Category: cryptozoology

Do you know of any lists of paranormal/cryptid…

Do you know of any lists of paranormal/cryptid museums? I went to a Bigfoot one and want more but google is making me sift through a bunch of haunted houses

International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine

Mystery Town, USA in Mackinaw City, Michigan

Skunk Ape Research Headquarters in Ochopee, Florida

Mothman Museum in Point Pleasant, West Virginia

International UFO Museum and Research Center in Roswell, New Mexico

Bigfoot Discovery Museum in Felton, California

The Freakybuttrue Peculiarium and Museum in Portland, Oregon

The Paranormal Museum in Asbury Park, New Jersey

The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art & Natural History in London, England

Speculum Alchemie in Prague, Czech Republic

The Museum of Alchemists and Magicians of Old Prague in Prague, Czech Republic

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Am Fear Liath Mòr is the name of a ghost or cryptid said to haunt the peak of Ben Macdui in Scotland (pictured above.) It has been described as a tall creature covered in short hair and its presence is said to cause extreme unease in the mountaineers who visit.

Early Encounters with the Nessies | Mysterious…

Early Encounters with the Nessies | Mysterious Universe: undefined

Weird Cryptids and More with RA Brewster – Jun…

Weird Cryptids and More with RA Brewster – June 9, 2018: undefined

8 Real Life Sightings & Encounters With Prehis…

8 Real Life Sightings & Encounters With Prehistoric Creatures | Compilation: undefined

Military Bigfoot Cover-up? (Blood samples take…

Military Bigfoot Cover-up? (Blood samples taken) – True Story!: undefined

allosauroid: Extinct or Alive – The Zanzibar …

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Extinct or Alive – The Zanzibar Leopard

For those who couldn’t catch the episode on TV, here is Forrest Galante’s program about the Zanzibar leopard.

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Cryptozoological Resource Blogs and Websites:

ShukerNature: Cryptozoologist Karl Shuker’s blog. He writes updates to this blog often and writes about many lesser known cryptids.

CryptoZooNews: Loren Coleman’s website and blog posts. Updates with things you may not find elsewhere. 

 Cryptomundo: This blog is written by numerous Cryptozoologists including Loren Coleman, Craig Woolheater, and John Kirk.

Strange Ark: This is a simple resource website that is hosted by Cryptozoologist Chad Arment. 

Virtual Institute of Cryptozoology: French Cryptozoologist Michel Raynal’s basic website with a few resources. Also available in French. 

Centre for Fortean Zoology: The official website for CFZ, an organization based on the search for unknown animals. 

THE LAGARFLJOT WORM, INDICATIVE OF A LARGER N…

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cryptid-wendigo:The British Columbia Scientifi…

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The British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club (BCSCC) is Canada’s own Cryptozoology organization. It was founded in 1989 by

James A. Clark, Dr. Paul LeBlond and John Kirk. “The BCSCC is committed to exploration, research, investigation and also to maintaining databases on cryptozoological animals from all over the globe”. They go on many expeditions, including searching for the Mokèlé-mbèmbé and Champ. The BCSCC is a purely scientific organization and tries to debunk any paranormal surroundings around a creature.