Archive for “January, 2007”

New Wounded Knee Sightings

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 27th, 2007

The Oglala Sioux Pine Ridge Reservation was the site last year of several close encounters with what appeared to be a large Bigfoot (often called “Big Man”). There’s news from sources at Wounded Knee, a few miles from Pine Ridge, that a new wave of activity has begun. It is my understanding there have been […]

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Where To Dig For Hobbits

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 27th, 2007

What’s wrong with this drawing? (The answer is below.) Homo floresiensis, the “Hobbits” of Indonesia have been in the news again lately. This week it was announced that the dig will start up anew at the same cave where all the previous discoveries have been made on Flores. First, a flashback: How important and significant […]

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Digging for Proof of Sasquatch

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 27th, 2007

On the trail of Bigfoot are Bob and Kathy Strain of Jamestown, seen here with a wooden replica of the creature and 14-inch castings of footprints left in the Willow Creek area after a famous 1967 sighting in Humbolt County. Amy Alonzo/The Union Democrat Archaeologist digs for proof of Sasquatch Published: January 26, 2007 By […]

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Ogopogo Witness Makes Stunning Recovery

Posted by: John Kirk on January 26th, 2007

Readers may remember that we wrote of the terrible accident that badly injured Ogopogo witness Josh Casorso. Josh was aboard a train in India when he went out on the roof to get a breath of fresh air and was then struck by 45,000 volts of electricity. See Ogopogo Witness Critically Ill in Indian Hospital […]

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We’ve Been Webby Nominated!

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 26th, 2007

Someone is watching us! Actually, lots of people. For several months, Cryptomundo has ranked #1 as the most popular cryptozoology site in the world, beating out, in overall rank by three times, the next most visited site, and by six times, the third ranked cryptozoology site. This week your universal praise and readership reached a […]

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Bigfoot Missing? Not Anymore

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 26th, 2007

Well, it looks like the missing Bigfoot Statue has been found. Looks like they didn’t even need to call out Rick Noll, Bigfoot Hunter. For the details regarding the theft of the statue, see Bigfoot Missing In Washington State here on Cryptomundo. Stolen statue found, minus the big feet STEVE MAYNARD; The News Tribune Published: […]

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Tapping ME and Beyond

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 26th, 2007

Maine is a cool state and a great one for writers. It is full of trees, megafauna, and lots of quiet spaces, only filled with the songs of birds and bubbling brooks. Maine has only a little over a million people who generally leave you alone when you want to be alone and are friendly […]

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Todd Standing: The Bigfoot Authority

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 26th, 2007

Todd Standing of Sylvanic fame, or is that infamy, has this to say about himself on his website: This question keeps getting asked, and the media keeps sensationalizing it, so I would like to take this journal entry to explain myself. The knowledge that my team and I have gained from our experiences in Sylvanic […]

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R. Crumb and Bigfoot

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 26th, 2007

Mark Frauenfelder recently posted at Boing Boing about the wonderful past era of beautiful art to be found on old covers of Fate. Mark also mentioned a recent blog by David Pescovitz about the New York Times article “Mr. and Mrs. Natural,” and the author of that article contacted Mark to say two of Fate […]

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Norwegian Lake Monster

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 26th, 2007

This picture is taken at a distance of about 20 metres at the Snaasa lake near Steinkjer i North Troendelag. (Photo: Einar Johannes Sandnes ) In Sweden and Norwary, sometimes, “sea serpent” is a term used for lake monsters. Sea serpent in Snaasa lake Is this a sea serpent? Einar Johannes Sandnes wonders if it […]

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Science and the Sasquatch

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 26th, 2007

The First Perspective, a First Nation newspaper out of Manitoba published a nice bi-monthly Bigfoot article series entitled Bigfoot Buzz. Go here to read the article archives on their website. This month’s article is a timely one, entitled Science’s Attitude Towards the Sasquatch. January 24, 2007 – with Terence Sakohianisaks Douglas The First Perspective (National […]

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Biscardi Redux

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 25th, 2007

Tom Biscardi, perhaps pondering how many $500 subscribers exist in the Willamette Valley, the most densely populated and agriculturally productive region of the state of Oregon. Reporter Ian Demsky of the Willamette Week was given the assignment to “dig up the dirt” on Tom Biscardi, due to a forthcoming “event” in their community. He interviewed […]

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Footprints Skunk Ape Doc

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 25th, 2007

The students keep going good p.r. When I see their production someday, I shall overview my thoughts here. Until then, in the meantime, here’s another story about the doc. BEASTLY FILM: Film students work on the production of Footprints, a documentary on the Everglades’ mysterious Skunk Ape, for a class project. Claudia Echeverria/Special to The […]

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Argentinean Lake Monster Doc

Posted by: John Kirk on January 25th, 2007

A documentary team from the U.S. is in Bariloche, Argentina to make a documentary about Nahuelito, the cryptid of Lago Nahuel-Huapi. The Mandt Brothers Productions crew is led by Naomi Grossman and according to Argentine newspapers, they hope to interview witnesses and talk to local scientists about the possibility of the creature’s existence. This follows […]

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New Cloud-Forest Rat Announced

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 25th, 2007

This illustration depicts Isothrix barbarabrownae, a newly discovered species of Neotropical rodent, in its arboreal habitat in the cloud-forests of Peru. (Frankly, dispute this being the orientation the drawing is being published in the press releases, I think the artist was showing this new species on a tree branch, not climbling up it.) The strikingly […]

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