Miscellaneous

British  Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club

British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club

Founded in 1989 by writer James A. Clark, marine biologist Paul LeBlond, and television documentarian John Kirk, the British Columbia ...
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Chambers Affair

Chambers Affair

For years, a rumor has circulated that John Chambers, famed Academy Award-winning Hollywood special effects man, manufactured the suit allegedly ...
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Chupacabras

Chupacabras

The single most notable cryptozoological phenomenon of the past decade is undoubtedly the chupacabras (“Goatsucker”) of Hispanic America. The legend ...
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coelacanth

Coelacanth

A few coelacanths are displayed in natural history museums around the world, like this one in Chicago’s Field Museum. (Loren ...
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Cryptid

Cryptid

“Cryptid” is a relatively new word used among professionals and laypeople to denote an animal of interest to cryptozoology. John ...
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Giant Forest Hog

Giant Forest Hog

In 1904 zoologists were surprised at the discovery of the giant forest hog (Hylochoerus meinertzhageni), only three years after the ...
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Giant Monkey

Giant Monkey

Reports from around the globe describe what appear to be enormous monkeys. Asians give the name for the mountain range ...
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Goblin Universe

Goblin Universe

The phrase Goblin Universe" is often applied to the earth's supernatural and otherwise esoteric residents. Long ago classification systems were ...
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