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Cryptozoology is a pseudoscience and subculture that aims to prove the existence of entities from the folklore record, such as Bigfoot, the chupacabra, or Mokele-mbembe.Cryptozoologists refer to these entities as cryptids, a term coined by the subculture.

Ben Bridgers: Back Burner Through Friday, July 10  Craven Allen Gallery, Durham “I’m nervous. We made it through the recession but that was really difficult—really difficult. And I remember having the conscious thought, ‘I never want to go through something like that again.’”  It’s May 30, 11 weeks since COVID-19 surfaced in the U.S., and John Craven Bloedorn, co-owner of Craven Allen Gallery...
They say he stinks, but I don’t care. I love Bigfoot. There; I said it. Not that I’ve ever met him, her or them. But others say they have. Hundreds of thousands claim to have seen, smelled, heard, maybe even spent a weekend with one of these reclusive, hairy, odoriferous giants. And like other enthusiasms that have stuck with me since I...
Every Tuesday at 8.40am PT speaks with Alex Tselios from thebigsmoke.com.au about everything from politics, technology and society and everything in between. This week we spoke about: Trying to find a new career? Have you considered cryptozoology, Babies know when you imitate them, according to new research and the new AI that can judge your personality based on your instagram...
"There's still wonderful adventures left to have. There are still plenty of spaces that have been barely touched," he said. "It's real easy living in a GPS world to think the whole world has been explored." With their documentary in the can, the two were able, with Torres as executive producer, to put together a presentation reel to shop around...
Arts and CultureArt Duncan of Jordanstone’s online graduate showcase is a celebration of talent, skill and artistic rigour, writes Susan Mansfield Saturday, 20th June 2020, 2:43 pm Updated Saturday, 20th June 2020, 2:44 pm Work by Lynn Biederer at the Duncan of Jordanstone graduate showcase As we learn, gradually, how to navigate this strange world in which the flesh-and-blood degree show has become the...
In “Dorian Gray,” Richmond theater veteran Billy Christopher Maupin performs a script that he and director Shirley Kagan adapted from Wilde’s 1891 novel, which tells of a dandy’s life of hedonism and callousness, after a Faustian bargain ensures that a portrait, and not he, will age and coarsen. In the stage version, Maupin channels not only the novel’s characters,...
With my well-trained nose for important news, I got Riggleman on the phone. I learned that his opponent was referring to a crude parody that he’d once made for some of his old Air Force buddies. “I do not believe that Bigfoot is real,” Riggleman declared. “But I don’t want to alienate any Bigfoot voters.” That bold strategy worked. Riggleman...
Did you know New England is home to a collection of human brains, a cryptozoology museum, and a house made of paper? A new edition of Atlas Obscura highlights 13 New England experiences that are among the planet’s most mysterious and unexpected. “Atlas Obscura, 2nd Edition: An Explorer’s Guide to the World’s Hidden Wonders” by Joshua Foer, Dylan Thuras, and...
Devolution Devolution Photo: Del Rey, Handout Photo: Del Rey, Handout Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Devolution Devolution Photo: Del Rey, Handout Book World: A great Bigfoot novel may be lurking out there. Max Brooks' 'Devolution' isn't it. 1  /  1 Back to Gallery Devolution: A Firsthand Account of the Rainier Sasquatch Massacre By Max Brooks Del Rey. 304 pp. $28 --- Bigfoot holds a big...
Some do believe. Bigfoot stands quietly outside the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, US, in 2012. Credit: Gordon Chibroski/Portland Press Herald via Getty Images So, there we have it: The Loch Ness monster mystery apparently solved. News services around the globe have been running a story about scientists who carried out DNA testing of the water in the renowned Scottish...