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2006’s Passings of Cryptozoologists and Others

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 18th, 2006

Who Did We Lose This Year? by Loren Coleman, author of the biography, Tom Slick: True Life Encounters in Cryptozoology. The following is a roundup of 25 notable people linked to cryptozoology, cryptids, Bigfoot studies, aligned fields, and cryptocinema who died in 2006. Death is a milestone. This gathering is given out-of-respect and in celebration […]

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Update on Oliver and Primarily Primates

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 17th, 2006

On the Primarily Primates website, it was announced that on last Wednesday, December 13th, Oliver was moved from his cramped living quarters to a much larger enclosure. For the last ten years, he has been housed in a 5′ X 12′ X 8′ circus transport cage. His new enclosure is 20′ X 40′. You can […]

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The Top Cryptofiction Books of 2006

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 17th, 2006

The Top Cryptofiction Books of 2006 by Loren Coleman, Author of Mysterious America. In 1998, Craig Heinselman of New Hampshire and editor of Crypto coined the word "cryptofiction." The term refers to any literary work that has cryptozoology or a cryptid or groups of cryptids as the major theme or central focus. What are the […]

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Speaking of Peter Byrne

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 16th, 2006

Veteren Bigfooter Larry Lund tipped me off to the following story from the January 2007 issue of Reader’s Digest. Although there is nothing cryptozoological about this story, it is about another veteran Bigfooter, Peter Byrne. Eye of the Tiger A hunter’s change of heart. By Derek Burnett From Reader’s Digest January 2007 Few Things Are […]

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Johor Wars: How About All The Tracks?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 16th, 2006

The Malaysian Natural Resources and Environment Ministry Parliamentary Secretary Datuk Sazmi Miahis is fighting with Johor’s Tourism and Environment Committee Chairman Freddie Long over the “reality” of the “Johor Bigfoot.” The debate has turned ugly in the papers in Malaysia on December 16th. Forgotten in the debate, apparently, are all the footprints, confusing as the […]

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Top Ten Cryptozoo Mystery Pix 2006

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 16th, 2006

CryptoZoo News’ Top Ten Mystery Photographs of 2006 1. What mystery fish or whatever is shown on this antique postcard produced between 1904-18? 2. What did researchers Klindt’s & Dianna’s remote cam catch on April 30, 2006, near Mt. Hood, Oregon, USA? 3. What was the "Maine Mutant" photographed by Michelle O’Donnell in Turner, Maine, […]

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The Real Lost World Revisited

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 15th, 2006

This image of the movie poster may be clicked to enlarge it. The Real Lost World is set to re-broadcast on December 17th, after having recently premiered. Frankly, I thought the triple-layered treatment (old real expedition re-creations, clips from the movie based on Doyle’s book, and the new expedition) was visibly intriguing and worked well […]

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Clouded Leopards: Two Species

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 15th, 2006

A Clouded Leopard, but which species? (Image: Wikipedia). Hiding in plain sight? It has been discovered, through genetic analysis and other factors, that there is a strong case for the clouded leopard to be divided into two separate species. Presently the clouded leopard is regarded as a monotypic genus with four subspecies. According to the […]

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David Daegling’s Flawed Science

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 15th, 2006

With the recent mentions of David Daegling around these here parts, I thought I would share some thoughts and communiques that I have had with him in the past. For more on David Daegling and Bigfoot, check out these posts here on Cryptomundo. After reading Daegling’s article entitled "Bigfoot’s Screen Test" from Skeptical Inquirer magazine, […]

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The Top Cryptozoology Books of 2006

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 15th, 2006

The Top Cryptozoology Books of 2006 by Loren Coleman, Cryptozoologist Author, Cryptozoology A to Z, Bigfoot!, and Tom Slick It is time for the annual top picks for the best cryptozoology books of 2006, with attention to each book’s individual achievements noted in recognition of its unique niche within the cryptozoological literature this year. Since […]

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Messin With Sasquatch Wins Top Award

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 15th, 2006

The Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal reports the following: The Advertising Federation of Minnesota named Carmichael Lynch "Best in Show" during the annual awards ceremony on Nov. 10, and also sent the ad agency home with 66 awards. As many as 95 advertising organizations, including agencies, businesses and schools, entered 1,446 pieces of work for the […]

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Sasquatch With a Shovel?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 15th, 2006

In Loren’s post “New Theory: Bigfoot Was "Cradleboarded"?” WVBIG_2006 made a comment and quoted the following from Kathy Strain: “It wouldn’t make any sense to me that Patty (a hair covered yet naked human as defined by M.K.) would have the luxury to bind her children’s heads but not the talent to make clothes (or […]

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Baiji Declared Extinct

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 14th, 2006

A rare, nearly blind white dolphin that survived for millions of years is effectively extinct, an international expedition declared Wednesday after ending a fruitless six-week search of its Yangtze River habitat. The baiji would be the first large aquatic mammal driven to extinction since hunting and overfishing killed off the Caribbean monk seal in the […]

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Jolly Old Bigfoot

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 14th, 2006

Several Cryptomundo readers emailed us about a Bigfoot cartoon this morning. Even earlier than that was an email from the cartoon artist himself, letting us know of the cartoon. Here is the email that we received from cartoon artist Doug Savage: Hi! I love Cryptomundo! Thanks for maintaining such a fantastic resource for us cryptozoology […]

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Sasquatch Shot?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 14th, 2006

The Sasquatch sculpture that was erected last year has suffered vandalism. I wrote about this sculpture here on Cryptomundo shortly after it was erected. Yesterday, the Star-Online reported that several of the sculptures in the area had been vandalized, including the Sasquatch sculpture shown in the photos below. Sculptures moved temporarily By: Roger S. Lucas […]

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