Tag Archives: Cryptozoology

Fiction: A Home for Wayward Demons

An essay by Star Posey, as provided by Megan Dorei Art by Leigh Legler These records are as much for my sanity as they are for posterity. It’s long past due for me to share my findings, and exterior circumstances … Continue reading

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Fiction: The Edge of Gravity

An essay by Ellan Vannin, as provided by Arnout Brokking Art by Luke Spooner On the day of the race I arrive at the track early, the area already filled with frantic activity. Down by the kraals, the animal handlers … Continue reading

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Other Evolution Stories

If you enjoyed Monday’s story about a species evolving, check out these other stories! “Reproductive Strategy in a New Giant Carnivorous Ostracod” by Rebecca Siân Pyne (genetic adaptations of a species in which there are no males) (available in MSJ … Continue reading

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Fiction: Canis ignis

An essay by Derek Bradley, as provided by Cory Swanson Art by Leigh Legler At first, the wolves were shot. People didn’t want to come into the park and see the majestic herbivores chased to their demise by hungry predators. … Continue reading

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Strange Science: Real Life Kaiju

Kaiju, which means “strange creature” in Japanese, like the ones we see in movies couldn’t possibly be real … or could they? This article talks about the real world inspirations for some of the most popular kaiju from movies, all … Continue reading

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Other Cryptozoology Stories

If you enjoyed yesterday’s story about an unusual creature, here are some other stories you might like! “The Skitterer: An Impression of an Imaginary Companion” by G. D. Watry (a strange cryptid that might or might not be real) “Old … Continue reading

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Fiction: The Titan Through the Dust

An essay by Claire Gainsborough, as provided by Joachim Heijndermans Art by Leigh Legler You’ve seen it. Everyone’s seen it. Kids know of it from their school books. It’s been on TV, in movies, and in every history book published … Continue reading

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More Ornithology and Some Cryptozoology

If you enjoyed this week’s story about unusual birds, you might also enjoy these stories! “Cryptoid Sonics: An Investigation into the Use of Cryptozoological Sounds” by Andy Brown (considerations of cryptids for military and other applications) (available in MSJ Spring … Continue reading

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Fiction: In Communion with the Invisible Flock: Erasmus Karl and the Nidificant Manuscript

An essay by Luisa Sontag, as provided by George Salis Art by Leigh Legler “If thy heart were a nest, thou would begat many birds.” –The Purloined Philosophia by Boris of Aventaria There has been much controversy, even mythology, surrounding … Continue reading

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Fiction: The Skitterer: An Impression of an Imaginary Companion

An essay by Titus Rodriguez, Ph.D., as provided by G. D. Watry Art by Leigh Legler Abstract: For decades, myriad parapsychologists have pondered the role of so-called “imaginary companions” (IC) in cases concerning poltergeist activity. Though we may theorize the … Continue reading

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