a hundred miles a minute trying to figure out what exactly I was looking at. Then I realized that it wasn’t a backpack but the man’s back. Then I saw how strange the color of the man was. At this point I had no idea I wasn’t looking at a man. Its color was grey, purple and dark brown. There seemed to be patches of what looked like to me, purple but who knows what I was looking at. It didn’t turn and look at me but kept at a very fast pace walking down what we eventually saw was a path. I said to Michael how weird this fellow was but he couldn’t see him. I than pointed to the location of where he went and as we walked in that direction, that is when the horrible feeling hit us both in the gut. Something told both of us to stay back. It was a clear message and one I was willing to ignore but not Michael. I wanted to go down the path further but he said it was too dangerous. I must say, the feeling in our gut was like a slight punch, almost a nauseating feeling. It affected our heart rates and our adrenaline was racing. I could feel my heartbeat all over my body. It was at this point that I decided to take photos in the direction the strange hiker had gone. It was in one of these photos that we captured what turned out to be a Dogman. He was standing and watching us as we were trying to figure out what to do next. We didn’t smell him at all; he didn’t have an odor any more than the bear did. But I must say, we sure did feel him.' "..
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#2
LOL! Where once again "fact" is conflated with unsubstantiated storytelling (also known as fiction). Rolleyes
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#3
Random unrelated people telling of similar experiences they had in the woods is also "known as fiction"? I've never heard that before.
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#4
For some random unrelated, and perhaps unstable, people, nonsense is contagious. They're just so invested in either the preternatural or the attention it garners, they're eager to attach such significance to mundane events. What was likely two bears running away became one bear and a furry thing with a snout (sounds like a bear) that the fiance conveniently didn't see. Where was the picture she said she took? Rolleyes
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#5
Quote:For some random unrelated, and perhaps unstable, people, nonsense is contagious.

Who said they were unstable? Do you have access to their medical records? Or are you just making shit up again?'

Here's an archive of dogmen sightings from almost all states. Can't be that many mistaken bear sightings, especially in states where there's no bears.

https://dogmanencounters.com/encounters-sightings/

https://geology.com/stories/13/bear-areas/
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#6
I said they're unstable. People who demand others accept things as fact without any corroborating evidence are deluded, at best. That's objectively true of anyone. That such nonsense is contagious among such people doesn't add credibility.

I'm guessing you meant to post a link to some archive, but not like it matters. If you're posting a story that mentions a photo it doesn't even show, I'm fairly confident more such stories will be similarly lacking in substantiation.
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#7
Quote:I said they're unstable

So you're making shit up about people you don't even know. Why am I not surprised?


Quote:People who demand others accept things as fact without any corroborating evidence are deluded, at best.

95% of everything we tell people about ourselves and our lives is told and accepted without any corroborating evidence. It's normal to trust that people know what they've experienced. It's unstable and paranoid to suspect that people don't. So what does that make you?

Quote:I'm guessing you meant to post a link to some archive, but not like it matters.

And I'm guessing you can't tell the difference between a posted link and an unposted link, but not like it matters.
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#8
Maybe it was just a bald bear with a bad case of mange.  Can you imagine running into something like that when you're out hiking?  That would scare the shit out me.


[Image: 091208-bald-bear-picture_big.jpg]
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(May 2, 2018 11:17 PM)Magical Realist Wrote:
Quote:I said they're unstable

So you're making shit up about people you don't even know. Why am I not surprised?
Again:
"People who demand others accept things as fact without any corroborating evidence are deluded, at best. That's objectively true of anyone."
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Quote:People who demand others accept things as fact without any corroborating evidence are deluded, at best.

95% of everything we tell people about ourselves and our lives is told and accepted without any corroborating evidence. It's normal to trust that people know what they've experienced. It's unstable and paranoid to suspect that people don't. So what does that make you?
Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.
If you think claims of the preternatural are on par with someone's personal details, you're just as deluded.
For the most part, personal details don't matter, but when they do, they do require substantiation, like for background checks or someone claiming to be the Pope.
Are you saying these preternatural claims don't matter? O_o
If so, I agree, and they are on par with inconsequential personal details.
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Quote:I'm guessing you meant to post a link to some archive, but not like it matters.

And I'm guessing you can't tell the difference between a posted link and an unposted link, but not like it matters.

Everyone can see you modified your post 12 mins after posting. Rolleyes

(May 2, 2018 11:51 PM)Secular Sanity Wrote: Maybe it was just a bald bear with a bad case of mange.  Can you imagine running into something like that when you're out hiking?  That would scare the shit out me.


[Image: 091208-bald-bear-picture_big.jpg]

Holy crap. Especially if you saw it on its hind legs.
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(May 2, 2018 11:51 PM)Secular Sanity Wrote: Maybe it was just a bald bear with a bad case of mange.  Can you imagine running into something like that when you're out hiking?  That would scare the shit out me.


[Image: 091208-bald-bear-picture_big.jpg]

Just not that many bald bears out there to account for all the sightings. Besides, the dogmen are bipedal.

Quote:Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.

No they don't. They require the same validation any other physical event might require. Many unrelated eyewitnesses seeing the same thing. Photos.. Footprints. Stuff like that. There is no mysterious higher bar for extraordinary events that can never be met. That's a common debunker's cop out from accepting eyewitness accounts of the extraordinary.

Quote:Everyone can see you modified your post 12 mins after posting

LOL! 1 hour ago (This post was last modified: 1 hour ago by Magical Realist.)


Here's a number of dogman sightings in Michigan..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54W-ofjlM5s
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