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Fedoras Ready? Indiana Jones Returns

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 30th, 2007

The forthcoming film Indiana Jones and the Kingdom and the Crystal Skull is set to open May 22, 2008. Cryptozoologists, dust off your fedoras and keep informed here. (Please be forewarned, if you are at work or in a library, the opening page has loud theme music.) Set in 1957, the new movie centers around […]

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Olympics Sasquatch Mania

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 29th, 2007

Okay, British Columbia readers, can someone capture one of these Quatchi souvenirs for the International Cryptozoology Museum? Apparently they are selling out like hotcakes, or at least hot Bigfoot. These guys are bestsellers. Reports are they will be extinct soon. Post Office Box 360 Portland, ME 04112 USA

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Will Sasquatch Save Strange Wilderness?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 29th, 2007

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Mokele Kidnapping?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 29th, 2007

What happened on the shores of Lisbon Falls that shook me to my core? I was shocked by the point of reference shown in the midst of this melodrama. I certainly can die now. My legacy has been set in video at YouTube. Performance art, cryptofiction cinema, or just incredibly funny? What have I inspired? […]

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That Mangy Bear: The Final Word

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 29th, 2007

This somewhat comedic video is from Blake “DoctorAtlantis” Smith, who introduces it thusly: “I have posted a follow-up video based on several remarks from [pro-'juvenile Sasquatch'] posters. I think this video, while still mildly sarcastic, does contain some good analytic data.” {Warning: Loud music soundtrack.}

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Women Take On Bigfoot

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 28th, 2007

On MonsterQuest on Wednesday, November 28, 2007, it is all women on the track of “Bigfoot.” The show’s description has this to say: “Bigfoot has been sighted in Washington State more than any other place on earth. Join an all-female expedition as they try to lure a Bigfoot within range of their cameras. The 1967 […]

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New Yeren Footprints Found

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 28th, 2007

Although I mentioned the footprints in my previously published “Top Ten…for 2007″ list, this more detailed news item includes additional information: The bigger footprint discovered was 30 centimeters long with a width of eight centimeters at the heel and 12 centimeters at the sole. The investigation into the Shennongjia “wild men” made great progress when […]

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2007’s Top Five Melanistic Deer Hot Spots

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 28th, 2007

2007′s Top Five Melanistic Deer Hot Spots in America by Loren Coleman, cryptozoologist and coauthor of cryptozoological field guides. In the tradition of my list of the top places to find melanistic squirrels in 2006, here’s a list of the top locations to see black deer in 2007. 1. Texas Hill Country, Central Texas. It […]

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2010 Olympics Mascots Go Crypto

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 28th, 2007

The 2010 Olympics are taking on a decidedly cryptozoological slant with two of their three official mascots being partially based on cryptids. There is no doubt that the Sasquatch-influenced Quatchi and the weird Bear-Thunderbird-Guardian Spirit Sumi will give us much to ponder as these games get closer. I especially look forward to seeing what kind […]

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The Top Ten Cryptozoology Stories for 2007

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 27th, 2007

The Top Ten Cryptozoology Stories for 2007 by Loren Coleman, Cryptozoologist and Author, Mysterious America, Cryptozoology A to Z, and other books. From Bigfoot to Yeren, and from dwarf killer whales to dwarf manatees, it was quite a year. Welcome to this year’s top stories in cryptozoology. It wasn’t heaven during 2007 for the cryptids, […]

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New Sea Anemones Walk

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 27th, 2007

One of the new anemones. Photo courtesy of Stephen Jewett. A couple newly discovered species don’t talk but they apparently “walk!” Unlike most sea anemones that attach themselves to the sea floor, two possibly new species found in the waters surrounding the Aleutian Islands near Alaska can swim and walk. The employment this mode of […]

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Skeptic Created Fake Pterosaur Footage?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 26th, 2007

You may recall that the following footage was reluctantly mentioned here in September 2007. It was claimed to be an “old 1924 video of supposed Pterosaur in PNG.” Now, the Dinosaurs and Origins weblog is saying this is a fake that was created by a skeptic to discredit a researcher. It looked as if David […]

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Cryptomundians Talk Hybrids

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 26th, 2007

Here are some recent things said by Brent Swancer (mystery man) and Sheila Collins (kittenz) in an exchange about hybrids, which was going off-topic within another blog. The opinions expressed in the following comments do not (necessarily) express those of any Cryptomundo bloggers, and should be viewed as readers’ commentary versus verified factual information that […]

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What Was The Coatesville Creature?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 26th, 2007

Coatesville, Pa. – (AP) – A mysterious animal – described by witnesses as having a small head, a neck a foot long, the jumping ability of a deer and a scream like that of two cats – was reported prowling through Chester county woods today. There were some who received the reports with skepticism, but […]

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MonsterQuest Marathon

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 25th, 2007

The History Channel Sunday night, November 25th, through early Monday, November 26th, will broadcast the first four episodes of “MonsterQuest” for eight straight hours. Beginning at 8:00 PM Eastern until finished at 4:00 AM Eastern, the programs on Sasquatch, Champ, Giant Squid, and Birdzilla will be shown, one after the other, twice. According to the […]

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