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.

Published on Friday, April 15, 2022 SW Va's Bigfoot & Friends... A Cryptid Celebration! Saturday, September 24 - 9am - 5pm $10 admission and Kids 12 and under are FREE Guest Speakers: Meet our speakers, some of the most experienced, engaging cryptozoology research experts and paranormal investigators: Lyle Blackburn, Daniel Benoit, Lija Fisher, Zach Bales & Katy Elizabeth   CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FULL...
Want to hear about cryptids, Bigfoot, mysterious encounters, and unexplained events? Check out these podcasts filled with eyewitness stories, info from researchers, and details on urban legends. Some of these shows also explore UFOs and paranormal activity. Podcasts like “Blurry Creatures” search for answers to elusive questions, myths, creatures from reality, and our imagination. Lots of these episodes share historical...
Daniel Cressey delves into a sceptics' history of monster hunters and their mythical quarry. Abominable Science! Origins of the Yeti, Nessie, and Other Famous Cryptids Daniel Loxton and Donald R. Prothero. Columbia University Press: 2013. 9780231153201 The animals that star in Abominable Science! will be known to most children. Sadly, none of them exist. Daniel Loxton, a journalist for Skeptic science magazine, and...
Jul. 29—PORT HENRY — This year's Champ Day celebration in Port Henry will feature several cryptozoology experts talking about the legendary lake monster.Among them will be Paul Bartholomew of Whitehall, an investigative researcher of unexplained phenomena that includes Champ, Bigfoot, ghosts, hauntings, aerial anomalies and parapsychology.CRYPTOCAVE MEET AND GREET"Paul does it all," Champ Day Chair Andrea Anesi said by...
Who Runs the Cloud? (Aeon)by Steven Gonzalez MonserrateTo be online is to be immaterial. But the internet is built on a physical foundation of hot, bulky servers. In many cases, the workers who keep them going rely on their physical senses, masculine bravado, and a deep dedication to their craft. The Wonder of Speculative Biology (Varyer)by John Paul BrammerFrom cryptozoology...
PORT HENRY — This year’s Champ Day celebration in Port Henry will feature several cryptozoology experts talking about the legendary lake monster. Among them will be Paul Bartholomew of Whitehall, an investigative researcher of unexplained phenomena that includes Champ, Bigfoot, ghosts, hauntings, aerial anomalies and parapsychology. CRYPTOCAVE MEET AND GREET “Paul does it all,” Champ Day Chair Andrea Anesi said by email....
Having hit it big with Kung Fu Panda, Jack Black is delving back into animation, albeit behind the camera this time, for a film about Cryptozoology. Variety reports that there are few other known details about the movie, only that it's set in the study of such mysterious, most likely fictional creatures as the Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot and an...
Published July 19, 2022 at 12:12 PM EDT On this West Virginia Morning, there is a growing community in West Virginia of people interested in the monsters of the mountains, like Mothman and the Flatwoods Monster. It is called cryptozoology. Reporter Chris Schulz went to learn about it. Also, in this show, the Allegheny Front, based in Pittsburgh, shares their latest story...
Not even the supernatural have been immune to the COVID-19 pandemic. Last year, when the Mothman Festival in Point Pleasant had to shutter for the second year in a row, cryptozoology enthusiasts, and hosts of the ‘Mothboys’ podcast, Michael Strayer, Jake Haskin and Matthew Schang scrambled to create an alternative event. Now in its second year, the Cryptid Bash in...
Get close enough to November 8 in a swing state and the campaign signs become so inescapable that it looks like Earth is enduring electoral acupuncture. Even the weird ones start to blend together. In North Carolina, there are the stoplight-red quartets of placards for Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest scattered across the state, which read … “FOREST” “DAN FOREST RUN FOREST...