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NBC Sinks Surface

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 15th, 2006

News today from NBC is that Surface has been cancelled. Thanks to Cryptomundo reader swol for the heads up. For all previous posts here on Cryptomundo regarding NBC’s Surface.  

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Johor Mawas Photo Analysis

Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 15th, 2006

With reference to yesterday’s blog, “Rival Group Claims ‘Johor Bigfoot’ Are Escaped Orangutans,”, here today for critique are the photographs and sketches that the API, SPI, Vincent Chow, and others feel are supportive of their theories. An even dozen different images are given for your insights. First, you can see for the API analysis of […]

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Florida Gators Kill Two More

Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 14th, 2006

The Associated Press is reporting on May 14, 2006, that the "bodies of two women, both apparently killed by alligators, were found Sunday less than a week after a similar death in a state that had seen just 17 confirmed fatal attacks by the animals in the previous 57 years." The cases specifically are: (1) […]

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Rival Group Claims “Johor Bigfoot” Are Escaped Orangutans

Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 14th, 2006

On February 18, 2006, I wrote a Cryptomundo blog entitled, “Are Malaysian Bigfoot Colonies Really Orangutans?”. Today, May 14, 2006, somewhat symbolically perhaps, a rival group to Dr. Vincent Chow’s research team is announcing they feel they have the ultimate theory that the Malaysian Bigfoot are nothing more than known orangutans. Please click and see […]

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Monsters & Mom’s Day

Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 14th, 2006

Here’s a quick roundup of stories surfacing today, Sunday, May 14, 2006, on America’s Mother’s Day. Perhaps someone will get an idea for a quick fieldtrip to Mormon country, Malaysia, or Massachusetts, out of this gathering? But stay away from Memphis! Part three of D. Robert Carter’s series on the Bear Lake Monsters and kin […]

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Why Cryptozoology Is Interested In Alligator Sightings

Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 14th, 2006

Okay, I started hearing about this a couple days ago, and it now seems to be taking on cryptic or even cryptid status. Folks in Tennessee are having “Alligator Sightings Outside Memphis,” according to the Chicago Tribune: Alligators aren’t suppose to be this far north. Nevertheless, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has gotten reports of […]

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Ogopogo Movie Set to Begin Shooting this Summer

Posted by: John Kirk on May 13th, 2006

After the Penn and Teller Showtime fiasco, the last thing we need is another cryptozoology mockumentary. I hope that Provost Pictures – who are set to start principal photography at Okanagan Lake the setting of a film called The Beast of Bottomless Lake – are able to avoid the abusive pitfalls entered into by the […]

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Another Malaysian Mawas Book With Photos?!!

Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 13th, 2006

Oh no, more hype on the Johor Mawas? My goodness, those Malaysian media folks are drumming up more interest in their local "Bigfoot" again. How dare they? Are they just trying to stir up folks at Cryptomundo? And now they are talking about two books? And is this a new cryptid name, Orang Lenggor? What’s […]

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Everything’s Bigger in Texas Including Bigfoot

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 13th, 2006

At least that’s what National Geographic News would have you believe…  Posted Friday, on National Geographic News, is an interview I did with them regarding our research here in Texas, as well as the Bigfoot in Texas? exhibit and lecture series. How about this great cartoon that was included with the article? Everything’s bigger in […]

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Director of Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas Dies

Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 12th, 2006

Just yesterday, I wrote about the new Abominable Snowman movie being developed, based on the old Hammer film, Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas. Moments ago, I learned the director of that movie, Val Guest has died. He was 94. Click image for a larger version Variety is reporting late on May 12, 2006: "Cult film […]

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Thunderbird Film Discovered

Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 12th, 2006

Wisconsin writer and investigator Todd Roll has discovered an early forgotten, overlooked film that coincidentally appeared as a precursor to the famous Thunderbird flap in the 1970s. The movie was released in 1974, and entitled The Legend of Hillbilly John. Three years later, with the attempted airborne abduction of Marlon Lowe by two giant birds […]

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Oliver, the Once Bipedal Chimp

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 12th, 2006

In the week and a half or so before we left for San Antonio for the second round of lectures at the Bigfoot in Texas? exhibit at the Institute of Texan Cultures, I tried to line up a private tour of the Primarily Primates sanctuary for the speakers that weekend. The speakers were Jeff Meldrum, […]

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More on the New Primate Species

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 12th, 2006

When this new species of African monkey was initially reported, it was in the May 20, 2005 issue of Science Magazine. Initially, it was thought to be a new species of mangabey and was given the name "highland mangabey". As Loren posted earlier here on Cryptomundo, it has now been classified as a new genus, […]

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New Primate Species is New Genus

Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 11th, 2006

Reuters is reporting today that a newly discovered primate is actually a new genus, not a new species, in dispatches such as this one: "New monkey species is more unique than thought". The report says, in part: The new monkey, at first called the highland mangabey but now known as kipunji, is more closely related […]

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Menehune Today

Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 11th, 2006

I had an excellent time on The Coast to Coast AM radio program (gulp, from 2 am to 5 am my time!) last night. George Noory and I shared high energy, great fun, and we moved through several topics you’ve been reading about here at Cryptomundo (e.g. Malaysian Mawas, Mt. Hood Bigfoot, Argentina Lake Monster, […]

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