Archive for the ‘cryptozoology’ Category


Fearsome Creatures of the Lumberwoods

July 24, 2008

A 1910 book about funny critters that may or may not have vexed lumberjacks of yesteryear, now abailable as an online hypertext edition.



Other blogs.

July 8, 2008

You’re stuck with ’em for now, I can’t be bothered.

It’s Sea Monster Week at Tetrapod Zoology.

Caenorhabditis elegans lacks eyes, yet sees, per The Other 95%.

A Neatorama trifecta, as they bring us the giant rubber energy-crisis-solving snake, the Nietzsche Family Circus, and I Met the Walrus.


The Reptoid Research Center.

May 6, 2008


“In quest of the answer to the age-old question, ‘ARE WE ALONE?,’ we’ve been conditioned to stare into space when thinking about “Aliens” and “E.Ts.” This is a classical magicians distraction. We should, instead, be searching under Earth’s surface, in the thousands of miles of underground tunnels, caverns and caves systems. That is where we will discover other forms of intelligent lifeand our visiting Extraterrestrials bases of operations.”

John Rhodes
Researcher – Phenomena Analyst



Martian trilobites, crinoids, and seashells.

April 25, 2008

This guy sees them in NASA’s pictures.  e.g.



This just in- dragonflies eat midgets!

April 9, 2008

Image links to screen capture on Flickr

According to this Wikipedia article, at around 5 pm on Wednesday, April 9, 2008:

“Dragonflies typically eat mosquitoes, little peoples, and other small insects…”

“Little peoples” linking here.


Before germ theory…

March 13, 2008


According to Pink Tentacle:

Long ago in Japan, human illness was commonly believed to be the work of tiny malevolent creatures inside the body. Harikikigaki, a book of medical knowledge written in 1568 by a now-unknown resident of Osaka, introduces 63 of these creepy-crawlies and describes how to fight them with acupuncture and herbal remedies.


How to make an edible Flying Spaghetti Monster

January 11, 2008


(da pic iza link, natch)

Dig also the Flickr set. From Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories.

Elsewhere geblogkt: Neatorama, Pharyngula, BoingBoing