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ABC says good night to Night Stalker

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 15th, 2005

Who loves ya, baby? Apparently nobody. Wait a minute, that was Kojak, not Kolchak. Oh, well, the outcome’s the same. UPI reports Monday say ABC pulled the plug on Nightstalker after airing only 6 episodes. There are no plans to air the 3 unaired episodes that have already been shot.

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Skeptical Monster Hunting

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 15th, 2005

Dinah Voyles Pulver, the environment writer at the Daytona Beach News Journal has a good overview of the debunking of "sea monster" beachings at Tasmania, Bermuda, Nantucket and Chile. All were cetaceans, of course. She also lumps in the nearby 1896 St. Augustine beaching, as a whale too, but my emails with Roy Mackal tell […]

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Addendum to Bigfoot Conferences IV

Posted by: Rick Noll on November 14th, 2005

(Sleater Kinney – Let’s Call It Love) This song is definately going to last longer than the time it will take to read this blog, but maybe it will make people stare longer at the pictures. It is from an all female group out of Oregon and is quite raw in it’s sound… like these […]

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NBC’s Surface Stays Afloat

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 14th, 2005

According to Surface has been picked up for the whole season. That’s good news for all of us Crypto fans out there in TV Land. From the direction of the last few episodes, it looks like the show will be delving into an X-Files-ish Mythology with twists and turns and government conspiracies. Check out […]

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Disney’s New Yeti Adventure

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 14th, 2005

At Disney World in Florida, with the opening of Disney’s Expedition Everest, get ready for a ride of your life, plus some surprising educational opportunities to learn more about the Yeti or Abominable Snowmen. Several cryptozoologically-inclined people have contributed to the information behind this ride’s entryway and "museum," including me. It is located in the […]

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Birdwatchers Events Fall 2005

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 13th, 2005

In cryptozoology, we often here the refrain: "Why do birdwatchers never report Thunderbird sightings?" Well, of course, they do. But most of the pressure is to run to the sightings of rare birds seen in your neighborhood, to add to one’s list of birds seen in the observer’s life – the life list. Three such […]

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Cryptozoology on Primetime TV

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 13th, 2005

OK, this is old news…almost a week old in fact, but I just got around to watching it tonight, so I thought that I would mention it anyway. On this past week’s episode of the CBS primetime series "How I Met Your Mother", there was an interesting subplot involving a weird critter that was being […]

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North Bend… Part IV

Posted by: Rick Noll on November 11th, 2005

(White Stripes – Little Ghost) I started getting a bad feeling about all of this…Mike Martin – Greg Martin? Were they related? No. But while we were in Joe’s home he got a phone call from Jim French, the other person who he found the tracks with. Joe was reminded about a Bigfoot sighting a […]

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On Coast to Coast

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 11th, 2005

On this Tuesday’s overnight, November 15th’s Coast to Coast AM with George Noory, I will be appearing to talk about Lake Monsters, Thunderbirds, Mothman, and Bigfoot. In three hours it’s easy to cover many cryptozoological subjects, and I look forward to people calling in to discuss anything they want. If you have any questions you […]

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Open Season on Swedish Lake Monster

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 11th, 2005

Jan Sundberg is gonna be pissed… Although it was documented in print in 1635, and has been seen hundreds of times since, the regional authorities agreed to remove the endangered species protection for Storsie, the serpent-like creature reported to live in the depths of Lake Storsjön, in the Swedish province of Jamtland. Storsie was placed […]

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Oh No! There Goes Tokyo Go Go Godzilla

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 11th, 2005

History shows again and again How nature points out the folly of men Godzilla! OK, you got me there. This has nothing to do with Blue Oyster Cult. This is about a newly described prehistoric crocodile that sported flippers. The skull of this croc was discovered in 1996 in the Patagonia region, but was just […]

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Hair of the Yeti

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 10th, 2005

In a comment to an earlier blog, delfin asks: “Would you please tell me if genetic analysis has been used for ‘identification’ of the hair brought by Slick and Hillary? If yes, what the results are? If no, why still not?” I’ve discussed this question, in depth, in Tom Slick: True Life Encounters in Cryptozoology, […]

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Bili Ape Discoverer Shot

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 9th, 2005

Shelly Williams, 49, the world-renowned primatologist credited with gathering convincing evidence of a new species of great apes, a cryptid primate known to cryptozoologists as the Bili or Bondo ape, was shot in the back around 2:30 pm, on November 7, 2005. She apparently was the innocent victim of an unrelated drug shooting in Smyrna, […]

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CZ in PopPolitics

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 9th, 2005

Boing Boing ("A Directory of Wonderful Things"), being one of my favorite blogs and especially those by David Pescovitz, was the first on the block, to understand the mixture in modern technoculture and cryptozoology. Now over at PopPolitics ("Where Politics and Popular Cultures Meet"), they are talking about cryptozoology too. Blogger Bernie in his "One […]

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Government Conspiracies and Bigfoot or Do You Smell Something Burning?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 9th, 2005

In Thom Powell’s book, "The Locals", he tells of a report that he investigated for the BFRO, a group that he was involved with as an investigator for several years. The report concerned a Bigfoot that was found during a firefighting mission on Battle Mountain, NV on August 6, 1999. A letter dated the next […]

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