Category: cryptozoology

cryptids-cryptids: The Devil Bird, also known…


The Devil Bird, also known as the Ulama, is a former cryptid from Sri Lanka. 

The bird was reported to make human-like screams from the jungles of Sri Lanka overnight. In Sri Lankan folklore, the cries were said to be a death omen. 

In the 1950s, ornithologist George Morton Henry – whose area of expertise was Sri Lankan birds – concluded that the Devil Bird was a rare species of bird, the spot-bellied eagle owl. 

cryptid-quest: Cryptid of the Day: Pach An A H…


Cryptid of the Day: Pach An A Ho

Description: 40 million years ago, Gastornis ruled over its prey. A massive flightless bird, it never lived long enough to see humans. The Yakama beg to differ. There’s a creature in their folklore called the Pach An A Ho, which greatly resembles the bird, leading some to believe it lived far longer than it we thought. 

Cryptozoology ≠ Pseudoscience

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cryptid-quest: Cryptid of the Day: Cunarid Di…


Cryptid of the Day: Cunarid Din

Description: In the lower Rio Palcazu valley of Peru, Amuesha tribesmen report a cat that resembles a large, grey jaguar. Allegedly one was killed and skinned by natives in the late 1970s or early 1980s. 



On September 15th and 16th, 2018, the sleeping town of Point Pleasant, West Virginia will be hosting the 17th Annual Mothman Festival. Many events have been planned for this year’s Mothman Festival, including a Very, very special event held by none other than Bethesda Games to commemorate the appearance of the Mothman Museum in their latest installment of the post-apocalyptic rpg franchise, “Fallout 76”!

Many guest speakers will be here in Point Pleasant sharing experiences, alleged encounters with the unexplained, and answering questions about the “cases” they specialize in!


Also, if you do happen to be there, and DO want to meet me in person, you’ll be a lucky duck. I will be posting updates as I scour the streets of Point Pleasant looking for new additions to my personal library.

I hope to see everyone there that day!

~ SB

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My name is Nate Brislin. I am a filmmaker, artist, paranormal investigator, cryptozoologist, and UFO investigator. I am the founder and admin of the Association Of Cryptozoological Fieldwork & Analysis (linked below) which is always accepting new members. I am writing this post with the intention of making it easier for those of you who have any strange or unexplainable reports, stories, or experiences to come forward. This is an outlet for you, free of judgement. Please contact me if you’d like to talk. I’d be more than happy to hear your what you have to say with no judgement.



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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2018Cryptozoology: Cycl…


Cryptozoology: Cyclist Photographs a “Giant Worm”

Source: Grupo NLPZ (Mexico) and Claudio Mora

Cryptozoology: Cyclist Photographs a “Giant Worm”

Young Erick Ivan went out for a bicycle ride as he normally does. However, last night, an extra-normal event befell him on the scenic highway near the vicinity of the summit known as Cerro de la Calavera" (Skull Hill). The photograph shows a sort of “giant worm” that appears to be walking erect.



Cryptozoologist Andy McGrath is trying to get a television show made! He runs the blog Beasts of Britian and has written a book on the subject as well. This teaser trailer highlights Lake Windermere’s monster: Bownessie. On his YouTube channel, in addition to his trailer, are many videos highlighting his efforts in Cryptozoology.

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