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Josh Gates Finds Yeti Prints Near Everest

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 1st, 2007

TV host Josh Gates displays a sample showing what appears to be a footprint found in Nepal’s Khumbu region, where Mount Everest is located. The tracks will be analyzed as part of an investigation into tales about the legendary mountain Yeti, Gates told reporters in Katmandu on Friday. [This is the caption from Gopal Chitrakar/Reuters, […]

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Cryptozoologically A+: “Destination Truth”

Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 14th, 2007

As I freely admitted before here, I haven’t had much time to see and take in “Destination Truth.” I mostly have been withholding judgement until I could see it, as the reviewers writing into Cryptomundo have been mixed in their reactions. Some people like it, some loathe it. A few people are distracted by the […]

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Destination Truth: Johor Bigfoot

Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 29th, 2007

Bigfooter Allen Foster takes a peek at the latest episode about reports of hairy hominoids in Malaysia on Destination Truth: The “team” went to Malaysia to find Bigfoot. The leader, Josh Gates, interviewed the Malaysia’s leading Bigfoot researcher, Vincent Chow. Then they went to a local town near the last reported sighting and interviewed witnesses. […]

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Destination Truth: An Unreview

Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 13th, 2007

Why have there been no reviews of the June 6th broadcast of “Destination Truth,” which was hosted by Josh Gates? Where are the reviews? Did you see it? For me, it happened right in the middle of a week of activities that centered on my son’s awards assemblies and graduation, so I missed it. Did […]

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Destination Truth Premieres June 6th

Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 2nd, 2007

Destination Truth (New Series – Premieres June 6, 2007 @ 10 PM EDT) Destination Truth (6 one-hour episodes) is a weekly adventure series that invites viewers along on one man’s search for the truth while investigating stories of the unexplained across the globe. Josh Gates, a world adventurer and eager truth-seeker, and his small crew […]

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Ropen Expedition ‘07

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 29th, 2007

Click on the Ropen for a larger version. No scale was given for this drawing. As we have learned, the “Destination Truth” team is on a filming trek in Asia. Here is another insight into the expedition’s point-of-view and cryptid focus as they pursue the Ropen in Papua New Guinea: I was interviewed by Neil […]

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Searching For the Ropen in New Guinea: “Destination Truth” Makes Contact From Rainforest

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 13th, 2007

I have heard from Neil Mandt (above), the executive producer for "Destination Truth," the new series that will be appearing on the Sci Fi Channel this spring. He’s been corresponding with me for some months now, and decided to give Cryptomundo an exclusive on what he and his crew are up to right now. One […]

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“Destination Truth” Gets Green Light

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 12th, 2007

The Hollywood Reporter is spreading the news that “Destination Truth” on the Sci Fi Channel is a go for April 2007. After the Destination: Truth expedition of February 20, 2006, found footprints at Kampung Lukut, a new wave of ecotourism was stimulated and foreign tour groups began arriving. The cast discussed around the world: Joshua […]

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