The three-day event is a serious, scientific cryptozoology conference being held near the site of the 1896 “Giant Octopus” beaching.
During this last year, one individual stands out in cryptozoology for his work in pushing forward serious, thoughtful, analytic work on one specific piece of evidence.
The International Cryptozoology Museum Journal will be following the “Manual of Style” established by J. Richard Greenwell for the journal Cryptozoology.
We have to recalculate this photograph as having been from 1906, not 1908.
This is a well-traveled photo of a known felid named “Cole.”
The public radio network gave a fair overview of the scientific and public information mission of the International Cryptozoology Museum.
Does the movie monster maker’s creation match those of the first images of the Chupacabras from Puerto Rico in 1995?
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?
Lee Speigel told me an amusing detail about the “documentary” shown with Hank that I have not seen discussed online.