Tales of giants have been pervasive and persuasive. They’ve been used to sell newspapers, terrify naughty children, name fledgling sports teams and mined as fodder for all types of fantastic fiction.
While most students of cryptozoology recognize “Giganto” as a favorite Bigfoot/Yeti candidate, many may be unaware that German anatomist-anthropologist Franz Weidenreich (1873-1948) renamed the creature Giganthropus, treating it as a primitive ancestor of Homo sapiens.
What if something else, something even more fantastic in its implications than the idea that Bigfoot is Gigantopithecus, is actually afoot?
Where’s the smoking gun for the stance of the claims? Images.
In this special guest contribution, John Green addresses the “Sasquatch Classics.”
Today, a guest blogger’s critique of the new book from Mark A. Hall and Loren Coleman, True Giants: Is Gigantopithecus Still Alive?. Images.
A Chinese science writer has published a youth article saying he is skeptical of the stories of the Shennongjia “Wild Men.” Images.
Herewith, the best works on cryptids, monsters, and creatures that were published in 2010 are assembled here for your use and interest. Plus get some sneak peeks at 2011. Images.
I want to share with you the Table of Contents today. I’m proud of what’s inside this one!! Images.
As the battle rages, let’s focus too on what cryptozoology is known from Korea. Images.