Archive for the “Sea Monsters”
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 11th, 2014
Remember back in the early days of Cryptomundo, we received footage of a purported Cryptid Mammal Reptile or Prehistoric Seal?
This dates back to 2006, so many of you may not remember.
Read: Florida Sea Monster Footage »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 31st, 2014
Tonight at 7 PM EST Discovery is re-airng the Hillstranded Cadbosaurus show as a two part special and calling it Alaskan Monster Hunt: The Lost Footage.
Is this going to contain the lost footage that John Kirk talked about previously here on Cryptomundo?
Has the lost footage been found?
With added facts, tweets, and bonus scenes – The Hillstrand brothers are out to catch a monster in the Alaskan wilderness in this “Lost Footage” extended special.
Read: Alaskan Monster Hunt: The Lost Footage »
Posted by: Max Hawthorne on May 27th, 2014
Here’s an interesting photo of a great white shark doing what looks like an underwater tail-stand. What I like about it is, when you check out the bottom right, there appears to be a strange, mottled, V-shaped image that almost looks like something holding the shark in its “mouth.”
Read: Great White Snack? »
Posted by: John Kirk on May 27th, 2014
Got the go ahead today to let everyone have a look at the front and back covers of Discovering Cadborosaurus the new book by Paul LeBlond, Jason Walton and myself.
Jason did the cover artwork and it’s absolutely stunning. The Caddy in the illustration is a composite of various sightings. We are damn proud of this book and can’t wait until the autumn when it is released.
Read: Discovering Cadborosaurus »
Posted by: John Kirk on May 26th, 2014
In December last year, MSNBC came up to Canada to interview me for a program on cryptids which was part of the Caught on Camera series.
We talked for about two hours and much of this was recorded on video.
Finally nearly six months later, the cryptid episode aired.
Read: Caught on Camera: Eerie and Alien Reviewed »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 25th, 2014
Brought to you by the folks behind Sharknado, comes Blood Lake: Attack of the Killer Lampreys.
Airing Sunday, May 25th at 9 PM ET/PT on Animal Planet.
Animal Planet? Not SyFy?
Read: Blood Lake: Attack of the Killer Lampreys »
Posted by: Katy Elizabeth on May 22nd, 2014
A Vermont man has whittled years of waiting and waiting and waiting down to 90 pages of helpful hints ideal for anyone searching for an elusive 20-foot-long sea creature.
Read: Touched by a Sea Monster »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 20th, 2014
It was 1996, in the mid-Atlantic, aboard a U.S. Coast Guard training ship.
“The crew have this thing in sight — and it’s only a ‘thing’ — for about 25 minutes,” O’Neill said. “It’s circling around their ship — nobody logs it; nobody reports it to anyone.”
Read: Sea Serpent Sighted by U.S. Coast Guard Training Ship Crew »
Posted by: Scott Mardis on May 4th, 2014
Like many people, I’ve followed the hunts for the Loch Ness Monster, Sasquatch, and an assortment of other cryptids, over the years. Given the vastness of our largely unexplored oceans, it wouldn’t surprise me to have a supposedly extinct marine predator turn up entangled in a trawler’s net tomorrow. You just never know. ~ Max Hawthorne
Read: Q & A With Kronos Rising Author »
Posted by: Monster Island News on April 29th, 2014
For the filmmakers overseeing such a complex operation, there was perhaps nothing more challenging or exhilarating than the creation of its main event. “Toho had given us their blessing to re-envision the character, but it was equally important to us as well as Toho that Godzilla look like Godzilla,” Tull says. “We wanted to bring him into contemporary reality while not steering too far from the classic silhouette that so many of us grew up with, and Gareth and the entire team walked that line with passion and inspiration.”
Read: Godzilla – Breathing New Life into a 60-year-old Legend »
Posted by: Scott Mardis on April 28th, 2014
Freed by chance geologic events from the refuge that saved its kind 65 million years previously, a Mesozoic horror rises to engulf a quaint East Coast Florida town. An 80-foot eating machine that’s neither fish nor mammal, the relentless beast wreaks havoc in the already-complicated lives of several disparate people: a former Olympic fencing champion turned small town sheriff, a conservationist/marine biologist and a psychotic politician. Some other Mesozoic dietary staples of this monster make cameos along the way, as well as some familiar “sea monsters” of modern oceans.
Read: Reviewed: Kronos Rising »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 11th, 2014
Rare Video Shows “Sea Serpent” Oarfish in Shallow Water
Bizarre deep-sea oarfish are filmed off Baja California.
Read: “Sea Serpents” Filmed in Shallow Water! »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on April 7th, 2014
“The waterways of Japan have long been home to many mysteries, with a large number of accounts of various strange creatures lurking in the depths of Japans rivers, lakes, and coasts…”
Read: Mystery River Mammals of Japan »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 7th, 2014
You might still hear about a UFO sighting or two in Maine – or maybe a report of a large beast in the woods. But it’s much less common to hear modern accounts of the sea serpent. There was a time, though, when such sightings were much more common, and reported by upstanding citizens. In the latest installment of our occasional series, Maine’s Hidden History, Maine Things Considered host Tom Porter turns once again to Portland historian Herb Adams.
Read: Maine’s Great Sea Serpent: Fact or Fiction? »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 6th, 2014
Ben Franklin’s uncle saw a sea serpent?
Read: Tales of a Sea Serpent »