“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.
The article, in part, is based on my newest book.
Abominable skeptics (unlike law enforcement officers who know better) love to accept false confessions like Ray Wallace’s.
As the summer of 2013 comes to its unofficial vacation closing, with August fading, watery cryptid sightings are exploding around the English-speaking world.
A new look at a famous case in Sea Serpent literature stirs up some thoughts.
Monsters of Massachusetts will serve as your tour guide to some of the most mysterious monsters to be encountered in New England.
This book is a fascinating examination of the snake, from anatomy and biology, to common misunderstandings, and with even an examination of “the Great Sea Serpents.”
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To believers, doubters, even skeptics, Bigfoot makes a big impression.