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Famed for hunting the Mongolian Deathworm, the self-made Cryptozoologist Ivan Mackerle receives an excellent review in the Prague Post. Mackerle, 65, and his small band of friends have travelled across the Gobi desert, hacked through the jungles of Madagascar, and scuba dived remote Micronesian islands to name but a few. Ivan was one the main […]
After much anticipation, the Centre for Fortean Zoology have finally released a documentary recount of the 2005 expedition to Mongolia where the CFZ and yours truly trekked around the Gobi Desert for four weeks interviewing witnesses, and searching for evidence of the fabled Mongolian Deathworm! Richard Freeman, the CFZ’s zoological director, does a fine job […]
So its been almost a month, my only defence is that the move from one server to the other took longer than I intended (and a little bit stressful at times). Everything should be running as before, although you will have probably noticed we have had a bit of a redesign. It’s not completely finished, […]
Dear Friends, This is just a very quick email to let everybody know that Cryptoworld will probably be off-line for the next few days. I am having a long overdue spring-clean and have also decided to move everything to a new server at the same time. Once the move is complete there will be a […]
Beaches, Caves, Nymphs and Dragons Well, Cryptoworld is back from a well earned break in very-sunny Kefelonia. The island is beautiful and although it is technically a tourist destination, it is really easy to find a quiet spot away from the bright pink bodies – that are laid out like sausages on the beach, sizzling […]
I know I know, it was only a few days ago that Cryptoworld disappeared for a vacation – well although we did sit in the sun and mess around in a swimming pool for a few days, we were busy researching some Wiltshire mysteries, black dogs, haunted houses and the like, which we will write […]
Cryptoworld will be out of communication range for a few days as we are going to explore the surrounding Wiltshire countryside. If all goes to plan we should be back on Saturday, so if you leave a comment or try and contact us, you may have to wait a few days for a response. Lets […]
Thanks to everybody for pointing out there was a problem with the site over the weekend. Something weird happened to the database and caused the pictures in the articles and gallery to stop working. I spent most of yesterday (Monday) trying to work out what was causing the problem, but in the end had to […]
Weird Weekend 2005 It’s that time of year again! Craziness with the CFZ! So if you have nothing better to do over the weekend of the 18th-20th August, then I highly recommend you head down to Devon and have some damn find crypto-fun! Highlights will definitely include some alcohol, giggles, a damn good meal or […]
You may remember that I tried to start a Friday’s Round-up last year, but I failed miserably. So miserably in fact I only managed one Friday! But now, with UFO Mondays , I want to try and re-start a quick update of the weeks news and stories – some of which I have already talked […]
[inspic=15,right,,thumb]Up to 25 people where injured at this years annual Cheese Chase at Cooper’s Hill in Brockworth, Gloucestershire (UK). Some 3000 spectators watched this years event, cheering on contestants from as far afield as Australia, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden and the United States, as they raced 200 metres down a steep slope after the wheel-shaped […]
[inspic=27,right,,thumb]This week, the Egyptian geologist Dr Aly Abd Barakat visited central Bosnia, to give his views on the hills that amateur archaeologist Semir Osmanagic claims are 12,000 year old pyramids. After visiting all three sites, named by Osmanagic as the Bosnian Pyramids of Sun, Moon and Dragon, Dr Aly Abd Barakat said the hills did […]
With the resent wave of TV programs and tabloid interest in all things weird, it seems that more and more people are believing in monsters, ufoâ€™s, ghosts and previously poo-pooed subjects, but why? Are we all so totally fed up with reality TV and stories of war that we need something new to stimulate our tiny minds? Maybe? But I think this is an exciting time, if more people are looking for these things, the greater the chance of actually finding something tangible, and the more evidence they find the more they will want to look. But it’s interesting how we can swing from cynic to believer so quickly. More than half of the UK population believe in UFOs, and a staggeringly large amount of Americans are convinced the US Government are in contact or in league with Aliens. Are they? Should we be worried?
Weird Weekend, CFZ style! Another fantastic Weird Weekend, was had, I believe by one and all. Thanks to all the guys at the CFZ, Jon, Rich, Graham etc., etc… beer was consumed, fun and games played, talks were talked and I guess we learnt a little about this and that – Texas and its Big […]