What were the top stories in cryptozoology a decade ago?
Here’s a look back at some of the more interesting cryptozoology stories that AOL News covered in 2010. Images.
The Year of 2010 may be remembered, in popular culture, cryptozoologically, for its series of stories of such cryptids as a blond Bigfoot named Knobby, on misidentifications of common animals, of announcements of a few remarkable discoveries, and about groundbreaking new concepts on tribal Sasquatch and extraordinary True Giants. Images.
Herewith, the best works on cryptids, monsters, and creatures that were published in 2010 are assembled here for your use and interest. Plus get some sneak peeks at 2011. Images.
This is an ongoing updated master list, which specifically contains information of interest to cryptozoology. It shall be added to frequently. Blooper images.
Here they are ~ 2009′s top picks for the very best of the best books dealing with the cryptids, people, locations, and history of cryptozoology. Includes Best Bigfoot books of 2009. Book cover images.
Searching, seeking, and preservation were the messages for 2009, as the year may be remembered in history for sightings, future thinking actions, and a few but remarkable discoveries of rare and new species. The Cryptozoologist of the Year 2009 has been named. Images.
The coelacanth continued to be the “darling of cryptozoology” in 2009, with noteworthy events associated with the species occurring all year. Many images.
This is a roundup of ten intriguing personalities in cryptozoology, all who died in 2009.
The #1 Bigfoot story for 2008, unfortunately, is of the hoax produced by two Georgia men and promoted by a California man. The event produced some rather funny moments.