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Parapsychology -- Folklore

 Subject
Subject Source: Rbtyp

Found in 202 Collections and/or Records:

Ball's Bluff / Michelle Hansen, 1988 October 6

 Item
Identifier: FA 3 Series 2 Sub-Series 2 Sub-Series 1 Item 2.2.2.1.29.1
Scope and Contents note Report by Brigham Young University folklore student Michelle Hansen, who collected information from Mary Batten. On Halloween night you can hear the cries of Confederate soldiers. Their graves are arranged in a circle, and you can never walk around them and count the same number twice.
Dates: 1988 October 6

Barbeque tonight / Janet Welch, 1981 October

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Identifier: FA 3 Series 5 Sub-Series 2 Item 2.5.2.0.1.1
Scope and Contents Report by Utah State University folklore student Janet Welch, who collected information form Tracy Hohmann. A man stranded in a mysterious small town finds out that the villagers plan to kill and eat him.
Dates: 1981 October

Basin Cemetery / Helen Denton, 1979

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Identifier: FA 3 Series 2 Sub-Series 2 Sub-Series 1 Item 2.2.2.1.17.1
Scope and Contents note Report by Utah State University folklore student Helen Denton, who collected information from Kris Burch. If you shake a certain bush with no flowers in Basin Cemetery, you can hear chains rattling.
Dates: 1979

Bear Lake monster / Bruce A. Dunn, 1981 May 21

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Identifier: FA 3 Series 5 Sub-Series 5 Item 2.5.5.1.7
Scope and Contents Report by Utah State University folklore student Bruce A. Dunn. A monster swamps several scouts' canoes on Bear Lake.
Dates: 1981 May 21

Bear Lake monster / Gail Grunig, 1976

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Identifier: FA 3 Series 5 Sub-Series 5 Item 2.5.5.1.3
Scope and Contents Report by Utah State University folklore student Gail Grunig, who collected information from Harold Grunig. The Bear Lake monster devours a valuable stallion.
Dates: 1976

Bear Lake monster / Madalyn Backlund, 1971

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Identifier: FA 3 Series 5 Sub-Series 5 Item 2.5.5.1.1
Scope and Contents Report by Brigham Young University folklore student Madalyn Backlund, who collected information from Dale L. Swenson. A monster lives in the deepest parts of Bear Lake and devours boats that get caught on the lake during storms.
Dates: 1971

Bear Lake monster / Randy Ivie, 1984

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Identifier: FA 3 Series 5 Sub-Series 5 Item 2.5.5.1.13
Scope and Contents Report by Utah State University folklore student Randy Ivie, who collected information from Mont Hedin. A giant monster lives in Bear Lake and can travel between Bear Lake and Loch Ness.
Dates: 1984

Bear Lake monster / Susan Hansen, 1983

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Identifier: FA 3 Series 5 Sub-Series 5 Item 2.5.5.1.9
Scope and Contents Report by Utah State University folklore student Susan Hansen, who collected information from Brad Chapman. A woman sees the Bear Lake monster surface.
Dates: 1983

Bear Lake monster / Terri Anderson, 1983 February 5

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Identifier: FA 3 Series 5 Sub-Series 5 Item 2.5.5.1.12
Scope and Contents Report by Utah State University folklore student Terri Anderson, who collected information from Alice Moser. A giant monster lives in Bear Lake and eats people who drown there.
Dates: 1983 February 5

Bear Lake monster / Vicky Kulsic, 1983 February

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Identifier: FA 3 Series 5 Sub-Series 5 Item 2.5.5.1.11
Scope and Contents Report by Utah State University student Vicky Kulsic, who collected information from Craig Faulkner. The Bear Lake monster appears during storms and eats people.
Dates: 1983 February