Friday, June 6, 2014

Have You Ever Heard of the Kushtaka, Alaska's Other Bigfoot?


"Known as the Land-Otter Man among the Tlingit Indians, the Kushtaka are shape-shifting, time bending, mythical creatures capable of taking your deepest fears and turning them into a nightmarish reality."
In Search of the Kushtaka, Alaska's Other Bigfoot is an upcoming film project currently being crowd-funded on the website indiegogo. I've never heard of this creature, but if it's real, I definitely don't want to ever see one.
"In the wilderness of Southeastern Alaska, the Kushtaka is one such legend.

Known as the Land-Otter Man among the Tlingit Indians, the Kushtaka are shape-shifting, time bending, mythical creatures capable of taking your deepest fears and turning them into a nightmarish reality.

Some call it a myth, some call it a hoax. But for those unfortunate souls who have come face to face with the Kushtaka, they discovered how real it can get.

These tales surround a remote place called the Bay of Death

Aptly named for the death of over 500 people buried alive in a landslide

Rumored to be Retribution for breaking a covenant with the Kushtaka

In recent years, there have been reports of people encountering these mysterious beings. What they found made them believe in the supernatural.

A documentary film crew ventures deep into the land of the Kushtaka to investigate these unsolved mysteries. What they found is more frightening than they ever could have imagined

In search of the truth
In Search of the Kushtaka"

To check this project out, and see how you can get involved, click here.

18 comments:

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    1. "No Evidence Shawn" just stick to what we already know is true. And that is Bigfoot-Sasquatch. Modern man can't time bend and shape shift so I doubt that some hairy non wearing clothes Gorilla type (some Eskimos were tripping on some tainted seal meat) could do all those things when they don't have a written language.
      And the language part is directed at the Yeti not the Eskimo's.
      I know what I just said really doesn't matter but seriously leave the paranormal stuff to those Ghost Adventures on the Travel Channel ok shawn? We like the Bigfoot part of the what 'if's not some Alien hybrid!

      Yours truly "the climate scientist denier!"

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    1. Awaiting order, commander!!

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    2. I will take my protein pills!!

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    3. ^ Try the cyanide. They taste like almonds!

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    1. Pull my finger. (There is NO doubt in my mind that a caveman did that bit tens of thousands of years ago. You really can't improve on a classic.)

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  4. You haven't even proven the first one exists yet. You footers on meds?

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  5. I never knew the evidence for land otter man was this compelling

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  6. no body ... Hmmmm no big foot ..right Alice?

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  7. land otter man...abalone

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  8. Have You Ever Heard of the Wackaweenie, Alaska's Other, Other Bigfoot? It leaves large puddles of -- well, you know.

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  9. Is that like the Tushkaka? It's also the name of a designer line of
    P. Sheaths.

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    1. Wasn't Tushkaka the name of the interpreter on that Russian Yeti thing? She slurred so much from being hammered (she's Russian), I couldn't quite tell.

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  10. They were terrorizing my family for weeks then our house burned down. They are not bigfoot. They are enslaved cursed souls who shape shift. Only very powerful shamans can look for them and come back.

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