• Posts Tagged ‘Cryptozoology’

    More Cryptozoology

    by  • March 7, 2019 • MSJ Time Machine • 0 Comments

    Bronze figure of a griffin

    If you enjoyed Monday’s cryptozoology story, here are a few more stories you might also enjoy! “How to Build a Pig-Duck” by Rachel Rodman (hybrid and chimera creatures) “The Benefits and Risks of Calorific Fat Cell Inversion” by Denzell Cooper (Lovecraftian critters in a lab setting) “A Distant Honk” by Holly Schofield (an unusual...

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    A Last Minute Message for the Youth

    by  • March 4, 2019 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    A letter from Richard Rictor, as provided by Brodie Lowe Art provided by Luke Spooner Preparation is key. Especially when going up against Iredell County’s newest monsters in those woods behind your house. Given the fact that none of us know what caused the research facility’s outbreak, we can assume that city hall was...

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    Old Mother Shudders

    by  • February 11, 2019 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Art for "Old Mother Shudders"

    An essay by Old Mother Shudders, as provided by Tom McGee Art by Leigh Legler There was a time when everyone knew to come to me for advice … but then my hair began to grey, my back began to stoop, my hands, once so strong, so capable, became frail and wrinkled. I began...

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    A Distant Honk

    by  • June 18, 2018 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Art for "A Distant Honk"

    An essay by Zoe Torres, as provided by Holly Schofield Art by Luke Spooner The footprints were as big as my snowshoe, the narrow heel a crisp outline, the impression not more than a couple of hours old. The tracks beelined from the forest edge right through my campsite, growing more erratic as they...

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    Strange Science: Tardigrades

    by  • March 23, 2018 • Strange Science • 0 Comments

    Tardigrade

    Tardigrades, aka water bears or moss piglets, have experienced a recent upsurge in popularity. They’re tiny little critters (only about 0.5 millimeters, or 0.02 inches), and scientists have known about them since the eighteenth century. But despite scientists studying them for hundreds of years, there’s plenty we are still learning about tardigrades. For example,...

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