Archive for “March, 2008”

Bigfoot & Dranginis in the Classroom

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 16th, 2008

Bigfooter William Dranginis of Manassas, Virginia, shares the following experience about his time using Bigfoot in the classroom: I was contacted by a local Science teacher a couple years ago and asked to come to her class and speak to them about the Bigfoot creatures and how one goes about researching a creature that the […]

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Pinky Expedition: High Walking

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 15th, 2008

In the quest for cryptids, various lines of inquiry usually are pursued to discover the realm of mundane observations that may have been converted into the extraordinary. Today, I look at the role of crocodilians, especially the American alligator, in any confusion with Pinky. Since coming to Florida, including observations this year, I’ve now viewed […]

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Rebsamen Tribute: Scott T. Norman

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 15th, 2008

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Happy Birthday, Scott T. Norman

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 15th, 2008

It seems most appropriate that as I find myself trying to unravel the tales and sightings of a decidedly unique series of sightings of a seemingly “American dinosaur species,” a living one at that, my thoughts would turn to the late dino hunter, Scott Thomas Norman. Scott would have been 44 years old today, March […]

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Pinky Expedition: Investigative Breakthrough

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 14th, 2008

Sometimes when investigating cryptids, it’s not how you ask but who and what you are asking about that gets some more insightful answers. It was a good day in the Pinky expedition journey. On Thursday, March 13, 2008, besides checking out more wildlife along the St. Johns River and at the Zoological Park of Sanford, […]

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Norman Memorial Reminder

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 14th, 2008

The following reminder was sent along by the organizer of Scott’s remembrance, Cheryl Hart: Memorial to Honor Scott Norman Saturday, March 15th, 2008 @ 1PM Eastside Christian Church 2505 Yorba Linda Blvd Fullerton, California 92831 714.871.6844 Reception to follow NOTE: Memorial is being held on what would have been Scott’s 44th birthday! Feel free to […]

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The Last Bigfoot?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 14th, 2008

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Pinky Expedition: Dinosaur World

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 13th, 2008

Since I’m exploring the Florida wilds of the St. Johns River, looking for evidence or indications of Pinky, the living dinosaur, I thought I’d take a side trek into civilization to visit Dinosaur World. Located just north of Tampa, it is off I-4, at Exit 17 in Plant City. It took me several hours of […]

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Wild Man of The Navidad, Humm?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 13th, 2008

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Pinky Expedition: St. Johns River, Part 2

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 12th, 2008

My search for Pinky continues. But I am becoming convinced from my exploration of the central St. Johns River area that Pinky reports are a probable event of the recent past, and mostly a foggy memory, at best. No current knowledge of these animals or cryptids is contemporarily apparent. The draft of the river in […]

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The Hobbit Hunt

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 12th, 2008

The discovery that Homo floresiensis survived until so very recently, in geological terms, makes it more likely that stories of other mythical, human-like creatures such as Yetis are founded on grains of truth….Now, cryptozoology, the study of such fabulous creatures, can come in from the cold.Henry Gee, editor of Nature, “Flores, God and Cryptozoology,” 2004 […]

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Best & Bottom Bigfoot Flicks

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 12th, 2008

David Coleman (above, no relation) is one of the founders of BijouFlix and author of the novel, Ancient Lake. Today, he is my guest blogger. +++++++ As a distributor (shameless plug!) of Bigfoot movies, I am biased. But as a lover of Bigfoot films, I can’t help but feel the Best & Worst List is […]

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Yucatan Gorillas

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 11th, 2008

French cryptozoologist Michel Raynal writes: “You may remember that in the Ameranthropoid saga, there is a frequent mention of gorilla-like statues found in Yucatan. Montandon alluded to these statues in 1929, and published an article with photographs in 1931.” Raynal shares these with Cryptomundo: Link to document. Gorilla-like statues in Yucatan

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Pinky Report: St. Johns River, Part 1

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 11th, 2008

I only have a few moments as the evolved dinosaurs (birds) have overwhelmed my travel log, to record some thoughts before I get back out there. My boat excursions yesterday, captained separately by Rebecca and later Peter (out of the Blue Springs State Park), local natives well-educated in the local fauna and flora along the […]

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Pygmy Hippo Photographed in Liberia

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 11th, 2008

The endangered pygmy hippopotamus, a classic animal of cryptozoological discovery, has been snapped on camera. The pygmy hippo is rarely seen in the wild but was photographed in west Africa, in Liberia’s national park. It may signal a higher secretive population in its range than previously thought. The pygmy hippo (Hexaprotodon liberiensis) is classified on […]

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