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Episode 9 – Water Cryptids

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Shane Corson

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This week we’ll be discussing water cryptids such as Cadborosaurus, Champ, and Loch Ness with Jay Cooney, Scott Mardis, and Dale Drinnon. Jay Cooney is a writer/author who writes a blog called Bizarre Zoology which contains articles about strange facts and theories of zoology, paleontology, paleoanthropology, and cryptozoology. He’s a high school student with a vast amount of knowledge on the subject of cryptozoology, an impressive grasp on science, and has massive potential in the field for years to come. Scott Mardis is one of the leading researchers into the mystery of the creature named Champ from Lake Champlain. He is a specialist in paleontology and has been a valuable volunteer contributor to the Vertebrate Paleontology Department of the Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences. Scott starred on the first episode of Monster Quest, has led many expeditions for the creature, had a possible sighting in Vermont in 1994 when his interest in cryptozoology began, and even moved to the area for quite some time in order to concentrate on his research into the creature. He is part of the team and website called Brite Yellow Champ Camp and runs a Facebook group named Zombie Plesiosaur Society. Dale Drinnon is a writer for the Centre for Fortean Zoology and also writes a blog named Frontiers of Zoology. He has been a researcher in the field of Cryptozoology for 30 plus years and has a degree in Anthropology from Indiana University. He has an interest into a wide array of cryptids world-wide.