The Year 2020 will be Loren Coleman’s 60th 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.
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.
The three-day event is a serious, scientific cryptozoology conference being held near the site of the 1896 “Giant Octopus” beaching.
Skeptical that the Mystery Cat was a tiger, officials, nevertheless, were hardly clear about what it might be.
This is a well-traveled photo of a known felid named “Cole.”
Cougars aren’t suppose to be in Pennsylvania.
As one expert said, “Yes, it certainly does look like an African lion. It’s not a cougar.”
Well-known, world-renowned genetic scientists will be working with this project.
The two populations of tigrina previously thought to be one species do not, in fact, interbreed and thus are distinct.
The article, in part, is based on my newest book.