Thursday, December 31, 2009

In an exclusive news release, William Gibbons brings to light some of the latest findings he and his associates have made concerning the dinosaur-like cryptid known by Congolese natives as the Mokele-Mbembe or La'Kila-Bembe and the rhinoceros-like Emela-Ntouka, which is also known as the N'Goubou. Gibbons expresses the belief the Mokele-Mbembe may be in danger of imminent extinction. Whatever the case, both of these cryptids are very rare. With images. Meanwhile, there's some very positive news for the International Museum of Cryptozoology revealed in Museum Makes Another Top Ten List.
M.k. Davis Needs Prayers - The Search For Bigfoot Forum

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Larry Battson's Wild World Tomorrow...

Larry is ending 2009 with a New Years' Eve celebration with his brother Kevin, beginning at 10:00 EST/9:00 Central. And as always, we encourage you to please tune in and support great research.
A woman living near Grantsville in western Maryland describes what she saw while returning from a holiday party in the early post-midnight hours on December 16. What could the creature be that this lady encountered in western Maryland? That's a question for cryptozoologists, of course. But cryptozoologists don't always get to check out exotic beasts like the one prowling 'round a garbage can in Maryland. Sometimes they have to involve themselves with less bizarre creatures, such as the ones described in New Pygmy Sea Cow Discovered. With images.

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Wildmen and Fossil Hominids Cryptozoology Online
Dale Drinnon gives his opinion concerning the ongoing examination of fossilized remains of hominids and the reports of such "wildmen" as Australia's Yowie. Noting the primitive appearance of fossils found in Australia and elsewhere, Drinnon compares the finds and reports to the supposed existence of "Solo hominids...also called 'tropical neanderthals'...". Is there a new way of looking at what may be lurking in the woods? Meanwhile, Loren Coleman comments on a recent reexamination of a World War I claim by a German naval officer and the resultant images in An Art Motif Origin for U28's Croc Monster?
A true Renaissance Man gets a quick biography that juxtaposes what everyone considers his solid scientific side to what many consider a crazy swerve on life's later path. Robert Rines was one of the foremost inventors in a nation full of the inventive spirit. He was a scientist, composer, patent attorney and...probably the best known of all the Loch Ness Monster hunters. What drove a renowned individual with impeccable academic credentials to search for what is arguably the most famous cryptid in the world? Could it be he was convinced the creature existed? There were other Nessie searchers around Loch Ness at the time of Rines' investigations, and some of them were of a character far beneath that of Rines, as you'll see in Mike Dash's report Frank Searle's Lost Second Book. With photos. Elsewhere, Loren Coleman shares comments on an unsavory claim that has raised the hackles of many sober seekers of North America's best known cryptid, as seen in Bigfoot Massacre Mess Ends Decade. With images.

Monday, December 28, 2009

Sasquatch Watch Radio Tonight...

Billy and Mike welcome Sylvanic Research founder Todd Standing beginning at 9:00 EST/8:00 Central. And as always, we encourage you to please tune in and support great research.
Cryptomundo » Bigfoot Massacre Mess Ends Decade

Sunday, December 27, 2009

Nite Callers Tonight...

Date / Time: 12/27/2009 7:00 PM EST/6:00 Central

Category: Paranormal

Call-in Number: (646) 716-4530

She has as much energy as a hydroelectric plant, virtually running on water alone, and somewhere down the line, must be related to Annie Oakley. Her name is Phylis B. Canion, Phyl for short. She divides her time between actively practicing as a Doctor of Nutrition and an avid outdoorsman. Two years and 26 chickens later, the Chupacabra landed in the hands of someone determined to discover the truth about what she thinks is the mystical Chupacabra. Heavy rains and lowland flooding caused the creature to stir, resulting in a vehicle collision. The rest is simply history, but the legend truly lives on. The passion for the truth about this beast is one that has not only captured the inquisative nature of the Chupacabra Lady but all of the thousands that have contacted her with even more questions that one can imagine. What do you think-go to our page and tell us. See the website at: Join Nite Callers Radio for something different and unique. We will continue to expand the horizons of our unknown world. Have a safe and blessed holiday from the cast of Nite Callers Radio. Thanks so much for listening in. And as always, we encourage you to please tune in and support great research.

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12/31/2009 10:00 PM - New Year's Anniversary Show

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A Mummified Little Person? Cabinet of Wonders
From the Fortean news of the day: A 14-inch long mummy, discovered in Casper, WY, in 1932, has been pointed to as a possible example of the Little People the Native Americans said inhabited the forests of the New World. Dale Drinnon and Dr. Karl Shuker have taken opposite sides in the argument over whether the mummy is an adult or just an example of a deformed fetus. With images. Meanwhile, more than mummified remains are the subject of A Human Bone-stealing Cult Loose in Venezuela? Elsewhere, Loren Coleman sees "twilight language" in what a woman assailant was wearing during her attack on a religious leader, as seen in Woman in Red Attacks Pope. Does the attack portend the coming fulfillment of a prophecy? With video. There's also news today that a recent Fortean mystery has a more "moondane" explanation, as reported in Mystery Stink Riddle Solved.

Boxing Day’s Cryptozoology Origins

An Art Motif Origin For U28’s Croc Monster?