Archive for the ‘lake monsters’ Category

Paid cryptozoologist?

February 29, 2008

Nobody pays anyone .  You do it free, or forget it.

Jon-Erik Beckjord

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HISTORY CHANNEL CONTINUES TO BE OFF BASE ON BIGFOOT

February 1, 2008

History channel, A&E and the others continue to exploit the public’s curiosity over “monsters”  with on-going programs about researchers who fail (and always will) to find actual monsters, aquatic or land because of the tendancy

of researchers to find  objects left by shape-shifters and dimensional travellers and to then scream “Ahah – proof at last!” . This has gone on since the before the invention of TV.

Bits of hair, bits of blood (that we also have found) , track impressions, screams on tape,

photos (which we have taken also) all form “teasers” that never end. Bodies are never,ever found.  The jaws of  Gigantopithecus blacki, a 500,000 year old fossil ape,

are waved about  but they never match the slender jaws of the Patterson Bigfoot. (1967 -film) Smells, poop, hairs, dna or the lack thereof, never match.  It is time to quit.

Jon-Erik Beckjord, BA,MBA Director, ICS

Humanoid on Mars? NASA photo from 2004 may show one.

January 24, 2008

We can’t say it is a sasquatch, nor a humanoid,  nor a human, and it might be a statue or model. But it shows too much detail to be a mere rock.

Trust me, NASA will now mount a special mission to go there and destroy whatever it is it, or was.

Trust no one.

NOTE:  THE OLD INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY “OF” CRYPTOZOOLOGY  , DEAD FOR YEARS, IS  NOT  THE SAME AS OUR INTERNATIONAL CRYPTOZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Make no errors.

Watch now for the new CRYPTOZOOLOGY MERIT BADGE with the Boy Scouts.

Jon-Erik Beckjord     925-385-0422

Dr. Robert Rines of Loch Ness joins ICS

September 4, 2007
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The ICS is not the same as the ISC, which is defunct. However, we have 5 PhDs on the Board of Advisorsand now famed Dr Robert Rines has agreed to join the Board of Advisors, which also has Nessie filmer Dick Raynor on it, and also Dr. Peter Rubec, marine biologist.  (Raynor is ambivalent -modesty – about

what is in his 1967 film, but we feel it is similar to our own 1983 film, and both show a Nessie).

We welcome Dr Rines and wish him good health.

                     Jon-Erik Beckjord, MBA, Director