The bias sometimes starts in the headlines.
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?
It sends the message to future hoaxers that there’s money to be made. I’d rather have people funding Bigfoot research than hoax museums, but there is an incredible public interest in this hoax.
Creatures, critters and cryptids will be cruising through Watertown, Massachusetts, on the fringes of Boston, during the next two nights. Colorful images.
The Daily Egyptian publishes their article mentioning Shelley Cox’s reading of my burned book. Here are her highlights from being there. Photo of the demonstration.
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.
In addition to Loren Coleman’s July 20, 2008, talk at the Royal Alberta Museum in Edmondton, Canada, on “Dragons and Cryptozoology,” new presentations have been scheduled now for other groups.
Opening at the Royal Alberta Museum in Edmondton, Canada, from June 14 through September 14, 2008, is the exciting “Dragons: Between Science and Fiction.”
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.