Archive for the “Proto-Pygmies”
Posted by: mystery_man on June 8th, 2010
On the island of Hokkaido, in the cold northern reaches of the Japanese archipelago, the indigenous Ainu people too have their long traditions of an ancient race of dwarf-like people thought to have inhabited the land long before humans arrived.
Read: The Mysterious Little People of Japan »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 28th, 2010
What could it have been?
Read: Waldboro’s Little Hairy Man »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 11th, 2010
If it is suppose to be a charity event, then why not fully make it so? Many new photos, of the exhibits, guests, and more!
Read: Cryptozoology Museum Donates 100% Of Gate to Sanctuary Tattoo Event »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on April 29th, 2010
The entity was described as a little man with smooth, grey skin and four legs or lower extremities, during April 2010. Image.
Read: Monclova Monster: 2010 »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on April 6th, 2010
Discovery of fossil remains, apparently those of a human being but fifteen inches tall, led to the belief that perhaps a race of pygmies once dwelt in India.
Read: Little People Fossils »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on April 2nd, 2010
It is difficult to take anything written on April 1st seriously, even skeptical discussions. But is this one for real? Images.
Read: Hawaiian Weekly Calls Menehune: “First Hoax” »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 17th, 2010
What strange things happen on St. Patrick’s Day. Images.
Read: Flying Wolpertinger »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 13th, 2010
Or is it some other kind of Proto-Pygmy? Images.
Read: Mystery Statue: Agogwe or Orang Pendek? »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 14th, 2009
The study of tracks of all kinds forms a science of its own with a sound methodology. How can what was formerly learned about Sasquatch, Yeti, and other unknown hominoids’ tracks enhance future cryptozoology and hominology?
Read: The Ichnological Evidence For ABSMs »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 11th, 2009
Evidence for unknown hairy hominoids can be fecal in nature, although some people forget that the literature has discussed this matter for decades. Images.
Read: Hominology’s Early Scatology Studies »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 27th, 2009
This book details the northern African little people theories of Robert Grant Haliburton. Image.
Read: The Dwarfs of Mount Atlas »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 23rd, 2009
This is the new complete-body reconstruction of LB1, Homo floresiensis, by the Parisian paleoartist Elisabeth Daynès. Images.
Read: New Look Of The Little Lady of Flores »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 21st, 2009
Hopefully a new study being published in December 2009 will be the final nail in the coffin of all those arguments attempting to debunk the Hobbits, Homo floresiensis, and ignore the reality that a population of very small hominoids lived concurrently with Homo sapiens. Stories of the “little people” have some basis in fact. Period. [...]
Read: Hobbits Not Diseased, Notes Dec. 2009 Study »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 21st, 2009
“The program seriously corrupted the description, falsely portraying Aluxob as hairy all over their bodies, with big ‘carnivorous teeth,’ which is not accurate,” reports one reviewer who was a consultant to the show. Images.
Read: DT Trips Over Aluxob »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 11th, 2009
Let’s take a moment to see how the image of the Hobbit and other hairy creatures are slipping into charts with the other folks around the block. Images.
Read: Flores Little People In Police Lineups »