Thursday, October 30, 2008


The Anomalist has outdone itself today with a huge amount of new crypto stories; and here they are!

Vampire Moth Discovered -- Evolution at Work National Geographic. Just in time for Halloween, researchers have discovered a "previously unknown population of vampire Siberia." With photo. And right on the heels of this newly discovered terror, Nick Redfern reveals the terror expressed through the centuries at several locations around the world in Beware of the Black Dog.
Meanwhile, there's something in the water at Cyprus' Kouris Dam as Officials Search for Mystery 'Monster' and there's The Enduring Reign of the Jersey Devil.
Elsewhere, in a time sensitive announcement, Cryptomundo has revealed the limited sale of the Big Gama-Go Yeti.
The Search for the Buru and the Sacred Brass Plates Lancaster Eagle Gazette
Marc W. Miller, psychologist and cryptozoologist, continues the tale of his search for a giant aquatic lizard legend says lives in the swampy reaches of India's northeastern provinces. The cryptid column continues, in sequence,
here and here. If you missed it, you'll find the initial installment of this true adventure tale here.

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