Sasquatch Coffee

Archive for “November, 2006”

Yeti Skoda Yeti

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 25th, 2006

These are apparently snapshots from the 2006 edition’s grand first showing in China. This Yeti design study was unveiled at the International Automobile Salon Skoda in Beijing this week. I’m still waiting for my testimonial commercial endorsement opportunity and the courtesy vehicle to drive around Maine, but, in the meantime, the idea merely goes on […]

Read: Yeti Skoda Yeti »

The Short History of Blobsquatch

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 25th, 2006

As you click this image for a larger version, ask yourself, is this a blobsquatch or not? “Blobsquatch” is specifically the object in a photograph of a supposed Bigfoot or Sasquatch that has a lack of definition and detail, an illusion created by a play of light within an often unfamiliar natural environment. It is […]

Read: The Short History of Blobsquatch »

Three-Toes Revisited

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 24th, 2006

St. Petersburg Times: Tony Signorini said that in 1946 or 1947 his boss saw a picture of dinosaur tracks in a National Geographic and said, "You know, we could have fun with this." Ted McLaren, St. Petersburg Times: Signorini’s tracks, using these 30-pound molds, created a sensation. A zoologist speculated they were left by a […]

Read: Three-Toes Revisited »

Creepy Creatures Alert

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 24th, 2006

TRAVEL CHANNEL Friday, Nov. 24, 2006 9:00 PM Eastern USA 1:00 hr. (TV show) Weird Travel: “Creepy Creatures” Cryptozoologists search the world for legendary creatures, including Sasquatch, the Loch Ness Monster and Mothman. Are programs like this worthwhile? Educational? What would you have done differently?       

Read: Creepy Creatures Alert »

Interesting Bigfoot Tale From New Hampshire

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 24th, 2006

I ran across this interesting story that was published by The Conway Daily Sun of North Conway, New Hampshire. Hiking: Myth versus reality of Sasquatch in the Ossipee Range Ed Parsons — My friend Peter Samuelson, 65, of Fryeburg, has been prospecting in these mountains for more than 40 years. Back in the late 1960s, […]

Read: Interesting Bigfoot Tale From New Hampshire »

The Beautiful Anthropologist and Vietnam’s Lost World

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 24th, 2006

As opposed to viewing what recently happened during a formal anthropological criticism of cryptozoology as some cause for upset, let’s reframe what occurred as an opportunity for our field to broaden our worldview. When the apparently charming Pamela D. McElwee, Ph. D., Assistant Professor, The School of Global Studies, Arizona State University (shown above), shared […]

Read: The Beautiful Anthropologist and Vietnam’s Lost World »

Mystery Photo at Boing Boing

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 23rd, 2006

Old cryptobuddy David Pescovitz continues to post cryptozoological and faux cryptozoologie news items at Boing Boing, such as this new one, "Takeshi Yamada’s curious taxidermy creations". Now, fellow Boing Boing blogger Mark Frauenfelder is jumping into the cryptid pool, with both feet this week. See his posting on "Old engravings of animals are charmingly strange" […]

Read: Mystery Photo at Boing Boing »

Happy Bigfoot Thanksgiving

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 23rd, 2006

Happy Thanksgiving to All! Let us surround ourselves with our friends, families, foes, and forest-foraging and fjord-frolicking cryptids. In the USA, Thanksgiving is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November, in Canada on the second Monday in October, and in the UK, as another name for the Harvest Festival, held in churches across the country […]

Read: Happy Bigfoot Thanksgiving »

Who Were The Dogheads?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 22nd, 2006

Click on the above image of a doghead to make it grow larger. Dogheads were more than mythological creatures, according to some ancient sources. One of them even became a Saint, as per: St. Christopher the Doghead Who were the dogheads? What is cynocephaly all about? Wikipedia (not a source that should be the only […]

Read: Who Were The Dogheads? »

Primarily Primates Chimps Relocated

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 22nd, 2006

I have covered the plight of Primarily Primates here on Cryptomundo in the past. Seven of the nine chimps that were sent to Primarily Primates in San Antonio earlier this year from Ohio State University have been relocated. The other two died shortly after their arrival at Primarily primates. They have been sent to Chimp […]

Read: Primarily Primates Chimps Relocated »

Grice Roast Anyone?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 22nd, 2006

The Shetland pig, or grice, was a specific and special feral boar that was driven into extinction 100 years ago. It was called a “scourge of lambs, landowners and local produce.” There are no known photographs of it, although some drawings (such as the one above) exist. Highlighted in BBC News and other media, it’s […]

Read: Grice Roast Anyone? »

Update: AOL Poll for Bigfoot and Jeff Meldrum

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 21st, 2006

Two weeks ago when I posted the AOL Poll, the numbers were changing rapidly. Well, at least the total number of votes was changing. The percentage of people voting one way or the other remained constant. When I initially posted it, the percentage for Bigfoot existing was 59% yes to 41% no. It has since […]

Read: Update: AOL Poll for Bigfoot and Jeff Meldrum »

Personal Note: Deaths in the Family

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 21st, 2006

I am going to take a couple days off, here and there, this week, and post when I can on Cryptomundo. I am dealing with the death of my sons’ maternal grandfather (my ex-wife’s father), whom I have known personally, non-stop (despite the divorce), for almost 30 years now. John Coit Cone, 88, who was […]

Read: Personal Note: Deaths in the Family »

Another Dead Bigfoot Photo?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 21st, 2006

Cryptomundo reader captiannemo sent in this photo. Anyone know anything about this one?

Read: Another Dead Bigfoot Photo? »

Is It Real? Russian Bigfoot

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 20th, 2006

Loren detailed this episode of National Geographic’s Is It Real? in March and August of this year. Loren’s posts are: Almas 2006 Expedition and Nat Geo’s New Hominology Documentary Science books say Neanderthals went extinct around 30,000 years ago. But what if they still exist today? Rumors swirl that a stone-age man called “wildman” or […]

Read: Is It Real? Russian Bigfoot »

Cryptomundo Merch On Sale Now!


Connect with Cryptomundo

Cryptomundo FaceBook Cryptomundo Twitter Cryptomundo Instagram Cryptomundo Pinterest


DFW Nites

Monstro Bizarro Everything Bigfoot The Artwork of Sybilla Irwin


|Top | FarBar|

Attention: This is the end of the usable page!
The images below are preloaded standbys only.
This is helpful to those with slower Internet connections.