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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.

If you’re a fan of escape games or scavenger hunts, don’t miss out on this event happening in Murfreesboro Saturday, Oct 26. The theme is “Monsters of Murfreesboro”. It’s a fun and family-friendly way to celebrate Halloween. Details: Family-friendly adventure race through the city Scavenger hunt to solve puzzles and find monsters One team per vehicle, play with friends and family Costume contest with prizes After...
Kristen Inbody, Great Falls Tribune Published 8:00 a.m. MT April 1, 2019 | Updated 12:53 p.m. MT April 5, 2019 CLOSE Finding Bigfoot in Chattahoochee, Fla. DECKER — "Go ahead, call me a crackpot. All my friends have." Even as this driver submitted his story to the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization, he worried about sounding crazy. In October 2006, "J.G." was driving a shuttle van...
Hidden Valley Scout Reservation near Loysville was the setting for Troop 97’s Klondike Adventure this year from Feb. 7-9.  The theme was “Bigfoot — A Cryptozoological Expedition.” The Klondike is an exercise in problem solving with contests of skills. Scout patrols from many troops acted as huskies, pulling a homemade sled around a field course marked by stations. At the Leave...
Dig around a little, and you’ll turn up some pretty bizarre board games. While the 1960s through ’80s saw a plethora of such games produced, more recent games may crack up future generations looking for a laugh at our present. Pretty much any real-life activity you can do in a fraction of the time, from popping a zit to...
In calling them ‘myths’, you sound sceptical… I can understand why people believe what they believe, and, of course, some people claim to have actually had sightings of ‘cryptids’… Wait, what are ‘cryptids’? ‘Cryptids’ are animals that are presumed by believers to exist on the basis of anecdotal evidence. The name derives from ‘cryptozoology’, a term coined in the late 1950s by Belgian...
GLEN ROSE - January 2015, a man reported hearing strange noises and seeing a large hairy creature lurking on his property in Lufkin, Texas. Before he could capture a picture, the beast retreated back into the woods and all that was left was an unidentified footprint in the mud. As a cryptozoologist, Jeff “CryptoHulk” Stewart not only investigates claims like...
Article content continued First up, naturally, was where the name comes from: “The name comes from a mythical creature from Tanzania called the Mngwa, which is a giant cat-like creature, which I came upon one late night of falling down a cryptozoology hole online,” said Nick Lagasse. “Everything from the pronunciation to the meaning is a minor point of contention too....
After fears the Loch Ness Monster had “disappeared” last winter, a new sighting in May 2017 was celebrated by its enthusiasts. The search for monsters and mythical creatures (or “cryptids”) such as Nessie, the Yeti or Bigfoot is known as “cryptozoology.” On the face of it, cryptozoology has little in common with mainstream conservation. First, it is widely held to...
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