Hunting Oz's Cryptid Tigers Cryptomundo
Loren Coleman is stoked after watching the latest film, The Hunter, and gives an overview of the Tasmanian and Queensland tigers along with a much needed geography lesson. He then goes out on limb with a best guess prediction for the probable site of where the Thylacine will be rediscovered. Elsewhere those much talked about tracks of sasquatch are providing hints of its behavior: Video Of Three Mile Trackway in Northern MN by FB/FB Confirms Bigfoots Like to Walk Sideways on Downed Trees. Continuing our trek through the world of cryptids, Glasgow Boy takes a second look at the supposed Loch Ness Monster photo of William Jobes and calls it inconclusive in Follow Up to the William Jobes Photo. Either Nessie has become very adept as posing as a log, or once again we have to dismiss evidence of the elusive loch dwelling creature. In the meantime, while we wait for Nessie to finally show herself, here is a lengthy list of Books on the Loch Ness Monster, from classics to recently published. The books range from the scientific and skeptical to the downright odd, like the privately printed 1984 book I'm Sticking my Neck Out! which poses the theory that the Loch Ness Monster is actually a type of elephant-like animal. Tinier yet no less fascinating are the fey who keep unorthodox historians up at night. This time Dr. Beach looks at the nature of Fairies and Vegetation and how they reflect our relationship with the Earth and growing things.