Dogman in Australia

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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by sensesonfire » Sat Feb 23, 2019 6:35 pm

I've noticed that there has been difficulty in posting A Vic Cundiff's Dogman Encounters video apparently there is some conjecture that his video channel is going to be taken down by authorities I don't know what that is about but that won't stop him from opening another website if that being the case. Brenton Sawin was having similar troubles.
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Unread post by sensesonfire » Sat Feb 23, 2019 6:39 pm

If these 4 Dogman Encounters in Australia are true then it proves that these Dogman are relatively subdued towards humans I also believe it to be the case with Yowies and Bigfoot although if looks could kill in the case of Dogman you'd be dead in a nanosecond. That's not to say that I don't believe these creatures have killed humans although it is not their priority at the moment. Terrorising is the main objective but all that will change in the future.

I was watching a video about a returned army vet from Afghanistan out on a hunting trip at night in Michigan US when he was confronted by a Dogman. He said after witnessing all the horrific sights in Afghanistan nothing phased him much these days but this was a terror he virtually had no control over. This thing he said wanted to kill him so it seemed.
It surrounded him, snarling, jeering, astoundingly one second it was at twelve o'clock the next 180 degrees at six o'clock virtually all around him in a flash. There was no way he could even get the creature in his gun sights.

He said after his army days he was not a particularly religious man but on this night that all changed he prayed to Jesus Christ to deliver him from this (pure_evil) and when he looked up it had gone. I believe this will be your only protection from these cryptids.
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Re: Dogman in Australia

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Hi Yowie bait, Thanks for the welcome back. I'm not sure if those stories are true but if they are that's one hell of a scary experience. (eek) Have a problem with the second story of the father and son in Victoria confronted by a monstrous Dogman with the deer in its mouth. The father reported he and the son returned to their rooftop tent sleeping quarters after their confrontation while the wife and daughters had the camper trailer which was a short distance away.
After an experience like that, I would have assumed you all stayed together or better off get in the car and get the hell out of there.
I've got a feeling this guy Josh may be the same person that reported a Yowie encounter near Mandurah here in WA. In both videos, each reports their height at being 6ft 8'' bit of a coincidence I think.
Hi Senses. That is Josh from the "yowee down under" channel that got shut down but that doesnt make the people encounters any less real. I find it hard to take the Aussie bloke storyteller thing seriously. I much prefer to hear the witnesses talking first hand but listened to first two accounts so far.

I agree with the camping one that i wouldve got my family out of there immediately or at least stayed together but everyone is different.

The cattle farmer encounter was a bit embellished i think with the story telling but equally scary. Could've been a yowie as they imo could easily be mistaken as a Werewolf type creature a short distance away in the dark but hey who knows?

If either story is remotely true then that really is a worry!

Ive noticed some youtube channels that feature dogman encounters are having hassles with youtube. Crypto ptsd hasn't uploaded any in awhile and i did read a comment that he was having drama with youtube but what type of drama i dont know?
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by sensesonfire » Sun Feb 24, 2019 12:07 pm

The third story about the woman and kids in the car from South Australia is probably the scariest.
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by sensesonfire » Sun Feb 24, 2019 12:45 pm

The storytelling concept to me does make it sound a little suspicious but I generally take people for their word unless it is blatantly obvious. (respekt)
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Re: Dogman in Australia

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sensesonfire wrote:
Sun Feb 24, 2019 12:07 pm
The third story about the woman and kids in the car from South Australia is probably the scariest.
Yes the S.A encounter sounds terrifying for the lady and her kids!! (eek)
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Re: Dogman in Australia

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sensesonfire wrote:
Sun Feb 24, 2019 12:45 pm
The storytelling concept to me does make it sound a little suspicious but I generally take people for their word unless it is blatantly obvious. (respekt)
I agree and who knows how someone will relay their experiences? Everyone is different.
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Trip5Six » Sun Mar 10, 2019 10:31 am

Did anyone on here ever hear the report of a Dogman in Kadina South australia? It was on YouTube now I can’t find it. There is a video called Kadina werewolf but this video was different I’m talking about.

The report was actually out near Alford south Australia which is only like 20 minutes from Kadina. The mother was driving her car with her young son in the back at nighttime.... she got a flat tyre, as she was changing it her son wet himself when he was next to the car and in the bushes and could see something starring at him..... then the mum seen it also.... she threw him in the car and sped off with her flat tyre and looked back and the dogman was in the middle of the road.

I think the video was on that josh dudes Facebook page but all his stuff is gone.

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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Trip5Six » Sun Mar 10, 2019 10:44 am

I just found a interview with josh where he shares the encounter along with a few more. The video I watched was just the Kadina/Alford by itself but glad I found it.

If anyone wants to smarten me up with what happened to joshs YouTube page I’d me happy to listen
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Trip5Six » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:09 am

And I’ve just seen you were all just talking about the SA Encounter before I made my posts, silly me.

I only live 15 minutes from Alford myself so the encounter was really close to home for me
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by sensesonfire » Tue Mar 26, 2019 1:35 pm

Hello Trip5Six
I looked up Alford on Google earth mentions the name but nothing there at all except what appears to be a homestead. Kadina, on the other hand, quite a nice looking town. I like to check out the areas of a reported Yowie or Dogman sighting the terrain, vegetation, proximity to civilisation etc.
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Rusty2 » Wed Mar 27, 2019 3:09 pm

A question if I may ,
Is there any Aboriginal stories of "dogman" ? I've looked and can't find any . If there was a dogman the Aboriginal people would know about it .

I'm just wondering if it's all misidentification .
WHAT IF there is a yowie with a snout , a different species that is being called dogman but it's actually another yowie .

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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by sensesonfire » Wed Mar 27, 2019 7:24 pm

Hi Rusty2 I think you have a point there has been misidentification in the past between Bigfoot and Dogman. Dogman and Bigfoot reports in the US today, however, have distinct dissimilarities. I believe in America over the past few years there have been more Dogman sightings than Bigfoot.

You ask if there are any aboriginal Dogman sightings in Australia? probably not and I believe the reason for this is that the Dogman phenomenon here is of a more recent occurrence. If you do witness a Yowie or Dogman in Australia you will definitely notice the difference. Reports of Dogman have been increasing in Australia over the past thirty years and I wonder just how many sightings of both Yowie and Dogman go unreported because of the fear of both disbelief and ridicule quite a few I would imagine.
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by sensesonfire » Wed Mar 27, 2019 7:33 pm

Forgive the repetitive use of the word Dogman I think I referred to it eight times. (oops)
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Rusty2 » Thu Mar 28, 2019 3:52 pm

sensesonfire wrote:
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You ask if there are any aboriginal Dogman sightings in Australia?
Nah , I meant historical dreamtime stories . If the Aboriginal people have no stories about them then they don't exist . This is why I'm suggesting that sightings here in Australia are misidentification .
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Dogman phenomenon here is of a more recent occurrence.
I'm not deliberately going out of my way to be difficult but why is that ? They didn't arrive by ocean liner or passenger jet so how did they get here ?
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Reports of Dogman have been increasing in Australia over the past thirty years
Only in the last few years have I heard of dogman on this website .
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If you do witness a Yowie or Dogman in Australia you will definitely notice the difference.
Have you seen a yowie or dogman ?
There was an audio report years ago (acacia) where a woman described what she initially believed to be a bear crushing the fence on her property . I heard a report from around this neck of the woods of a creature doing a display run around a paddock near a mill . The witnesses said it had a head like a bear and "preferred to run on all fours" .

So , if there are yowies that have a snout then wouldn't it be plausible that those types might be the culprits for misidentification ?
I reckon there's more than 2 types of yowies , possibly even 4 types , ones that are more elusive .
Again I'm not trying to be difficult but I'd like to hear what you think .

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Re: Dogman in Australia

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Rusty2 wrote:
Thu Mar 28, 2019 3:52 pm
sensesonfire wrote:
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You ask if there are any aboriginal Dogman sightings in Australia?
Nah , I meant historical dreamtime stories . If the Aboriginal people have no stories about them then they don't exist . This is why I'm suggesting that sightings here in Australia are misidentification .
No, probably no dreamtime stories because as I said this is a recent phenomenon.
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Dogman phenomenon here is of a more recent occurrence.
I'm not deliberately going out of my way to be difficult but why is that ? They didn't arrive by ocean liner or passenger jet so how did they get here ?

Same .[way they arrived in America who knows? We are probably on different wavelengths here because I believe these cryptids to be both physical and supernaturalcolor=#BF0000][/color]
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Reports of Dogman have been increasing in Australia over the past thirty years
Only in the last few years have I heard of dogman on this website .
[color=#FF0000]Check out Vic Cundiff's Dogman reports in Australia[/color]
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If you do witness a Yowie or Dogman in Australia you will definitely notice the difference.
Have you seen a yowie or dogman ?
There was an audio report years ago (acacia) where a woman described what she initially believed to be a bear crushing the fence on her property . I heard a report from around this neck of the woods of a creature doing a display run around a paddock near a mill . The witnesses said it had a head like a bear and "preferred to run on all fours" .

So , if there are yowies that have a snout then wouldn't it be plausible that those types might be the culprits for misidentification ?
I reckon there's more than 2 types of yowies , possibly even 4 types , ones that are more elusive .
Again I'm not trying to be difficult but I'd like to hear what you think .
No, like most people I haven't seen a Yowie or a Dogman and like most people I'm not likely to. From what I have read or heard from Australian and American reports there appears to be little chance of misidentification all have reported large wolf-like creature with pointed ears a long dog-like snout with long muscular arms, claws and strong muscular legs exactly the shape of a canine. Unless you are on the turps no chance of confused ID there.
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by sensesonfire » Thu Mar 28, 2019 8:33 pm

Rusty2 Here's a report from a young bloke encountering a Dogman as he was driving along a dark road on the outskirts of Los Angeles. Take note of the description same as the ones reported in Australia.
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Re: Dogman in Australia

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Hey Guys,

Not sure how many of you listen to podcasts about cryptids and the like but ive stumbled upon a couple of Dogman encounters from right here in Australia.

This one is from Currumbin Valley in QLD




This one is from Watanobbi in NSW.


Have a listen if you get time guys.

P.S. Sorry if the links are not clickable this is my first time posting a topic. (thumb up) (thumb up)
Heres some Aussie links from first page of thread I certainly hope they are not here in oz!
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Unread post by sensesonfire » Fri Mar 29, 2019 12:44 pm

Dogman are gathering in greater numbers in urban areas and even occasionally encroaching into the suburbs in the US here in Australia not as yet but we will catch up. They are gaining momentum for a full on attack when the time comes.
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5 Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror by night; nor for the arrow that flieth by day;

I should point out this applies to believers, not unbelievers so be very careful. (eek)
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Rusty2 » Fri Mar 29, 2019 3:53 pm

Mmmm , fascinating .

I have to say , a friend of mine was taking his dog for a run on a forest road . He was in the car , the dog was running ahead of the car .
He was coming to a fork in the road and looking to his left noticed what he described as a large "wolf" . It was on all fours but he kept saying how big it was and that it would have trouble fitting in the back of his utility . Worried about his dog , he turned to the right and the dog eventually followed .

Another guy I know who lives in the same area and walks along the same dirt road mentioned that he found these giant or huge dog prints on the road while he was walking . He also said that it frightened him enough that he stopped taking walks .

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Unread post by sensesonfire » Fri Mar 29, 2019 7:29 pm

There are probably a lot more of these cryptid creatures (Yowies,Dogman) in Australia than we realise. Because Oz is such a huge country sparsely populated we just don't encounter them like in the US with their much larger population. (scared)
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Unread post by sensesonfire » Tue Apr 02, 2019 12:35 pm

Another Australian Dogman encounter in Mount George NSW 2014. Take note of how the father repelled this creature.

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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Outback lurker » Tue Apr 02, 2019 5:41 pm

Pretty freaky how far Mormons will go lol
Seriously though,that is frightening,especially at 15.
You said in one of the first postings that you knew what these things were........do you care to share yet?
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Unread post by sensesonfire » Wed Apr 03, 2019 6:09 pm

Checked out the surrounding bushland in Mount George, parts of the roadside scrub appears impenetrable. No way I'd be driving through there at night let alone wandering about.
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Unread post by sensesonfire » Wed Apr 03, 2019 6:25 pm

The earliest known reference to dog-headed humans was found in Libya, carved into the cliffs and boulders on a plateau some 4000 years ago. One depiction shows two dog-headed men dragging the body of a rhinoceros. Another shows a dog-headed human carrying a club with a dog-headed baby at its feet.
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In the Australian Dogman report from Watanobbi NSW, Keiron Pittman describes the dogman as exactly like the ones from the movie Dog Soldiers the movie I have mentioned in my Evidence Pertaining to The Origins of Bigfoot/Yowie/Yeti.
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In reference to Dog Soldiers take a look at my avatar. :twisted:
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