The Cryptozoologist of the Year 2017 is an individual who has dedicated the beginning of his remarkable filmmaking career to documenting the vanishing midcentury’s legacy of cryptid encounters.
Here is a passing we missed for last year.
Bob Roach’s most famous sculpture is Point Pleasant’s most infamous resident.
Krulos’ subjects are the seekers, hunters, investigators, and chroniclers of cryptozoology and other aligned topics.
I have to speak with some caution and critical thinking about this explanation.
The movie is a series of in-jokes.
Bob was the creator of a plastic, human-like souvenir of the Mothman and the owner of a store in Point Pleasant.
Let these creature creations finally see the light of day!
There is a new book flying on the horizon, authored by Ken Gerhard, with a foreword by Karl Shuker that will demand a great deal of attention merely due to the cover art. Indeed, could this be the “Cover of the Year” for cryptozoology books? It is early in these twelve months, but look at this offering. In chilling fashion, Encounters With Flying Humanoids: Mothman, Manbirds, Gargolyes & Other Winged Beasts is scheduled to be published later in 2013, from Llewellyn. Ken has been rather involved in his original Texas-based investigations, and branched out from there often. This book could be [...]