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Bigfoot Conferences VI

Posted by: Rick Noll on October 22nd, 2005

(Blur – Caramel) Getting back to the TBRC 2005 conference now I see that fewer and fewer scientists have been attending since 1978. We now get more and more people who have carried the torch of interest, either as a collector of reports or that have actually done field research. Well maybe an author or […]

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Black Lagoon Creature Returns

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 22nd, 2005

Creature From the Black Lagoon and Coelacanths You know that cryptozoology is having a culturally significant impact when a movie 50 years old, inspired by a cryptozoological event, is being remade. Variety announced last week that Universal has hired Breck Eisner, the director of last spring’s "Sahara," to steer "Creature From the Black Lagoon" into […]

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Bigfoot in Texas?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 21st, 2005

The following is an excerpt from a paper published on the Texas Bigfoot Research Center website. There is a common misconception of Texas terrain as being nothing but prairies and deserts, with a lone tumbleweed rolling by. I’m sure that most people who have never been to Texas, form their opinion from watching the television […]

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Bigfoot Conferences V

Posted by: Rick Noll on October 21st, 2005

The Whites left the conference early. It surprised and disappointed me. They were supposed to show the film publicly there – but didn’t. The only people seeing it were those in the after-session secret meetings. The ones that still take place after conferences now. More on that later though. I couldn’t talk to Grover about […]

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New England Sea Serpents

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 21st, 2005

The Search Continues for Cassie and her friends The coast seems a little bit lonelier these days. Cassie, the name I coined long ago to characterize these cryptids seen near Portland, Maine, was bestowed in the same tradition that all of these watery creature monikers are given – with location, location, and fun in mind. […]

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Watch For Sasquatch On Road

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 20th, 2005

Canadian parody site, The Toque, posted a "humourous" article entitled, "Watch For Sasquatch On Road: Keep Your Big Foot Near The Brake Pedal. Tourists and travelers are warned to be cautious driving through British Columbia this Spring. With the warm weather approaching, sasquatches will be migrating to their summer habitats. "You’ve got to be careful driving […]

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Dover Demon still in the news

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 20th, 2005

Off to the Boston area for a little trip down memory lane. Fox 25 News is interviewing me for a Halloween feature on the Dover Demon. The name, a moniker I coined to denote this small, weird, orangish creature seen by four witnesses in late April 1977, is one that stuck. The drawings by the […]

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Bigfoot Conferences IV

Posted by: Rick Noll on October 19th, 2005

But let’s get back to the first conference on Bigfoot – Anthropology of the Unknown: Humanoid Monsters. Watch for clues now.   There were many college students, scientists and Bigfoot hunters in attendance. Like I stated before, the media thought that the topic of to kill or not was going to capture their readers interest […]

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Sasquatch on golf courses

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 19th, 2005

Watching a tribute on ESPN to Tiger Woods tonight, an ad flashes on. People are describing something they have seen on a golf course, large, with a flat face, and other imagery that any Bigfooter would recognize as reflective of our quest. Then, SQ appears, followed by other letters…until you see "SASQUATCH…Coming in November." Nike […]

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Texas Bigfoot Presentation in the Houston Area

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 19th, 2005

Texas Bigfoot presentation at College of the Mainland200 Parker Court League City, Texas 77573Phone: 281.332.1800 Lanis Neugent, Learning Center Coordinator, lneugent@com.edu Alice Whistler, Program Assistant, awhistler@com.edu Please contact the college for registration to this event Friday night, October 28, 2005 6:30 – 8:30 PM Daryl Colyer, Alton Higgins & Craig Woolheater will give a 2 hour […]

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$1m Bigfoot bounty withdrawn

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 19th, 2005

Duel Masters Withdraws and Rescinds $1M Bounty Hunt (Renton, Wash.) As noted by international cryptozoologist and author Loren Coleman earlier this week, the Duel Masters trading card game produced by Wizards of Coast [Hasbro, Inc.’s (NYSE: HAS)], explored the possibility of sponsoring a one million dollar bounty hunt that would encourage the live safe capture […]

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Bigfoot Conferences III

Posted by: Rick Noll on October 18th, 2005

10-13-05 Thank somebody for inventing the iPod… A 4-hour flight from Seattle and a 3-hour drive from Dallas, with a short stop at a Hitchcock set Dennys dinner later, I finally arrived at the Plantation Inn Ennis, Belle suite – thanks to Lee Murphy and crew. I hitched a ride with them to the conference […]

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Jefferson Proclaims Texas Bigfoot Weekend

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 18th, 2005

This past weekend at the 5th Annual Texas Bigfoot Conference, I, accepting on behalf of the Texas Bigfoot Research Center, was presented with the key to the city of Jefferson, TX. The mayor, Ned Fratangelo, signed a proclamation that the 3rd weekend of every October will be "Texas Bigfoot Weekend". Below is a photo of […]

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Duel Masters Withdraws $1M Bounty

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 18th, 2005

Duel Masters Withdraws and Rescinds $1M Bounty Hunt (Renton, Wash.) As noted by international cryptozoologist and author Loren Coleman earlier this week, the Duel Masters trading card game produced by Wizards of Coast [Hasbro, Inc.’s (NYSE: HAS)], explored the possibility of sponsoring a one million dollar bounty hunt that would encourage the live safe capture […]

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Michael Ward has died

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 18th, 2005

English newspapers are reporting today, October 18, that Michael Ward has died at the age of 80. Ward was the expedition doctor on Sir Edmund Hillary’s expedition to explore routes up Mt. Everest. Ward, more importantly, to cryptozoology, was the doctor who was along with Eric Shipton when the now well-known Yeti or Abominable Snowman […]

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