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By: Loren Coleman

Fri, 22 Dec 2006 02:49:39 +0000

Thanks, Grant. Actually, I tend to do a lot of homework (perhaps too much), all the time, regarding the blogs I write for Cryptomundo and for my articles and books. Most of the time, the labor is hidden, merely makes me happy, and serves my need to fact-check and fill in the right level of texture I like in my word paintings. In the case of Ray Bradbury's "The Jar," I figured if I went to the trouble of looking into my memories' link to the 2006 events, I might as well share the details for others who might also vaguely recall the televised Bradbury story. :-)

By: Grant

Fri, 22 Dec 2006 02:37:02 +0000

It's a little off-topic, but someone really did their homework about the Ray Bradbury story, and the different versions of it.

By: ozman

Thu, 21 Dec 2006 22:00:23 +0000

All imagery collected by SEAL teams is classified. Only the Public Information officer can even apply to have it released, and that seldom happens. When it is thermal imagery, it is even more dificult to release.

By: RaeWish

Thu, 21 Dec 2006 21:58:30 +0000

I only got into cryptozoology during the Summer- clicked on a link about the maine mutant (and what a load of rubbish that turned out to be) on AOL that brought me to this website and now I check up for new posts almost every day. Bigfoot has been my main interest, and I must say, only being sixteen years old, I like to retain some hope that the truth about the hundreds of sightings will all be...verified within my life time. Of course, by 2007 would be even better!

By: arbigfoothunter

Thu, 21 Dec 2006 18:45:18 +0000

Yes, some interesting stories, but it happens all too often: the encounter(s) end and we hear nothing more about it. It happened in Pine Ridge (which may have been one of the most interesting events of the year); and more recently it happened in Wisconsin: the two boys and then the road kill employee. I guess there is nothing to follow up on. Looking back to when I was a younger guy in Michigan, several encounters in the early and mid 70's in lower Michigan ended in the same way. There would be great write-ups in the papers, lots of excitement in the few days that followed, plans to "scour the countryside" and look for evidence, and then nothing else. Either the creature(s) moved on or nothing happened at all to begin with. I always choose the first one myself. In closing, we usually always hope that next year will be the year (for something). Generally, "something" always does happen! I'm done. Next...

By: mystery_man

Thu, 21 Dec 2006 14:57:53 +0000

The thing I find sad about the large amount of cryptid sightings and new species discoveries is that this is likely happening because we are closing in on their habitats which is bringing us closer to them. Unfortunately, a good year for cryptozoological sightings and new discoveries is probably not such a good year for the animals in question.

By: vet72

Thu, 21 Dec 2006 02:32:50 +0000

The Navy SEAL story is definitely the most fascinating and intriguing. Hopefully there'll be some more inside information "leaked out" in 2007? Thanks again for another great list Loren!

By: sadisticgreen

Wed, 20 Dec 2006 19:03:44 +0000

Another great year for cryptozoology as a whole I think. Across the board there have been thousands of different sightings of cryptids, discoveries of new species, discoreies of previosly presumed extinct species and of course the usual barrow-load of moronic hoaxers! Still, were it not for the guys and girls at sites like Cryptomundo we wouldn't know the half of it! Huge thanks for all the fascinating news from 2006 guys and I look forward to what further stories/evidence may be unearthed in 2007.

By: lastensugle

Wed, 20 Dec 2006 19:02:32 +0000

I also had high hopes for the Pine Ridge situation, which in my opinion was the most promising crypto-related event of the year. I have to agree with those, who are wondering why nothing new has surfaced on that story. Maybe sasquatch got tired of the attention and moved somewhere else?

By: Loren Coleman

Wed, 20 Dec 2006 18:31:12 +0000

Those photos were all over the web in 2005. They are merely being recycled in 2006.