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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Minnesota Iceman Found and Sold

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 21st, 2013

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Recently, the Minnesota Iceman “body”, exhibit signage and display was listed for sale on eBay for a buy it now price of $20,000.

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The Weirdest Museum of All

Posted by: Nick Redfern on January 30th, 2013

This past weekend I was lecturing down at the Austin, Texas-based Museum of the Weird, along with good friends and authors Ken Gerhard (Big Bird! and Monsters of Texas) and Lyle Blackburn (The Beast of Boggy Creek).

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Why Toys? Help The International Cryptozoology Museum Preserve Cryptozoology’s Cultural History

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 17th, 2013

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Become a #Museum #Hero.

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Cryptomundo Night at the Museum

Posted by: Nick Redfern on January 4th, 2013

Saturday, January 26th, 2012
3:00pm to 10:00pm

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 on January 26th at the Museum of the Weird in Austin, TX:

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Thank You For Giving To The International Cryptozoology Museum In 2012

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 31st, 2012

Any amount helps. Thank you.

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Cryptozoologist, Fortean, Social Scientist, Museum Director Loren Coleman: A Complete Book List

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 31st, 2012

#Books @CryptoLoren

The Complete Bibliography. Wikipedia does not have the full list. Here’s my attempt.

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Primate Visits

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 29th, 2012


The rock group surveys the International #Cryptozoology #Museum.

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@CryptoLoren 2012

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 27th, 2012


Why does Lady Gaga have 31 million followers? And I don’t yet have 1000?

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Do Yetis Kill Humans?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 19th, 2012


Jeff Meuse was playing “Where’s Waldo” with #Yeti depictions.

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