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Bigfoot : Go-Go Crypto Hominid of the 21st Century

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 30th, 2005

Today, Newsweek published an interview with Bigfoot, arranged by Graham Roumieu, author of "Me Write Book: It Bigfoot Memoir". Graham Roumieu for Newsweek Bigfoot didn’t cotton to some of our questions NEWSWEEK: So the monster getting all the publicity these days is King Kong. Do you know him? Bigfoot: Oh that just such ignorant question. […]

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Bigfoot Living in Oklahoma Park?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 30th, 2005

The Ada Evening News reported on a speaking engagement by Bigfoot "expert" Dr. Charles Hallmark. I have seen copies of the fingerprints. I was present when primate fingerprint expert Jimmy Chilcutt discussed  and dismissed the "fingerprints" at the Southern Crypto Conference in 2003 in Conroe, TX. Chilcutt said they were nothing more than human palmprints […]

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Malaysian Cryptotourism Spurred by Bigfoot

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 30th, 2005

It sounds like the Malaysians are banking on tourism dollars from the recent flap of Bigfoot sightings there. Published today in the Star, Malaysia’s most widely-read English-language daily newspaper, is another article about the Bigfoot being seen in the jungles of Johor. If Bigfoot really exists in Johor, the find may turn out to be […]

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Happy New CryptoZooYear 2006!!

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 29th, 2005

Ted Bastien at Bugsport has given me permission to pass along these two cartoons as a "Happy New Year" to the readers of the Cryptozoo News at Cryptomundo.com My very best for a Happy Cryptozoologically Significant New Year of 2006 to All! – Loren Coleman

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Malaysian Bigfoot Caught on Camera ?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 29th, 2005

Well, not yet. But the Johor Wildlife Department stated that they would install cameras in the jungle where the creatures have reported to have been seen after they had compiled the eyewitness accounts of or found any evidence of the creatures. The advisor to the Malaysian Nature Society welcomed the news that state and federal […]

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Bigfoot Field Note #1– Part III

Posted by: Rick Noll on December 28th, 2005

Part III – Bigfoot Casting Kit  Most problems with casting are from one of these, please try and avoid them: 1. Improper mix – too thick or way too thin, 2. Set time – getting impatient and pulling the cast too soon, 3. Cleaning – getting impatient and cleaning before the face hardens or with […]

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Mark A. Hall: Did Sea Cows Fuel Mermaid Mythology?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 28th, 2005

Today we have a guest blogger Mark A. Hall* who contributes his thought in “Did sea cows fuel mermaid mythology?” Virginia Smith of the Daytona Beach, Florida News-Journal has raised this issue and consulted experts who take an affirmative view. Perhaps for Christopher Columbus they did. People back to Lt. Fletcher Bassett in 1885 have […]

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2006: Year of the Imperial Woodpecker?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 26th, 2005

Could 2006 be the Year of the Imperial Woodpecker? Clearly 2005 was the year of the ivory-billed woodpecker (Campephilus principalis). As the #1 cryptozoology story of 2005, the rediscovery of the ivory-billed made a dramatic statement beyond the realm of zoology and cryptozoology that long-thought extinct animals may still exist. Has a recent sighting of […]

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Bigfoot Field Note #1– Part II

Posted by: Rick Noll on December 25th, 2005

Part II – Documenting Bigfoot Tracks Misidentification – The two closest animals that make tracks similar enough to be included in misidentifying Bigfoot like tracks with what are not Bigfoot tracks come from bear and humans. There are a couple of other animals out there that can make sign that could indicate a Bigfoot like […]

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More on the Malaysian Bigfoot

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 25th, 2005

More on the Malaysian Bigfoot situation. Sightings of hairy creatures said to be about three metres tall have trickled in over the years, especially from along the forest spine connecting Endau Rompin, Kota Tinggi and Tanjung Piai. Villagers claimed they were usually seen during the monsoon and fruiting seasons, sometimes raiding orchards but not harming […]

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Bigfoot Field Note #1– Part I

Posted by: Rick Noll on December 24th, 2005

Useful Tools: 1. Cast Kit – 2.5 gallon plastic paint bucket and lid, 25 lbs. Hydrocal B-11, Chain Link wire ties, mixing bucket, rubber gloves, small shovel, mixing stick 2. Knife 3. Torch 4. Basting syringe 5. Spray Wax 6. Compass 7. Camera 8. Reflector 9. Garbage bag 10. Small paper envelopes 11. Notebook and […]

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Bigfoot on the Loose in Malaysia

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 24th, 2005

Reports from Bernama, the Malaysian National News Agency, of sightings of Bigfoot creatures in the forests of Malaysia. The indigenous peoples of Malaysia, the Orang Asli, call these creatures “Hantu Jarang Gigi”. The name Orang Asli is a Malay term which translates as ‘original peoples’ or ‘first peoples.’ Link to a map showing the location […]

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Skookum Blend… Powerful Bigfoot blogging

Posted by: Rick Noll on December 23rd, 2005

I write these postings about all things Bigfoot on a Mac G4 laptop with a Verizon KPC650 Kyocera wireless aircard. My Samsung cell phone has a 2 megapixel camera/video inside it (2x optical zoom) with a 256meg transcard so I can take pictures like these on the fly and include them in my posts. Pop […]

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The Top Cryptozoology Stories of 2005

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 23rd, 2005

The Top Cryptozoology Stories of 2005 by Loren Coleman, Cryptozoologist and Author, Bigfoot!, Cryptozoology A to Z, and other books. Welcome to this year’s Top Stories in Cryptozoology. It was quite a year, and perhaps captured best by the headline used on Mark Baard’s article in the November 1st issue of Wired News, "America Goes […]

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National Geographic Goes Cryptozoology Crazy?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 23rd, 2005

Of the top 10 most viewed news photos for the year on National Geographic News, half have a cryptozoology theme. Number 10 is the photo of the Basilosaurus skeleton, previously mentioned here on Cryptomundo. Number 8 is the illustration of the real-life sea monster dubbed Godzilla, previously mentioned here on Cryptomundo. Number 4 is the […]

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