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.

article Men dressed as aliens dance at the 'Storm Area 51' spinoff event 'Alienstock' on Sept. 20, 2019, in Rachel, Nevada. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images) Superstitious people, rejoice! Monday is your day. Every May 3, Americans celebrate National Paranormal Day — a day dedicated to occurrences that can’t quite be explained by scientific measures. Have you ever seen a ghost?...
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Mount Airy police are investigating an incident involving shots being fired into a city residence earlier this week. The shooting occurred shortly before 1:45 a.m. Monday at a house in the 1200 block of Brooklen Avenue, located east of U.S. 601 (Rockford Street) in the vicinity of Highland Park Baptist Church. Two rounds were fired into a window of the single-family...
ROCK SPRINGS — Colorful scenes created by high school students captured the attention and sparked the creativity of visitors to the Community Fine Arts Center. Seventy-one students from Rock Springs High School and Black Butte High School are displaying their best work at the Community Fine Arts Center from through May 15. Rocket Miner Photo/Caleb Michael Smith A wendigo created by Laci...
The other highlight was a group that was there serving Yum Yums from Harriett’s mother’s own copyrighted recipe. They were excellent and nothing like the ones I make. Despite all of the compliments I heaped upon Harriett and her mother, she is not budging in her forever pledge to not share the recipe. I will not give up just...
In the sunny, glass-enclosed vestibule of the Smith Library, Southwestern community members might notice a sizable maroon octopus, lengthy vines, and a vibrant array of corals and other crocheted creatures on display. These colorful art pieces are the work of Professor of Mathematics and Lord Chair in Mathematics and Computer Science Fumiko Futamura, Infodesk Assistant Dena Garcia, and a...
{{featured_button_text}} Rumors had it that there were alligators in Lake Decatur. Turns out it's true.  An edition of the Decatur Daily Review, Feb. 3, 1977, is shown.  DECATUR — See you later, alligator. And it certainly has been a while, crocodile, since any alligators have been fished out of Lake Decatur. But that has happened on several occasions, and we’ve got the pictures to...
Enlarge this image Clare Schneider/NPR Faces Of NPR is a weekly feature that showcases the people behind NPR, from the voices you hear every day on the radio to the ones who work outside of the recording studio. You'll find out about what they do and what they're inspired by on the daily. This week's post features Adelina Lancianese,...
In a completely unexpected occurrence, a Bigfoot creature purportedly addressed those attending the fourth annual International Bigfoot Conference at Chautauqua Park Pavilion via a cellphone call placed from the pavilion stage to Russia by event headliner Igor Burtsev Saturday afternoon. The three-way conversation included the voice of Burtsev, a male friend in Russia, and Bigfoot creature. It lasted about 20...
The legacy of Bigfoot and related topics grew by leaps and bounds with the opening of the third wing in the Bigfoot Museum in Hastings Thursday morning. Launched from the personal collection of Hastings resident Harriet McFeely in September 2018, the museum has expanded into a side building because of space constraints. Features in the new wing include a life-size “Patty,”...