2023 International Cryptozoology Conference ~ May 19-20
The Year 2022 will be Loren Coleman’s 62th year investigating in the field of cryptozoology, and his 45th year of being a published book author. Here is a list of over 135 of his contributions to the field.
With COVID-19, it was a sad, calm year.
The addition of “Sasquatch Revealed 2020″ to the International Cryptozoology Museum will create the world’s largest and most comprehensive collection of hominology/cryptozoology-related materials in history.
We look forward to obtaining Emily Buermann’s insights through the prism of her life in the world of the Ojibwe, from her investigations of the mysteries all around us, and via Minnesota museums.
An ancient mask from the great Mongolian plateau….
A history is being written about cryptozoology, as it grows older, year to year.
The gift store and the second floor were upgraded.
Dr. Anna Nekaris is a well-deserved recipient of the 2018 Golden Yeti, as this Cryptozoologist of the Year.
Since 2016, the Cryptozoologist of the Year has been awarded a “Golden Yeti” by the International Cryptozoology Museum.