Dogman Encounters Radio

Dogman Encounters Radio

Everyone has heard about Bigfoot. Not many know that there's a much more terrifying cryptid stalking the deepest, darkest woods of North America and beyond. Tune in every Friday night, at 9PM EST, as eyewitnesses share the terrifying details of their real-life Dogman encounters with you. These are real eyewitnesses, not actors. If you listen to this show, you'll never look at the woods the same way again!

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September 24, 2022 56 min
Before tonight’s guest, John Kershaw, had his 1st Dogman encounter, he thought the idea that they could be out there was a complete joke. Well, 1 day, when he was fishing from his kayak, in a river system, in Western Sydney, Australia, he had an experience that changed his paradigm on their existence. 3 days after that, he had another encounter. That time, after hearing something that he could tell was ambulating bipedally; somethi...
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Tonight’s guest, Jeremy Wilson, is a police officer and when he was 12, he went with his brother to stay with his grandparents, on their leather leaf fern farm, in Volusia County, Florida, near Pearson, Florida. It was spring break, of 1985. Like they’d normally do, Jeremy and his brother had gone out, after dinner, to spend more time outside before it was time for them to come in for the night. They were in the backyard area of th...
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In 2019, tonight’s guest, Jason, had a few days off work, so he decided to drive to Eastern Kentucky and look for a nice place to stay, for 3 to 4 days, to unwind. He wanted to be close to nature, so he decided to stay at a remote lodge, in the Appalachian Mountains. Jason had heard about sightings of strange creatures in the Appalachian Mountains and was hoping to join in on the action. Unfortunately, the adage, “be careful what y...
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Tonight’s guest, William Harris, grew up in a very remote part of the Smoky Mountains, in North Carolina, next to the Tennessee border. In fact, the area where he grew up was so remote, it was cut out of the wilderness just 60 to 70 years before his family moved there. William grew up fishing, hunting, and exploring the mountains around his family’s farm. Consequently, he had a very good childhood. While it’s true that he had an id...
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In early September, of 2005, tonight’s guest, Jill, was driving home from work, around 11 PM, when the unthinkable happened. It was a beautiful night, and the stars were out, in Michigan, where she lived. Jill had her window down and was driving slowly, enjoying the ride home. When she was approaching the road she lived on, she noticed that someone had left a lot of trash, out by the road, for refuse collection, the next morning. N...
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Tonight's guest, wished to remain anonymous. Therefore, she went by the name “Sundown,” in the interview.

“Sundown” was driving home, 1 night, near Mountain Home, Arkansas, when the unthinkable happened. Her kids were in the backseat, and she was driving down a country road, when all of a sudden, she saw a huge, black, canid, laying on the road, up ahead, in her lane. What surprised her most about the black canid was the fact it...
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Tonight's guests, Donna Wells Fink and Jackie Riesterer, have been researching Dogmen, for years, hoping to catch 1 on film. Well, last Wednesday (August 3rd), they were finally able to do that. Not only will I be talking with them about what happened, last Wednesday, when they caught the Beast of Bray Road on film, I’m also going to show a stabilized version of the film they took of it, that day. Karac St. Laurent stabilized t...
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Maine has 17 million acres of forest, 3,500miles of coastline, 6,000 lakes and ponds, as well as 5,000 rivers and streams that are filled with salmon, trout, bass, pickerel, and perch. The terminus for the Appalachian Trail and 92 miles of the Allagash Wilderness are also in Maine. In fact, Maine has the highest percentage of its land covered by forests, compared to any other state in the union. 90% of the state is covered by fores...
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Tonight’s guest, Maury Golden, comes from a family of truck drivers. His cousins drive truck, for a living, his father drove, and his uncle did too. Even his grandfather and great grandfather drove over the road trucks, for a living. Between all of his family members who make a living behind the wheel of a truck or made their living behind the wheel of 1, there are a lot of amazing experiences to share. None of them compares to the...
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When tonight’s guest, Rory McGoldrick, was in his teens, his father relocated the family to Georgia. Not long after moving to Georgia, with his family, Rory started to notice something very unnerving. Late at night, while playing video games, back then, he started to hear tapping sounds on a window by where he’d sit. Rory describes what he’d hear as sounding like a nail tapping on the glass. This went on every night, for months, be...
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Just how dangerous are Dogmen? If you find yourself face to face with a Dogman, how likely is it that you're going to be attacked? On tonight's show, 3 Dogman researchers and 1 man who believes Dogmen are indiscriminate killers are going to talk about that hot topic. The researchers are Donna Wells Fink, Jay Bachochin, and Dave Leidy. Wag is going to be making his case for why he thinks Dogmen pose such a threat to your saf...
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Tonight’s guest, Karac St. Laurent, considers himself to be a cryptozoology researcher, but he majored in Anthropology, at Keene State College, in New England. Soon, he’s going to be teaching cryptozoology courses, at the Housatonic Valley Regional School, in Connecticut too. Karac’s been researching cryptozoology, seriously, for about 15 years now. While he’s interested in learning what he can about cryptids and the experiences ey...
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In mid-June, of 2007, tonight’s guest, Ben, went night fishing with his friends, Jay and “D,” where a creek wound through the outskirts of Oswego, Indiana. The place where they decided to fish was secluded and by an abandoned house that had been sitting empty for some time. No one wanted to buy the house due to a murder-suicide incident that had happened there years prior. Unfortunately, a man who lived there had killed his family,...
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Tonight’s guest, Alex, has been interested in Dogmen for a long time now. The problem is, apparently, Dogmen are interested in him too! And that’s not the kind of attention most people would want. You see, Alex has had 3 Dogman encounters. His first 1 happened when he was just 7 years old, so he had an early start when it comes to interacting with Dogmen. That 1st encounter happened when he was somewhere most kids feel very safe. U...
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Tonight’s guest, Shelley, has had 3 Sasquatch sightings, but only 1 Dogman encounter. If you ask her which type of cryptid she’d pick, if she had to choose between having a Dogman encounter or an encounter with a Sasquatch, she’d tell you that she’d choose a Sasquatch encounter, any day, over having another encounter with a Dogman, because her Dogman encounter scared her to death! Shelley had her Dogman encounter in April of 2018, ...
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Tonight’s guest, David Bunt, is a farmer, in Cheshire, England who takes exception to people saying that Dogmen couldn’t be extant in the U.K. That’s because he’s had multiple encounters with them. While it’s true that he’s had multiple encounters with Dogmen, due to how much trouble he has talking about his encounters, he’s only going to share the details of his 1st encounter, on tonight’s show. Even though Dave was in amazing sha...
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Tonight’s guest, Abdullah EL Khatib, is a 1st generation Arab American, who was born in Boston, but when he was 4 years old, his family decided to move to the Middle East. He’s half Palestinian and half Jordanian, so they moved to Jordan. When Abdullah was 10 or 11 years old, he visited his grandfather’s olive farm. His grandfather’s farm was a beautiful place, with a nice home, a swimming pool, and a lot of land. After having dinn...
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Tonight’s guest, Dwayne, has been tramping around in the woods his whole life, so he’s got woods credentials a mile long. After spending so much time in the woods of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula, he thought he’d seen every kind of animal that lived there. Well, on November 17th, 2012, he found out how wrong he was about that. You see, Dwayne was deer hunting, in a blind, he had put 25 feet up in a huge pine tree. He had cut off some ...
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Tonight’s guest was 10 years old when she had her Dogman encounter. She was laying in her bed by a window that night, at her grandparent’s home, in La Puente, California, at the end of a cul de sac, when it happened. It wasn’t different from any other night until her dog, Bear, woke her up going crazy. After waking up to the commotion Bear was making, she looked around in an attempt to determine why Bear was so upset. It wasn’t lon...
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In 1989, tonight’s guest, Christopher, was working for an outfitter that was based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, that did a lot of canoe trips into the Atchafalaya Basin. The Atchafalaya Basin is the largest wetland and swamp in the United States. It contains the largest contiguous block of forested wetlands in the Lower Mississippi River Valley. Needless to say; there are a lot of areas in the Atchafalaya Basin that people rarely go ...
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