The International Cryptozoology Museum Journal will be following the “Manual of Style” established by J. Richard Greenwell for the journal Cryptozoology.
International Cryptozoology Museum
Announcing The International Cryptozoology Museum Journal
Yeti, Jimmy Stewart, Bell and Book
The Year 1959 is when Stewart found himself enmeshed in the Yeti search.
Sasquatch Cinema at DragonCon 2014
During Atlanta’s DragonCon, get on over to the Valdosta room at the Sheraton, for my Saturday, August 30th, 4 pm or Sunday, August 31st, 2:30 pm presentations on Bigfoot Films.
Happy Sea Serpent Day: First Sea Serpent Photo’s New Date
We have to recalculate this photograph as having been from 1906, not 1908.
Do the ‘Yeti’ and ‘Jackalope’ Really Exist?
The public radio network gave a fair overview of the scientific and public information mission of the International Cryptozoology Museum.
Cryptozoology Gets Respect From Dr. Sykes and Reporters
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.
The Gun That Almost Brought Bigfoot Down
The hunt for hairy, unknown hominoids has had some pivotal moments.
Bigfoot Vendors and Tracking Casts
Buyer beware, right? Or just be educated?
Fourticino: Cryptozoology in Switzerland
The cover and two pages are shared.
Time Magazine’s Pick of International Cryptozoology Museum to “World’s Weirdest Museums” List Adds to Others’ Accolades
The Time list is not the only instance of the International Cryptozoology Museum being given notice on such gatherings.
The resource could not be found.