We shall share the endings and discoveries that made the year memorable.
All deaths are deeply experienced, and we pause to remember those who have passed away.
Bill Dranginis searched for Bigfoot and Champ. He found friends and students.
The ten best books produced on cryptozoology in 2018 were dominated by personalized collected discussions of cryptids.
The conference will occur over three days, featuring talks from leaders in the field, the sale of unique items and goods from specialized vendors, as well as an opportunity to network and expand your knowledge in the amazing field of cryptozoology.
With Jenny W. Coleman’s approval by the International Cryptozoology Museum’s Board of Director to the directorship, the ICM demonstrates its commitment to reinforcing the role of women in cryptozoology and in the leadership of the field.
The below-the-radar Bigfooter, Steve Lindsey passed away this morning.
Dr. Anna Nekaris is a well-deserved recipient of the 2018 Golden Yeti, as this Cryptozoologist of the Year.
The Bigfoot is obviously a male but with no genitalia (probably due to the child marketing guidelines).
Since 2016, the Cryptozoologist of the Year has been awarded a “Golden Yeti” by the International Cryptozoology Museum.