Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 19th, 2012
In the Scottish Highlands is a mystery that has intrigued the world for generations: the Loch Ness monster; real or just a local fable, preserved to lure in the tourist dollar? One man, Nessie hunter Steve Feltham, is a believer – so much so he left his job, house, and girlfriend to dedicate his life to proving the creature’s existence. Steve Feltham lives in a caravan on the shore of Loch Ness, and makes clay figurines of Nessie to help fund his dream.
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“This would have been about 40-to-45 feet in life, about the size of a bus,” said Darlene Sumerfelt of the Dallas Paleontological Society. “It would’ve weighed eight tons and could’ve eaten you in one bite.”
New movie The Dinosaur Project features previously unseen footage from the ill-fated, eponymous 2011 expedition to the Congo in search of the Mokele Mbembe. Discover a world lost for millions of years. In UK cinemas August 10th.
Cryptid Conspiracies: Book One, The Secret of Loch Ness, is the title of a new novel from Abbie Goyette. And it’s a book about which we’re told the following: “Amber Mcpherson is summoned to Inverness in Scotland by a letter sent to her by her grandfather, right before he is killed. In the letter he [...]
A new post at CFZ-Canada takes issue with the amount of good crypto-themed material available for kids. It begins like this: “At a recent conference, I spoke about Cryptozoology in general and the local sightings in southern Ontario. In the audience was a brilliant 8 year old boy named Billy. Billy had done a book [...]