Archive for the “Cadborosaurus”
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 27th, 2014
John will be talking about many different cryptozoological topics, including his recent viewing of Bobcat Goldthwait’s Bigfoot film Willow Creek, the upcoming Original Texas Bigfoot Conference, the Yakima Valley Museum exhibit Sasquatch Revealed, maybe even the damned Alaskan Cadborosaurus video footage.
Sunday, June 29
8:30-9:30 PM CT
Read: CryptoCast: John Kirk »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 31st, 2014
Tonight at 7 PM EST Discovery is re-airng the Hillstranded Cadbosaurus show as a two part special and calling it Alaskan Monster Hunt: The Lost Footage.
Is this going to contain the lost footage that John Kirk talked about previously here on Cryptomundo?
Has the lost footage been found?
With added facts, tweets, and bonus scenes – The Hillstrand brothers are out to catch a monster in the Alaskan wilderness in this “Lost Footage” extended special.
Read: Alaskan Monster Hunt: The Lost Footage »
Posted by: John Kirk on May 27th, 2014
Got the go ahead today to let everyone have a look at the front and back covers of Discovering Cadborosaurus the new book by Paul LeBlond, Jason Walton and myself.
Jason did the cover artwork and it’s absolutely stunning. The Caddy in the illustration is a composite of various sightings. We are damn proud of this book and can’t wait until the autumn when it is released.
Read: Discovering Cadborosaurus »
Posted by: John Kirk on May 26th, 2014
In December last year, MSNBC came up to Canada to interview me for a program on cryptids which was part of the Caught on Camera series.
We talked for about two hours and much of this was recorded on video.
Finally nearly six months later, the cryptid episode aired.
Read: Caught on Camera: Eerie and Alien Reviewed »
Posted by: Scott Mardis on March 18th, 2014
Recently on Cryptomundo, attention was brought to the alleged “sea monster” 8mm film taken by the late Garry Liimatta (1944-2012) in May 1969 off of Vancouver Island, B.C., Canada.
Whatever it was, it appears to have been relatively large. Liimatta described a large turtle-like animal with an 8 foot long neck. Little known is that he also made an eyewitness sketch.
Read: Garry Liimatta’s “Sea Monster” Eyewitness Sketch »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 16th, 2014
Two interior B.C. towns lay claim to the famous monster of Okanagan Lake.
Read: Is Ogopogo a Resident of Vernon or Kelowna? »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 15th, 2014
It was fine fall day in October 1933 when W.H. Langley and his wife set out for an afternoon’s sail near Victoria. Their boat had reached the point of Discovery Island when they made a discovery of their own. A greenish-brown creature, later named Cadborosaurus, was travelling quickly in front of their boat. In a CBC interview, Mrs. Langley recalls that she wasn’t afraid, merely interested. “It took my fancy that it wasn’t anything we’d seen before,” she says.
Read: Monsters and Myths: I saw Caddy! »
Posted by: Scott Mardis on March 14th, 2014
We must remember that the best case for most cryptids at this point in time is based on ambiguous, circumstantial evidence and any possible connections to extinct animals are tenuous at best. Assuming the bulk of descriptive and photographic evidence might be correct and bear some resemblance to a known fossil form, we should not overlook the remarkable phenomenon of convergent evolution. It’s within the realm of possibility that some recently evolved animal, unknown to us in fossil form, has developed features similar to some well known extinct forms.
Read: Prehistoric Survivor Paradigm Under Fire? »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 13th, 2014
Sharon Hill, geologist, skeptic, and Sounds Sciencey columnist, has given the boot (boot? Hill? Get it?) to the claims that prehistoric survivors are still roaming around causing cryptozoologists to get all excited.
Read: Putting the Kibosh on Prehistoric Survivors? »
Posted by: Scott Mardis on March 11th, 2014
Vertebrate paleontologist Darren Naish has posted a wonderful article on the probable behavior and lifestyles of plesiosaurs at his Scientific American blog, Tetrapod Zoology. This is obviously of interest to those in cryptozoology with questions regarding what we know about real plesiosaurs versus speculation about “long necked sea monsters”. Dr. Naish himself does not endorse the “relict plesiosaur” theory but is open minded to the giant long necked seal idea.
Read: Plesiosaur Peril and the Prehistoric Survivor Paradigm »
Posted by: John Kirk on February 27th, 2014
In 2009, Kelly Nash and his sons Kyle and Jasen obtained footage of a group of unknown animals that were pursued by a pod of beluga whales in Nushagak Bay, Alaska.
I promised readers of Cryptomundo that I would continue to try and ascertain what happened to the missing footage of the animal that was a remarkable fit for a living, breathing version of the Naden Harbour carcass.
Read: Alaskan Marine Cryptid Update »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 25th, 2014
Did Gary Liimatta of Vancouver Island capture a Cadborosaurus on video in the 1970s?
Read: Garry Liimatta Open Sea Footage of Cadborosaurus? »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 15th, 2014
John Kirk researcher and cryptozoologist with the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club calls in to share some fascinating stories about his quest for the reported dinosaur Mokele Mbembe, the Cadborosauras and mainstream entertainment’s take on cryptozoology
Read: Update: That Darn Cadborosaurus Footage Again! »
Posted by: John Kirk on January 23rd, 2014
This footage has been discussed extensively here on Cryptomundo in the past: Alaskan Cadborosaurus
John Kirk updates us on the Caddy footage.
Read: That Darn Cadborosaurus Footage Again! »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 23rd, 2013
I don’t know what the source of this video is to be able to verify its authenticity.
Check it out here and see if you know anything
Read: New/Old Caddy Video? »