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Cryptozoology on the Travel Channel

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 24th, 2006

As mentioned earlier here, the program Weird Travels on the Travel Channel has produced a series of episodes that focus on cryptozoology. One that just premiered a couple of weeks ago is being rebroadcast on January 30th. It is "Bigfoot" with Craig Woolheater, his crew, and a few words from yours truly, from 6:00 to […]

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X Zone Radio: Robert W. Morgan

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 24th, 2006

Tuesday night, January 24, 2006, veteran Bigfooter Robert W. Morgan, founder of the American Anthropological Research Foundation, will be interviewed by Rob McConnell from 11 PM to 12 AM EST on the X Zone Radio show. The show can be listed to live streaming from the website. Robert was featured on a rebroadcast of a […]

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Bigfoot Believers

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 23rd, 2006

In the previous entry here on Cryptomundo titled, "Answering the Bigfoot Skeptics", Ben Radford throws out the old "belief" card. Calling those of us who are Bigfoot researchers "Believers", or worse yet, using that term for those of us who have had a visual encounter with one of these cryptids is demeaning in my opinion. […]

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Locals Look for Malaysia “Bigfoot”

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 23rd, 2006

The Malaya Mail is reporting the logical next step in the unfolding “Bigfoot” story in Malaysia. Local scientists want to beat all the promised international media and expeditions to the punch. What will the locals discover their unknown hairy hominoids actually look like? And how do these cryptids compare to other hairy hominoids seen in […]

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Sasquatch Dumpling Gang

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 23rd, 2006

Sasquatch Dumpling Gang (2006) appears to be on its way to becoming a runaway hit. The well-respected motion picture review site, Film Threat, has declared the film a five-star (out of five) success. The plot is intellectually and enjoyably complex, but basically is about a group of teenage friends who discover what appear to be […]

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Stalking the Big Thicket Bigfoot

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 22nd, 2006

On the front page of today’s San Antonio Express-News is an article concerning a recent research operation by my research group, the Texas Bigfoot Research Center, into the Big Thicket of Southeast Texas. Overall, I thought it was a good article describing our research operations. Scattered throughout this section of the woods, sitting silently and […]

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Reconsidering Mermaids

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 22nd, 2006

Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words. Often it’s merely a good line drawing. Cryptozoologist Mark A. Hall passes along a delightful “editorial cartoon” for our consideration in rethinking some issues and comments involved in Merbeing theorizing and debunking. Enjoy! Please click on the image for the full-size cartoon. Thanks to Mia B. Smith, […]

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East Texas Mystery Animal Identified

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 22nd, 2006

KLTV Tyler Longview reports that the strange animal shot in Angelina County last week was a coyote or feral dpg with sarcoptic mange. Link to the original story reported here earlier in the week. I predicted then that it was a mangy coyote. I imagine that we will see lots of these stories claiming the […]

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West Coast Sasquatch Announce First Recorded British Columbia Sasquatch Vocalizations

Posted by: John Kirk on January 21st, 2006

British Columbia Sasquatch researchers are getting some serious recognition from the media following the announcement by Gerry Matthews and Ken Kristian of West Coast Sasquatch Research that they have what may be the first Sasquatch vocalization ever recorded in this province. In today’s Globe and Mail newspaper there is an article about their findings that […]

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Emela-Ntouka: Africa’s Killer of Elephants

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 21st, 2006

Cryptomundo Exclusive The Emela-ntouka has been an unknown animal of some confusion in Africa. A few chroniclers have felt it was merely another named cryptid representing the sightings of the Mokele-mbembe. But as revealed by an image seen here for the first time, it appears to be a beast unlike the saurapod-like Mokele-mbembe. Click on […]

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A Reader Request: Black, Furry, Scurrying Creatures

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 21st, 2006

I live in Northern Wisconsin, and usually we don’t have weird stuff happening around by us. Well, okay, so I’ve heard and seen a few weird things, such as hearing about a black panther strolling around the fields near my home, and having a friend see a long, black furred, hairy arm reaching out from […]

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Malaysia Bigfoot Update – The BFRO Weighs In

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 21st, 2006

Art by LAT, New Straits Times Tuesday, December 27, 2005 In an article entitled Johor Tourism in Malaysia waits for windfall from international interest in ‘bigfoot’, the BFRO is quoted as offering the following advice to the Johor National Parks Corporation (JNPC): "Even a fairy large expedition, if held over a short duration, is not […]

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Bigfoot in Twisp…Chick-Boom(Part I)

Posted by: Rick Noll on January 20th, 2006

January 30, 1976 – Puyallup, WA. (Depeche Mode – I Feel You [Swamp Mix]) Word passed once again to Dave and I about some 16” x 7” Bigfoot tracks and an actual sighting of the animal that made them in the town of Twisp, a small western styled spot on the map in north central […]

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Movies, Music, and Teaching About Hidden Animals

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 20th, 2006

I guess I could discuss the ill whale swimming up the Thames today, and how the crowds are flocking to see it. It does remind me of what might have happened along the New England coast in 1817-1819, during the era of all those Sea Serpent sightings. Or I could talk about the fact that […]

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In the Domain of the Lake Monsters (and the Other Denizens of Cryptomundo)

Posted by: John Kirk on January 19th, 2006

Make no bones about it, Cryptomundo is a new destination for anyone who has even the remotest desire to explore the incredible realm of unknown animals. I feel privileged to team up with explorers like Craig Woolheater, Loren Coleman and Rick Noll in bringing blogreaders the insights and news about some of the greatest cryptids […]

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