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McDonald’s Bigfoot Captured!

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 23rd, 2006

Well, a screen capture anyway… The Burger King and Subservient Chicken got nothing on these guys I tell ya…

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Who Was On That Malaysian Expedition?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 22nd, 2006

An explosion of media attention today…at least three articles hitting the internet…news of an expedition…backing by a television show…a photograph of a footprint…and more. Fasten your seat belts. Sometimes it is only location and funding that separate cryptozoologists from the action. As I’ve been suggesting for weeks, Malaysian scientists are the obvious choices for going […]

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In Search of the British Bigfoot

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 22nd, 2006

Nick Redfern sends in a guest Cryptomundo blog for the day. As readers of Cryptomundo will be aware, a number of stories have surfaced in the British mainstream media in the last week or so, that focus on sightings of Bigfoot-like entities in the vicinity of an area of British forest called the Cannock Chase. […]

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The Call of the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker Celebration

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 21st, 2006

The ivory-billed woodpecker is still as elusive as Bigfoot, but interest in Arkansas’ most-sought resident continues to grow. The Call of the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker Celebration is planned Feb. 23-25 in Brinkley in eastern Arkansas. It focuses on the rare bird, thought to have been extinct, that was sighted in the area in 2004. Reports of […]

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China’s Flustered Yeren Takes A Vacation at Last

Posted by: John Kirk on February 21st, 2006

Imagine you live in one of the most beautiful nature reserves in all of your country. It is an idyllic oasis in the midst of a country marching towards mass-market industrialization that is leaving the rest of the world behind. Imagine that because you live there, the local authorities decide to make you a tourist […]

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Affordable Hobbit Skull Now Available

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 21st, 2006

Cryptomundo Exclusive   You can now own part of cryptozoological and anthropological history! In a breaking news announcement from their headquarters, I have learned that Bone Clones, Inc. has finally finished their detailed copy of the skull of the Flores’ Hobbit, Homo floresiensis. "What timing. It’s done!!! Just finished today. Very pleased with it," reported […]

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Are There Three Kinds of Malaysian Bigfoot?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 20th, 2006

The story of the "Bigfoot" in the Endau-Rompin National Park, Malaysia, is becoming more complex. It seems like the time is ripe to sort out the media’s reports that the locals are seeing three types of hairy hominoids. According to the Bernama news service, on February 20, 2006, accounts surfaced that the locals, the Orang […]

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“Flying Dinosaurs”

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 20th, 2006

Two new publications have appeared on the little-discussed subject of what is popularly referred to as "flying dinosaurs." These two works, however, are at separate ends of the cryptozoology continuum. One is a non-fiction review of the sightings over North America of pterodactyl-like creatures, and the other is a comic graphic novel. Intriguingly, their promotional […]

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Take a Walk on the Mild Side: The Chupacabras

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 19th, 2006

Well, to start off with, and Loren will be steamed about this, this exhibit is titled "The Chupacabra Chronicles", not Chupacabras, but Chupacabra. This isn’t your father’s Chupacabras. Apparently he’s not out marauding local livestock, sucking the blood out of every goat in sight. Nay, this is a kinder, gentler Chupacabras. Artist and college professor […]

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Prominent Pennsylvania Puma Seeker Dies

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 19th, 2006

Cryptomundo Exclusive Obituary On Saturday, February 18, 2006, at 6:05 AM, in Pennsylvania, one of the country’s best-kept-secrets, a modest but renowned behind-the-scenes eastern cougar hunter passed away. Roger Cowburn, 77, of Potter County, Pennsylvania, died. Roger Cowburn of Galeton, Pennslyvania, is a member of the Eastern Puma Research Network, a group actively searching for […]

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So, Just What Color is the Yeti?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 18th, 2006

In a previous post here on Cryptomundo about the Disney attraction Expedition Everest’s Yeti, a commenter stated that they thought that the Yeti was white. The Yeti in that attraction is obviously not sporting white hair… Yet, all of the souvenirs and promotional items and appearances show the Yeti sporting white hair. There is the […]

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Are Malaysian Bigfoot Colonies Really Orangutans?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 18th, 2006

National pride, long term observations, reports of a colony, and a supposedly novel theory are the breaking news out of Malaysia today. But wait a minute, is the Johor Wildlife Protection Society merely talking about orangutans? News out of Malaysia on February 18, 2006, indicates that the Johor Wildlife Protection Society says they have: scientific […]

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Malaysian Bigfoot: Footprint Photos & Drawing

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 17th, 2006

The media items from Malaysia of the ongoing Bigfoot investigations, of course, are sounding less and less like the traditional Pacific Northwest Bigfoot. No surprise there. More elaborate photographs of the track finds have been published, and illustrations of the folk art representing the creatures have been printed, as well. The Asian Paranormal Investigation findings […]

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Biscardi Alert: Oklahoma is Less Than OK

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 17th, 2006

Word has leaked out that Tom Biscardi has made his way to Oklahoma. He has been asking around town about the Humphreys brothers. Thay have made it clear that they are not interested in having anything to do with him. As Loren reported here on Cryptomundo, Biscardi was just in the state of Illinois following […]

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The Ray Wallace Debate – Part III

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 16th, 2006

Okay, today, less words and more photographs, per your requests. Some facts: Ray Wallace produced fake imprints of Bigfoot tracks that generally followed a routine pattern. These items were revealed by various relatives after Wallace died in 2002. The following are two sets of the ones most often photographed. Both photographs © 2002 Dave Rubert. […]

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