Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 5th, 2014
Archive for the “Yeti”
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 10th, 2014
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 4th, 2014
Could these howls be the work of the Abominable Snowman?
Read: Convincing Sounds in Nepal »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on January 1st, 2014
“…a healthy bit of crossover between the worlds of horror fiction and Forteana.”
Read: Werewolfsquatch! »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 29th, 2013
Abominable Snowman premieres tonight at 9 PM E/P followed by Nepal: Behind the Scenes at 11 PM.
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 20th, 2013
Monsters don’t exist. Except when they do. And extinction is forever, except when it isn’t. So, which animals are mythical and which are in hiding?
Read: Skeptic Check: Monster Mashup »
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…
Read: MonsterTalk: Cryptozoologicon »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 12th, 2013
C. M. Kosemen on the Cryptozoologicon Book Launch
Read: A New Approach To Cryptozoology »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 11th, 2013
Darren Naish’s talk at the launch of the Cryptozoologicon… speculative zoology, scepticism, cryptozoology
Posted by: Adam Davies on December 10th, 2013
This article appears in all the international publications of the Metro. In it,I discuss the importance of analysing evidence and cryptids carefully. I do however recognise that there will always be a place for lovable eccentrics in the field.
Posted by: Dave Coleman on December 6th, 2013
This cute item is not for Homo sapiens, alas, but their best friends. You may laugh, but..? If you live near the woods like me? You’ll thank yer lucky stars later you trained your dawgs to hunt down invasive cryptids later, word!
Read: Yeti in the Dog House »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on November 30th, 2013
I do a series of lectures each November for Dallas’ Highland Park School District on the Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, the Chupacabras, the Yeti etc. And every year the teachers have the kids (aged around 7 or 8 approx) mail me drawings and letters of the things they liked and learned from the lectures. And here’s a few of the latest…
Read: CryptoKids Artwork »
Posted by: Dave Coleman on November 30th, 2013
A series of illustrated panels explaining the history of Yeti and human encounters was printed in the December 1957 issue of Popular Science. Called “Science Closes In on the Abominable Snowman,” such widely-read articles stirred the interest of the reading public and film producers eager to sensationalize the reports further.
Posted by: Adam Davies on November 27th, 2013
The science provided by Professor Sykes, was first rate however. I know Professor Sykes personally, and consider him to be an honourable man. He has not been involved in any government cover up nor is he motivated by money as has also been suggested by some. He simply says it as he sees it and analyses what he finds in an objective manner. He is the most outstanding mind in his field.
Read: Bigfoot and Science »