Imagine you’re in the woods.
Reports of mysterious and unidentified creatures are fairly common, but it’s much rarer for eyewitnesses to actually get them on camera (not to mention the fact that many cryptids have a seemingly magical ability to render all photographs blurry or cause cameras to malfunction). That all changed this week in Akron, Ohio as wildlife experts are searching for a bizarre-looking aquatic animal caught on camera this week in a local fishing pond.
Is there a cryptid uprising underway in Argentina?
While it hasn’t happened yet, at least one politician in the Pacific Northwest state of Washington – an alleged hotbed of Bigfoot sightings – is pushing for Sasquatch to be named the official State Cryptid, making it the first to carry that title in the U.S. Jealous?
In the paranormal world it is rare to have a whole new type of entity that doesn’t fit into anything known or cataloged before.
What’s the creepiest thing you’ve encountered on your travels? If you’re very, very lucky, it might have been a cryptid. By definition, cryptids are “animals whose existence is questionable or disputed.” In plain terms, they’re mysterious monsters with a wacky or spooky assortment of fins, feathers, and/or fur.
Vacations come in many shapes and forms. Among the more unusual is the growing trend for cryptotourism, which the International Cryptozoology Museum estimates generates $140million annually in the US alone.
Is the Ayia Napa sea monster of Cape Greco, Cyprus anything more than a tourist attraction? Let’s look at the lack of evidence and find out!