Cryptozoologists and aligned researchers are recalled for our annual celebration of their lives.
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.
My question is, who are your top three “elder statesmen” and “elder stateswomen” in Cryptozoology?
My tradition of penning year-end lists of such news stories began at the turn of the century. Here is my list of lists.
With the recent unheralded death of Roy P. Mackal, I’m reminded of the passing of other Mokele-mbembe researchers.
Life is a stage and we all are actors, in a way. Some just have different costumes than others.
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If you want to read a great essay, please take the time to digest this one.
The paradox of the prize, of course, is that despite its name, few cryptozoologists have received it.
Top Cryptozoology Deaths of 2012, includes Mokele-Mbembe Expedition Sponsor by Loren Coleman, Cryptozoology A to Z In the long tradition of gathering my notes on recently deceased people, I wish to celebrate the lives of those within cryptozoology whom we lost in 2012. These are people who were touched by cryptozoology and cryptids – and by most of those reading the CryptoZooNews, even if covertly. Let us catch up and share details of those who left us last year. First up, breaking news, which delayed the publishing of this list: Paul Rockel, 85, the millionaire backer of African research on the Mokele-mbembe, [...]