Since 2016, the Cryptozoologist of the Year has been awarded a “Golden Yeti” by the International Cryptozoology Museum.
The first Golden Yeti is to be awarded in a new commemoration involving a physical award to this year’s Cryptozoologist of 2015.
The midpoint of the first decade of the 21st Century marked a calm time for a few events in cryptozoology.
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.
Let us pause to recall those who have passed away in 2015, with respect for them, their families, and for all they shared and created.
The International Cryptozoology Museum has a history of awards and recognitions. The Year 2015 has been no different.
The move increases the curated space and adds a library and research center to the cryptozoology museum.
These titles are highly anticipated.
Some good titles are coming for 2015.
The conference has been delayed due to the Ebola scare.