The character “Tom Friend” in this movie appears directly inspired by the real life Texan, Yeti hunter Tom Slick.
You be the judge.
This book retreads an incorrect jumbled history of the naming of the “Abominable Snowman.”
Do we all need to get prepared for a wave of white Abominable Snowmen coming this way? If some recent appearances in popular culture are any indication, perhaps. Our culture is rapidly moving towards totally accepting cryptids as a frequent avenue for selling products. We certainly have seen it in car ads, beef jerky, and several other commercial ventures. Needless to say, the #1 marketing opportunity venue annually is the NFL’s Super Bowl celebration of ads and sports. This year’s event contained a rather popular ad containing a Yeti. Of course, predictably, the commercial reinforced the popular notion that Yetis [...]
A classic is revisited.
#Yeti #AbominableSnowman #Tracks #Casts
We can’t escape the facts and errors of history.
#Disneyland #AbominableSnowmen #Yetis #Matterhorn
What will be revealed on June 15th?
#Yeti #AbominableSnowman #MichaelJoyal #Painting
The new addition to the International Cryptozoology Museum is a thought-provoking painting.
#AbominableSnowmen #JeffMeldrum #Yeti #Tracks
“A mind once stretched by a new idea never regains its original dimensions.” ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes
#Shipton #Yeti #AbominableSnowmen #Tracks
In 1951, a single Yeti print was taken that has been the source of many errors and mistakes. One involves an interview of John A. Keel by David Letterman.