The Cryptozoologist of the Year 2017 is an individual who has dedicated the beginning of his remarkable filmmaking career to documenting the vanishing midcentury’s legacy of cryptid encounters.
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.
Blount’s photographic skills were an asset and positive resource to the Sasquatch field.
The three-day event is a serious, scientific cryptozoology conference being held near the site of the 1896 “Giant Octopus” beaching.
These titles are highly anticipated.
Some good titles are coming for 2015.
As with my past “top book lists” on cryptozoology, all of these books are strictly nonfiction adult books.
“I have 20-plus years of experience, I know one when I see one,” said Gerald Andrejcak, a reptile specialist.
Cryptozoologists might wish to review Farely Mowat’s books for hidden ethnoknown cryptid gems.
What do you think it might be? A boat’s wake? A school of fish? An artifact of the sonar? One of the Loch Ness Monsters?