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Back from Texas

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 17th, 2005

The conference in Texas was, once again, an event not to be missed. I’ve just landed late tonight in Portland, to find, of course, my email box filled and the phone message machine overflowing. I’ll have to deal with all of that tomorrow, but for now, around midnight, it will be just thoughts of good […]

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Back from the Texas Bigfoot Conference

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 17th, 2005

Well, what can we say….the best laid plans of mice and men…..often go awry. We intended to give a daily recap of the events from the Texas Bigfoot Conference this past weekend, but time and technology conspired against us. The only public broadband in town was at the local coffee shop, which locked its doors […]

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Hobbits

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 17th, 2005

The media interest in the “Hobbits,” which I still enjoy calling by their more formal name, the Flores people or Homo floresiensis, is finally touching more seriously on their possible affinity to Australopithecus afarensis (“Lucy’). What’s interesting about this to cryptozoologists, of course, is the link to a continuous range of reports of little, upright […]

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An incredible beginning!

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 13th, 2005

Technology and Cryptozoology. Blogs and Bigfoot. Yetis and Yahoo searching. Sea Serpents and surfing the net. Windigo, wood bison, and webpages. Emails and Giant Eels. Before you know it, we’ll have Igopogo and iPods to deal with, in the not-too-distance future. It is a changed world since I began assembling everything I could on Abominable […]

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2005 Texas Bigfoot Conference

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 13th, 2005

Finishing up some last minute, late night details before I skeedaddle to Jefferson for a looooong 5 day weekend. Picking up Paul Cropper from Australia, Chris Murphy from Vancouver, BC and Jeff Meldrum from Pocatello, ID all in one fell swoop to DFW in about 9 hours. We will be blogging live from the event, […]

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Bigfoot Conferences II

Posted by: Rick Noll on October 12th, 2005

Here is something that was published with the article in the last post. Little Eagle, SD – Yeah, I went there too. Nearly died on the side of the road in a 67 camero, buried in a snow drift at 50 below zero… I was so cold and it was so strange, like something out […]

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Bigfoot Conferences

Posted by: Rick Noll on October 12th, 2005

I am going to be attending the 2005 TBRC conference. I will be speaking and videoing at the event. I am also going to try and post daily logs from it as well, with pictures of course. Craig and company put on a great show, one of the best I have ever been too. I […]

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More on Jeff Corwin and the Yeti

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 12th, 2005

more from Loren Coleman From the University of South Florida Oracle Looking ahead, Corwin said he’s headed to Nepal to look into new evidence of the possible existence of a new species. "The focus is to validate or disprove that there is a yeti there," he said. "There are two theories. First is that maybe […]

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Animal Planet ’s Jeff Corwin goes on a Quest for the Yeti

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 12th, 2005

Ripped from the headlines… And passed on to Cryptomundo from our good friend Loren Coleman… From the St. Petersburg Times, Published October 11, 2005 Meeting nature, face to face By JAY CRIDLIN, Times Staff Writer [Interview with Jeff Corwin] The Emmy-winning host of Corwin’s Quest and The Jeff Corwin Experience will speak about his animal […]

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Honobia Bigfoot Fall Festival headed for Cannes

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 11th, 2005

Ripped from the headlines: "If you missed the Honobia BigFoot Festival (Honobia, Oklahoma – September 2005), and if you have even the slightest interest in the BigFoot phenonomon, then you may want to see the Bigfoot video that is due for release November 1, 2005. " Video: Honobia, OK BigFoot Festival 2005 featuring half a […]

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Baylor Professor weighs in on Bigfoot

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 10th, 2005

The Sun Sentinel, a Ft. Lauderdale, FL newspaper, ran a story today about Bigfoot sightings in a small town in Illinois. The paper quoted Dr. Christopher Bader, a sociology professor at Baylor University in Waco, TX that I have corresponded with in the past. "Bigfoot is one of those things that people like believing in, because, […]

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Surface “Re-Surfaces” on SciFi Channel

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 10th, 2005

Tomorrow evening, the SciFi Channel is having a Surface Marathon. At least that is what NBC was touting it as during tonight’s episode, the 4th episode to air. I don’t know if I would call airing 4 episodes a "marathon", but apparently the brass at NBC does. It’s a pretty decent show, I am enjoying […]

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Loren Coleman and a New Lizard! It must be Columbus Day…

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 10th, 2005

Loren Coleman sends in a guest Cryptomundo blog for the day. Cool New Lizard Discovery Announced on Columbus Day! There’s exciting news about a new animal. A new lizard has been discovered by a biologist digging through the forest floor debris on Union Island. Of course, new animals are found all the time, giving hope […]

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Part VIII… Bigfoot Sightings

Posted by: Rick Noll on October 9th, 2005

Dogs were barking somewhere below our position. They sounded like they were making good time coming our way. They were frantic. Their noise growing louder and louder, with deeper low tones and shrill highs, hurting our frozen ears the closer they got. Dave and I must have had the same idea concerning the cattail. Was […]

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Skunk Ape Footage? Something Stinks…

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 9th, 2005

I don’t know of anyone who has seen "The Ochopee Skunk Ape", the documentary about David Shealy’s quest for the skunk ape, the Everglades variety of Bigfoot. In an article in the Marco Island (FL) Sun Times, the film is described as "basically Shealy’s true-life story and his experiences with the skunk ape during that time." […]

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