Hunkered in my remote cabin outpost deep in the wilderness, I flip through pages of strangeness, researching reports of mysterious phenomena, wacky conspiracies, weird creatures and startling encounters with the unknown. Somewhere out there, in the dark woods, a barred owl hoots. Maybe something lurks.
I’m a skeptic, but I love mysteries of the unexplained, so I created Apokryphunk to re-examine the weirdness of our world.
Derived from the Greek word “apokryphos” which means “obscure,” and the word “phunk”—which comes from “funk” not “punk” and generally means “baloney, nonsense, garbage, bullpucky, etc.”—Apokryphunk.com serves as my creative outlet, where I can share observations on a variety of subjects: UFOs, ghosts, Bigfoot, Mothman, strange encounters in general or generally strange encounters.
To dig deeper, more specifically Apokryphunk is derived from the word “Apocryphal” which means “of doubtful authenticity, although widely circulated as being true.” Thus, Apokryphunk refers to that bunk some people claim to know but can’t and spew it out all over the world anyway.
The ever present goal of Apokryphunk is to find hard evidence for unexplained phenomena amid all of the bunky baloney that comes along, things like blobsquatches for example.
If you are as interested as I am in exploring the paranormal landscape, having a little fun, and maybe discovering something truly unexplained, follow me on my quest for truth in the world of the paranormal, and mysteries of the unexplained.
Things may get interesting but at the very least I guarantee things will be strange on this entertaining trip through the bizarre landscape of the paranormal and unexplained.
Updated: 27 November, 2020, 17:53 EST.
— The Ghost Writer
Somewhere on the edge of the unknown…