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Animal X Goes Euro

Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 26th, 2006

Remember Animal X (not to be confused with the BBC’s X-Creatures and their badly made up red Patterson-Gimlin footage “lookalike”)? The series included a visit with your Cryptomundo host at my museum to tape parts of the “Winged Creatures” and other cryptid segments. WorldScreen is announcing on June 26, 2006, that TV2 Norway, Plante in […]

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Lyle Stuart, Frank Edwards’ Publisher, Dies on June 24th

Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 26th, 2006

June 24th has seen the passing of publisher Lyle Stuart, above. When I wrote on June 22nd of the "Wonders of St. John’s Day," I observed that some prominent writers and researchers had died on June 24th. The date that is generally remembered today as the "birthday of flying saucers" (June 24, 1947) has historically […]

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Chinese Water Dragons and the Aquatic Cryptids of Canada

Posted by: John Kirk on June 26th, 2006

An international paper with a paper edition has published a pretty informative article about Chinese Water Dragons and their correlation to the various aquatic cryptids of Canada and I must say I really enjoyed this one. There’s plenty to read about Ogopogo and the other lake monsters of Canada in the online edition of Epoch […]

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Origins and Insights: The Exhibition

Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 25th, 2006

The Maine Sunday Telegram published an "Audience Section" critique of the new Bates exhibition. It follows: Sunday, June 25, 2006 Artists hope viewers let imaginations run wild By BOB KEYES, Portland Press Herald Writer LEWISTON — The female rears back, teeth clenched, arms ready to attack. She’s frightening, fierce and ferocious. But there’s something anatomically […]

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Arkansas’ Most Wanted

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 25th, 2006

Ok, it wasn’t as if Arkansas conservation agencies put out "Wanted: Dead or Alive" posters for the ivory-billed woodpecker. But what they did might be bad enough. Starting Monday, The Nature Conservancy in Arkansas plans to offer a $10,000 reward for information that leads to an ivory-billed woodpecker nest, roosting cavity or feeding site in […]

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Mt. Hood Photos: New Ones

Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 24th, 2006

Some new photographs have come in from the Mt. Hood, Oregon game-cam team of Kendall and Martin. The camera has been moved up to a height of 42 inches, even though the manual recommends 36 inches, due, in large part to comments here. First, however, an on-site regular photo of a newly discovered deposit of […]

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Bob Gray’s Bigfoot

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 24th, 2006

With all of the talk here on Cryptomundo about Bob Gray and his film Bigfoot, news from the Cleveland Plain Dealer today is that the movie is available for download. That’s right, for only $7.99, you can download the entire movie from VideoForiPods.com. Better hurry, as it is on sale, and the price normally is […]

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“Cryptozoology: Out of Time Place Scale” Opens

Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 24th, 2006

After four years of discussions and planning, Bates College Museum of Art opens its doors for the exhibition entitled “Cryptozoology: Out of Time Place Scale.” Early reviews are extremely positive, and one of the first write-ups is in Absolute Arts. Three themes are traced through art projects and essays in the exhibition and book: Artists, […]

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Your Pick for Best and Worst Bigfoot Movie

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 23rd, 2006

With all of the talk here on Cryptomundo about Bigfoot movies, the good, bad and the ugly, I thought that I would give the readers of Cryptomundo the opportunity to weigh in with their picks. I still pick The Legend of Boggy Creek as my favorite. Not for the great cinematic effort that it wasn’t, […]

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Stomp! Shout! Scream! The Skunk Ape DVD is Out!

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 23rd, 2006

As Cryptomundo reader jedword posted on my original post regarding this movie here on Cryptomundo, Stomp! Shout! Scream! is available on DVD now from the movie website, as well as on Amazon.com. It can’t be any worse than David Shealy’s "documentary" The Ochopee Skunk Ape.

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Killers’ Sasquatch Sketches

Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 23rd, 2006

Two of the more bizarre pieces of art on exhibition at Bates College Museum of Art’s “Cryptozoology: Out of Time Place Scale” may be the drawings linked to killers who reportedly have seen Bigfoot. From San Quentin prison, I received one set of sketches and notes from the Yosemite Killer. From researcher Robert Schneck, I […]

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Canadian Geographic Magazine Looks at Cryptozoology in Canada – Sort Of

Posted by: John Kirk on June 23rd, 2006

Canadian Geographic is one of the most prestigious societies in Canada and is our country’s equivalent to National Geographic in the USA. It is very pleasing for Canadian cryptozoology investigators and researchers to see that an article on cryptozoology in Canada is included in the July/August edition of this eminent publication. However, I wish the […]

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The Bigfoot of Deadbeats

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 22nd, 2006

The Cleveland Scene reports on Bob Gray, director of and an actor in Bigfoot. This is quite possibly the worst Bigfoot movie that I have ever seen, and I’ve seen a lot of bad ones.  It looks like he has bigger fish to fry than a bad review of his movie however… The Bigfoot of […]

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The Wonders of St. John’s Day

Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 22nd, 2006

St. John’s Day June 24 Knights Templars display “Mysterious Head” at Poitiers (1308). Founding of the Order of the Garter (1348). John Cabot discovers North America (1497). Galileo released (1633). “Woman of the Wilderness” utopian community arrives in America (1694). “W of W” angelic visions (1701). Grand Lodge of Freemasons inaugurated (1717). Ambrose Bierce born […]

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Three New Lemurs

Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 21st, 2006

Three New Lemurs Named in Madagascar Conservation International June 21, 2006 To recognize an internationally renowned primatologist and champion of Madagascar’s unique biodiversity, scientists who discovered three new species of mouse lemur on the island nation have named one in honor of Russell A. Mittermeier, the president of Conservation International. Mittermeier, the longtime chair of […]

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