What do you think it might be? A boat’s wake? A school of fish? An artifact of the sonar? One of the Loch Ness Monsters?
Made fantastic by the mainstream media and social media, these “monsters” are normal species that happen to not be living any longer.
The fields of cryptozoology, Bigfootery and hominology have come to see troubles sprouting from the for-profit sales of Bigfoot casts.
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Old cases, new weekend warriors, and trespassing.
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Thank you, Myron Getman, for seeing what I’ve been trying to do.
#RobertAntonWilson coined the term “irrational rationalism” because skeptics claim to be rationalists. How does this apply to cryptozoology’s “skeptics”? Images.
Despite his debunking of the fairy photographs, the sociologist Joe Cooper was far from skeptical about the existence of “little people” and thought that something genuinely unusual had happened in the West Riding village. Images.
Daniel Loxton shares the conclusion of his investigation of the British Columbian Lizardman reports.