Some good titles are coming for 2015.
From the work of Bill Munns, to Exists, to Sas-What, to the discovery of Indonesian coelacanth #7 and the olinguito, 2014 was a year of cryptozoology wonders.
My condolences to the families, friends, and associates of these folks.
During this last year, one individual stands out in cryptozoology for his work in pushing forward serious, thoughtful, analytic work on one specific piece of evidence.
As with my past “top book lists” on cryptozoology, all of these books are strictly nonfiction adult books.
Your Winter Gifts to Cryptozoologist Loren Coleman and the International Cryptozoology Museum Are Greatly Appreciated
Consider giving. Thank you.
I certainly would love to go look for that bird in Cuba!
Sykes Team Error: Yeti DNA Matches Modern Polar Bear; BBC Compounds Error, Says It Was Himalayan Bear
The conclusion that these Himalayan Yeti samples were certainly not from a hitherto unknown primate is unaffected, noted the Melton-Sartori-Sykes reply.
Twenty-fourteen was a year many of us lost several loved ones. I honor them all.