Archive for the “Lake Monsters”

Missing in Alaska Marathon

Posted by: Ken Gerhard on December 26th, 2015

Tune in or set your DVR tomorrow (Sunday, December 27), starting @7am EST for seven straight episodes of #MissinginAlaska on History Channel 2 Network!

Read: Missing in Alaska Marathon »


Missing in Alaska Marathon Tonight!

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 4th, 2015

Excited to announce another Missing in Alaska marathon runs this Wednesday on H2 Network! Beginning @6pm EST, the six episode event will feature three entirely new episodes, highlighting some iconic Alaskan mystery creatures including Thunderbirds (a topic near and dear to my heart), the famous Lake Illiamna Monster and even Monster-sized Bears. Please help us spread the word!

Read: Missing in Alaska Marathon Tonight! »


How The Earth Was Made: Loch Ness

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 4th, 2015

On this incredible journey we reveal that Loch Ness was once part of America, giant dinosaurs, suspiciously similar to the fabled monster once roamed the area, and that the entire region was engulfed by huge volcanic eruptions as Scotland was ripped from its birth place on the American continent. Could the mythical Loch Ness monster be a descendant of the dinosaurs, somehow surviving in the murky waters of the loch?

Read: How The Earth Was Made: Loch Ness »


Nite Callers BF Radio Presents: John Kirk & Winona Alexis of British Columbia

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 15th, 2015

Tonight at 8 PM Central.

Read: Nite Callers BF Radio Presents: John Kirk & Winona Alexis of British Columbia »


Lake Monster Attacks Woman!

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 15th, 2015

While snorkeling along the shore of Lake Champlain Cindy Captures a Close Encounter With her Go-Pro a Mythological Beast?

Read: Lake Monster Attacks Woman! »


Cryptid Command

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 1st, 2015

cryptidcommand2

The paranormal embroidered patch set, “Cryptid Command” featuring three military-inspired patch designs with Bigfoot, Nessie and UFOs is the new Kickstarter crowd funding campaign from artist George Coghill.

Read: Cryptid Command »


Aquatic Cryptid Marathon

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 30th, 2015

Storsie, Normie and Pepie profiled Thursday morning.

Read: Aquatic Cryptid Marathon »


Aquatic Cryptid Marathon

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 29th, 2015

Ogopogo, Bownessie and the Lagarfjlot Worm profiled Wednesday morning.

Read: Aquatic Cryptid Marathon »


Missing in Alaska: Shapeshifters from the River

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 26th, 2015

Tlingit folklore describes a creature that’s half-otter, half-man, who steals the souls of its victims. Could a shapeshifting Otterman, or Kushtaka, be disguising itself to target humans as prey? Our team uses eyewitness accounts and their own stakeout to investigate whether this creature is merely a myth.

Read: Missing in Alaska: Shapeshifters from the River »


Missing in Alaska: It Lurks Beneath the Ice

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 26th, 2015

Recent sightings around Alaska match native stories of a vicious Arctic mermaid that attacks unsuspecting people. With only five percent of the world’s oceans explored, new marine species are being discovered all the time. Could a sinister mermaid be among the oceans’ undocumented creatures? Our expert team searches for answers.

Read: Missing in Alaska: It Lurks Beneath the Ice »


Missing in Alaska Marathon

Posted by: Ken Gerhard on September 24th, 2015

This Saturday, September 26th – H2 Network will be running another MISSING IN ALASKA marathon… starting @ 6pm EST. In addition to replaying the 3 episodes that debuted recently, they will be premiering brand new episodes…

Read: Missing in Alaska Marathon »


The Tsmok Statue at Lake Lepel, Belarus – Aquatic Dragon, Flippered Water-Deer, or Long-Necked Seal?

Posted by: Karl Shuker on September 16th, 2015

Tsmok Lepel unveiled, cmokDOTbudzmaDOTorg, close-up

On 8 August 2015, the city of Lepel in Belarus’s Vitebsk Province hosted an international festival of mythology entitled ‘On a Visit to Lepel Tsmok’ . Among the varied array of subjects featured in this festival’s talks and presentations was Lepel’s very own legendary monster, one that was once virtually unknown to the outside world. Thanks to a wonderful statue here, however, all that is now changing, rapidly.

Read: The Tsmok Statue at Lake Lepel, Belarus – Aquatic Dragon, Flippered Water-Deer, or Long-Necked Seal? »


Update: Mystery Creature Carcass Identified?

Posted by: Markus Hemmler on September 14th, 2015

Let me add some explanations: In general it’s obviously a larger marine creature, so I considered larger known, recent marine creatures (namely cetacean or sharks) at first for identification and not a sturgeon as suggested.

Read: Update: Mystery Creature Carcass Identified? »


A Manifestation of Monsters is Here!

Posted by: Karl Shuker on September 13th, 2015

I’m delighted to announce that my latest book, A Manifestation of Monsters: Examining the (Un)Usual Subjects, is now in print, published by Anomalist Books. It contains a superb foreword by my good friend and fellow cryptozoologist Ken Gerhard, and its front cover is sumptuously illustrated with a truly spectacular cryptozoological painting by hugely-talented artist Michael J. Smith that directly inspired me to write this book.

Read: A Manifestation of Monsters is Here! »


Not Nessie, It’s the River Tay Monster

Posted by: John Kirk on September 4th, 2015

There is a long history of the River Tay cryptid. It has nothing whatsoever to do with the Loch Ness Monster. This is a separate entity that rises to the surface occasionally. There is footage of a similar animal here

Read: Not Nessie, It’s the River Tay Monster »



Cryptomundo Merch On Sale Now!

CryptoMerch

Connect with Cryptomundo

Cryptomundo FaceBook Cryptomundo Twitter Cryptomundo Instagram Cryptomundo Pinterest

Advertisers



Creatureplica Fouke Monster Everything Bigfoot Sybilla Irwin



Advertisement




|Top | FarBar|



Attention: This is the end of the usable page!
The images below are preloaded standbys only.
This is helpful to those with slower Internet connections.