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Very interesting. I think quite a few people here would be interested in reading about your experience.it depends, i think the most believable cryptids or entities are ones you've seen yourself or have heard a convincing story from somebody you know
from my experience its static entities, after witnessing the presence of one when i was younger i didn't know anything about it besides what i'd seen but it had always stuck with me. it wasn't until around last year that i found out the name of it after giving a description and posting my story on an /x discord. i was then given a link to an article that matched everything i was describing, i did a bit of digging and found some other reports of people experiencing the same thing
i'm more than willing to post my story and the article upon request if anyone is interested
alrightVery interesting. I think quite a few people here would be interested in reading about your experience.
You would find the Fresno Nightcrawlers interesting. They look really similar to the Ningen.Anything in the ocean is fair game. So often we find things down there that defy explanation, as a result there could be any number of cryptids down there and it's borderline impossible to discount the possibility of them. My personal favorite ocean-based cryptid is the Ningen, he's great love the idea that he's just roaming the arctic and swimming around.
I also think chupacabra exist and are likely just rabid animals that someone mistook for something else. I don't know if that really fits the bill of "most believable cryptid" because it's believable that it's real, but not necessarily that it's the cryptid people think it is at least in my opinion. I think chupacabra could be some kinda burrowing creature if it is real in the other sense but I think it'd be pretty mundane, less like discovering a cryptid more like discovering a new species of meaner prairie dogs.
Fresno Nightcrawlers always make me think of.. him
shadow people too, those fuckers can turn to human form....so they could be anyone. I actually learned about it pretty recently.For me its skinwalkers.
The closest person I've heard about coming in contact with them is the guy that gave me driving lessons years ago.
He told me that when he was a kid, he used to go to his aunt's ranch all the time, in the outskirts of the city.
He would wake up in the middle of the night to his aunts rapid footsteps around the house.
One night he woke up and confronted her, and while his aunt was running for the door to the back of the house, my driving instructor said that she had a shotgun on her, and was pointing outside.
When he asked what she was doing, she responded with "Theres wolfs that come here and pick up the sheep like humans and walk away."
Essentially the wolfs came to her ranch, and in a human manner, picked up the livestock.
It should be mentioned that the whole area has the whole "Native American" vibe to it.