Michelle Souliere reviews Daniel Green’s new book on hairy hominoid lore in the Northeast.
Rene Dahinden once acknowledged Jensen had a rather noble way of explaining the pursuit of Sasquatch to those who thought it was just about the money.
Rufus Ray was known as the Beast Slayer because he wanted to kill a Bigfoot.
The three-day event is a serious, scientific cryptozoology conference being held near the site of the 1896 “Giant Octopus” beaching.
Tim was very interested in Bigfoot, and the reason he moved to California was to pursue his interest in the subject there.
From the work of Bill Munns, to Exists, to Sas-What, to the discovery of Indonesian coelacanth #7 and the olinguito, 2014 was a year of cryptozoology wonders.
During this last year, one individual stands out in cryptozoology for his work in pushing forward serious, thoughtful, analytic work on one specific piece of evidence.
Twenty-fourteen was a year many of us lost several loved ones. I honor them all.
Sprague is best remembered for his coauthored work, The Scientist Looks at the Sasquatch (with Grover Krantz).