What does 2006 hold for Cryptozoology?

What are your cryptozoological predictions for 2006?

Where will new expeditions search?

What cryptids will dominate the news this year?

What cryptozoological wonder will be filmed?

Will someone use a cellphone camera to "capture" an image of a cryptid this year?

Who will win the $5000 top prize for a cryptid-related photo in February, and what will it show?

Can the opening of Disney World’s new ride and mini-exhibition on the Yeti renew interest in the pursuit of the Abominable Snowmen of the Himalayas?

Does the Malaysian hominoid flap have any staying power?

What lakes have expeditions planned to search for their resident monsters? Is Nessie on the media radar any longer?

What new books on the subject will appear in 2006?

What do you see for cryptids in 2006?

2 Responses

  1. Loren Coleman
    Loren Coleman January 3, 2006 at 1:51 pm |

    Great comments, predictions, and points.

    More, more, more…

  2. Loren Coleman
    Loren Coleman January 3, 2006 at 1:55 pm |

    Ooops. One exception to Don’s comments: While a high number of sightings may certainly be misidentifications of mundane animals, I don’t find hoaxing occurring at such a high rate that a statement like “so many cryptid sightings are hoaxes” can be supported by the data.

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