On this episode of Expanded Perspectives the guys start the show off talking about how a district chief in Amnat Charoen province on Wednesday clarified his request for police protection for a village haunted by a “ghost”. According to Thai folklore, once “phee pob” inhabits a human body, the person becomes ravenous for raw food – including the organs of live animals. Then, Lon Strickler over at Phantoms and Monsters recently posted an encounter with what has become known as The Grinning Man. Then, the actor Rob Lowe will soon debut a TV series on A&E called “The Lowe Files” in which he and his two adult sons go in search of the paranormal. And, he claims that in some cases, they actually found it. Lowe told Entertainment Weekly that he had an “incredible encounter” with a creature known as the wood ape, or the Ozark version of Sasquatch or Bigfoot.
Then, new research into the behavior of these big cats indicates that they don’t like encountering humans any more than we like bumping into them on hiking trails. The findings are particularly valuable as human development encroaches on lion habitat and drives up the number of human-puma encounters. After the break Cam brings up some unusual encounters with Bigfoot in the great state of Florida. Often referred to as The Skunk Ape. Florida’s type of Sasquatch seems very smelly as well as elusive. All of this and more on this weeks installment of Expanded Perspectives!
- District Chief Asks Police to Protect Village From Ghost
- The Grinning Man
- Rob Lowe: I Saw Bigfoot, And I think It Almost Killed Me
- Mountain Lions Feat Humans, Fleeing When They Hear Our Voices
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