The striking red marine Japanese cryptid is said to be an enormous octopus-like or squid-like creature, reaching sizes of up to 110 meters in length. Images. Mystery Man pens a guest blog from Japan.
Did they ever find out what the Varmint was? Could it have been one of those frequently-reported melanistic mystery cats?
This special guest blog by Carolyn Ettinger, founder of the Central Virginia Cryptozoology Club, is a compilation of recent and historical information on cryptozoology courses.
Loren is still on the road, trying to keep in contact remotely. In the meantime, guest blogger Brent Swancer continues his examination of the Ainu, with part II of his contribution from Saturday. If you recall, he left us noting that the focus of the debate swirling around one theory on the origins of the Ainu involves a curious piece of fossil evidence called the Kennewick Man (which was studied by a team that included paleoanthropologist Grover Krantz before his death). The Ainu and the Kennewick Man by Brent Swancer December 8, 2008. The Kennewick Man, also sometimes referred to [...]
Where did they come from and why are they found in Japan? Taller than average Japanese, the Ainu typically have a long skull, light complexion, heavy facial hair, and Caucasian features. Today’s guest blogger is Brent Swancer. Images.
Can Bigfoot “sense” human activity through the electronic items that humans bring into the interactions? Can Sasquatch “hear” cameras?
The “Japanese Bigfoot” is commonly referred to as the Hibagon, said to lurk in the forests of Mt. Hiba in Northern Hiroshima, from which it gains its namesake, as well as its surrounding areas. Many images.
Did you know there is an on-line course in cryptozoology? A guest blogger shares details.
Is there a cryptid Sea Lion that persists today in the Sea of Japan? This is another guest blog by Brent Swancer. Several images.
Brent Swancer has sent along another guest blog contribution that enhances and extends the information in his first Tsuchinoko posting.