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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.

A pair of Pennsylvania’s most well-known investigators of the unexplained appear on the most recent episode of the Trvl Channel’s newest show, Paranormal Declassified. New episodes of the show air at 10 p.m. Monday and are rebroadcast at various points in the channel’s schedule later in the week and beyond. Episode No. 5, Tracking Bigfoot, which includes the Pennsylvania experts, first...
Amateur filmmaker Jonathan Doyle wears a Bigfoot costume for a movie he was filming in Jaffrey, N.H., in this 2009 file photo provided by NYCreator.com. polls here 2316 To some, Bigfoot is just a myth, the product of overactive imaginations and a plaything of hoaxers for decades. Lori Wade has never been troubled by the doubts of others. "I just always believed," says...
Photo by Michael Herren on Unsplash Explore your inner "X-Files"! The unexplained is quick to grab people's attention and UFOs (unidentified flying objects) are a prime example of that. Whether you are a believer in extraterrestrial life or just like a good sci-fi movie, there's no denying that they have captured the interest of people for many years. UFOs are just that, unidentified—which means...
Alaska Life Author: David Reamer | Histories of Anchorage Updated: 22 hours ago Published 23 hours ago Bliss Street in Mt. View was named after a contractor named Harry Bliss. Photographed on Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021. (Bill Roth / ADN) Part of a continuing weekly series on local history by local historian David Reamer. Have a question about Anchorage history or an...
CAMBRIDGE — Named one of the Top 10 "Squatchiest" Places in the country by USATODAY, Salt Fork State Park, just outside Cambridge, offers a plethora of bigfoot adventures for the avid enthusiasts or weekend thrill seeker. It’s been rumored to live in Ohio since the mid-1770s. Over 36 sightings have been reported in the park since the middle 1980s. As...
The Adler Arts Center is hosting a free virtual exhibition by select students at Prairie Crossing Charter School in Grayslake. The virtual gallery features work by students in grades 4 to 8 and includes mixed-media landscapes, cryptozoology drawings, and recreations of classic portraits using household objects, pets and family members. Visit www.adlercenter.org/adler-virtual-student-gallery. Adler Arts will host additional student work throughout...
Article content continued “But also, it implicitly tells us something about hope, because we can always collectively sculpt these words into more urgent meanings.” With support from the Edmonton Arts Council, she was all set to start collecting. But then, as with most stories these days, entered that certain ubiquitous shadow of an unwanted plague, which gave her pause soliciting words. “I...
Devolution: A Firsthand Account of the Rainier Sasquatch Massacre By Max Brooks Del Rey. 304 pp. $28 --- Bigfoot holds a big place in my heart. Two years ago, a congressional race in Virginia took a weird turn — I mean weirder than usual — when Democratic candidate Leslie Cockburn accused her Republican opponent, Denver Riggleman, of being a "devotee of Bigfoot erotica." With my well-trained...
To the Editor:Tim Kreider (“In Praise of Not Knowing,” Op-Ed, June 19) gets it half right. Retaining a sense of mystery and wonder about our living world is a keen source of joy for children — for all of us. But to take in emerging answers about the nature of Pluto or newly discovered animal species needn’t kill off...
This was filmed prior to COVID-19. Please check out the websites of the attractions covered in the segment for visitor information.Head out to Portland, Maine, for your next winter getaway. With no crowds and lower prices, visitors can stop at one (or a few) of Portland’s eateries and breweries. Looking for a place to eat and don’t know where...