cryptozoology

cryptids

The ‘Yeti’ Footprints Found by the Indian Army Are Probably Just a Bear's

“Any reasonable person can see these are melted prints.”
Sarah Emerson
4.30.19
urban legends

Five Obscure Urban Legends That Turned Out to Be True-ish

Bunny Man! Catman! Green Man!
Luke Winkie
7.16.18
WTF is that

This Unidentified Sea Creature Washed Up on a Georgia Beach, then Vanished

Some truly odd critters end up stranded on beaches. Here’s what you should do if you find one.
Becky Ferreira
3.22.18
cryptozoology

'Yeti Bones' Were Actually Just Bears, DNA Analysis Shows

It's the most rigorous analysis to date of Yeti samples, the researchers say.
Kate Lunau
11.29.17
Outer Limits

How America’s National Parks Became Hotbeds of Paranormal Activity

Bigfoot and aliens have come to overshadow the government’s aging database of missing persons cold cases.
Sarah Emerson
10.28.17
filmmaking

A VFX Artist Couple Shot an Amazing DIY Fantasy Film in Their Own Home

Visual effects artists Tran Ma and Miguel Ortega’s fantasy film ‘The Ningyo’ is a cinematic feat of digital and practical effects imagination.
DJ Pangburn
5.22.17
Interviews

Humans Love Bigfoot Because We’re Narcissists, Says Bigfoot Expert

Loren Coleman, director of the International Cryptozoology Museum, looks back on a life of chasing legendary creatures.
Emalie Marthe
10.29.16
jobs

Leading Bigfoot Researcher Explains Why a Woman is More Likely to Find Sasquatch

Melissa Hovey-Larsen, president of the American Bigfoot Society and one of the few female cryptozoologist researchers, on dealing with Internet trolls and maintaining a healthy dose of skepticism in all aspects of life.
Jessi Phillips
6.6.16
Canada

After 10 Years, Scientists Searching for Nova Scotia Cougars Call It Quits

Cougar sightings are regularly reported in the province.
Kate Lunau
4.5.16
Stuff

An Interview with the Former 'Weekly World News' Editor Who Created Bat Boy

Former <i>Weekly World News</i> staff members talk openly about their contributions these days. I thought it was time someone got in touch with the father of Bat Boy, Dick Kulpa.
Mike Pearl
9.30.14
Culture

Cryptozoology to Crypto-Fascism: The Story of Hackers' Favorite Prefix

Forget Bitcoin and the NSA, what else is worthy of the world's best prefix?
Ben Richmond
3.26.14
Motherboard Blog

A Sasquatch Impersonator Was Killed By A Pair of Teenage Girls

I'm as much a fan of cryptozoology as the next guy, but this is taking it a little too far: Randy Lee Tenley, a 44-year old resident of Kalispell, Montana, was killed Sunday night while trying to impersonate a sasquatch. According to authorities...
Derek Mead
8.28.12