Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Dr. Melba Ketchum has scrapbook of things being said about her [Bigfoot DNA]

Animal Planet's FINDING BIGFOOT Returns January 1, 2012 [Press Release]

New book by Dave Coleman

Roland Watson, author of The Water Horses of Loch Ness, keeps a close eye on the famous body of water in Scotland that's believed by many to hold an unknown creature considered the most famous cryptid in the world. Now Watson has spotted images from the Google Earth satellite effort that show several large objects in the waters of Loch Ness. The images, from a few months ago, are provided with an image of a cruiser boat taken by the satellite equipment for comparison. Since the objects do not compare at all with the boat image, what can they be? There are reports of another famous cryptid today, too, as Lon Strickler releases two recent communications about North America's elusive apeman, including analyses of the most famous film footage of the creature, in Bigfoot Encounters, Inquiries and Questions. There's a bit of the cryptozoological in Dale Drinnon's latest posting at his Frontiers of Anthropology site today, as well, and can be seen in the illustrations and background of a worldwide myth offered through the tale of The Giant Turtle That Bears The World On Its Back. Elsewhere, the gift-giving season is climbing into full swing and prompting at least one famous cryptozoologist, author and museum director to point you toward the growing number of gifts available for the cryptozoology fans on your list, as can be seen in What Are The Top Cryptozoology Holiday Gifts For 2011? Some additional suggestions can be found in Bigfoot Calendar You Have Got To Have!; Pick Up Your Loren Mug - Support SharonLee's Blog and Cryptozoologist Loren Coleman: How Many Books? We would be remiss, of course, not to mention several Loren Coleman titles can be found in the Anomalist Books Catalog along with the works of many other authors who focus on the unusual subjects that stretch the boundaries of the unexplained.

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