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Praise for the Hairy Man

Posted by: Nick Redfern on February 26th, 2014

“Now, whether or not you will agree with the thoughts, ideas and conclusions of our authors (as well as the observations of the people they interview), it’s an undeniable fact that Praise for the Hairy Man is a book that deserves your attention.”

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Lizard Man Reviewed

Posted by: David Weatherly on February 8th, 2014

A lot of cryptozoology books have come out in the past couple of years but I’m always pleased to have my hands on a new book by author and cryptozoologist Lyle Blackburn.

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Animals & Men: Issue 51

Posted by: Nick Redfern on February 7th, 2014

“A feature on the latest CFZ quest to find the Orang Pendek of Sumatra…”

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Something Lurks in the Woods…

Posted by: Nick Redfern on February 5th, 2014

“…Large, shadowy and creepy woods curiously provoke wonder, intrigue and mystery in all of us – even if we’re not overly sure why. We imagine them to be filled with mysterious creatures; those diabolical half-human monsters, winged and nightmarish beasts, and paranormal animals that lurk in the shadows of the thick trees…”

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Dead Bigfoot: A True Story Reviewed

Posted by: Lyle Blackburn on December 23rd, 2013

If you follow bigfoot research, you’ve no doubt heard the controversial name of Justin Smeja. Smeja is, of course, the bear hunter who claims to have shot and killed a juvenile sasquatch in the Sierra mountains in 2010. Since coming forward, his story has been widely spread on the internet (through both interviews and a small documentary), and lately featured in several television shows including Bigfoot: The New Evidence. The DNA evidence has been analyzed, but still the question remains: did Smeja actually kill a bigfoot?

These type of stories tend to polarize the bigfoot community as researchers struggle to sort out the truth. In an effort to do just that, bigfoot researcher and independent filmmaker, Ro Sahebi, in association with The Sierras Evidence Initiative, has created a new feature documentary titled Dead Bigfoot: A True Story. In the doc, Sahebi interviews the witnesses, initiates a polygraph test, and takes a look at the various shreds of evidence that have thus far been presented.

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Forbidden Bigfoot: Reviewed

Posted by: Nick Redfern on December 4th, 2013

“Well, it’s time for me to get on my Bigfoot soapbox again. Or, in other words, get the collective blood-pressure of the ‘flesh and blood’ brigade soaring through the roof.”

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The Dark Side of Flying Humanoids

Posted by: Nick Redfern on November 20th, 2013

“For my first article of this week, I thought I would do something a bit different: namely a review of a lecture I attended just this past weekend. It was given by good friend and fellow seeker of strange creatures, Ken Gerhard…”

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Karl Shuker’s Mirabilis Reviewed

Posted by: Nick Redfern on September 13th, 2013

“…we see Karl putting on his Sherlock Holmes-style cape and deer-stalker hat, and actually trying to figure out – detective-style – what the many and varied baffling beasts under his microscope actually are…”

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Reviewed: Encounters With Flying Humanoids

Posted by: Nick Redfern on September 10th, 2013

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A few days ago, I received a review copy of the new book from cryptozoologist Ken Gerhard. Published by Llewellyn, its title is Encounters With Flying Humanoids. Ken is the author of a number of previous books, including Monsters Are Real, Big Bird!, and (with me) Monster of Texas. And, I’m very pleased to say, the book does not disappoint. Indeed, I read the whole thing in one sitting – which is a sure sign that the book is a very good one!

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Matt Bille Reviews Abominable Science

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 8th, 2013


Loxton and Prothero have written a very good book, which I reviewed on Amazon as a 4.5 star effort (I’ll explain why I had to downgrade it just a bit) that goes on the “must reading” list for anyone interested in cryptozoology. I’ve been following this field for decades now without seeing anything that fills this niche – that of the scientific, skeptical (in the good sense of the word) consideration of the entire field and its most spectacular maybe-creatures.

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Abominable Science Author Answers Perez

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 7th, 2013

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Daniel Loxton answers Daniel Perez’s questions about the book.

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Variety Reviews Willow Creek

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 5th, 2013

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The power of suggestion substitutes for onscreen scares as a couple wanders off the grid in Northern California in search of Sasquatch.

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Bill Munns on Abominable Science

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 5th, 2013

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This book entitled “Abominable Science” achieves a level of scientific and journalistic hypocrisy that warrants the publisher recalling the book. The reason is that one of the co-authors, Daniel Loxton, has written a fairly substantial portion of this book practicing the very “abominable science” the book proportedly sets out to expose. In other words, he has demonstrated a journalistic or scientific hypocrisy that is either grossly negligent, grossly incompetent, or so blatantly biased that he humiliates the scientific process and journalistic professionalism alike.

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Bigfoot Times Reviews Abominable Science

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 3rd, 2013

Daniel Perez, veteran Bigfooter and editor and publisher of the Bigfoot Times newsletter, has given permission to share his review of Abominable Science.

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Tim Dinsdale: The Man Who Filmed Nessie

Posted by: Nick Redfern on July 31st, 2013

Here’s a newly-published biography that no fan of Cryptozoology should be without: The Man Who Filmed Nessie…

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