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.

A yeti sighting in Litchfield? It's not impossible, according to International Cryptozoology Museum Assistant Director Jeff Meuse.The sighting is being discussed after a person going by the initials M.P. told Cryptozoology News he saw a "white bigfoot" in Litchfield.According to Cryptozoology News, M.P. told them, "I never thought I'd get to see something like this. I've always laughed at...
The dead animal’s canine teeth were too short, the front paws were tiny for a wolf, and the claws on those paws were too long. The ears were too big as well, experts told The Washington Post, and the coat was wrong. This was no wolf. AD “We have no idea what this is,” Bruce Auchly, information manager for Montana Fish,...
I have a penchant for odd, tiny museums, cabinets of curiosity that reflect a curator's outré passion. In that vein, Fodor's Travel selected "15 Bizarre Museums to Add to Your Next U.S. Road Trip." I was delighted to see that my old friend Loren Coleman's International Cryptozoology Museum was right at the top! Here are just a few of...
When Tony Signorini died last year, he left his son Jeff an unusual legacy — one that shows what a deep impression he made on the Tampa Bay area's history. It also demonstrates how difficult it can be for sons to follow in their father's footsteps. The story behind the Signorini legacy dates to February 1948, when Clearwater was a sleepy...
Darby Orcutt, assistant head for NC State University Libraries, will be teaching STS: 490: Science, PSI, Sasquatch, and Spirits this spring. This interdisciplinary course teaches students how to use scientific methods to explore topics that are not generally considered part of mainstream science. The course will be delivered online on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30-5:45 p.m.  “We try to ask...
As part of Dread Central’s ongoing virtual panel series “Dissecting Horror,” we are excited to announce a live panel discussion on Wednesday, January 13th at 4 pm PST / 7 pm EST with the team behind the paranormal documentary series Hellier. Panelists include executive producers/cast members Greg and Dana Newkirk, director/editor/cast member Karl Pfeiffer, and co-producer/cast member Connor Randall. The...
ATLANTA – Campaigns and outside groups are making a final push to turn out election-weary Georgians whose votes will determine control of the U.S. Senate, from a crush of text messages and television ads to dueling visits from President-elect Joe Biden and outgoing President Donald Trump. More than 2.5 million people — about half the turnout of last month’s presidential...
Wonder Woman 1984 follows the beleaguered DC cinematic universe's best movie to date. The original Wonder Woman, released in 2017, was everything that DC needed to be. It was joyful and exhilarating, unlike the dark and brooding tone of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Its attempts at comedy were successful, unlike Suicide Squad. And it was true to...
I just spent two years chasing a myth. Why?   Laura Krantz spent two years searching for Bigfoot as part of her podcast, Wild Thing. Jake Holschuh/Foxtopus Ink I brace myself as I open my email: Another note from someone who listened to my Bigfoot podcast, Wild Thing, and felt compelled to write me. Most of the time, it’s a nice fan letter....
Tibet has the Yeti.  Scotland has Nessie.  Russia has the Almasty.  But have you ever wondered about Ireland's mystery animals, and have you ever actually gone in search of one? If you have, then you have taken your first steps into the world of cryptozoology, the pseudo-science that examines the unexplained side of nature that has, despite its detractors, led...