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Reggie Is Back

Posted by: Loren Coleman on April 30th, 2007

‘Reggie’ Returns: City Officials Report Sightings Of Lake Machado Gator 4:06 pm PDT April 30, 2007 Los Angeles — The elusive alligator dubbed Reggie was recently spotted in Lake Machado in Harbor City, city officials said. The reptile had not been seen since October 2005, prompting concerns that the cold-blooded creature may have traveled into […]

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Best Witnesses: Biologists or Truck Drivers?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on April 30th, 2007

This Pitt Lake, British Columbia, Sasquatch was seen by two prospectors in June 1965. Should we discount this sighting because the eyewitnesses weren’t biologists? Credit: Harry Trumbore’s drawing from The Field Guide of Bigfoot and Other Mystery Primates. Regarding a couple quick comments there, however, I thought I would separate them out from the terminology […]

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Update: Primarily Primates

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 30th, 2007

I have covered the plight of Oliver and Primarily Primates here on Cryptomundo. It looks like the case may soon be settled. Settlement looming for Primarily Primates The Texas Attorney General wants to settle litigation over San Antonio’s Primarily Primates sanctuary by returning the facility to a reformed board of directors and permanently removing the […]

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The Legend of Hogzilla

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 30th, 2007

Cryptomundo reader The Foywonder tips us off to this new film news. And a reference to The Legend Of Boggy Creek too! The Legend of Hogzilla That picture you see is not a Photoshop job. That, ladies and gentlemen, is Hogzilla! Never heard of Hogzilla? Shot and killed on June 17, 2004 in Alapaha, Georgia. […]

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Kappas

Posted by: Loren Coleman on April 30th, 2007

And you thought those Mutant Ninja Turtles came out of the blue? Or only some fictional sewers? Special Features of Kappa * Favorite things to eat — cucumber, fish * Least favorite things — ironware, deer antlers, saliva Key to the above drawing: 1) Shell 2) Webbed hands and feet 3) Elastic arms 4) Plate […]

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Wisconsin Mountain Lion Sighting

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 29th, 2007

Report of big cat prompts search in Franklin A report of a mountain lion sighting caused quite a stir in the Franklin Business Park on Tuesday afternoon. Franklin police contacted the Southeast Region of the Department of Natural Resources in Milwaukee about 2:30 p.m. with a report of a “large cat sighting, some sort of […]

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Elementum Bestia

Posted by: Loren Coleman on April 29th, 2007

Craig Heinselman has completed his compiled and edited massive opus, Elementum Bestia. The following chapters are in the book: The American Sârâph: An Unnatural History of Winged Snakes in North America by Scott Maruna The Case of the Grey Ghost by Craig Heinselman Littlefoot – The Junjudee by Tony Healy and Paul Cropper The Hobbits […]

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Sunday Funnies: Yeti Jr Ski Ski

Posted by: Loren Coleman on April 29th, 2007

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Cadborosaurus Season is Soon to be Upon Us

Posted by: John Kirk on April 28th, 2007

The annual Cadborosaurus season is about to move into high gear. Operation Caddyscan is a Cadborosaurus research group comprising Jason Walton, Dr. Ed Bousfield, Dr. Paul Leblond and myself. We have been in existence since 1998 and the focus of this group is solely the marine megaserpent of British Columbia and adjacent coastal waters known […]

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Black Panthers Spotted in South Carolina

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 28th, 2007

Upstate has its share of cat tales DNR wants hard evidence ANDERSON – Is it a case of wild cats or wild imagination? People in the Upstate say what they have seen or experienced was not imagined. “Big cats has been a subject discussed about every Saturday morning for several years now at the Public […]

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Is “Scoftic” A Useful Term?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on April 28th, 2007

“Scoftic” has to be the most ridiculous word in the current lexicon of Bigfoot research.Nightwing, November 2006 “Scoftic” – a Roger Knights neologism.Matt Crowley, September 2005 Sometime before the fall of 2003, Roger Knights, a frequent comment maker on all matters Bigfoot, decided to coin a word that he felt would be a counter to […]

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When Lake Monsters Were Serpents

Posted by: Loren Coleman on April 27th, 2007

Serpent in Nevada Lake Mining Man Brings Strange Story to Goldfield. From the Savannah Bee. A report from Walker Lake states that a monster sea serpent has been seen at the northern end of the lake. Dan Cornelison, a mining man of good reputation for veracity, brought the story to Goldfield. Cornelison says that he […]

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Giant Squid Found in Atlantic Ocean

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 27th, 2007

It must be Seafood Friday! First we have news of the Giant Squid Museum exhibit, then the new anglerfish find, and now this. What Have We Here? A researcher at Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, Fla., examines a 7-foot squid sent to the lab recently. (Photo Courtesy of Mote Marine Laboratory) Some Squid: Big blob […]

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Devil’s Names and Lake Monsters

Posted by: Loren Coleman on April 27th, 2007

Women See Sea Serpent [at] Devil’s Lake, N.D., Campers Are Thrown Into Panic Over Discovery of Monster. Campers on the Chautauqua ground at Devil’s Lake, N.D., were thrown into consternation one night recently by the appearance of what is thought to be a sea serpent in Devil’s lake. Mrs. Edgar La Rue, wife of a […]

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Anglerfish: Catch of the Day

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 27th, 2007

The fish found off Sydney’s coast. Picture: Rob Harcourt Catch of the day too ugly for words SCIENTISTS are still trying to decide how best to describe the mystery fish found off Sydney’s coast, but pretty isn’t a word that’s likely to be used. “It’s a striking-looking fish … hideously ugly would be a fair […]

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