Posted by: John Kirk on August 25th, 2010
A team of monster hunters will return to Cameron Lake next month to search for a creature that locals have swapped stories about for years.
The B.C. Scientific Cryptozoology Club first visited the area last September after an invitation from Oceanside Tourism to probe for evidence of the Cameron Lake monster.
Read: BCSCC Seeks Lake Cameron Monster »
Posted by: John Kirk on August 20th, 2010
This will be my last post on this subject until I have further news on when the show will be aired. I have asked the producers for a still from the footage, but am not expecting they will comply with my request.
Read: Even More Thoughts on Alaska Cadborosaurus Footage »
Posted by: John Kirk on August 19th, 2010
Having read the comments on my earlier post regarding purported Cadborosaurus footage from Nushagak Bay, Alaska, I wish to address and clarify some of the points raised by readers of Cryptomundo.
Read: More Thoughts on Alaska Cadborosaurus Footage »
Posted by: John Kirk on August 16th, 2010
My erstwhile colleague Loren Coleman posted about the television program that is said to contain footage of 15 Cadborosauruses. This was in response to comments about the footage made by my good friend and colleague Jason Walton.
So as to clarify things and end speculation, allow me to tell the readership about this footage. I have seen it and examined it repeatedly for three hours in May last year and am satisfied that what is in the footage is not a known animal.
Read: 15 Cadborosauruses? Maybe a few less. »
Posted by: John Kirk on February 15th, 2010
The current medal count is Canada 3 Australia 1.
Go Canada Go!!!
Read: Update: A Proud Canuck on Quatchi »
Posted by: John Kirk on February 14th, 2010
It is utterly appropriate to have our unofficial provincial animal representing us at these games and we wouldn’t have it any other way. If we could add Ogopogo and Cadborosaurus to our mascots that would be perfect, but they will be there another day.
Read: A Proud Canuck on Quatchi »
Posted by: John Kirk on July 28th, 2008
It delights me no end to see the recent interest in Robyn Holman’s Ogopogo sighting and the recent article in the Victoria Times Colonist enquiring about what has happened to Cadborosaurus. Along with the efforts of British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club vice president, Jason Walton, these articles may stir up memories of people who have seen [...]
Read: The Summer of Cadborosaurus and Ogopogo »
Posted by: John Kirk on June 7th, 2008
I received this email from the brother of the late Scott Norman and it is dedicated to all who supported the Norman family in their time of bereavement: Hello all My folks Tom and Diane and I, Javin, would like to say thank you for all the thoughts prayers and writings that have come our [...]
Read: A Word of Thanks From The Family Of Scott Norman »
Posted by: John Kirk on March 1st, 2008
Loren has written a truly wonderful summary of the life of Scott Norman, our mutual friend and fellow cryptozoological investigator elsewhere here at Cryptomundo. I and all of Scott’s friends are deeply indebted to Loren for such a glowing tribute. Scott and I had been friends for 10 years and as Loren has written, we [...]
Read: Remembering Scott Norman »
Posted by: John Kirk on July 28th, 2007
The W5 program There’s Something Out There: A Bigfoot Encounter appears to be set for rebroadcast on July 28 at 7p.m. nationally across Canada on CTV HD. The program is a look at Sasquatch, primarily in Central and Eastern Canada. I still have not seen it and look forward to examining for myself, a program [...]
Read: W5 program on Sasquatch to be rebroadcast on July 28th »
Posted by: John Kirk on May 24th, 2007
I haven’t been to Loch Morar in Scotland. It is always that left hand turn that I miss when I travel north from southern Scotland to the Highlands. I have been to Lochs Lomond, Linnhe, Lochy, Oich, Ness and Shiel, but Morar remains on my to-do list. Elizabeth Montgomery wrote about the creature of Loch [...]
Read: Morag: The Cryptid of Loch Morar »
Posted by: John Kirk on May 23rd, 2007
This is a reminder to all Canadian Cryptomundo readers that the Bunbury Films production on the mystery hairy hominid entitled Bigfoot’s Reflection will air tonight for one hour on Space Channel at 9p.m. I could not make any sense of whether is 9 p.m. in each region, but that’s what it looks like to me. [...]
Read: Reminder: Bigfoot’s Reflection On Canadian TV Tonight »
Posted by: John Kirk on May 12th, 2007
Many readers are familiar with the most famous lake cryptid in British Columbia known variously as Ogogpogo or Naitaka. There are actually more sightings reports for Ogopogo than there are for the Loch Ness unknown. However, in recent years sightings have diminished. As I spend a fair amount of my investigative work at Okanagan Lake, [...]
Read: Dearth of Ogopogo Sightings in Past Year »
Posted by: John Kirk on May 7th, 2007
Gord Johnson of Cranbrook has made it an incredible double. He not only saw a sasquatch but a short while later he was able to also find tracks made by one. The following is extracted from the Edmonton Sun: Possible Sasquatch Sighting B.C. man see ‘the beast’ CRANBROOK, B.C. — A Cranbrook resident says he [...]
Read: British Columbia Sasquatch Sighting Near Cranbrook »
Posted by: John Kirk on May 7th, 2007
While sauntering through youtube.com the other day I came across a really wild video in Turkish all about the mysterious cryptid of Lake Van. I have to say that it was mind blowing to watch what appears to be a movie prop monster cruising the lake as well as appearing to eat a diver. There [...]
Read: Wild and Woolly Turkish Video Depicts Lake Van Cryptid »