Bigfoot Encounters You can submit your sighting of Bigfoot, Sasquatch, or Yeti here, even better if you have a video, image, or sound. The site has access to Legends, Hoaxes and Rumors, Newspaper and Magazine Articles, and of course, Sightings. Every cryptid should have such a nice website.
British Big Cat Society This society has the goals of scientifically identifying, quantifying, Discoverying, and protecting Big Cats that freely roam the British countryside. Live web cams are available, and you can report sightings. Over 1,000 Big Cat sightings were reported in 2002 alone.
CFZ Website United Kingdom's Center for Fortean Zoology's site reports on sightings all over the world, including the exciting "Search for the Chupacabra."
The Chupacabra A report from Mysteries of the World about the famous goat sucker cryptid.
Cryptid Zoo, a Menagerie of Cryptozoology From the site: Cryptozoology is the study of animals and other creatures that have not yet been accepted by science as real. In other words, it is monster-hunting. Cryptozoologists look for creatures like sea serpents and the yeti, hoping to gather enough evidence to prove that these beings exist. They also look for more commonplace animals, such as the ivory-billed woodpecker, the giant vampire bat, the inflatable hedgehog and the pygmy elephant. Creatures that are under investigation by cryptozoologists are called cryptids. Although cryptozoology doesn't get much respect from other scientific disciplines, it has had some spectacular success stories, including the pongo (now known as the gorilla), the okapi (an animal that looks like a cross between a giraffe and zebra), and the coelacanth (a prehistoric fish thought to be extinct).
Cryptozoology.com Subtitled "the scientific study of hidden animals, this California site speculates about such 'cryptids' as the Grail Bird, the chupacabra, Mothman, and other usual suspects. Includes fictional stories as well.
Exploration of Modern Monsters This web site is a collaborative project created by students in English 415/516, "Research and Technology in the Humanities," taught by Professor Eric S. Rabkin at the University of Michigan in Fall of 1999. It contains links to monsters of all types: technological, human, ecological, and reanimated. Also includes a Taboo Table, which includes taboos embodied by monsters. A lot of fun!
Lake Monsters of America Just in time for your next vacation, a map and list of where to look for water monsters. Look out, Fort Worth, home of Lake Worth's half-man, half-goat, believed to be dwelling in the lake, here I come! Not!
Legend of Nessie As the site states, "Welcome to The Legend of Nessie, the Ultimate and Official Loch Ness Monster site, with up-to-date information and photographs of new and past sightings. A must for all Nessie enthusiasts. Bringing you the facts, pictures and sightings of this most elusive of creatures and Loch Ness technical information."
List of Cryptids Uses cryptozoologist George M. Eberhart's classification of ten types of mystery animals, with links to full articles on Wikipedia, along with variant names, descriptions, locations, and depictions.
TexasBigfoot.Net Do not confuse this with the town, Bigfoot, Texas, which was named after Bigfoot Wallace, a totally different entity. This site leads to pictures, videos, research help, and personal encounters. Bigfoot has been sighted in East Texas for years, especially in the Big Thicket National Preserve. I don't know if Bigfoot is bigger in Texas, but the size of the Preserve is 166 square miles, so good luck to ya!
For information about Dragons see my Paranormal site, under Monsters
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