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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.
This week we go international as we look at cryptids around the world. Lake monsters, flying animals and animals thought to be extinct are seen by witnesses all over the planet. Can all these witnesses be wrong? Join us this Thursday, May22 at 5:00 PM Eastern, 4:00 PM Central and 10:00 PM UK! Chat room available and call-ins welcome!
On this episode we will be talking about Cryptids with special guest Jake Fife, Jake is a Teen with a passion for the paranormal and Cryptid creatures. We will also have Garry Kendrick who is a active memeber of the BFRO, We will talk with him about his experiences in the field.
In this episode, Emi interviews Reddit User, Tom about his fascinating app, the "Cryptozoology Field Guide", available for FREE download (as of the date of this interview, all info subject to change) via the Google Play Store and the Amazon App Store for Android devices. During the episode, Emi and Tom talk about their very similar views on Cryptids and the Paranormal, as well as the thought process that goes into producing an app. Anyone interested in downloading the app can do so by clicking the link below.
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Halloween season is the perfect time to bring up the topic of animals who are often misunderstood and mistakenly associated with the supernatural (such as bats, rats, cats and snakes). Why do these animals have spooky reputations? How did their associate with the supernatural originate? October is also a time when it's common to see television shows focusing on the topic of cryptid creatures. These are animal-like creatures that have yet, to be proven to exist, but have been reportedly seen by many. Is there a Bigfoot? What about El Chupacabra or The Jersey Devil? Whether you believe in such things or not, you do have to admit they make for a fun Halloween discussion. So make sure you're not home alone as you tune in to this episode of The Missy Show. It's sure to be frightfully fun! Join hosts J and D, Saturday, October 18th at 5pm Central.
JC Johnson is a long time investigator and researcher in Cryptozoology and President of Crypto Four Corners,JC has researched just about anything you can think of from Bigfoot, giant snakes, living dinosaurs, werewolves, dragons, giant birds, pterodactyls, centaurs,Skin Walkers, and other cryptids frequently reported in the Four.Corners region.He has even been called "The Indiana Jones of Cryptozoology", We will be discussing some of his best cases and experiences and new projects in his life alsohis thoughts and feelings about the field today.
Lon Strickler is a cryptid reseacher and intuitive who writes and mentors on a variety of fortean subjects.
Lon was born and raised in Hanover, Pennsylvania and later relocated to the Baltimore, Maryland metro area in 1976. At an early age, Lon realized that he had the ability to sense spiritual energy and found this useful in the field when conducting investigations. Most of his early field work concentrated on spiritual activity at historical locations in Maryland and Pennsylvania, in particular locations where traumatic events have occurred.
In 1981, Lon experienced a "Bigfoot" encounter near Sykesville, MD while fishing on the south branch of the Patapsco River. As a result of the incident, he included cryptid studies as an important part of his research. He continued to work regularly in the field until 2001, when physical limitations forced him to scale back.
Lon started the 'Phantoms and Monsters' blog in 2005, which has steadily grown in popularity and read daily by thousands of paranormal enthusiasts, investigators and those seeking the truth. Lon was a co-host on 'Beyond The Edge Radio' from 2010-2014. In 2014 Lon and Sean Forker founded 'Arcane Radio' in which they both host.
Lon's research has been featured on hundreds of online media sources. He has also been a guest on several radio broadcasts, including 'Coast to Coast AM' and featured on Destination America's 'Monsters and Mysteries in America' television show.
On this week's show, we look at the legends, hauntings, cryptids and other strangeness found down under! Australia has long been a country of mystery, legends and hauntings. It started as an English penal colony, which may be the root of many of its strangeness. Join us this Thursday, October 23rd at 5:00 PM Eastern, 4:00 PM Central and 10:00 PM UK to learn about awesome, interesting Australia! See you there!
This week our guest is British author and crypozoological investigator/researcher Adam Davies. Adam has been all over the world investigating and researching a wide array of cryptids. From the Orang Pendek in Sumatra, the Almasty is Russia, the Death Worm of the Gobi Desert in Mongolia, the Mokele Mbembe in the Congo of Africa, the Seljord Serpent in Norway, the Yeti in Nepal, the Mande Burung in India, the Yeren in China, and most recently the Sasquatch of North America. He has appeared on numerous television programs and channels including The National Geographic Channel’s specials entitled Russian Bigfoot and Ape-Man, Animal Planet’s Binding Bigfoot episode titled Indonesia’s Little Bigfoot, and History Channel’s Monster Quest episodes; The Real Hobbit, The Abominable Snowman, and China’s Wildman.
Adam’s recently released book titled Manbeasts: A Personal Investigation details his reactions and situations that he has found himself in while investigating. It also goes into detail about his expedition and experiences with Dr. Brian Sykes which he previously could not publically speak about prior to Sykes study being published. We’ll be discussing the book, the accounts of his newest experiences, and the details therein in. It’s sure to be an interesting and informative conversation so don’t miss it.
Variety To Spice It Up
Ruthann starts out w/ 'Flash Udates', 'Greenies', and thoughts on 'Simple Living'----
Then, she is joined by Chris Perry, (Kit Perry) author, www.ypdbooks.com, speaking about:
"Reflections, one year on, from having published 'The Empathy Spectrum', the world's first vegan themed novel" How has it been received, and what has Chris learned?
Alex (A.J.) Segneri, Executive Director of 'Foundation for a United Front' is next on board. A.J. can be found at Que4 Radio, in Chicago, where he does a thrice weekly show. His latest project is a coop bookstore, Solidarity Coop, which we'll be talking of.
At 60 min. 'Sarit Jacobsohn Views the World' is on---the latest here, in US, and in the Mid East, particularly---
'Bigfoot w/ Rick Schmidt' comes in at 90 min. The topic is:
"Bifooted Bipedal Cryptids from Around the World."
Join us this week as discuss Champ research and other water cryptids with Scott Mardis and Bill Dranginis, both members of the Brite Yellow Champ Camp Research Team. Scott 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 also runs a Facebook group named Zombie Plesiosaur Society. Bill brings a wealth of technology knowledge to the Brite Yellow team as a surveillance and security expert that has worked with the government for many years. As an engineer and technology developer, Bill is able to create custom equipment for any situation or research endeavor. Bill is also a well-respected cryptozoology researcher and lecturer with many years devoted to the search for more information about the existence of Bigfoot and lake monsters. His interest in the world of cryptozoology began after an unexplained cryptid encounter he had in Virginia 19 years ago.