Archive for the “Hoaxes”
Posted by: The Discerning Man's Squatch on December 24th, 2013
Why do some people try to pull the wool over other’s eyes? I think there are many reasons and to name a few, there is to push an agenda, to gain notoriety and to make a buck. Some of course are just for fun as well, so not all hoaxers come from the same mold, but those who deliberately misinform to gain a profit of some kind, we should try and peer inside their heads.
Read: Anatomy of a Hoaxer »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on December 13th, 2013
“Two City of London forest keepers had quite a fright on Wednesday when they peered through the fog and spotted what appeared to be a black panther in Epping Forest, Essex…”
Read: Alien Big Cat Hoax »
Posted by: Susan Fair on October 18th, 2013
Teddy Roosevelt had hunted some exotic game before, but nothing like this.
Read: Mountain Monster: The Snallygaster »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on October 8th, 2013
“…George Edwards finally admits he faked his photograph and is proud of it because it generated interest in the Loch Ness Monster…”
Read: Nessie Hoaxer Admits! »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 12th, 2013
These vocalizations have been called into question previously here at Cryptomundo.
Has this YouTube user Mikey Paterson replicated the sounds showing they are a hoax?
Or are they legitimate Sasquatch vocalizations?
Read: Recreating the Sasquatch Ontario Vocalizations »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on September 6th, 2013
“…he has been studying a number of stories relative to hairy ‘wild men,’ cannibalistic sub-humans, and other, similar, horrific humanoids reported in the English county of Devon way back in the 1600s and the 1700s…”
Read: Smugglers and Cryptids »
Posted by: Karl Shuker on September 5th, 2013
It is well known that one of North America’s most popular legendary icons, the jackalope, originated in traditional lumberjack folklore but was first given a physical reality as recently as the 1930s when the earliest confirmed taxiderm specimen was artfully manufactured from a jack rabbit (technically a species of hare) and some pronghorn antelope horns […]
Read: Horned Hares – A Potted (Or Should That Be Jugged?) History! »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on August 27th, 2013
A Cryptomundian tips us off to the truth behind this video.
Read: Case Solved: Bigfoot Captured on Video in Kentucky? »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 22nd, 2013
The recent mass flooding in southern Alberta has exposed a rotting corpse of what is believed to be the legendary Sasquatch. Cryptozoologists worldwide are lining up to examine the remains, which were located by a hiker along the Bow River, northwest of Canmore, Alberta.
Read: Rotting Sasquatch Carcass Found in Canada »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 14th, 2013
Cryptomundian PhotoExpert solves the case!
Read: Case Solved: Show Me State Sasquatch Photos »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on June 27th, 2013
Creatures you definitely don’t want to cross paths with…
Read: Insects of the Giant Kind »
Posted by: Steve Plambeck on June 12th, 2013
Known hoaxer George Edwards apparently believes so. Edwards is the long time owner and operator of Loch Ness Cruises, and skipper of the tourist boat Nessie Hunter. He is also infamous for having made a side career out of faking photographic evidence to sell to gullible tourists, and inventing the non-existent geological feature Edwards Deep, […]
Read: Stop the Science! It’s Bad for Business! »
Posted by: Karl Shuker on June 1st, 2013
Following Animal Planet‘s mermaid ‘mock-umentary‘, here are some cases of supposed merbeings that do remain intriguing and unsolved: Further details can be obtained here on my ShukerNature blog.
Read: Mermaid Body Found? In Search of Folk With Fins »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 23rd, 2013
Bob Heironimus, a 64-year-old retired man from Yakima, Washington, claims the famous 1967 Roger Patterson film of the legendary “Bigfoot” was all a hoax, on PAX TV’s “Lie Detector,” airing Tuesday, May 17, 8:00-9:00 p.m. ET/PT.
Read: Last Week in Bigfoot History | 2005 | Bob Heironimus Passes Lie Detector Test Claiming He Was Bigfoot »
Posted by: Karl Shuker on May 1st, 2013
Pierre Sonnerat was a famous 18th-Century French explorer and naturalist. As will be revealed here in the following ShukerNature post of mine, however, he was also a blatant hoaxer – confirmed by the curious case of New Guinea’s non-existent penguins, and kookaburra. “Pierre Sonnerat’s publications include Voyage à la Nouvelle-Guinée (1776), documenting an expedition that he […]
Read: Sonnerat’s Non-Existent Penguins (and Kookaburra) of New Guinea »