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.

The strange tales that are woven into East Anglian history reflect its geography – many stories involve the coastline, rivers, the Broads and ponds. River hags, sunken villages, shrieking pits, sea serpents, stones that run to the sea, hearts that burst from women burnt at the stake and bounce to the river... Norfolk and Suffolk's coastline and waterways hide many...
There is no denying there are many stunning places on earth with deserved bragging rights, but very few places can say they are home to one of the most famous monsters of all time. Thurston County can. Washington (and Thurston County) have many claims to fame, but one cannot think of the rainy climate and forest-strewn landscape without the...
In the early 1990s in Sequim, Washington, on the heavily forested Olympic Peninsula, anthropologist Grover Krantz was building a helicopter to search for Sasquatch. He ordered the kit from some guy in the Midwest and spent several years trying to assemble it. He hoped the craft would provide the aerial view necessary to locate and retrieve a Bigfoot carcass. “My attempt...
The recent Bigfoot hoopla ended Wednesday when the purported carcass of the great hairy one captured in northern Georgia turned out to be a rubber gorilla suit. Before the hoax was revealed, the media turned out in force Friday at a Palo Alto, Calif., news conference where the men who claimed to have found the body held court and...
The latest episode of our paranormal investigation series We Want to Believe has been released online, and you can check it out in the embed above! This episode is the third in the four-part Hunt for Bigfoot, and the team of Jason Hewlett, Sarah Jane, and Chris Bose are joined by renowned cryptozoologist Ken Gerhard as they explore how...
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FAIRBANKS — Bigfoot. Nessie. Spectral phantasms floating the Yukon Flats. Scoff if you will, but as Fox Mulder noted, “The truth is out there.” That’s kind of the approach Mike Esordi takes when researching myths, monsters and creatures from the cryptozoological world — he doesn’t know if they exist, but for Esordi and his team of researchers, it’s a whole...
In 1735, Carl Linnaeus attempted to classify Earth’s living things, ultimately creating the foundation of modern zoology with his text, Systema Naturae. Breaking down stones, plants, and animals into classes, orders, genera, species, and varieties, he created the basis for the taxonomy still used today. Online sales open April 1st, in-person on the 8th Swan City Rotary Club's Cash and Camping...
Their last battle royale in 1962 earned the two adversaries an exalted spot in pop culture, so there is little surprise that interest in the upcoming rematch in the new film “Godzilla vs. Kong” is high. Aficionados of old-school Japanese kaiju, or monster, films are especially keen to see whether this bout between giant gorilla Kong and dinosaur-like sea...
A reported werewolf sighting in a south London graveyard has cryptozoology enthusiasts doing a double-take. According to a report by The Daily Star, the sighting eerily matches another one from eight years beforehand. The two close encounters seem to help legitimize each other. Local researcher Andy McGrath told reporters that he developed a personal fascination with the "Werewolf of Camberwell."...