Home Cryptozoology News

Cryptozoology News

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.

Video: New true crime podcast, "Return To View," set to debut July 28 CENTER TWP. — The truth is out there. And so is some cool merchandise. So if you enjoy the unexplained, consider the Paranormal Marketplace taking place on Aug. 1 at Center Stage, 1496 Old Brodhead Road in Center Township. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., the free admission event will feature paranormal groups, authors and...
Michelle Souliere shares more than 20 eyewitness accounts in her book, "Bigfoot In Maine." PORTLAND, Maine — Stories have been collected over the years about a mysterious creature roaming the woods from Virginia to Canada. A tall creature, covered in fur or hair, dodging any good camera angles.  It turns out, Maine is also a hot spot for Bigfoot sightings, many...
Just ask the fluke-tailed, rumored sea creature of Lake Kampeska. "A what?" asked Conda Williams. The longtime proprietor of The Prop, a tavern on the shores of the glacial lake just outside Watertown, talked to this pesky reporter as if he'd asked about vegan cheese curds. "There's no lake monster." The same pish-posh dismissal came from Mike Lawrence, a developer on...
Hundreds of fans of the paranormal are expected at this year’s second annual Milwaukee Paranormal Conference, to be held at the UWM Student Union from October 14-16. The conference is a celebration of the study of topics ranging from ghosts and UFOs, to cryptozoology (the study of mystery animals, like Bigfoot), folklore and culture and features guest speakers, panel...
George Halas is forever "Papa Bear," the man who founded the Chicago Bears as the Decatur Staleys in 1920. Company teams, particularly baseball, were common in the early 20th century, as wealthy owners sought a certain prestige for their firms. A.E. Staley Sr. was no exception, but he also had his eye on a new sport — football. Halas moved...
An extremely random and little-known fact about me is that I am obsessed with Nessie (formally known as the Loch Ness monster, but that feels a bit too technical for my taste). My love began in high school, when my friends and I somehow found ourselves doing a group project in Spanish class on the topic of Nessie —...
Just ask the fluke-tailed, rumored sea creature of Lake Kampeska. "A what?" asked Conda Williams. The longtime proprietor of The Prop, a tavern on the shores of the glacial lake just outside Watertown, talked to this pesky reporter as if he'd asked about vegan cheese curds. "There's no lake monster." The same pish-posh dismissal came from Mike Lawrence, a developer on...
LOCK HAVEN — This summer, the PALA Summer Reading theme is “Tails and Tales,” and programs will feature animals. The Ross Library has a full schedule of upcoming programs for adults, and invites the public to participate! In-person programming is now available. Masks are required for non-vaccinated patrons. Origami kits are returning to the Ross Library! Due to popular demand, the...
Required for all first-year HC students, this two-semester sequence lays the foundation for your development as an Honors Scholar. Focused on a common theme, this class will encourage you to think creatively, be curious and investigative, and ask rich and complex questions.  In the belief that action and experience are a critical part of the learning process, Honors Colloquium embraces...
ANSONIA — Folks looking for a frighteningly good time this weekend should make a stop in the Valley.The Connecticut Paranormal Convention will be held July 24-25 at the Ansonia Armory, with a schedule full of spooky events. Doors will open at 11 a.m. each day at the Armory, located at 10 N. State St., organizers said in a release, and...