Everything starts on a local level first. What’s happening in your area? Here’s word on a meeting for November 5th. Images.
At the Museum of Science, there were 300 seats available, and by the time my talk began, all of those were filled and there was standing room only. I was overjoyed to greet so many fans and friends of my work and the topic. This all can be recently traced back to 2005.
The number one fan-of-the-night award goes to Austin Ickes, a dynamically interested cryptozoologist-in-training who was there with his father. Who will it be on this coming Wednesday?
A new showing of art, unfortunately, stumbles over the definition of cryptozoology. Image.
Who would ever think there might be any kind of overlap between those two? An exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History could have informed folks of the linkage, but did it? Images.
Loren Coleman, the world’s leading authority of cryptozoology, says this relatively new field of study is exciting because “it overlaps nature, outdoors recreation and adventure” into one easy-to-grasp package.
Reports of dragon sightings in Canada are to be taken seriously. A traveling exhibition from two primarily French locations will soon be visiting the Royal Alberta Museum. Due to the fact this will be its first installation in an English-speaking site, there may be more attention to it throughout North America rather immediately.
Cecil B. DeMille’s The Greatest Show on Earth, released in 1952, influenced many future explanations of Midwestern “varmint” sightings in the 1950s – through the Present.
So you want to be a cryptozoologist?
Who really knows what we shall find tomorrow?