The year of 2021 continued the awfulness of the pandemic, and death surrounded us, even in cryptozoology.
The Top Cryptozoology Deaths of 2021
World’s Foremost Ogopogo Researcher Arlene Gaal, 84, Dies
Arlene Gaal became the reporting station for sightings of Ogopogo and as the years progressed the data accumulated would easily fill a moderately sized room.
Gonzo Fortean Writer Skylaire Alfvegren Dies Suddenly
“Witchcraft always has a hard time, until it becomes established and changes its name.” –Charles Fort
Champ Cryptozoologist Scott Mardis, 57, Dies Suddenly
Remembrances of Scott Mardis from Ted Krulos and Kelly Milner Halls give more information to ponder on how dedicated the man was to his passion for cryptozoology.
Bigfoot Artist Paul A. Smith, 67, Dies
Paul Smith painted a self-portrait, May 2021. He entitled it “Farewell.”
Whitehall Bigfoot Guardian Pat Sparks Dies
Pat Sparks was the steward of the artifacts of her husband’s sighting.
The Cryptozoology Deaths of 2020
The year of 2020 was awful, we all know that. We lost many.
Bryan Sykes Dies: Brought Genetics Credibility to Hominology Studies
The discoveries yet to be found in the DNA of the Pangboche “Yeti finger” may remain in the future, thanks to Dr. Sykes.
Richard Corben, Comic Book Artist, Dies
Corben inked Swamp Thing comics (#7 and #8), which had the character “Coleman Wadsworth” in it.
Florida Cryptozoologist Scott Marlowe Dies
Crypto-Man, Scott Marlowe’s alter-ego, has left the stage.
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