Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 16th, 2006
CryptoZoo News’ Top Ten Mystery Photographs of 2006
What mystery fish or whatever is shown on this antique postcard produced between 1904-18?
What did researchers Klindt’s & Dianna’s remote cam catch on April 30, 2006, near Mt. Hood, Oregon, USA?
What was the "Maine Mutant" photographed by Michelle O’Donnell in Turner, Maine, in August 2006? (This one turned out to be 100% dog.)
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Was this new photo taken around August 15, 2006, at Lake Nahuel Huap, really the famed Argentinan Lake Monster, Nahuelito?
What are we to make of this photo of a mystery carving of an alleged Stegosaurus stenops on an ancient Cambodian temple at Angkor Wat? (See more photos of this, including close-ups, here.)
How would you feel if you had filmed the first live Indonesian coelacanth underwater, as a Japanese team did at the depth of 170 m, 17, at 8:30 am on May 30, 2006, off shore Buol, about 350 km west from Manado, Sulawesi Island?
Mystery tracks showing up in Johor, beginning in January, 2006, still beg the question: Were they from a Malaysian Bigfoot, rhino, elephant, or something else?
Nothing is there, and then something is there, in October 2006, right? What was the long thing on the bottom of Loch Ness that is seen near the rocks?
In mid-November 2006, was it an American bobcat, Canadian lynx, Eurasian lynx or African Caracal being seen in Warner Park, Nashville, Tennesseee?
Why was a giant squid in a Japanese parking lot in July 2006?
To find the master list of all links to every 2006 lists created at Cryptomundo about the top cryptozoology stories, the top Bigfoot stories, top mystery photographs, best cryptozoology books, best cryptofiction books, top creepy fossil discoveries, gifts, passings, top cryptids, and more, please click here.
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