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Ogopogo Skeleton Found?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 23rd, 2005

Number 10 on National Geographic News’ list of the most viewed photos for the year was the first known nearly complete skeleton of a Basilosaurus, found by geologist Philip D. Gingerich in April of this year in Eqypt. Some cryptozoologists believe the Basilosaurus to be the leading candidate for the lake monster reported in Lake […]

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Fossilized Bigfoot Footprint?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 22nd, 2005

457 fossilized human footprints were found in western NSW, Australia. The prints are 23,000 years old, the oldest fossilized footprints ever found in Australia. Could they have been left by a Yowie? The 457 footprints, ranging from toddler-sized to a size 12 "bigfoot" print, were uncovered by earth scientists in a clay pan underneath sand […]

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Just say So-no-no-ma

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 22nd, 2005

Now that Boing Boing has pushed the so-called Sonoma Bigfoot videotape to the fore of public awareness, I suppose a comment here is overdue. Many of us have known and discussed these recent "Sonoma Bigfoot" images on the internet for awhile. There is more dismay than joy with what we see happening here. Several people […]

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Out of Place Animals

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 21st, 2005

Marauding monkeys, llamas on the lam…   Brandon Reynolds, a reporter for the Style Weekly out of Richmond, VA, went in search of animals reported in places that they didn’t belong in Virginia. One of the stories he relates might even be Bigfoot related.   So when word got around the newsroom that monkeys had been […]

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The Top Cryptofiction Books of 2005

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 21st, 2005

The Top Cryptofiction Books of 2005 by Loren Coleman, Cryptozoologist Coauthor of The Field Guide to Lake Monsters, Sea Serpents, and Other Mystery Denizens of the Deep and Creatures of the Outer Edge. What are the best and most interesting new works of fiction that have become near and dear to the hearts of those […]

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Stalin Planned Army of Human/Ape Hybrids

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 21st, 2005

The Moscow News reports that recently unearthed documents lay out a plan by Communist dictator Josef Stalin to create a super-army of human/ape hybrids. Moscow archives show that in the mid-1920s Russia’s top animal breeding scientist, Ilya Ivanov, was ordered to turn his skills from horse and animal work to the quest for a super-warrior. […]

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Chupacabras or “Ordinary” UFO Animal Mutilations

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 21st, 2005

From our good friend Scott Corrales comes the following bit of news. Republished here on Cryptomundo with Scott’s permission. INEXPLICATA The Journal of Hispanic Ufology December 19, 2005 DATE: Sunday, December 18, 2005 SOURCE: El Once Digital Has the mysterious Chupacabras returned to Entre Rios? The strange deaths of deer in a hunting preserve in […]

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Braxton Picture Addendum:

Posted by: Rick Noll on December 20th, 2005

One time I had a camera trap set up and it always went through a lot of film. Something was tripping it but not getting captured in the camera. Was it invisible? Was it too intelligent? Was it shy towards cameras? Was it too small? Too fast? Was it just the wind or falling leaves, […]

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Braxton Beast revisted

Posted by: Rick Noll on December 19th, 2005

I was hoping to receive a better image of this picture, but after waiting this long I decided to see what I could do with the picture (see NOTES below). The colors match the wood pile, not the leaves on the ground. This and the fact that there is a wood pile in the picture […]

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Top Cryptozoology Books 2005

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 19th, 2005

The Top Cryptozoology Books of 2005 by Loren Coleman, Cryptozoologist and Author of Bigfoot! and Tom Slick: True Life Encounters in Cryptozoology It is time for my annual overviews of all things cryptozoological. Here’s my top picks for the best cryptozoology books of 2005, in order of the books’ rankings of importance, plus the books’ […]

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Bigfoot Musings

Posted by: Rick Noll on December 18th, 2005

(Pink Floyd – Small Furry Animals Gathered in a Cave Grooving with a Pick) Quite a few people have asked to go out with me when I Bigfoot Hunt. Sometimes I will accept and take them out if I get the right feeling from them. You don’t want someone freaking out on you out there. […]

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Giganto: The Real King Kong… Part III

Posted by: Rick Noll on December 18th, 2005

(William S. Burroughs – Is Everybody In) 1. Get to the other side of the river. A 100 year storm had washed out bridge access to the southern section of our study area. It had been closed down now for about 3 years. This storm trapped me in the area with landslides and changed the […]

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Death Worm News

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 18th, 2005

The Centre for Fortean Zoology’s May 2005 expedition to Mongolia is summarized in an article today. The CFZ’s cryptozoologists reportedly discovered two animals previously unknown to science – a dragon-like lizard and a two-meter-long horned snake, although information on where the formal publication of these finding occurred is lacking. Information on the old holiday package-expedition, […]

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Tales of the Mothman

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 18th, 2005

Check out this cool comic book about Mothman. I just got my copy in the mail and enjoyed reading it. The artwork is really interesting. I give it two opposable thumbs up! What happens when you put the creator, Chad Lambert, of the sold-out and first ever historically accurate comic book on the Mothman "Point […]

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Giganto: The Real King Kong… Part II

Posted by: Rick Noll on December 17th, 2005

(Electrelane – Bells)  For the show, some plans were changed on both ends… Doug wanted to include horses as a means of transportation to some of the more remote or inaccessible areas. Our group wanted to keep a few things we were going to try out in reserve, you know – not have it go […]

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