Addison-Wesley
1979
Hardcover - 176 pages
ISBN: 0-201-05274-1
Cryptozoology
Cryptozoology : the study of "hidden" animals
Cryptozoology Books by Michael Newton
On every continent and in every nation, animals unrecognized by modern science are reported on a daily basis. People passionately pursue these creatures--the name given to their field of study is cryptozoology. Coined in the 1950's, the term literally means the science of hidden animals. When the International Society of Cryptozoology (ISC) was formed in1982, the founders declared that the branch of science is also concerned with "the possible existence of known animals in areas where they are not supposed to occur (either now or in the past) as well as the unknown persistence of presumed extinct animals to the present time or to the recent past...what makes an animal of interest to cryptology is that it is unexpected."

Presenting a "flesh and blood" view of cryptozoology, this reference work excludes discussion of mysterious zoological phenomena. Here, 2,744 entries are listed, the majority of which each describe one specific creature or type of creature. Those entries cover creatures that have been reported from an extremely wide variety of locations worldwide, and throughout recorded history. Other entries cover 742 places where unnamed cryptids are said to appear; profiles of 77 groups and 112 individuals who have contributed to the field; descriptions of objects and events important to the subject; and essays on cryptotourism and hoaxes, for example. Appendices offer a timeline of zoological discoveries, annotated lists of movies and television series with cryptozoological themes, a list of crypto-fiction titles and a list of Internet websites devoted to cryptozoology.
Chosen as one of  the American Library Association's 2006 List of Outstanding Reference Sources.
McFarland & Company, Inc.
January 2005
Hardcover-648 pages
ISBN: 0-7864-2036-7
A giant footprint in the snow, a sea serpent sited off the New England coast, reports of beings from outer space, tales from the jungle of prehistoric dinosaurlike monsters. These are mysteries that have teased, haunted and excited mankind for years and are but a few of the creatures included in this book.

Filled with the implicit drama of the unknown, Monsters, Mysteries and Man  includes facts and fantasies on some of the famous mysteries of our time the Abominable Snowman, UFOs, the Loch Ness Monster as well as some of the lesser-known monsters such as "kracken" a mythological giant squid, lake serpents, and "chipekwe" and "kongomato", two prehistoric dinosaurlike monsters reported from darkest Africa. And many more!

In writing of these and other elusive creatures, the author presents the facts as he has found them and leaves it up to the readers to form their own conclusions and to speculate on the truth behind these mysteries.
Monsters, Mysteries and Man
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