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International Cryptozoology Museum
 
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International Cryptozoology Museum - Portland Maine
 
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International Cryptozoology Museum - Portland Maine The world's only cryptozoology museum is located at Thompson's Point in Portland, Maine. Cryptozoology is the study of hidden or unknown animals, and you have discovered the world’s only cryptozoology museum. They have a wide range of exhibitions from rare, one-of-a-kind scientific, zoological specimens to popular cultural homages to the relevant anthropological and psychological acknowledgements of the sightings and folk traditions to be found within hominology and cryptozoology.
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Cryptozoology Museum & The Hunt For Bigfoot In Maine
 
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There's a science that is dedicated to finding out if that strange and unfamiliar animal you saw was really what you think it is. It's called cryptozoology, the study of hidden or unknown animals. The only museum in the world dedicated to highlighting this science is the International Cryptozoology Museum Source- http://www.wcsh6.com/news/local/maine-mysteries-a-look-at-cryptzoology-in-maine/184352879 Music - danosongs.com Song- Beautiful Straight Lines
Views: 1268 The Bigfoot Conundrum
The International Cryptozoology Museum
 
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Today I'm visiting the worlds ONLY Cryptozoology Museum. I would highly recommend anyone in the Portland, Maine area to check it out!! INTERNATIONAL CRYPTOZOOLOGY MUSEUM: http://cryptozoologymuseum.com/ CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/jamieleebones HAVE YOU SEEN MY LAST VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wv_BeunDj0 PLEASE FEEL FREE TO FOLLOW ME! Twitter - https://twitter.com/jamieleebones Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jamielee.bones/ Snapchat - jamlee089
Views: 202 Jamie Lee Bones
International Cryptozoology Museum tour, Via The Rogue Bigfootah
 
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Bill Brock the Rogue Bigfootah tours the Crypto-Museum in Portland, Maine.. Please Visit and help support the Museum! Best 7 bucks you will ever spend! ;)
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International Cryptozoology Museum (Loren Coleman)
 
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This interview with Loren Coleman was in Portland, Maine, at the International Cryptozoology Museum. The International Cryptology was our first interview with someone. It was simply a spur of the moment sort of thing.. We had a camera, and we asked him. So sorry for our bleak personalities. Urszula, was doing her best for questions and enthusiasm... But thank you for your comment. Duly noted. This man was interesting, and so was his museum, wish we could go again, and had more footage of his place. Thank you- Holly C For more information on this Museum please go to : www.cryptozoologymuseum.com
Views: 3315 Holly Costa
7 Facts about Maine
 
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In this video you can find seven little known facts about Maine. Keep watching and subscribe, as more states will follow! You can now support this channel via Patreon, by accessing the link bellow. Thank you! https://www.patreon.com/7facts Learn, Share, Subscribe US States & Territories https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRT2EjuHJUt4-YZ59SZNc8ch 206 Countries in One Series https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRR54b-LlPPw6YcUFiBEEP6G Social Media: https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ More information about the video content bellow: 1. Settled by Europeans in the 17th century and officially declared a state in 1820, Maine is known for its chilly winters. Blanketed in forests, and bordered on one side by thousands of miles of coastline, the state is full of wonders both natural and human-made. For thousands of years, indigenous peoples were the only inhabitants of the territory that is now Maine. The first European settlement in the area was by the French in 1604 on Saint Croix Island, by Pierre Dugua, Sieur de Mons. As Maine entered the 18th century, only a half dozen European settlements had survived. 2. Maine has its own desert, which spans 40 acres outside the town of Freeport. Though its silt hills are now a popular tourist attraction, the desert originally developed as a result of over-farming in the area. 3. Maine is nicknamed “The Pine Tree State.” The tree appears on the state flag, and, as of 2012, a full 89 percent of the state was covered in forest, making it the most tree-covered state in the US. 4. Maine has a ton of quirky museums, including the telephone museum in Ellsworth, the Maine Coast Sardine History Museum in Jonesport, the Umbrella Cover Museum in Portland, and perhaps most famously, the International Cryptozoology Museum (also in Portland), dedicated to the study of “hidden” or “unknown” animals like Yetis, Bigfoot, and Lake Monsters. 5. Maine is known as “The Birthplace of Prohibition.” The state was the first to ban the sale and manufacture of alcohol in 1851 (although the law was repealed five years later), and in 1880, Portland Mayor Neal Dow, sometimes called the “Father of Prohibition,” ran for president on the Prohibition Party ticket. 6. European contact with what is now called Maine started around 1200 CE when Norwegians interacted with the native Penobscot in present-day Hancock County, most likely through trade. About 200 years earlier, from the settlements of Iceland and Greenland, Norwegians had discovered America and attempted to settle areas such as Newfoundland, but failed to establish a permanent settlement there. Archeological evidence suggests that Norwegians in Greenland returned to North America for several centuries after the initial discovery to collect timber and to trade, with the most relevant evidence being the Maine Penny, a 10th-century Norwegian coin found at a Native American dig site in 1954. 7. The first capital of Maine was Portland. It was established as the village of Casco in 1632, thus making it one of the oldest cities in the US. Today Portland is the state’s largest city. But Portland didn’t remain a capital for long. Just 12 years after Maine became a state, the capital was moved to Augusta. This is an even older city, having been established in 1629 as Cushnoc in an area that was a hotbed of Native American hostilities towards European settlements. More Info: http://mentalfloss.com/article/71867/25-magnificent-facts-about-maine Music: Samlagore – Calming Waves https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tr044U6mYbY https://soundcloud.com/samlagore https://twitter.com/samlagore https://samlagore.bandcamp.com Images: http://cdn.history.com/sites/2/2014/01/settlers-fighting-natvie-americans.jpg https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/56/Desert_of_Maine_-_Freeport%2C_ME_-_IMG_8012.JPG/1200px-Desert_of_Maine_-_Freeport%2C_ME_-_IMG_8012.JPG http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-0ktb9loeBRE/TWZMUD1Zc2I/AAAAAAAABCE/wgpCFQIlTBA/s1600/020.JPG https://www.acadiavisitor.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/18/2015/04/Telephone-Museum-6.jpg https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a7/Sardine_canner%2C_Maine_State_Museum_at_Augusta_IMG_1987.JPG https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b8/Umbrella_cover_museum.jpg/1200px-Umbrella_cover_museum.jpg http://cdn-image.travelandleisure.com/sites/default/files/styles/1600x1000/public/1449777551/International-Cryptozoology-Museum-Maine-ROADSIDE1215.jpg?itok=VidLk3rb https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d0/Neal_Dow_daguerreotype.jpg http://www.ancient-origins.net/sites/default/files/field/image/Maine-Penny.jpg https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f5/Augusta%2C_Maine.jpg Intro Creator: Pushed to Insanity http://pushedtoinsanity.com/portfolio-item/free-2d-outro-template-11/
Views: 19931 Sebastian ioan
Top 10 Weirdest Museums in the World
 
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Bizarre, unsettling, crazy, cool . . . ?? Welcome to MojoTravels and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the top 10 weirdest museums in the world. For this list, we’re looking at all the weird and wonderful museums to be found across the globe. 10: British Lawnmower Museum 9: Cancún Underwater Museum 8: International Cryptozoology Museum 7: Torture Museum 6: Sexmuseum Amsterdam 5: Siriraj Medical Museum 4: Beijing Tap Water Museum 3,2,1 . . .?? #Weird #Museum #Travel
Views: 2629 MojoTravels
Maine State Museum in Augusta
 
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In this video I go to the Maine State Museum in Augusta. They have some VERY COOL stuff there. Enjoy and please share this video!
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My RV Life 121:  Cryptozoology & Paranormal Museum
 
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If you haven't realized yet, I am a lover of all things different. I love paranormal stuff, ghost hunting, and of course Big Foot! And that is how I found the Cryptozoology & Paranormal Museum in Littleton, North Carolina. I interviewed the owner Steve Barcelo and he gave a brief history on museum. I truly enjoyed learned about his artifacts and the different sightings around this town. Learn more here: https://crypto-para.org/ If you are ever in the area, I highly recommend visiting this place. Are you into the paranormal activity? Tell me in the comments. Keep A Smile~ Schooniebird * Follow me on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/schooniebird/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/schooniebird * Follow my Journey Through my Blogs and Journal Entries here: https://schooniebird.com/ #schooniebird #practicingretirement #myrvlife
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Cryptids: 11-06-17 International Cryptozoology Museum
 
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I stop by the International Cryptozoology Museum. I had to keep the camera moving per the rules in the museum, so you don't get a solid view of anything. But, in between clips, I stopped and read the majority of the exhibits.
Views: 52 Nathan Crowe
International Cryptozoology Museum, Portland, ME
 
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Our visit to the international cryptozoology museum in Portland, ME was something we had been looking forward to for months. It was a pretty cool little museum. We went in the wrong side of the building but luckily you could get there from the pizza place too!
Paranormal Day - International Cryptozoology Museum - Bigfoot, Ogopogo, Jackalope, Chupacabra
 
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May the 3rd is national Paranormal Day. The stuff the legends, lore, XFiles and Fringe are all based around. Whispers of weirdness that can't be explained. Some our outlandish and others leave you scratching your head. Do monsters exist? Check out the video! SUBSCRIBE : COMMENT : LIKE =time donation 3minutes : 5 seconds : 1 second WASTING 1 LIFETIME in 1 YEAR https://www.instagram.com/3minutesgone https://twitter.com/3minutesgone https://www.facebook.com/3minutesgone
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NC's Cryptozoology & Paranormal Museum.
 
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Many small towns in the East are defined by what lies inside their museums. But when you walk into this one, you may be in for a bit of a scare. Source- http://wnct.com/2017/10/12/people-and-places-with-pierce-bigfoot-museum-sightings/ Music- Tenacious D - Sasquatch
BABY BIGFOOT! (World’s STRANGEST MUSEUMS!)
 
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BABY BIGFOOT! (World’s STRANGEST MUSEUMS!) 12. Stuffed Frog Museum, Estavayer-le-Lac, Switzerland: Between 1848 and 1860, eccentric Napoleonic guard, Francois Perrier, collected and uniquely preserved 108 frogs. 11. Barney Smith’s Toilet Seat Art Museum, Texas, USA: 93 year old retired master plumber, Barney Smith, has created over 1000 exquisite works of art. 10. National Museum of Funeral History, Texas, USA: The world’s largest collection of funeral service artifacts – including items used in the funerals of U.S presidents and popes. 9. Devil’s Rope Barbed Wire Museum, Texas, USA: These may or may not be the two largest barbed wire balls on Earth. 8. The Mummy Museum, Guanajuato, Mexico: This incredible collection of naturally mummified bodies date back to a cholera outbreak in 1833. 7. Sulabh International Museum of Toilets, New Delhi, India: “Sanitation is more important than independence” Mahatma Gandhi, 1925. 6. Idaho Potato Museum, Idaho, USA: This magnificent t-shirt can be purchased at the Idaho Potato Museum Gift Shop. 5. The Mütter Museum, Pennsylvania, USA: This amazing medical museum is filled with all manner of creepy stuff – such as slices of Albert Einstein’s brain and President Cleveland’s malignant tumor. 4. National Mustard Museum, Wisconsin, USA: 5,676 mustards from all 50 U.S. states and more than 70 countries! 3. Avanos Museum of Hair, Avanos, Turkey: This strange subterranean lair is home to over 16,000 locks of women’s hair. 2. International UFO Museum, New Mexico, USA: The Roswell incident of 1947: Was it a military surveillance balloon, or, was it an extraterrestrial in a crashed flying saucer? 1. International Cryptozoology Museum, Maine, USA: The original Little Mermaid? And is this what a baby Bigfoot would look like? The music featured -- called "Full Quasar" -- was composed by Peter McIsaac Music: http://www.premiumbeat.com/artists/peter-mcisaac-music Many thanks for watching and listening!
Views: 78010 Absolutely Incredible
Merrylin Cryptid Museum (Part 1) - Homomius Alatus
 
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The internet was taken by storm with the viral story of mysterious skeletons found in a basement under one of the London orphanages. The Merrylin Cryptid collection is actually a fictional invention of Alex CF, a London-based illustrator, writer, and sculptor with a fantastically warped imagination and a talent for the obscure. Sure, finding out the truth ruins the illusion a bit, but it doesn’t stop his creepy creations from being awesome. See for yourself in this video. All images copyright Alex CF 2014 http://www.merrylinmuseum.com/ "Myst on the Moor" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 30046 MojSher
WEIRDEST Museums That Are Actually DISTURBING!
 
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Check out the WEIRDEST Museums That Are Actually DISTURBING! From the museum of bad art to strange artifacts and cryptozoology, this top 10 list of bizarre museums around the world will amaze you! Follow us on instagram! https://www.instagram.com/katrinaexplained/ Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "REAL Mermaid Sightings Around The World!" video here: https://youtu.be/ChM0CBRmVsM Watch our "Most Amazing Cities Found UNDERWATER!" video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUqxhYJqGhU Watch our "Most EXPENSIVE Private Jets Owned By BILLIONAIRES!" video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nyqlXe3-jrA 8. INTERNATIONAL CRYPTOZOOLOGY MUSEUM The world’s only international cryptozoology museum is located in Portland, Maine, and it’s ranked by TIME Magazine as the seventh weirdest museum on the planet. Cryptozoology is the study of animals or creatures whose existence has not been proven, such as Bigfoot, the Yeti, the Loch Ness Monster, just to name a few. You get the idea! 7. SULABH INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF TOILETS Located in New Delhi, India, the Sulabh International Museum of Toilets traces the past 4,500 years of the history of the commode. The museum is run by Sulabh International, a social service organization that is dedicated to the history of sanitation and toilets. It’s ranked number three among TIME’s list of the 10 weirdest museums in the world. 6. MUSEUM OF BAD ART The Museum of Bad Art, or MOBA for short, is self-described as the world’s only museum dedicated to “bad art in all its forms,” and the slogan on its website is “art too bad to be ignored.” In its official mission statement, the museum, which claims to occupy “a niche previously ignored in the international community of art collection, preservation, and interpretation,” asserts its goal to celebrate the work of artists whose creations would not be “displayed or appreciated” in any other forum. 5. THE MUSEUM OF BROKEN RELATIONSHIPS The Museum of Broken Relationships in Zagreb, Croatia began as “a traveling exhibition revolving around the concept of failed relationships and their ruins.” It’s located in the Upper Town, a culturally rich and historical part of Zagreb that is also a popular tourist area. Admission is 40 Croatian kunas, which is the equivalent of about $6.08 in U.S. currency. 4. TRAVELING MUSEUM OF THE PARANORMAL & OCCULT The Traveling Museum of the Paranormal & Occult has been around since 2013 and claims to be the only traveling museum of its kind. It features hundreds of artifacts that are considered to be haunted, historical, and supernaturally significant, and was curated by preeminent supernatural researchers Dana and Greg Newkirk. 3. THE KANSAS BARBED WIRE MUSEUM The Kansas Barbed Wire Museum is located in LaCrosse, Kansas, and is dedicated entirely to barbed wire. There are over 2,400 varieties of barbed wire featured at the museum, along with displays explaining the role of barbed wire in the settlement of the United States. 2. MOMOFUKU ANDO INSTANT RAMEN MUSEUM In Osaka, Japan, there’s a museum dedicated to Momofuku Ando, the creator of the ultra-cheap CUP NOODLES instant meals. On August 25, 1958, after spending a year researching in his backyard shed with the help of simple tools, Momofuku invented “Chicken Ramen” - the world’s first instant noodles. This is huge! Come on, who hasn’t had a cup of instant noodles at least once?? 1. MEGURO PARASITOLOGICAL MUSEUM If you happen to be in Japan and you’re more into creepy-crawly things than instant noodles, head on over to the quiet Tokyo neighborhood of Meguro and take a gander at the Meguro Parasitological Museum. The museum boasts that it is the only establishment in the world dedicated entirely to parasites. Here, you can learn everything you’ve ever wanted to know about hundreds of different parasites, including head lice, tapeworms, and bugs you’ve probably never even heard of. Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!
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Cryptozoology Museum
 
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The International Cryptozoology Museum honors the study of unknown animals.
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Cryptozoology (Boing Boing tv)
 
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In this Boing Boing tv episode: Yeti, sea serpents, Sasquatch -- fantasy creatures or flesh-and-blood biological oddities? Boing Boing Gadgets editor Joel Johnson visits the Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine to explore these cryptid enigmas and more. Joel speaks with the museum's founder, blogger and cryptozoology expert Loren Coleman, who is also the author of Mysterious America. - Xeni Jardin --------------------------- Latest episodes and RSS feed at tv.boingboing.net.
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WEIRDEST Museums In The World!
 
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WEIRDEST Museums In The World!. Check out the weirdest museums in the world! From the bizarre hair museum or museum of bad art to the strange toilet and barbed wire museum, this top 10 list is absolutely amazing! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "STRANGEST Things Found In The Ocean!" video here: https://youtu.be/0eRi-vbA2y4 Watch our "Most MYSTERIOUS Ocean Facts!" video here: https://youtu.be/BzrlpgRVPQg Watch our "Most STRANGE Things Found On The Beach!" video here: https://youtu.be/cQjpze_4z5U Watch our "Most BIZARRE Creatures Found In Antarctica!" video here: https://youtu.be/DM8zhGc8UpM 11. International Cryptozoological Museum Like so many museums on this list, this one is the only of its kind. The International Cryptozoological Museum in Maine, USA is a formal archival museum. Cryptozoology is the study of hidden or unknown animals. This includes Bigfoot, the Yeti, and Sea Monsters. However, it also includes animals unproven to science. Animals that have been recently found were once considered cryptids, like the mountain gorilla, okapi, megamouth shark, and the coelacanth. Therefore, it’s not necessarily a branch of pseudo-science for the crazy. According to their website, the International Cryptozoological Museum’s mission to educate, inform, and share cryptozoological evidence, artifacts, replicas, and popular cultural items with the general public, media, students, scholars, and cryptozoologists from around the world. It came about in 2003 when the museum was founded by cryptozoologist, Loren Coleman. The museum’s collection includes an 8-foot-tall representation of Bigfoot, one hundred footcasts believed to belong to Bigfoot, the Yeti, and others, a six foot-long model of a coelacanth, and reproductions of fakes like the Fiji mermaid and furred trout. Cryptid-related props are also on display, such as The Mothman Prophecies’ Point Pleasant “police” outfit, the TV series Freakylinks’ 22 foot wide “Thunderbird,” and some of Magnolia’s falling frogs. The collection is shown in a fun and engaging manner because Coleman sees cryptozoology as a “gateway science”. Part of the mission of the museum is to spark the interest of young people in more popularly-accepted exploratory and research-oriented disciplines like biology and anthropology. 10. Icelandic Phallological Museum The name of Reykjavik’s Icelandic Phallological Museum probably gives you a hint as to the nature of its collection. This museum contains the largest collection of phallic specimens, most of which were gathered from land and sea mammals that live in Iceland. At present, the museum houses more than 215 penises and penile parts. It also contains four human penises and a so-called “elf” penis. The museum itself got its start because of a joke. In 1974, Sigurður “Siggi” Hjartarson received a bull’s penis as a gag gift. Hjartarson worked as the headmaster of a secondary school. After he was given the bull’s penis, other teachers began bringing him whale penises to tease him further. I don’t know how the actual gag-gift/tradition got started. Hopefully they didn’t give him these gag gifts at school because I don’t think that would have been very appropriate. Gradually, the idea arose to create a real collection of various penises and penile parts. In the 1990s, a museum was opened to show off the “growing” collection. Hjartarson’s son Hjörtur Gísli Sigurðsson inherited the collection from his father and now acts as the museum’s curator. 9. The Museum of Bad Art If you love art but maybe feel like what you picture in your mind isn’t exactly what comes out on paper, don’t worry. There’s at least one place in the world that will showcase your art no matter how ugly people might say it is behind your back: The Museum of Bad Art in Somerville, Massachusetts. Their slogan is, “Art too bad to ignore.” The collection began when founder Scott Wilson pulled the first piece, dubbed Lucy in the Field with Flowers, out of a trash heap. Since the museum opened its doors in 1994, it has horrified the eyes of all visitors. It’s not enough for the art to just be ugly, however. Curator in Chief Michael Frank sifts through bad artwork from the world over, looking for art that has a special quality that sets it apart. You wouldn’t think a place like this would be popular but the gallery has opened branches in other parts of Massachusetts as well, both near Boston. Today, the collection consists of over 600 pieces.
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Titanic Artifact Exhibition, Portland, Maine
 
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With our son and our grandson visiting from Florida we just had to see the Titanic Artifact Exhibition in Portland, Maine. It was a great day. Very interesting exhibition. Your ticket in includes a name of one of the passengers. At the end of the tour you can check to see if the name you were given on your ticket survived. We all survived.
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Reports Of A White Bigfoot In Main
 
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A Maine man told the Cryptozoology News he saw a yeti in the Big Woods outside Litchfield, Maine. Portland's International Cryptozoology Museum says it's possible, but a healthy dose of skepticism is good. Source = http://www.wsbt.com/news/nationworld/bigfoot-in-maine-cryptozoology-museum-says-its-possible/24230798 Music- Danosongs.com Song Gem Droids ---------------------------- Other Must See Bigfoot News ------------------------ Michigan Man Asks For Help from Police after Bigfoot Sightings http://youtu.be/DQqR0XU1tck Michigan Man Who Asked Police For Help Shows Off Collection of Bigfoot Evidence http://youtu.be/YZ50xiyD2sk Man claims he killed Bigfoot in Texas and has it in his Freezer KSAT http://youtu.be/iVHRA8hkPPA Bigfoot In Kentucky, A Long History Of Strange Sightings WKYT News 11/12/13 http://youtu.be/oXjl2yJdQ54 Hunt for Bigfoot Goes Dick Cheney Bad, Oklahoma News - 11/3/13 http://youtu.be/ztNrrfYy3XE Bigfoot In The Adirondacks NBC 2 WHITEHALL, N.Y. 10-28-2013 http://youtu.be/i_pC-znbXJI Man Claims To Have A Bigfoot Trying To Run Him Off His Land - CNN News http://youtu.be/yufHA2ZJTDU New DNA Evidence Suggests Yeti Is Related To Ancient Polar Bear 10-17-13 = http://youtu.be/zm_ND6QXCOQ Bigfoot AKA Sasquatch Is Real According To New Findings, NEW VIDEO And Proof = http://youtu.be/tQlOilshE9k DNA and New Footage Prove Bigfoot Exists, Group Says = http://youtu.be/yacitjMa-P8 Ohio Woman Finds Bigfoot Print In Her Backyard = http://youtu.be/gKDDspvOY1M Group Claims To Have Undeniable Proof Of Bigfoot and New Unseen Video = http://youtu.be/2kOqw0QlyJc FOR THE LATEST UFO MEDIA COVERAGE CHECK OUT ISAAC WILEE'S UFO NEWS CHANNEL = http://www.youtube.com/user/iwilee1127
Views: 2304 The Bigfoot Conundrum
Cryptozoology & Paranormal Museum Interview
 
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Littleton's Cryptozoology & Paranormal Museum is a collection of awesomeness. Owner Stephen Barcelo has assembled Bigfoot casts, supernatural photos, possessed/haunted dolls, shrunken heads, a feejee mermaid, and so much more. We spoke with Barcelo about ghost hunting, Littleton, Bigfoot, and more. MORE STRANGE CAROLINAS WEBSITE: http://www.strangecarolinas.com/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/StrangeCarolinas INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/strangecarolinas/
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Check The Iceman At The Cryptozoology Museum
 
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This is just one room but I invite you all to visit a Cryptozoology Museum near you for a great mind opener.If you enjoyed this video please leave a comment on my google+ page. Share my three youtube channels with family and friend for hours of viewing: Antiques, Cars, Tractors, Pulls, Fairs and so much more over 3,000 videos. http://www.youtube.com/user/viewwithme Story reading, Vintage, Historical, Antiques and more coming at: http://www.youtube.com/user/viewwithme2 Cooking, Sewing, Crafts, Books, Screenplays http://www.youtube.com/user/dorisanne13 SUBSCRIBE AND FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER!! http://www.twitter.com/Dorisanne Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/ViewWithMe/
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17 "Cryptozoology!"
 
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This museum was awesome! Instagram @snarkyaardvark
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Cryptozoology Organizations
 
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Twitter: Cryptic Researchers Instagram: cryptic_researchers Facebook page: @CrypticResearchers28 Tell us what cryptid to do next. We made our channel art using www.picmonkey.com Check out CryptoWatch on YouTube for more Cryptozoology entertainment.
Pan-M Visits: International Cryptozoology Museum (Danger! vid)!
 
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Hey all, here's a little vid about one of the stops I made during my recent trip to the US. The museum wasn't much, but it was nice to learn more (or rather, see more) about what inspired the Danger! archetype that's so popular nowadays! I do not recommend this place, but heck, at least it was just one of many stops during my trip haha! Giveaway: https://gleam.io/BsoYD/new-year-new-giveaway Best of luck! Sub for more awesome content! Song used: Danger Zone metal cover by Hollow Drive
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The Rogue Bigfootah at the Crypto Museum, Portland Maine!
 
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Heading to Pick up the Casts from The Chain of Ponds trackway at the Crypto Museum, Portland Maine!
Views: 305 Bill Brock
The Paracast: December 11, 2011 — Loren Coleman
 
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Gene and Chris welcome long-time cryptozoological researcher Loren Coleman. Loren has recently expanded his International Cryptozoology Museum, and is prepared to talk about the latest research into reports of strange creatures around the globe. The Paracast Copyright © 2002–2017 The Paracast LLC. For more episodes, visit: https://www.theparacast.com. Custom artwork from: http://absurdbydesign.com/.
View BIG FOOT At The Crytozoology Museum
 
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We did find this Cryptozoology Museum to be just amazing to view and see sighting on the map from my area.With the woods and mountain behind me I can understand it, and wonder how hunters would feel after seeing the map.If you enjoyed this video please leave a comment on my google+ page. Share my three youtube channels with family and friend for hours of viewing: Antiques, Cars, Tractors, Pulls, Fairs and so much more over 3,000 videos. http://www.youtube.com/user/viewwithme Story reading, Vintage, Historical, Antiques and more coming at: http://www.youtube.com/user/viewwithme2 Cooking, Sewing, Crafts, Books, Screenplays http://www.youtube.com/user/dorisanne13 SUBSCRIBE AND FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER!! http://www.twitter.com/Dorisanne Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/ViewWithMe/
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Road Trippin' with Taniya & Erin: Cryptozoology and Paranormal Activity Museum
 
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Stephen Barcelo says ghost hunters from all over the country visit Littleton to try and communicate with the other side.
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Loren Coleman- Cryptozoologist
 
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This video is about the famous author and cryptozoologist Loren coleman who founded the International Cryptozoology Museum in 2003. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE PARANORMAL ACTIVITY! REFERENCES: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loren_Coleman http://cryptozoologymuseum.com/?page_id=550 http://lorencoleman.com/who-is-loren-coleman/
Views: 584 The Ghost Watch
Maine Mysteries: The Durham Gorilla
 
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In July of 1973, some residents in Durham, Maine reported seeing an "ape-like" creature several days in a row. Then, it vanished. The reports made headlines in the newspapers and spawned an obsession in some cryptozoologists who still search for the creature. Katie Bavoso explored the story in Maine Mysteries.
Views: 447 Katie Bavoso
The Paracast: December 31, 2017 — Loren Coleman
 
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Gene and Chris present the return of internationally known cryptozoologist Loren Coleman, author of Mothman: Evil Incarnate, a brand new companion title to the late John Keel’s The Mothman Prophecies (1975), which investigated the sightings of a winged creature called Mothman and became popularized in the 2002 movie of the same name starring Richard Gere. Loren is founder and director of the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine. The episode will also include a forthright discussion of the chatter surrounding the recent revelation of a secret Pentagon UFO research project. The Paracast Copyright © 2002–2017 The Paracast LLC. For more episodes, visit: https://www.theparacast.com. Custom artwork from: http://absurdbydesign.com/.
Team Rogue: Crypto Paranormal Road Trip Day #5
 
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Bad Andy's Beard Balm https://www.facebook.com/badandysbear... Maine Forest Yurts https://www.facebook.com/maineyurts Home Pro Custom Builders http://www.homeprowv.com/
Views: 740 Bill Brock
THE CRYPTOZOOLOGY AND PARANORMAL MUSEUM | PART 1 Bigfoot and Haunted objects *TRIGGER WARNING*
 
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The Cryptozoology & Paranormal Museum http://crypto-para.org Don't forget to support their youtube channel! My favorite video on their channel about Bigfoot sightings: https://youtu.be/foA-EoxigQ4 Interesting Marks to pay attention to: - 4:07 glitching around the doll - 8.29 bottom right corner shadow figure pops in and out quickly Like,Subscribe, and Comment below! ツ Follow/Contact me: Twitter: @joeyadventures Instagram: http://instagram.com/acupofjoannaa Business/collab Inquiries only: [email protected]
Views: 447 Joey Adventures
EXPLORING WITH CHARLIE CHILL PORTLAND MAINE PT2
 
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Charlie chill Travels the crypto zoology museum and various places in Portland Maine reupload. 11/28/17
Views: 188 M4_Woman Gaming
Leeds Loki: 2010 Maine Bigfoot Sighting
 
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Loren Coleman and Jeff Meuse of the international Cryptozoology Museum in Portland Maine investigate a February, 2010 Bigfoot sighting on Line Rd. in Leeds, ME. Check out additional details at Loren's blog, Cryptomundo at http://www.cryptomundo.com
Views: 24708 Cryptomundo
Portland, Maine Dunk Contest TOO TURNT!
 
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Video shot by Mayra Sanchez: https://www.instagram.com/yesitsmayra/
Views: 60 Recognize Rap
Sasquatch Hut revisited ~ commentary from Lady K Maine Bigfoot
 
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https://www.patreon.com/SnowWalkerPrime Zen~Yeti Come join the discussion at... https://www.facebook.com/groups/zenyeti/ https://twitter.com/MerchantBigfoot ***This video and all material contained within; is an original creation by Michael Merchant with all rights reserved. Any party illegally claiming ownership of this material; will be pursued to the full extent of the law. Law enforcement will take notice.*** Maine Bigfoot, Turner Maine Bigfoot, documentary, bigfoot footage, bigfoot sightings, bigfoot caught on tape, wildman, yeti, Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Michael merchant, Bigfoot bounty, Out of the wild venezuela, Finding Bigfoot, Bigfoot evidence, Alien, UFO, Cloaked Bigfoot, cloak, cloaking, real bigfoot, bigfoot on tape, Bigfoot captured, monster, dogman, strange, odd, activity, spirit, ghost, demon, MK12, to secret, above top secret, Paranormal, breakdown, enhanced footage, proof, theory, x-file, black vault, freedom of information, government cover up, roswell, area 51,
Views: 1126 SnowWalkerPrime
Bush Hut at "Condor's Nest" Bigfoot field trip Western Maine
 
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Zen~Yeti https://www.facebook.com/groups/zenyeti/ ***This video and all material contained within; is an original creation by Michael Merchant with all rights reserved. Any party illegally claiming ownership of this material; will be pursued to the full extent of the law. Law enforcement will take notice.*** Bigfoot, sasquatch, biology, bigfoot researchers, Dr. Jeff Meldrum, Art Bell, Coast to Coast, Cryptids, Cryptozoology, Herpetology, Bigfoot field research, Maine Bigfoot, Hunting, Trapping, camping, survival, Giant snake, Forest people, Wild man, Pomoola, Maine sasquatch, Wild life,
Views: 871 SnowWalkerPrime
Meet the cryptozoologists
 
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Section from "Chasing Discovery," documentary introducing Loren Coleman, Jeff Meldrum and more. More info at www.chasingdiscovery.com
Views: 2538 ChasingDiscovery
Merrylin Cryptid Museum (Part 2) - Succubi
 
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The internet was taken by storm with the viral story of mysterious skeletons found in a basement under one of the London orphanages. The Merrylin Cryptid collection is actually a fictional invention of Alex CF, a London-based illustrator, writer, and sculptor with a fantastically warped imagination and a talent for the obscure. Sure, finding out the truth ruins the illusion a bit, but it doesn’t stop his creepy creations from being awesome. See for yourself in this video. All images copyright Alex CF 2014 http://www.merrylinmuseum.com/ "Myst on the Moor" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 15979 MojSher
Maine Mountain Lion Confirmed(The Rogue Bigfootah) Maine 2013 HD
 
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Here Bill Brock talks to Master Maine Guide Bill about what it takes to become a Master Maine Guide and he also recalls a Mountain Lion Sighting. Thanks For Watching, Please Subscribe!
Views: 4778 Bill Brock