Exploring American Monsters: Utah

 Jason Offutt Utah, the Crossroads of the West, became the forty-fifth of the United States in 1896. At 84,916 square miles, Utah is the thirteenth largest state, but has one of the least dense populations. Early settlers to Utah include mountain men, adventurers, scientists, and Mormons persecuted for their religion. The headquarters of the Mormon Church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is in Salt Lake City. The…

2014: Sundance, Utah Bigfoot Footage -Video

Sundance, Utah. A couple driving through the dark woods spotted something bizarre just a few feet from the road. They manage to turn back around and capture something strange via a cellphone or camcorder. We go to YouTube user ParaBreakDown for a more in depth look at the strange video. Something big definitely is seen standing between the trees. Something that looks to be bipedal at first glance. Of course…

1994: The Canyonlands of Utah: Lands of Ancient Star People

by Robert Morning Sky In May 1994, while leading a “Quest” with two friends, a gentleman from New Zealand named Steve, and a woman from the “Land Down Under,” Kathryn, I made a personal discovery that has made my life both exciting and miserable. I discovered, by accident (if there is such a thing)… the Canyonlands. I often visited the Four Corners area as a youngster, my Grandfather would take…