Monday, January 16, 2012

Cliff Barackman's Minnesota Field Notes Talks About the Peeping Bigfoot Who Has a Nickname

Cryptozoology, mythology and UFOlogy all come together in the latest report from Scott Corrales of the Institute of Hispanic UFOlogy. And the reviews of incidents in which diminutive humanoids have made their presences known stretch far and wide in this lengthy gathering of anomalous events. A little more complicated, however, is the hunt for Bigfoot, and Craig Woolheater adds a new wrinkle to the ongoing adventure with his report, Updated: Dr. Melba Ketchum a Bigfoot Witness? Is it just a matter of who saw what where and when? Also, Loren Coleman studies possible unintended consequences of a popular television series in Will Finding Bigfoot Have A Negative Impact On Sasquatch Research?, suggesting it's science vs. sensationalism at its best and noting sensationalism's impact on the signal to noise ratio within cryptozoology. And in what is just a slightly amusing footnote to the seriousness within the cryptozoology field, the NH Supreme Court Rules On Bigfoot Filmmaker.

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