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Who Are You?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 30th, 2012

Blogging can be a lonely job. Who, out there, after all, is reading this stuff?

So, Cryptomundians, at the request of some oldtimers, we are asking you to share “Who Are You?”

Who are you? Thank you for being here!

As Cryptomundo, the world’s #1 cryptozoology site, moves into Year EIGHT, I want to pause for a moment to hear directly from you.

Today, Cryptomundo is at nearly 7500 blog postings and with almost 77,850 comments having been published here.

You might think that only a few people are registered and can make comments to Cryptomundo, because you have actually become familiar with some “regulars.”

But were you aware that you might be among the 23,298 individuals who are registered and thus can make comments here?

Borneo Animal

So, I have some general questions to ask you.

In a line or two, share with other Cryptomundians briefly whom you are, specifically,

(1) age;

(2) gender;

(2) where do you live, via general location; and

(3) what do you do – student? occupation? pre-retirement job?

Please do not share your name, exact addresses, email specifics, or any kind of ID info. Such messages won’t be approved. Also, nothing off-topic either, or negative. This is a positive sharing exercise.


Hey, and speak up if you’ve been quiet in the past. Don’t allow only the regulars, whom I do want to speak up too, of course, be the only ones we hear from in the next few days.

Thank you for coming here daily to read my words, and I appreciate you taking the time to share your words in the comment section below.

Loren Coleman About Loren Coleman
Loren Coleman is one of the world’s leading cryptozoologists, some say “the” leading living cryptozoologist. Certainly, he is acknowledged as the current living American researcher and writer who has most popularized cryptozoology in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Starting his fieldwork and investigations in 1960, after traveling and trekking extensively in pursuit of cryptozoological mysteries, Coleman began writing to share his experiences in 1969. An honorary member of Ivan T. Sanderson’s Society for the Investigation of the Unexplained in the 1970s, Coleman has been bestowed with similar honorary memberships of the North Idaho College Cryptozoology Club in 1983, and in subsequent years, that of the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club, CryptoSafari International, and other international organizations. He was also a Life Member and Benefactor of the International Society of Cryptozoology (now-defunct). Loren Coleman’s daily blog, as a member of the Cryptomundo Team, served as an ongoing avenue of communication for the ever-growing body of cryptozoo news from 2005 through 2013. He returned as an infrequent contributor beginning Halloween week of 2015. Coleman is the founder in 2003, and current director of the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine.

63 Responses to “Who Are You?”

  1. Steph Finch via Facebook responds:

    I’m 43 (and trying to embrace it) and live in Lake Tahoe. I work in the exciting world of insurance and may not post but love your stuff. Thanks for asking! :)

  2. Dylan Thomas via Facebook responds:

    I’m 33, kicking ass in Wisconsin. I <3 all monsters, hoaxes, performance art and strange noises.

  3. RCS82 responds:

    Hi all, I’m a 29 year old male, living in rural Nova Scotia, Canada, near Halifax, and I’m a substitute teacher.

    I have a background in biology, technology, and history, and have been interested in cryptozoology since a very young age when I had a recurring dream about a sasquatch chasing me near my yard (which was weird because, at the time, I did not know what a sasquatch was).

    Great site you have here. I just noticed the museum is in Portland. I will have to drop by next time I’m in Maine!

  4. PoeticsOfBigfoot responds:

    44 year-old male, published literary author of speculative fiction and art historian at a major art museum in Texas.

  5. anomalistchris responds:

    I am 41 years old, male, and live at the Jersey Shore. Currently unemployed but I am one of the news editors for a prominent paranormal website. I consider myself a writer, my day jobs have been call center stuff. My interests lay in weird science, cryptozoology, and the philosophy of forteana.

  6. caoilte responds:

    I’m a 44 year old high nchool teacher of English and History at a small school in the flint hills of Kansas. I’ve always been interested in cryptozoology and was very disappointed when seven years of living in the Pacific North West netted no bigfoot or cadbourosaurus sightings.

  7. Jonathan responds:

    I’m 18, male. I’m from Kansas City, Kansas, but I’m currently living in Chicago going to the Illinois Institute of Technology majoring in Applied Physics.

  8. Richard888 responds:

    Hey Cryptomundo. I’m a 44 year old guy currently living in Athens Greece, where I’m from. I’ve also lived in Vancouver and Toronto. I do software development and I am a webmaster of 2 formerly profitable blogs that were recently devastated by Google’s Penguin update. I love all animals – known and unknown – though my feelings about Penguins are black and white.

  9. Jonathan Poulsen responds:

    14 year old male in Victoria, BC, student. Started cryptozoological research in 2008, write for the blog Bigfoot Evidence.

  10. Desertdweller responds:

    I am a 63 year-old man.

    I am a retired railroad locomotive engineer, and live in Western Nebraska.

    I am interested in history, model railroads and model ships, water safety, and shooting.

    My special interest in this forum concerns big cats particularly the re-population of cougars in the Midwest and Eastern US, and “mystery” cats.

  11. Tamara Campbell via Facebook responds:

    I’m a 40 year old female, New Hampshire native. I also work in the exciting world of insurance and love dogs, Sasquatch and country living! :)

  12. Wolfie0827 responds:

    (1) age: 48

    (2) gender: Male

    (2) where do you live, via general location: Columbus, Ohio

    (3) what do you do – student? occupation? pre-retirement job?: Disabled, Former Computer Tech with over 30 years experience. Also bit of a hippie freak.

  13. DWA responds:

    If you’ve posted to this before, do you have to oh nevermind…

    55-y-o (four days ago) government analyst (my computer is being scanned to make sure I say no more than that…KIDDING, my not wanting to talk about work away from work is doing that). Never seen a sasquatch, but have experienced a couple of things that can’t be accounted for with reference to currently-accepted North American animals, including my conspecifics. Into the science, ma’am, just the science (although if it’s funny I make exceptions).

  14. graybear responds:

    Gender: male
    Age: 62, married 42 years
    Employment: retired
    Locale: East Tennessee, previously Georgia
    Education: Master’s degree, Environmental Sciences
    Interested in cryptozoology and out of place animals since I was 12 or so and went with my parents to Silver Springs FL to see the monkeys which had escaped from the old Tarzan movie sets (pre WWII) and had colonized a stretch of the river. And they’re still there, along with God only knows what else.

  15. ECFutrell responds:

    I’m a 29-year old male seminary student in Fort Worth, TX, from north Louisiana originally.

    I’ve been following since 2005-6, commented a couple of times. But I do enjoy Cryptomundo and all of y’all’s efforts to keep us informed of the goings on in the world of cryptozoology. Keep up the good work!

  16. RobDev responds:

    I’m a 36 year old man in the Pittsburgh area doing computer tech support.

  17. drjon responds:

    Hi, Loren and other Cryptomundies. I’m male in my mid-forties, live in Australia. My CV reads like an Author’s (and there’s a book with my name on it, so there you go). Currently working as a tour guide telling ghost stories. During the day I’m putting eBooks together. Until recently was working as a digital cataloguer and researcher with a University Library Service. Before that, I was in publishing, designing covers and layouts for academic and literary books. Have been interested in Forteana since an early age.

  18. jodie responds:

  19. SirKen63 responds:

    I am 48 and live in the state of Rhode Island. Use to work in Electrical and Sheet Metal before my disability. I am in love with a wonderful woman that will not go camping with me in Fear I will stake her out for a Bigfoot picture. ( She know me all to well )

  20. DelmarvaCryptids responds:

    We are a group out of the Eastern Shore of MD committed to researching cryptids and Fortean phenomena. We range ages 20+, male and female, with backgrounds in EMS, marine science, vet tech, manufacturing, IT, and education.

  21. skycycle responds:

    I’m 24, male, and originally from Bulgaria, but currently living in beautiful Amsterdam in The Netherlands… Been very interested in cryptozoology (and the fortean, to a lesser extent) since a kid when I got my hands on a few old books and encyclopedias… Since then my interest has shifted more towards writing and potentially finding a job that allows me to travel to far-away places and give other people an impression of they are like – I guess this includes my love for wildlife as well :) Currently I am studying (BA in Humanities) in pursuit of this quest, and in the meantime I run a few projects, including a photoblog called ‘The House Of Hegira’ (which u can check out at :)

  22. Redrose999 responds:

    Both Ryk and I share this blog, so I will give both our stats

    I am a
    45 year old female
    We love in upstate NY
    I am an artist, mother and housewife.

    Ryk is
    50 year old male
    He lives with me, 4 kids, 1 poodle and 8 chickens
    Ryk is a grant writer and writes science fiction for Bane Books.

  23. Kauai Clyde responds:

    I’m 54 – currently a paraplegic but wish to be {at least} up on crutches soon. Live in Hilo, Hi. Writing a sci-fi/horror novel – wish to sell it to a publisher for an amount that rivals the 2012 U.S. deficit !! I have seen things in the sky and have a great curiosity of the things that live in the corner of our eyes – there, but never fully recognized. So very much has happened since the advent of the cell-phone and now those ‘things’ are becoming reality, i.e., Bigfoot, Jersey Devil and so many more are going to finally be proven – but then, will it take out the wonder and excitement of it all, the search ended?

  24. Kjak75 responds:

    Im 36 and am male. I live in N.S.W Australia. I am a writer and usually spend my days avoiding working on my novel. I sell short story rights when i get hungry or need to pay the bills.
    I saw something that could be described as a Yowie when i was young from a few feet away.
    People who say there is no such thing might as well be telling me that there no such thing as sugar gliders. I have only seen both species one time each in my life.
    I check in daily, rarely say much, but i like that the articles are usually very unbiased.

  25. cryptokellie responds:

    I am 60 years old.
    Professional sculptor for 35 years.
    Live in Eastern PA.
    I became interested in unusual things after;
    A Weekly Reader article about the Abominable Snowman in 4th grade.
    Hearing about Loch Ness during the Dinsdale film media coverage in 1960.
    Witnessing an actual UFO, seen by hundreds of people in NJ in 1964.
    Seeing the Patterson film on tv in 1967.
    I’ve been waiting over 50 years for these and other things to be verified.
    Sadly, I think Orang-Pendeck may be the best shot right now.

  26. mystery_man responds:

    I’m a long time contributor here and one of the regular writers, though not as prolific as some of my blog-mates.

    I’m a 39 year old male, and originally from California, but I’ve been living in Japan for the past 16 years. I currently reside just outside of Tokyo, Japan. I love it here and probably will be here for quite some time. (Read: forever)

    I teach high school level biology at an international school here, and I teach English on the side as well to help put food on the table. My background in biology is mostly focused on island ecosystems, and I also participate in scientific research on the effects of introduced or invasive species (yes, there’s a difference) on native species here in Japan from time to time. I occasionally proofread scientific journals that have been translated into English poorly to clean up the English terminology as well. With so much on my plate, you can see why I sometimes don’t have the time to contribute here as much as I’d like.

    I speak Japanese fluently, and use my language skills and background knowledge to contribute here on Japanese cryptids that are briefly, rarely, or never mentioned in the English literature on cryptozoology. In this way, I hope to provide deeper knowledge on these cryptids in English for those who wish to know.

    I’ve been interested in cryptozoology since I was a kid. I advocate a very scientific and thorough approach to cryptozoology. To me, this is a legitimate zoological pursuit. My ultimate hope is that this field become more generally acceptable to and on par with other mainstream scientific fields.

  27. dawgdoc responds:

    I’m a 37-year old veterinarian in northwest Georgia. I have been interested in all forteana since I was a kid, but cryptozoology has been my favorite aspect.

    The only sighting that I ever had was seeing a dead panther on I-16 in south Georgia (it was a normal tan color). I often joke to my wife that if I ever see another one, I am taking pictures and blood samples, strapping to the roof of the car, and keeping it on ice in the garage until the proper (non-government) authorities can be contacted.

  28. oldphilosopher responds:

    I’m a 60-year old male attorney, living in rural north central Texas.

  29. SPOCKS responds:

    43 year old British male living in central Europe. Ex armed forces, now a full time Gutter Epicurean. Pre-Posthuman and General Cognitive Nuisance.I’m mostly drunk and angry.

  30. Kurt Harris via Facebook responds:

    49 , native New Yorker but living in North Carolina..but have lived and Squatched in Hubei province China and British Columbia , Canada..working in the outdoor sports industry.

  31. EastTexan responds:

    Hi, Y’all –

  32. EastTexan responds:

    Hi, Y’all- I’m a 62 year old male retired teacher living in the beautiful piney woods of East Texas. I’ve been interested in unusual creatures since elementary school. Hanging around me for 34 years, my wife has picked up an interest in bigfoot research, too. I enjoy the comments on Cryptomundo.

  33. TheBK88 responds:

    (1) 32

    (2) Male

    (2) New York

    (3) Tree Doctor

    I have been interested in, have researched privately, varying subjects of fortean nature, cryptozoology being my most favored. Since I was a child, before Giant Squid (as an example) were just a fisherman’s tale.

  34. Mïk responds:

    I’m a 60+yo retired electrician (Industrial) living the retired life on the shores of Washington State just south of the Olympics. I’m a tradesman with an engineer’s (EE) outlook. I’ll be quick to cry, “BS” when it’s needed to be said, but I keep my mind open to possibilities in the crypto-world. I wander the logging roads in search of Bigfoot on occasion, but don’t claim every sound and disturbance to be the “Holy Grail”

  35. rozum responds:

    48, male, Phoenix, unemployed so I have plenty of time to read Cryptomundo every day

  36. sjreidhead responds:

    1) age – N/A

    (2) gender F

    (2) where do you live, via general location; 50 miles from the UFO crash site in New Mexico

    (3) what do you do?

    I’m a writer specializing in the wild west, Tombstone, Wyatt Earp, and doing a book on fashion of the wild west. I have a political blog, (shameless plug), and have been at it since October 4, 2005!

    When I was about 10 or so, my cousin and I were in my grandfather’s orange grove in WPB, FL. There was a huge bird flying above us. My grandfather came out with his shot-gun and sent Michael and I back to the house. My mother came out and stood on the front steps with us, while Grandy watched it. He later told us it was not an albatross, he had seen them, nor any bird he had ever seen. It was too huge. I’ve searched most of my life to find out what that massive bird was.

    The parents’ had a vacation home in Jackson County, NC, way up in the mountains. My mother swore, for years, there was a bigfoot in the area. She would get up, early in the mornings, in the summer, and watch it go down to the spring for water.

    When I was maybe twelve or so, I was spending the night with my grandmother, at her mountain house, which was a mile of so from the one the parents’ were renovating – at the time. Nana and I had walked almost down to the house, when she saw something in the spring house. We heard a weird noise. She was terrified. We quickly walked back to her little house. They had no phone at the time. To get a message out (Grandy had the car – he was in SC for the night) she left a flag out at the top of the hill. Her neighbors came down to check on us. They drove us about 30 minutes to a pay phone, so she could call my grandfather, who came up, very late that night.

    Nana never stayed there alone, again. She was never up there without a pistol. They always kept a shot-gun after that. Never again did I ever know her to walk along the road, and I spent the next 10 years up there in the summer. I recently asked my mother about it. She said it was a bigfoot that terrified her.


  37. Greymanes responds:

    Good day all, I’m 36 from the UK, a trained Ecologist and Event Medic/Trainer I have been interested in forteana from the first time I bought the Usbourne book of monsters when i was about 7. Particularly interested in the conservation and discovery of all manner of creatures. The cryptids that I love keeping my eyes on various news site for are the Chupacabra and the Mongolian death worm. Currently studying for a philosophy degree. Interested in pretty much anything and everything. Nice to meet you.

  38. Bast responds:

    (1) 45

    (2) Female

    (2) Hampton Roads VA

    (3) Freelance proofreader. Carer for my parent.

    My father and I (and now my son) shared a deep love for cryptids and the unknown. We always discussed Nessie, Bigfoot, UFOs. I was fascinated by the coelacanth (still am) – one of the first books I ever had as a youngster was on the discovery. My favourite cryptids are sea serpents/lake monsters and my son loves Mothman.

    (Thanks for this great thread – love reading everyone’s answers)

  39. krs9864 responds:

    I am 48, living in northeast Oklahoma in the foothills of the Ozarks! Unemployed at the moment, mostly due to my field of work having layoffs now and then.

  40. chemist298 responds:

    I am a 47 year old male living in central Minnesota. I work as an industrial chemist at a chemical manufacturing facility. I have had an interest in cryptozoology since I was a young boy watching “In Search Of”. While I rarely comment, I visit Cryptomundo at least once daily and enjoy very much reading Loren and Craig’s blogs! I am “holding out hope” for this Bigfoot DNA project to come to completion!

  41. DebbieAmerican responds:

    I M a 21 yeer old ultra-badass cartune rock star who intarvued Rene Barnett tha like praducer of tha TV show “Bigfootville” Hooray!

  42. GreatNorthBlades responds:

    Hi, I’m a 45 year old corrections officer, and professional knifemaker, from southern Michigan. I stumbled across Cryptomundo a couple years ago, and have read posts here ever since. This thread inspired me to get off my butt and register. I have seen bigfoot twice in my lifetime. (the Crawford County, MI entry on the GCBRO website is mine). I reported the same sighting to the BFRO site, but wasn’t able to talk to the follow up investigator, so my sighting wasn’t listed on their site. I wanted to write and thank the Cryptomundo website publishers for their efforts.

  43. BunniesLair responds:

    I am 48 years old (feel 18) and female. I like in Rural North Carolina. I work in local government in the field Aging Services. I have been interested in Big Foot, then cryptology, ever since the 1970’s when Knobby the Bigfoot made the news in NC, when I was in the second grade.

    sjreidhead – I at first thought of Knobby, but Jackson, NC is too far east from Carpenters Knob the area Knobby is known to frequent. However, you have a time frame she saw it? year and time of year? I have often thought Bigfoots could be migratory.

  44. Mandigo responds:

    39 year old man from northern England, saw the PG footage on ‘Arthur C Clarke’s Mysterious World’ as a child and knew instinctively that I was looking at a real creature (rather than a man in a suit). Subsequent reading of the background and context to the film being taken, and the exhaustive investigations it’s been subjected to, simply validated that instinct. When I came across Dr Meldrums work, and then got myself a PG footprint cast, the deal was sealed forever!

    I work as an IT project manager linked to the financial sector, and try and catch up with Cryptomundo at lunch or evenings each day. I do have an interest in wider CZ topics through visiting here, but it’s the bigfoot where I have no doubts.

  45. evilangusyeti responds:

    47 male. South of Washinton DC in Virginia. I have retired from the miitary and from Sony (touring musician). I work at a BOA data center now. My degree was in Bio/Zoo and have studied/researched cryptids since the late 60s.

    I wanted to be the first person to prove the existance of the Kraken (or giant squid since that is what it has been dubbed) and have since moved on to Hominid research since that japanese scientist beat me to the Kraken find. He cheated! Why did the military not give me a sub when I msutered out!

    I lived in Uganda for 2 years and seen some things that make Bigfoot look tame in the early 80s.

  46. Ragnar responds:

    48 years old, career Air Force Intelligence Specialist. Retired a few years ago and picked up a government contract job to teach airborne intelligence technicians. I live in Central Georgia.

    Why am I here? Because I ‘m interested. But I temper that with the awareness that there are three sides to every story; yours, mine, and the truth. As a skeptic, I want to find the truth. Show me. I’ll buy it if works.

  47. Big Steve responds:

    Hello all!

    I’m Steve.

    Male, 35 years old, and I’m from the countryside near York in rural England. I’m an analytical chemist in the civil service.
    I became fascinated with cryptozoology and general forteana after first watching Artur C Clarke’s mysterious universe and “ponderng life’s mysteries”. I also used to be an avid reader of the fortean times.
    I have personally seen an ABC in the locale where I live, seen footprints, and heard of numerous other reliable sightings form people I know and trust (mainly farmers). So I have no doubt of their existencein the British countryside.

    Keep up the good and informative work Loren and all the contributors!

  48. bamsbocce responds:

    I’m a 44yo male, SF Bay Area, IT Director. Grew up watching “In Search Of…” with my parents every Sunday eve, my mother swears she saw/heard of bigfoot outside our camper one summer when I was very young…we’d camp in N.Cal during the off seasons.

    Came across about 6 years ago when I started doing research for a book I was writing about. The book involves a Thunderbird and found the website a great asset…it only took me 4 years to complete but now its done and I have over 1,000 downloads…check it out if you can here.


  49. corrick responds:

    61 and I always try to be a skeptical, scientific and critical thinker. Live in Raleigh, N.C. Trade stocks and bonds. Have been interested in cryptozoology ever since I was 13 and got Heuvelsmans’ “On the Track” for Xmas.

    I collect cryptozoology and recently extinct animal artwork and “believe” I have the largest collection of Tasmanian Tiger “stuff” anywhere outside Australia. I do not think bigfoot, the Yeti or the Loch Ness Monster exist, but the Orang pendek and many other animal mysteries make cryptozoology a never-ending and fascinating subject.

  50. windigo responds:

    Age: 46

    Gender: Male

    Location: Upstate New York

    Occupation: Federal Law Enforcement

    Area(s) of interest: I have been heavily involved in the Sasquatch phenomenon for over twenty years. Over that time, I have also been a contributing member to several paranormal groups and an advocate for MUFON (Mutual UFO Network).

  51. Goodfoot responds:

    I’m a 64-year old male living in Richmond, Virginia, a retired psychic and chain mail specialist, and I’m looking for attractive Bigfoot women between the ages of 22 and 54, who like bonfires and S. Hawking! I know you’re out there, ladies! Bast, can you help me out?

  52. AreWeThereYeti responds:

    Yours truly is a (not quite!) 44 year-old college-educated male residing in the Chicagoland area – Go BEARS!

    I have always been intrigued by Bigfoot and its ilk, the Loch Ness Monster and any other cryptids which have, at least, some biological basis in fact; ghosts, other paranormal beings and sundry extra-dimensional entities need not apply! As you may have gathered from some of my various comments, I am a believer in the scientific method and always willing to follow cryptozoological evidence – not conjecture or speculation – wherever it might lead. My motto, I guess, would paraphrase Carl Sagan thusly: One should always keep an open mind mind but not so open that one’s brains fall out!

    As far as my history with Cryptomundo is concerned, I first came across the site, strictly by chance, about 6 years ago but was immediately hooked by the integrity of the Bloggers and especially impressed by the overall quality, knowledge and depth of understanding displayed by the majority of the site’s Commenters. I then lurked for several years before finally deciding to step forward and add my two-cents worth (about 3 years ago) and have never looked back!

    I have occasionally checked-out other crypto-sites but have found none that compare, and it is with great sincerity that I say I have thoroughly enjoyed Loren’s, Craig’s – and, yes, even Nick Redfern’s ongoing posts, here…

    To Craig, thank you for hosting such a wonderful site; to Loren, Nick, and ALL of the other Bloggers, thank you for providing thoroughly entertaining and educational posts on such a consistent basis. Finally, to all the readers and, especially, Commenters, thank you for helping make Cryptomundo the number-one site, for all things Cryptozoological, that it is today – Long may it thrive!

  53. fooks responds:


    58 male

    semi-retired chef, i do private parties now, among other odd things.

    i live in Hong Kong for the past 12yrs

    have plenty of time to browse and am a fan of Mr. Coleman from way back, seeing him on TV and anything about weird happenings, sightings, animals, etc.

    always liked this subject, starting with comics and hard sci-fi as soon as i could read.

  54. faron27 responds:

    41>male>Texas>IT Hard ware specialist>enjoy the unknown,Martial Arts>a big fan of Cryptomundo!

  55. Robb responds:

    45 yr old male; Northern California; works in Information Systems for Health Care

  56. red_pill_junkie responds:

    As of tomorrow I’ll become a 39-year-old Mexican male.

    I pay the bills through my career as an Interior Designer.

    But the real truth about myself is that I’m an Agnostic Gnostic, a bipedal conundrum, and a metaphysical oxymoron —with emphasis in the ‘moron’ part ;).

    Oh, I also like to blog, and leave comments here and there…

  57. stranger responds:

    41 years old



    Background in construction.

    When I was young, my kid brother always loaded up with monster books at the weekly trip to the library. Towards the end of the week, I didn’t have anything left to read except what he had checked out. I’ve been hooked ever since!

  58. Stoosh responds:

    (1) age; 46

    (2) gender; male

    (2) where do you live, via general location; England, soon to be Scotland

    (3) what do you do – between jobs. Formerly a f/t writer.

    Crypto-blogger, ABC enthusiast & good to my mum. The End.

  59. GuRuZombi responds:


    28, male, Florida, but originally from Pennsylvania. Lighting technician for Cirque Du Soleil. Huge fan of the website and all of the hard work that gets put into it.

  60. CJ from Laredo responds:

    54 years old and I feel every one of them.
    Male, lawenforcment, Laredo, Texas.
    Hi Point in life, sharring an elevator with Loren Coleman in Tyler Texas. TBRC Conference.
    Nothing to add from here, No trees or water so no bigfoot.
    Lots of UFOs.

  61. Alamo responds:

    41 year old male

    Born in the Philippines of a Filipino father and American mother, they met when my dad was a cadet at Annapolis and mom was in nursing school. Lived in the Phils for 18 years or so on and off, went to HS in Atlanta and studied Political Science at the University of the Philippines, lived in Micronesia (Guam, Palau and Saipan) for 10 years, been living in the Phoenix metro area for the last 7.

    Lived in an honest to goodness haunted house as a kid, avid SCUBA diver and Jacques Cousteau fan, former amateur boxer and MMA fighter, cut my crypto teeth gnawing on episodes of ‘In Search Of’ and the works of Lyall Watson, mostly self-educated, avid reader, Rim Squatcher.

    Currently working in sales for a Fortune 500 technology company (anybody else notice the large number of IT/ technical types we have here?).

    I try to keep my mind open while staying away from the trap of quickly blaming all unexplained events on cryptids/ fortean phenomenon… I am a subscriber to the principle of Occam’s Razor.

  62. D1metrodon responds:

    D1metrodon, 48, male, factory worker/journalist who has always been intrigued by cryptids going back to “In Search Of” with Leonard Nimoy and “The Mysterious Monsters” with Peter Graves. Love the discussions, news and (generally) open minded nature of Cryptomundo. I hail from the NW part of Loren’s home state, Illinois.

  63. KPG1986 responds:

    KPG1986. I’m a 26-year-old man who works for Kroger in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I specialize in researching monsters and the supernatural. I even have a blog, the Demon Hunter’s Compendium (hope that’s not too much information). I’ve been interested in cryptozoology ever since middle school.

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