Archive for the “Mapinguary”
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on August 5th, 2014
Across the American wilderness, millions of acres of uncharted swamplands and underground lairs are rumored to be inhabited by unidentified monsters. Generations of speculation have piqued the curiosity of nearby communities and monster enthusiasts alike, but none have come close to solving the mystery of what these elusive creatures are… until now.
Read: Destination America: Monsters Underground »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 29th, 2014
Let’s have a little fun here amongst your fellow Cryptomundians…
Read: What’s Your Cryptid Name? »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 4th, 2013
One might argue how much faith Oren should put in anecdotal evidence provided to him by 50 or so people who say they’ve had encounters with the sloth. Still, it seems odd that scientists, of all people, would question the search for anything thought to be elusive or even impossible to find. Think of the naysayers who used to scoff every time Carl Sagan said there had to be other planets orbiting other suns in other solar systems; now other planets are discovered so often it’s hard to keep track of how many there are.
Read: Speaking of the Mapingauri… »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 31st, 2012
The Complete Bibliography. Wikipedia does not have the full list. Here’s my attempt.
Read: Cryptozoologist, Fortean, Social Scientist, Museum Director Loren Coleman: A Complete Book List »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 7th, 2012
For generations, tales of a creature called the mapinguari have been passed down among Amazonian villagers. They describe a tall, shaggy beast that attacks with little warning, calling out with a deafening roar. In the world’s largest rainforest, new species are discovered every few days, and after hearing stories from villagers who claim they came face to face with the creature, Richard Terry tries to determine whether the mapinguari is more than a myth.
Read: Man v. Monster: Brazilian Bigfoot on Nat Geo Wild Tonight! »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on June 24th, 2012
Tracking the Mapinguari…
Read: A Beast, Bolivia & Brazil »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 6th, 2012
#Anthropology #Hominology #Cryptozoology #Terms
What is the history of the confusion here?
Read: Origins of the Terms: Homin vs. Hominin »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 23rd, 2011
The ultimate in Wildpeople genealogy has been charted for your consideration. Chart and images.
Read: Santa’s Family Tree »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 26th, 2011
#Cryptozoology The old circus truck hangs around the edges of this story.
Read: Giant Sloth in Ohio River Valley? »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 7th, 2011
Jeff Meldrum, Ph. D., has created a new journal. Images.
Read: The Relict Hominoid Inquiry »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 15th, 2011
What did you think? The reviews are still coming in. Updated with New Images.
Read: “Definitive Guide” to Bigfoot [Updated With New Images] »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 11th, 2011
A comprehensive critique of this new series includes the exclusive release of images of the renderings of Orang Pendek. Many photos.
Read: Loren Coleman Reviews “Beast Hunter” »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 22nd, 2011
Beast Hunter is hosted by Pat Spain, a biologist and explorer who travels the globe in search of mythical creatures, immersing himself amongst the tribes, people and cultures on his quest to find the truth between fact and fiction.
Read: New CryptoZoo TV Series: Beast Hunter on Nat Geo »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 11th, 2011
Where’s the smoking gun for the stance of the claims? Images.
Read: Myakka And Multiple Models Again »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 2nd, 2010
Herewith, the best works on cryptids, monsters, and creatures that were published in 2010 are assembled here for your use and interest. Plus get some sneak peeks at 2011. Images.
Read: Top 20 Cryptozoology Books of 2010 »