U.S. And Russian Scientists Target Elusive Siberian Snowman Huffington Post
Lee Speigel has the latest on this week's planned meeting in Russia to bring together many scientific voices that have been speaking out about the suspected existence of an elusive hairy hominoid in the wild places of the world. A photo gallery of evidence is included, as well as words from International Cryptozoology Museum (ICM) owner Loren Coleman, who, with co-author Patrick Huyghe, penned the classic The Field Guide to Bigfoot and Other Mystery Primates. Coleman reveals that he was invited to attend the upcoming meeting but was not offered complementary travel arrangements and also has the move of the ICM to larger quarters to supervise. Also, Nick Redfern has the numbers from his just concluded
survey about his readers' views of the mysterious manlike creatures in Bigfoot Poll Results and the beginning of a new poll seeking participants' views of the Loch Ness Monster. There's more, too, about colossal cryptids in Loch Ness and another Scotland lake in Previously Unknown Land Sighting of Nessie and Loch Awe Monster. Meanwhile, the thylacine may be extinct, but many residents of Australia don't think so, claiming to have glimpsed the furtive creature, as they all assert in Tasmanian Tiger Witnesses Speak Out... Elsewhere, there's what could be a shock to some, offered in a recent news video shown as Scientists Plan to Reverse Evolution 2011. What next, A Unicorn Rabbit?