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Sub Rosa’s Profiler

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 14th, 2006

In today’s release of Sub Rosa Magazine, Issue 4, March 2006, there’s a kind biotreatment of your Cryptomundo blogger, in their “Profiler: In Search of Loren Coleman.” The journal is available as a PDF download from the Sub Rosa website. Enuf said.

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New Bigfoot Books

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 13th, 2006

Four newly republished, updated Bigfoot-oriented books are hitting the bricks & mortar and online stores this spring. If you want an autographed copy of The Field Guide to Bigfoot and Other Mystery Primates and/or a copy of The Unidentified & Creatures of the Outer Edge, send along $25 each postpaid to Loren Coleman, PO Box […]

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Show Me The Permit, Please

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 13th, 2006

In yesterday’s Cryptomundo update on the Malaysian situation, the permit paradox was highlighted at the end of that review. The Malaysian and international media have focussed on "no one" applying for permits to look for the Johor unknown hairy hominoids. This is being stated while at the same time the government is discouraging foreigners from […]

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Ucumar Zupai – Killer of Horses Part III

Posted by: John Kirk on March 13th, 2006

In addition to Patricio Saldano’s close encounter, two top class biathletes witnessed the hairy creature South American creature known as the Ucumar at close proximity on a trail in Cerro Termal and also filed an excellent report. Humberto Sosa and Susana Romano were out on a training run when they suddenly heard branches being loudly […]

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Neither Boaring nor Boring: Johor’s Bigfoot Brouhaha

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 12th, 2006

Consider this, the first recent sightings of the Johor area "Bigfoot" took place in November 2005. Isn’t it rather amazing that the foreign media is still talking about Malaysia’s unknown hairy hominoids? And despite the fact that this has little to do with the traditional Pacific Northwest Bigfoot? But the news organizations are, and it’s […]

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Vance Orchard Meets Roger Patterson, 1966

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 12th, 2006

The late Vance Orchard mentioned, before he recently died, a 1966 incident that drew him into the search for Bigfoot. Here is the news item he wrote as a followup to that incident concerning the visit from Roger Patterson caused by that Walla Walla event. Below is a reproduction of the forty-year-old article Orchard wrote […]

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Clawed: The Legend of Bigfoot

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 11th, 2006

In this week’s This Alaskan Life, in a longer profile article, there is the brief mention of a "new" Bigfoot movie coming to a DVD store near you: One day in 2001, Don Rearden got an email from movie director Karl Kozak, who was looking for someone to write a screenplay about Bigfoot. Rearden replied […]

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The Werewolves of Britain

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 11th, 2006

Nick Redfern sends in a guest Cryptomundo blog for the day. In the newly published issue of FATE magazine (March 2006 issue), there appears an article written by me titled The Werewolves of Britain, which, as you might guess from the title, is an examination of all things lycanthropic in jolly old England. The cases […]

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Ucumar Zupai – Killer of Horses Part II

Posted by: John Kirk on March 11th, 2006

The case of the unknown South American hairy hominid known as the Ucumar has mystified investigators for decades. One such creature terrorized the area of Arroyo Salado, Salta Province, Argentina. The saga of the Ucumar continues. An extraordinary testimony collected by the investigators of this mystery during that spate of sightings in Salta province was […]

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Fortean Times #208: Monster Hunters

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 10th, 2006

Fortean Times, Number 208, published in London, UK, goes on sale, from 10 March 2006. Here’s a notice of what it contains this time around: Cryptozoology 2006 From Orang-Pendek to Ninki-Nanka, the Yowie to the Lake Maggiore mystery, we bring you a 22 page special on the latest findings from the monster hunters. Karl Shuker […]

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Cryptids, Kha-Nyou, and the Lazarus Effect

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 10th, 2006

We’ve met this critter before. The Laotian Rock Rat (Laonastes aenigmamus) was #10 on the Top Cryptozoology Stories of 2005. The discovery of Laonastes aenigmamus, which literally means "a stone-dwelling puzzle-mouse," occurred when an alert member of the New York-based Wildlife Conservation Society spotted the rodent on sale for cooking meat at a Laotian food […]

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Vance Orchard (1917-2006): In His Own Words

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 10th, 2006

Vance Orchard died March 7, 2006, in Walla Walla, Washington, after a cancer discovered just a week ago ended his Bigfoot hunting and reporting at the age of 88. Before Orchard died, he talked to me from October through December of last year, about how he wanted his "Bigfoot history," as he called it, remembered. […]

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Vance Orchard, Author of Bigfoot of the Blues Dies

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 9th, 2006

The following is the obituary from the Walla Walla, Washington, newspaper. Vance Orchard, storyteller and historian, dies. Friends and family recall his passions for journalism, community and history. By SHEILA HAGAR, TERRY McCONN and ANNIE CHARNLEY EVELAND of the Union-Bulletin An ardent historian known for his reporting, roving and rambling died Tuesday at his Walla […]

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Ucumar Zupai – Killer of Horses Part I

Posted by: John Kirk on March 9th, 2006

Whenever a report of an unknown bipedal hairy hominid surfaces, the cynics will invariably trot out that old saw: “It must have been a bear.” There are a lot of people around the province of Salta, Argentina who are annoyed that they are not being taken seriously when they say they are having real problems […]

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Champ On TV

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 9th, 2006

Raymond A. Edel’s "TV best bets" for Thursday, March 9, 2006, is mentioning "America’s Loch Ness Monster" for viewing tonight, at 7:00 PM Eastern, on the Discovery Channel (in the USA). Scotland has its legendary creature of Loch Ness, but Lake Champlain — between northern New York and Vermont — has its own alleged monster […]

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