Hominologist Dr. Marie-Jeanne Koffmann was most recently named The Cryptozoologist of the Year 2020 by the International Cryptozoology Society / International Cryptozoology Museum.
Paul Smith painted a self-portrait, May 2021. He entitled it “Farewell.”
Pat Sparks was the steward of the artifacts of her husband’s sighting.
He published books on creatures, weird phenomena, and flying saucers.
The later years grew kinder for Di Francis’ findings and interesting reports.
With COVID-19, it was a sad, calm year.
2020, The Cryptozoologist of the Year, Dr. Marie-Jeanne Koffmann, Lifetime Achievement Award, Christopher L. Murphy, Year in Review
The year of 2020 was awful, we all know that. We lost many.
The discoveries yet to be found in the DNA of the Pangboche “Yeti finger” may remain in the future, thanks to Dr. Sykes.
What a year. Now take a look at the romantic zoology books that helped us escape the reality of 2020.