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Reminder: Meet the Minnesota Iceman Today!

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 13th, 2013

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Saturday, July 13th, 2013
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Museum of the Weird, in conjunction with the world’s foremost website on all things cryptid, Cryptomundo.com, will be hosting a very special event this Saturday, July 13th at the Museum of the Weird in Austin, TX:

THE MINNESOTA ICEMAN GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION!

Read: Reminder: Meet the Minnesota Iceman Today! »


Craig Woolheater Prepares SquatchIt Presentation for Minnesota Iceman Unveiling at Museum of the Weird in Austin Texas On July 13, 2013

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 12th, 2013

#SquatchIt #Minnesota Iceman

Craig Woolheater of Cryptomundo.com fame will be hosting the Minnesota Iceman unveiling at The Museum of the Weird in Austin Texas and presenting a special introduction to the new Bigfoot call device and novelty noisemaker, SquatchIt. Craig will demonstrate the operation of SquatchIt for those in attendance as well as unveil the SquatchIt crowd funding initiative scheduled for launch later in July. Craig will be joined by Lyle Blackburn, who will be signing copies of his books including, “The Beast of Boggy Creek”. Ken Gerhard, author and cryptozoologist, will also be presenting a historical overview of the Minnesota Iceman.

Read: Craig Woolheater Prepares SquatchIt Presentation for Minnesota Iceman Unveiling at Museum of the Weird in Austin Texas On July 13, 2013 »


Meet the Minnesota Iceman!

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 11th, 2013

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Saturday, July 13th, 2013
4:00PM-7:00PM

Museum of the Weird, in conjunction with the world’s foremost website on all things cryptid, Cryptomundo.com, will be hosting a very special event this Saturday, July 13th at the Museum of the Weird in Austin, TX:

THE MINNESOTA ICEMAN GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION!

Read: Meet the Minnesota Iceman! »


SquatchIt to Be Featured at Minnesota Iceman Event at The Museum of the Weird in Austin Texas on July 13 2013

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 9th, 2013

Craig Woolheater will be showing off the SquatchIt prototype on July 13, 2013 during the special Minnesota Iceman unveiling.

Read: SquatchIt to Be Featured at Minnesota Iceman Event at The Museum of the Weird in Austin Texas on July 13 2013 »


Transporting the Minnesota Iceman

Posted by: Lyle Blackburn on June 28th, 2013

It’s back! The 1960s sideshow attraction known as the “Minnesota Icemen” has resurfaced and taken up residence at the Museum of the Weird in Austin, Texas. The infamous gaff recently turned up on ebay with an asking price of $20,000. It was promptly sold to an undisclosed buyer, which turned out to be my friend Steve Busti, owner of the Museum of the Weird.

Details of the purchase remained under wraps until Tuesday night when the Minnesota Iceman was featured on the A&E network show, Shipping Wars. In order to transport the Iceman from Minnesota to Austin, Steve worked out a deal with the network. As part of the show, Steve and the driver Jennifer, stopped off in Fouke, Arkansas where they met up with myself and fellow cryptid researchers, Ken Gerhard, Chris Buntenbah, and John Attaway. We then took Steve and Jennifer into the woods near Boggy Creek for an evening of “bigfoot hunting.” The next day they continued the trip until finally reaching Austin.

Read: Transporting the Minnesota Iceman »


The Long Lost “Minnesota Iceman” Resurfaces… in Austin, Texas!

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 26th, 2013

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Now, after many years of its whereabouts being unknown, the long enduring mystery of “Where is the Minnesota Iceman?” can finally be answered.

Read: The Long Lost “Minnesota Iceman” Resurfaces… in Austin, Texas! »


Crypto-Prank-ology

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 25th, 2013

Tonight on A & E’s Shipping Wars at 9 Central: Jennifer hauls a cold, creepy, mysterious load… And that’s just the seller, who joins her to ensure the oddity he’s shipping makes it to its destination before unthaws.

Read: Crypto-Prank-ology »


Willow Creek Does Dallas

Posted by: Lyle Blackburn on June 11th, 2013

#bobcatgoldtwait #willowcreek #bigfoot #sasquatch

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Willow Creek is funny, suspenseful, scary, and altogether entertaining – something that is sorely lacking in most “bigfoot” films. In fact, I dare say Willow Creek is the best bigfoot film I’ve ever seen, save The Legend of Boggy Creek. (You knew I’d say that, right?).

Read: Willow Creek Does Dallas »


Dimetrodon Days Are Here Again

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 29th, 2013


This is an 11-foot (lifesize) model of the Permian predator Dimetrodon I am building to start a business building museum displays. I need funding to complete the model which is partially molded and will be finished in fiberglass when complete. Thank you for your consideration!

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Chris Murphy’s Sasquatch Mystery Museum Exhibit

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 22nd, 2013


Long-time sasquatch researcher and friend, Chris Murphy has recently built a virtual museum exhibition on the Sasquatch Canada website. As always, Chris has supplied excellent information and rare photographs and documents for our enjoyment.

Much of the information and archive photographs came directly from the godfather of modern bigfooting himself, John Green. Of particular interest to many will be John’s photographs from Blue Creek Mountain track event, as well as many significant footprints in the ground before they were cast. These include the Skeena River prints, Onion Mountain print, Hyampom print, and Cripple Foot prints.

Besides the prints, there are archives on the topic of bigfoot vocalizations, the Skookum Cast, Native tales, hand prints, the Patterson/Gimlin Film, and others. For any bigfooter, the website is a treasure trove of historical archives.

Read: Chris Murphy’s Sasquatch Mystery Museum Exhibit »


What Is It?

Posted by: Karl Shuker on May 21st, 2013

Here’s a curious illustration from a medieval bestiary in the Vatican Library. I’ve seen attempts on various websites to identify it as a sea-lion, though its trunk is surely more suggestive of an elephant seal – but what about its hoofed forelimbs?? Weird.

Read: What Is It? »


Video: Ten Years on the Trail of the Loch Ness Monster

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 11th, 2013

Loch Ness investigator Gordon Holmes is marking ten years of amateur research with an exhibition about the legendary monster – and has no intention of giving up searching.

Read: Video: Ten Years on the Trail of the Loch Ness Monster »


Top 5 Movie Monsters

Posted by: Nick Redfern on March 18th, 2013

Monsters and beasts of the big screen…

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320-year-old mystery solved thanks to ancient DNA

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 14th, 2013

University of Adelaide researchers have found the answer to one of natural history’s most intriguing puzzles – the origins of the now extinct Falkland Islands wolf and how it came to be the only land-based mammal on the isolated islands – 460km from the nearest land, Argentina.

Read: 320-year-old mystery solved thanks to ancient DNA »


Legends of Mysterious Slant-Eyed Giants

Posted by: KryptoKelly on February 25th, 2013

In at least a few instances, these involved the bones of what appeared to be “giant” bodies recovered from a number of burial mounds throughout the Eastern United States. While many such discoveries have been reported, and were even discussed in the reports of the Smithsonian’s Ethnology Bureau throughout the late 1890s, it seems very strange that such information nonetheless seems to have simply “vanished” from record after that period.

Read: Legends of Mysterious Slant-Eyed Giants »



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