Wednesday, February 14, 2007

35 years gone...

Roger Patterson passed away over 35 years ago on January 18, 1972, but today is his birthday. He would have been 74 years old today. Roger took the famous and controversial Patterson Movie nearly 40 years ago, and it is still a source of debate and controversy even today. Roger also wrote a book in 1966 called Do Abominable Snowmen of America Really Exist?, which was reprinted by Hancock House two years ago with a new section written by Chris Murphy on the film. The book is called The Bigfoot Film Controversy. I salute Roger for his innovation and gumption to study something most people didn't think existed.

5 Years Ago Today...

Professor Grover S. Krantz passed away of pancreatic cancer at his home in Port Angeles, Washington. Krantz was one of the few scientists willing to study the elusive and controversial subject of Sasquatch, and wrote or co-wrote several books on the subject. He had many footprint casts in his lab, most of which were given to Dr. Jeff Meldrum and reside in his lab at Idaho State University. After Dr. Krantz's death at age 70, his body was donated to the University of Tennessee, and his skeleton was donated to the Smithsonian. His Irish wolfhounds' skeletons are also housed with him at the Smithsonian. I salute Dr. Krantz today and every day.

More Cryptozoology Headlines

  • Update: Olaf the Giant Images

  • Virginia Evidence

  • Will Cameras Catch the Mythical Cat?
  • Cryptozoology Headlines

  • Olaf, Grover Krantz and Bigfoot

  • Donnie Darko and Bunnymen

  • The Foot of Bigfoot?
  • Monday, February 12, 2007

    Review: Squatch Detective Radio 2-12-07

    Steve's guest was New York State Investigator Bill Brann, co-author of the excellent book Monsters of the Northwoods. He discussed reports in Kinderhook, NY, as well as the reports he has investigated over the years in Vermont, Massachusetts and Connecticut. He also answered questions from Mike Killen, Billy Willard, Bill Green and myself. This was a great show, full of great information. Next week's show will have an anonymous eyewitness named "John" who will discuss vocalizations. The show can be found at at 9:00 EST. Please tune in and support great research.

    Links about a new possible 'Squatch Foot found in Virginia

  • This is CRAZY!

  • Oops! 'Human' foot belonged to ape
  • Matthew Scott Hansen's "Shadowkiller"-more links



  • Careless campers in the woods. A Bigfoot revenge.
  • Matthew Scott Hansen's "Shadowkiller"

  • The Shadow Killer

  • Welcome
  • Squatch Detective Radio Tonight...

    Steve Kulls will have as his guest New York State investigator Bill Brann to discuss reports in New York State, as well as hopefully the book he co-authored, Monsters of The Northwoods. The show starts at 9:00 EST and can be found at Please tune in and support great research.


  • The Bridgewater Triangle Video

  • New Cayman Croc Sightings

  • Pink Bird Wonders Sighted

  • New Parrot Species A Fake?

  • New Mexico River Serpent

  • The science of Godzilla
  • Sunday, February 11, 2007

    Review: Sasquatch Experience 2-11-07

    This was a great show, with Illinois researcher Stan Courtney answering some great questions from our listeners, such as Dave McCullough, Billy Willard, Mike Killen and Bill Green. He discussed his research in Illinois, as well as his bird-watching hobby
    and his early years in Idaho. He answered questions about the Skookum Cast, the Memorial Day Footage, the Patterson Movie, and other subjects. It was a great show, and very enjoyable. Our next show is next Sunday at 9:00 EST and will feature Steve and Robin Pickett, researchers from Indiana who also have their own show on Blog Talk Radio. Our address is As always, please tune in and support great research.

  • American Dime Museum Closes - Part II
  • Sasquatch Experience Tonight...

    Our guest tonight is Illinois researcher Stan Courtney. The show starts at 9:00 P.M. EST and can be found at As always, please tune in and support great research.

    Cryptomundo Headlines

  • Spare A Dime? Musuem Closes - Part I

  • The Great Days of Yeti Hunting

  • The Monster of Conser Lake
  • Eel wiggles its way to a school playground
  • Black Dogs and UFOs