Tikoloshe: African Dwarves, Sprites, and Fairies

Tikoloshe sketch Photo courtesy of The Mythical Creatures Guide The Tikoloshe, found in Zulu mythology are said to be small, imp-like creatures that possess various forms of magical powers.  The Zulus describe the Tikoloshe as being about as tall as a typical Gnome or Gremlin. Their heads are similar in appearance to that of a … Continue reading Tikoloshe: African Dwarves, Sprites, and Fairies

Look To The Skies: An Investigation Into Thunderbirds, From Folklore To Cryptozoology

https://youtu.be/g_fqMq5Mb3g The team researches legends of giant avian creatures throughout the world and their possible connections to contemporary reports of massive winged beasts. INTRODUCTION Strictly defined by the Encyclopaedia Britannica Online, a Thunderbird is… “In North American Indian mythology, a powerful spirit in the form of a bird. By its work, the earth was watered … Continue reading Look To The Skies: An Investigation Into Thunderbirds, From Folklore To Cryptozoology

Let’s Talk About Bigfoot: By Jim Brown

https://youtu.be/gcB-UewxQqs Jene interviews, special guest, Jim Brown. Jim is a Cryptoscience Society Journal contributor and member of Sasquatch Investigations of Colorado. They discuss the basics of the Bigfoot phenomena, including evidence, and possible explanations. Do they exist? I hear all the time, “If they exist, why isn’t there any evidence?” Well, what kind of evidence? Witnesses? … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Bigfoot: By Jim Brown

The Official Blog of the Cryptoscience Society

Click the image to hear the companion episode of the Cryptoscience Society Podcast. Logo by Jared Stanley. The Crypto Science Society journal began as a means to document the semester proceedings when the organization was founded as a student group at the Metropolitan State University of Denver. The journal is a compendium of research and … Continue reading The Official Blog of the Cryptoscience Society