Cryptozoology

Researchers found a surprisingly high amount of eel DNA in the waters of Loch Ness, but it's not clear whether that indicates a gigantic eel or just a lot of little ones.
“We had a good look at the footage but it isn’t clear enough to make out what we are looking at.”
"It's quite a bit like I think a dragon should look like."
A recent sighting of a historic urban legend has some in New Jersey locking their deadbolts and closing their blinds.
My buddies, and fellow enthusiasts, Robert Deis and Wyatt Doyle have recently published their third sterling collection of stories torn from the pages of the men's adventure magazines published in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.
The world's most dedicated Loch Ness monster hunter has scotched reports that he has finally given up looking for the legendary
After nearly quarter century camping out by the banks of Scotland's Loch Ness hoping to glimpse "Nessie", the most dedicated
It appears the Loch Ness Monster has moved out of Scotland, but why?
UPDATE: Some readers have pointed out that this creature could actually be "Bownessie," Lake Windermere's own mythological
It's impossible to prove a negative. In other words, one can't actually find Bigfoot to prove that he's not real; therefore, Bigfoot might be real because we just haven't found him yet. This is similar to how global warming skeptics argue their case.