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Plesiosaur Peril and the Prehistoric Survivor Paradigm

Posted by: Scott Mardis on March 11th, 2014

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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.

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Carl Sagan and the Loch Ness “Monsters”

Posted by: Scott Mardis on March 10th, 2014

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“The most famous photograph has now been shown to be a fake, but could there be an unknown mammal or even reptile of large dimension swimming in a Scottish lake? Sure there could. That we don’t know about? Sure there could. Who say’s no?”

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My Top 10 Cryptozoological Locations in Britain

Posted by: Karl Shuker on March 3rd, 2014

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What do Cannock Chase, Renwick, Exmoor, Drummans, Falmouth Bay, and Bala Lake all have in common? If I added Loch Ness to the list, I’m sure that you’d guess much more readily. Yes indeed, they are all locations in Britain linked to sightings of mystery creatures.

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Loch Ness Monster Dead?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 11th, 2014

A lack of reported sightings has been described as “upsetting”

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Archived: Finding Bigfoot in Deep Ellum

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 10th, 2014

The archives from last night’s show.

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Cryptid Olympics

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 9th, 2014

As you can see, Bigfoot (Sasquatch, Yeti, Abominable Snowman) has won gold, the Loch Ness Monster snagged the silver, and Waldo must go home with Bronze because although he is very good at hiding, he has actually been found by millions of children on a fairly regular basis. In my opinion, he could take a lesson from Bigfoot.

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Bownessie is BACK!

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 4th, 2014

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Making waves: Is this disturbance on the lake a sign that Bownessie really exists?

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Legend of Loch Ness

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 3rd, 2014

UK Viewers:

For the first time ever Jeremy will be investigating on his home turf! Tomorrow’s episode, Legend of Loch Ness Part 1, sees Jeremy in the UK, searching for monsters in Scotland. Catch the first of this two part special tomorrow on itv at 7:30pm.

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A British Dragon?

Posted by: Nick Redfern on January 28th, 2014

“Its author, David Rose was an established Scottish antiquarian, who wrote, however, on some unusual themes including the Loch Ness Monster and a suspect earthquake.”

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Nessies of the Multiple Kind

Posted by: Nick Redfern on January 7th, 2014

“So how many sighting reports do you think have been made which mention more than one creature?”

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Nessie: A 2013 Round-Up

Posted by: Nick Redfern on January 1st, 2014

“The year two thousand and thirteen draws to a close and it is time to look back and reflect on what has happened in terms of the Loch Ness Monster and events elsewhere which have an eye towards Loch Ness…”

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Of Monsters and Mysteries; Roy Mackal Chased the Unknown

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 28th, 2013

Roy Mackal was part of a unique and sometimes ridiculed fraternity of explorers whose members are never happier than when they are sinking waist-deep into the unguent mud of the jungle or navigating the skirling fog of Loch Ness.

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Nessie Vs. Kelpie

Posted by: Nick Redfern on December 27th, 2013

“…Perhaps the single most impressive thing about Nessie is that prior to 1933 accounts are hard to come by: in fact, they are almost embarrassing in terms of their absence…”

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When Nessie Met Darwin…

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 19th, 2013

In books and on screen, lots of famous names have had run-ins with Nessie, from Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Who to, most recently Asterix the Gaul.

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MonsterTalk: Cryptozoologicon

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 19th, 2013

Darin Naish returns to MonsterTalk to discuss his latest book, Cryptozoologicon: Volume I. From the well known to the very obscure, this book takes three looks at monsters. It critically examines them, but also speculates on what they might be like if they were real…

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