Directed and narrated by Canadian documentarian John Walker, from 2000. Thanks to Chris Knowles for telling me about this joyous 75 minutes of film-making.
|The source book for loads of Disney weirdness|
By some mischance one of the great owls, called horned owls, had come from the neighboring woods into the barn of one of the townsfolk in the night-time...
In the morning when the manservant went into the barn to fetch some straw, he was so mightily alarmed at the sight of the owl sitting there in a corner, that he ran away and announced to his master that a monster, the like of which he had never set eyes on in his life, and which could devour a man without the slightest difficulty, was sitting in the barn, rolling its eyes about in its head.
|Author, researcher and abductee, Kathleen Marden|
|Christopher Knowles seen with four owls in approx 1973|
|Screen grab from the comments on an essay titled Owls. Click on image for a HI-rez view.|
Wanted to share an owl story from my childhood. My family was moving to another town which took four hours by car to commute. My dad was in a truck in front of my mom, me and my sister who were riding in a car behind him. It was late at night and we were making our last load for the day. We were moving into an old farm house out in the country. We were on a dirt road and my dad was right in front of us. My mom stopped the car because she saw something walking in the road. It was the most enormous owl any of us had seen. It simply walked in front of the car, turned to look at us (realize that it was big enough to see us over the hood of the car) and continued to walk across the road (or waddle maybe) when we got to the house my dad was irate and wanting to know where we had been. Evidently, over an hour had passed while we watched that owl cross our path.Jessi doesn't give an estimated size of this enormous owl, but she does say the it was big enough to see us over the hood of the car. This is something I have heard repeatedly from various witnesses. This puts the owl at about four feet tall. I even photographed a four foot tall cardboard cut out of an owl in front of my car to show how improbable it would be to see an owl that large. I’ve used this image in a series of presentations at UFO conferences. What I need to say is that this propping this photo was super creepy even though the owl was nothing more than cardboard.
|cardboard owl positioned in front of my Subaru|
|Whoa, it's as light as a feather!|
|an owl seen in ROSWELL|
|me and my little buddy|
|Diana sent me a photo of the sad looking wounded owl in a dog kennel. Curiously one of the only words I can read on the paper is "Angel"|
|two pictures with the same owl|
|beautiful text created without a computer|
|This image wasn't actually in the final episode of season three, this is a promotional photo.|
|symbolic owl on the first episode of LONGMIRE|
|two pictures, same owl!|
|note any similarities?|
|recreation of the view out my south window|
|click on this image for a HI-Rez view,|
the art director for this book cover crammed in a lotta stuff!
|page from Sync Book 2, click on the image for a HI-Rez view|