The September 3, 2017 event will be a scientific and popular culture gathering that is five-minutes from the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine.
How could a television program “prove” the existence of a cryptid, anyway?
An intriguing exhibit is in the Museum’s future.
During 2016, the ICM experienced a series of ground-breaking developments that will propel it into 2026 and beyond.
One thought from discoveries revealed in 2016…
Harris was a well-known Point Pleasant, West Virginia, personality.
Here is a quick overview of the top areas of the high and low points of cryptozoology for the last year.
John Placyk, a University of Texas herpetologist, confirmed the skin shed was an anaconda skin.
Sometimes those who pass away in the Bigfoot community are friends beyond headlines and television shows.
Interesting that 2016′s Wessie is reported to be 10 feet long, as were the two snakes seen in Maine in 1878 and 1895.