Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 17th, 2012
Do you have something large, big, huge you would like to donate to the International Cryptozoology Museum?
Have a full scale Lake Monster replica in your backyard you’ve been wanting to contribute to the world’s only cryptozoology museum, but you didn’t know how to get it to us?
Can you put your hands on this yellow minisub that dived in Loch Ness in 1969?
Were you involved with an artistic creation of a giant Yeti or some other large cryptid, and now you’d like to see it displayed permanently in an educational and tourist mecca in Portland, Maine?
Have you been trying to think of what you should do with that taxidermy black leopard your grandfather left you?
Look around your house. Anything there which would enhance the collection here?
The International Cryptozoology Museum has privately been offered an intriguing opportunity. If we can get some large items freely donated to the collection, substantially subsidized arrangements will be made to have them transported from anywhere in the USA to the museum in Portland, Maine.
Think about it. Do you have anything you wish to donate, but the shipping costs have been holding you back?
So, if you seriously do have something we might be interested or, yes, thrilled to add to our exhibitions, please contact the museum via Loren Coleman, Director, privately, by filling out the form here.
Yellow minisub used by Dan Scott Taylor who searched for the Loch Ness Monsters in 1969, next to Dallas Tanner, author of Wake of the Lake Monster.