Archive for “February, 2007”

Skunk Ape Documentary

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 28th, 2007

Loren has previously written about this documentary, Footprints, here on Cryptomundo. We had requested, and were initially promised, a review copy for Cryptomundo. However, on January 24, 2007, we received the following reply to our latest request: Good afternoon, Thank you for your interest in our documentary “Footprints”, we are delighted to share with you […]

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Bigfoot Seen in San Francisco?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 28th, 2007

I have to wonder if it’s just a coincidence, or if it’s something else… as I am visiting friends in the area. ‘Gorilla’ in midst of I-280 John Coté, Chronicle Staff Writer Wednesday, February 28, 2007 It wasn’t exactly a Bigfoot sighting, but motorists reported seeing someone wearing a gorilla suit in the center divide […]

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Norcal Bigfoot Tracks Found

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 27th, 2007

This week, I am visiting friends in Northern California, a couple of hours north of San Francisco. It’s not a Bigfoot trip, so to speak, but the 11 year old son of my friend is intensely interested in the subject. My friend Jill was with my wife and myself when we had our Bigfoot sighting […]

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Pussy or Puma?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 27th, 2007

Images of an Australian mystery puma or a domestic housecat? The following photographs were found to have been taken three years ago, and forgotten about, as far as being developed, until recently. They are “Copyright (c) R. McPherson 2007,” used with permission. The person taking them claims: “The photos show a large black cat as […]

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1901 Cryptozoology

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 27th, 2007

Cryptozoology historian Brian Gaugler writes: I recently found an old article in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle archives from 1901 that I thought you might find interesting. Assuming that it’s not a newspaper hoax, it discusses the shooting of a living dinosaur in Florida and the work of a secret group of scientists to gather cryptozoological […]

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Coelacanth: Rock Star

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 26th, 2007

Some might say the elusive coelacanth, in spite of its primordial ugliness, has attained rock star status in the popular imagination. Chris Justice, Assistant Professor of English and Mass Communication at The Community College of Baltimore County, February 26, 2007 Of course, you and I didn’t need the good professor to tell us the coelacanth […]

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Another Hand of Unknown Origin?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 26th, 2007

Click image for full size version The actual hand was found caught in a gate in North Qld. The night before, all the stock were clearly spooked and screaming and roaring could be heard. Next day the farmer finds this hand! It was JUST before DNA was introduced here (wouldn’t you know it). So they […]

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Can Bigfoot Hoaxers Be Messy?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 26th, 2007

Bigfooter Roger Knights wanted to post his counter-argument to my recent posts on the Wallace tracks being in the mix here, and I have allowed him to do so. Below, you will find his essay, as he sent it in, unedited. Roger asked to post this with his third revised title, “What Trickster Would Tramp […]

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Krantz on Skookum Cast

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 25th, 2007

There’s a new argument occurring over at the James Randi skeptics forum, between Bigfoot promoters and skeptics, this last week in February 2007. It’s all about the unlikely subject of what was said by anthropologist Grover Krantz regarding the reality of the Skookum Cast. Here’s the result of some research and what may be the […]

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Beaked Whale Discoverer Dies

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 25th, 2007

As important as he became as a scientist, he never stopped being the boy who came home for dinner with a frog in one pocket and a crawfish in the other. His love of all marine life was both infectious and inspiring.Paul G. Haaga Jr, museum board member recalls John E. Heyning John Heyning, deputy […]

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Cruisin’ the Sasquatch Highway

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 25th, 2007

In a review of this week’s transportation news, I note the names of a couple of my favorite unknown hairy hominoids, who remain on the fast track to a deeper legacy in popular culture. During a caravan tour of the proposed Sasquatch Highway route back in 2003, British Columbia Representative Barry Penner (in the purple […]

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Texas Bigfoot Research Operation

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 24th, 2007

Photographic credit: Chris Buntenbah In recent discussions here on Cryptomundo, talk of how to conduct field research for Bigfoot has been an active topic. Cryptomundo reader DWA mentions our field operations at the TBRC quite frequently. Posted to the blog How Would You Hunt Bigfoot? My point about P/G wasn’t intended to slight anybody – […]

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Bigfoot’s Monolithic Margins

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 24th, 2007

Part of the exercise here is to understand that in pursuit of good evidence leading to the verification of the reality, scientifically, of Bigfoot, we must build the best collection of Bigfoot footprints under the sun and throw out fake footprints on the way there. There is a point in our quest where it must […]

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If Chimps Kill With Sticks, Do Bigfoot?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 23rd, 2007

News out of Africa about chimpanzees fashioning and using tools has a direct impact on a recent debate about Bigfoot. As you will recall, M. K. Davis made public statements about a stick being held by the Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot, and connected it to Bigfoot being human, due to that stick. Besides the fact few could […]

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NY Beavers Are Back

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 23rd, 2007

North American beavers have returned to New York City for the first time since the animals left the region about 200 years ago.Biologists said the beaver’s return to New York is a testament to both the adaptability of the animals and the success of the cleanup effort at the Bronx River, where the animal’s habitat […]

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