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.
The last recorded Atlas bear reportedly was killed by hunters in 1870 in the Tetouan Mountains in northern Morocco.
Some neighbors say “that’s not really a black bear.”
The three-day event is a serious, scientific cryptozoology conference being held near the site of the 1896 “Giant Octopus” beaching.
As with my past “top book lists” on cryptozoology, all of these books are strictly nonfiction adult books.
The conference has been delayed due to the Ebola scare.
Sykes said he hoped Coleman and other cryptozoologists would be taken more seriously. “They have been, I think, quite badly treated by scientists over the past 50 years,” he said.
We were not alone. Another has been found. Are we alone now?
In November 2007, I launched a new on-going, irregular feature at CryptoZooNews called “replica cryptia.”
My tradition of penning year-end lists of such news stories began at the turn of the century. Here is my list of lists.