The unfortunate immediate broader outcome of this mainstream story may be the general public thinking that “Yetis are just bears.”
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.
How could a television program “prove” the existence of a cryptid, anyway?
During 2016, the ICM experienced a series of ground-breaking developments that will propel it into 2026 and beyond.
Gilbert was seen as “one of the kindest souls in the community.”
Here’s what’s presently known for 2016.
There is a big surprise for cryptozoologists and hominologists in this new movie.
“I can’t be the next Charles Fort, but Charlotte Fort suits me fine.” ~ Melanie Billings, 2012
The International Cryptozoology Museum has a history of awards and recognitions. The Year 2015 has been no different.