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My Top 10 Cryptozoological Locations in Britain

Posted by: Karl Shuker on March 3rd, 2014

Loch Ness monster, Richard Svensson (2)
Nessie and family ((c) Richard Svensson)

What do Cannock Chase, Renwick, Exmoor, Drummans, Falmouth Bay, and Bala Lake all have in common? If I added Loch Ness to the list, I’m sure that you’d guess much more readily. Yes indeed, they are all locations in Britain linked to sightings of mystery creatures.

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Alaskan Marine Cryptid Update

Posted by: John Kirk on February 27th, 2014

In 2009, Kelly Nash and his sons Kyle and Jasen obtained footage of a group of unknown animals that were pursued by a pod of beluga whales in Nushagak Bay, Alaska.

I promised readers of Cryptomundo that I would continue to try and ascertain what happened to the missing footage of the animal that was a remarkable fit for a living, breathing version of the Naden Harbour carcass.

Read: Alaskan Marine Cryptid Update »


Garry Liimatta Open Sea Footage of Cadborosaurus?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 25th, 2014

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Did Gary Liimatta of Vancouver Island capture a Cadborosaurus on video in the 1970s?

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A Look Back at the 1962 Pensacola Florida Sea Serpent Incident

Posted by: Scott Mardis on February 21st, 2014

The May 1965 issue of FATE magazine featured the story “My Escape from a Sea Monster”, written by one Edward Brian McCleary. This was his supposedly true eyewitness account of himself and 4 friends being attacked by a “sea monster” of some sort off the coast of Pensacola, Florida on March 24, 1962. His four friends were allegedly either killed by this thing or drowned, McCleary being the only survivor.

Part 3

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A Look Back at the 1962 Pensacola Florida Sea Serpent Incident

Posted by: Scott Mardis on February 20th, 2014

The May 1965 issue of FATE magazine featured the story “My Escape from a Sea Monster”, written by one Edward Brian McCleary. This was his supposedly true eyewitness account of himself and 4 friends being attacked by a “sea monster” of some sort off the coast of Pensacola, Florida on March 24, 1962. His four friends were allegedly either killed by this thing or drowned, McCleary being the only survivor.

Part 2

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Contemplating the Con Rit

Posted by: Karl Shuker on February 16th, 2014

When it debuted in his classic tome In the Wake of the Sea-Serpents (1968), Dr Bernard Heuvelmans’s bold classification of sea serpents into no less than nine well-defined types was widely hailed within the cryptozoological community as a milestone in cryptid research, and it is still widely referred to today. However, the validity of certain […]

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Update: That Darn Cadborosaurus Footage Again!

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 15th, 2014

John Kirk researcher and cryptozoologist with the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club calls in to share some fascinating stories about his quest for the reported dinosaur Mokele Mbembe, the Cadborosauras and mainstream entertainment’s take on cryptozoology

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That Darn Cadborosaurus Footage Again!

Posted by: John Kirk on January 23rd, 2014

This footage has been discussed extensively here on Cryptomundo in the past: Alaskan Cadborosaurus

John Kirk updates us on the Caddy footage.

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Dead Sea: Don’t Go in the Water

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 15th, 2014

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We see a lot of Bigfoot Horror flicks, but not that many sea serpent ones…

Watch the full trailer here at Cryptomundo!

#deadsea #ItsFeedingTime #DontGoInTheWater

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Exposing Online Fakes and Frauds of the Cryptozoological Kind

Posted by: Karl Shuker on January 10th, 2014

The internet is the natural home of some very unnatural creatures – fakes, frauds, and the falsely identified. Many of them attract only fleeting, transient attention before being soundly exposed and permanently discredited. However, there is also a hardcore set whose members simply refuse to die – being revived time and time again by unsuspecting […]

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Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 30th, 2013

From dragons and serpents to many-armed beasts that preyed on ships and sailors alike, sea monsters have terrified mariners across all ages and cultures and have become the subject of many tall tales from the sea. Accounts of these creatures have also inspired cartographers and mapmakers, many of whom began decorating their maps with them to indicate unexplored areas or areas about which little was known. Whether swimming vigorously, gamboling amid the waves, attacking ships, or simply displaying themselves for our appreciation, the sea monsters that appear on medieval and Renaissance maps are fascinating and visually engaging. Yet despite their appeal, these monsters have never received the scholarly attention that they deserve.

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New/Old Caddy Video?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 23rd, 2013

I don’t know what the source of this video is to be able to verify its authenticity.

Check it out here and see if you know anything

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MonsterTalk: Cryptozoologicon

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 19th, 2013

Darin Naish returns to MonsterTalk to discuss his latest book, Cryptozoologicon: Volume I. From the well known to the very obscure, this book takes three looks at monsters. It critically examines them, but also speculates on what they might be like if they were real…

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Dead Sea: Don’t Go in the Water

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 18th, 2013

deadsea

We see a lot of Bigfoot Horror flicks, but not that many sea serpent ones…

Watch the trailer here at Cryptomundo!

#deadsea #ItsFeedingTime #DontGoInTheWater

Read: Dead Sea: Don’t Go in the Water »


A New Approach To Cryptozoology

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 12th, 2013

C. M. Kosemen on the Cryptozoologicon Book Launch

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