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Monstro Bizarro: CBS Morning Show Cryptozoology Feature

on November 12, 2012 | Leave a comment

The long-running news show, CBS SUNDAY MORNING, recently did a feature on cryptozoology. Reporter Serena Altschul took a look into the world of bigfoot and other cryptids when she visited Loren Coleman, famed cryptozoologist and curator of the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine. She also followed Loren to Jefferson, Texas where he was a keynote speaker at Cryptopalooza along with several other notable bigfoot researchers, authors, and filmmakers.

The segment features interviews with Loren Coleman, Ken Gerhard (Monsters of Texas), Dave Coleman (Bigfoot Filmography), Eduardo Sanchez (Exists, Blair Witch Project), myself, and more. It includes a mention of The Legend of Boggy Creek, along with a few clips, as well as a conversation with director Eduardo Sanchez regarding his upcoming bigfoot-shocker, EXISTS. Brief shots from the EXISTS trailer can be seen in the report!

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Monstro Bizarro: Return of the Chupacabra?

on July 15, 2011 | 6 Comments

In light of the latest issue of Rue Morgue (#113), in which we explore the realms of legendary creatures such as Trolls, Bigfoot and Mothmen, perhaps the ol’ Chupacabra was feeling a bit left out. But not to fear! An alleged goatsucker has just been spotted in Texas.

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Santa Sangre poster

on January 19, 2011 | Leave a comment


Check out this bloody vivid poster by artist Florian Bertmer, commissiond by Mondo Tees and Severin Films for their screening of Jodorowsky’s Santa Sange at the Alamo Drafthouse. Read on to find out how to nab one.

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Monstro Bizarro: The Texas Chupacabras

on July 30, 2010 | 3 Comments

With all the recent “Chupacabras” incidents in Texas, I figured it’s only appropriate that I comment on this, especially since some of the creatures were discovered only a short distance from where I live. This may be old news to those who followed the reports a few weeks ago, but nonetheless there’s some interesting conclusions to be drawn here.

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