Here is a quick overview of the top areas of the high and low points of cryptozoology for the last year.
The 2015 books produced on cryptozoology and, of course, about Bigfoot and Yeti topics, are dominated by a rising trend that looks at the investigators.
Also, on Obscura Day, Saturday, May 31, 2015, the Museum will be one of the 80 sites worldwide tied into the day’s celebrations.
From the work of Bill Munns, to Exists, to Sas-What, to the discovery of Indonesian coelacanth #7 and the olinguito, 2014 was a year of cryptozoology wonders.
My condolences to the families, friends, and associates of these folks.
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.
Time Magazine’s Pick of International Cryptozoology Museum to “World’s Weirdest Museums” List Adds to Others’ Accolades
The Time list is not the only instance of the International Cryptozoology Museum being given notice on such gatherings.
My tradition of penning year-end lists of such news stories began at the turn of the century. Here is my list of lists.
Some books on Bigfoot and other cryptids were surprises this year, as well as one special one about a cryptozoologist.