Archive for the “Sea Monsters”
Posted by: Ken Gerhard on October 21st, 2016
Cryptozoologist Ken Gerhard, who has traveled around the world searching for evidence of mysterious animals, discussed a wide variety of creatures including Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, chupacabras, flying creatures, werewolves, lizard men, giant spiders, the Minnesota Iceman, and the Texas T. rex.
Read: Coast to Coast AM: Mysterious Cryptids »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on August 23rd, 2016
All the cryptozoological marvels are here, including Bigfoot, Yeti, the Loch Ness Monster and Chupacabra, along with lesser known monsters like Ogopogo, the Mongolian Death Worm, Jersey Devil, Boggy Creek Monster, Momo, Mokele-Mbembe, Real Wolfmen and many more!
Read: Monstro Bizarro »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on August 7th, 2016
The far reaches of the ocean are dark and cold and unsettling. Who even knows what creatures lurk in the murky waters of the Northern Atlantic or near the Mariana Trench. Though uncertain, there are certainly things living in these places; unusual sea creatures, with long sinewy bodies and razor sharp teeth; sea serpents. Strange ocean creatures that are the reason for today’s zany holiday, Sea Serpent Day!
Read: Happy Sea Serpent Day! »
Posted by: Seth Breedlove on July 25th, 2016
Minerva Monster Day is a cryptid-themed, small town festival that centers around the subject of a famous Bigfoot-type creature said to live near the town. While last years’ event acted as the official premiere for the Small Town Monsters’ production, Minerva Monster, this one will see screenings of multiple films across a variety of unusual creature topics from Bigfoot to Loch Ness Monster. The Minerva Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the event which will also play host to a speaking presentation from renowned museum curator, author and lecturer, Loren Coleman.
Read: Minerva Monster Day Returns to Ohio Town September 24th »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 6th, 2016
In 2014, Max Hawthorne’s KRONOS RISING, a novel about a monster pliosaur freed from an extinct caldera near Cuba, and its subsequent terrorization of a small Florida coastal community, became a huge hit with readers of sea monster fiction. Now, two years later, he has returned with the hotly demanded sequel, which takes the story in unexpected and surprising directions.
Read: Kronos Rising: Kraken Reviewed »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 2nd, 2016
Posted by: Max Hawthorne on May 1st, 2016
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 11th, 2016
There’s been another sighting of something ‘swimming’ in the Thames
Read: Return of the River Thames Monster »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 1st, 2016
Max Hawthorne’s “Kronos Rising” novel about a monster pliosaur wreaking havoc on a small Florida coastal town in modern times has been a marvelous hit with readers. Now, two years later, a sequel entitled “Kraken” is on the horizon, so we caught up with Max for more information.
Read: Release the Kraken »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 28th, 2016
This was on the cable car in Greenwich yesterday. something huge was moving under the water and then briefly surfaced. Are there whales in the Thames?? Or is it some weird submarine?
Read: Mysterious Giant Creature In The River Thames »
Posted by: Max Hawthorne on March 22nd, 2016
Posted by: Max Hawthorne on March 9th, 2016
(“Trunko” image credit: Bill Asmussen, Bill’s Hominid Artwork)
Read: Sea Monster ‘Exposed’ »
Posted by: Micah Hanks on March 7th, 2016
Could massive sea creatures still exist within the depths of the oceans? We’ll take a serious look at ancient sea “monsters”, as well as whether similar creatures might still exist today, on tonight’s Gralien Report!
Read: The Gralien Report: Massive Sea Creatures on the Radio Tonight »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 16th, 2016
The Loch Ness Monster, bigfoot and the yeti have long held a fascination for people the world over. Debates about their actual existence or what they might really be have continued for decades, if not centuries. Known also as cryptids, they have spawned a body of research known as cryptozoology. This entertaining book looks at the evidence of these mysterious monsters and others and explores what they might really be (if they exist at all), why they have been represented as they have and the development of cryptozoology and how it has collected data to discover more about these unknown creatures.
Read: Hunting Monsters: Cryptozoology and the Reality Behind the Myths »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 4th, 2015
On this incredible journey we reveal that Loch Ness was once part of America, giant dinosaurs, suspiciously similar to the fabled monster once roamed the area, and that the entire region was engulfed by huge volcanic eruptions as Scotland was ripped from its birth place on the American continent. Could the mythical Loch Ness monster be a descendant of the dinosaurs, somehow surviving in the murky waters of the loch?
Read: How The Earth Was Made: Loch Ness »