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Dracontology Special Number 1: Being an Examination of Unknown Aquatic Animals Loren Coleman

Dracontology Special Number 1: Being an Examination of Unknown Aquatic Animals

Loren Coleman

Published 2001
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129 pages
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Sighting reports for sea serpents in the SF Bay area and a collection of sea serpent and lake monster-related articles and essays:Lake Monsters by Loren ColemanThe San Fransico Sea Serpent by Bill and Bob ClarkMontana Nessie? by Paul FuglebergTheMoreSighting reports for sea serpents in the SF Bay area and a collection of sea serpent and lake monster-related articles and essays:Lake Monsters by Loren ColemanThe San Fransico Sea Serpent by Bill and Bob ClarkMontana Nessie? by Paul FuglebergThe Professor Sharpe Sea-Serpent Photograph: A Preliminary Report of Its Historical Background by Dr. Dwight G. Smith and Gary S. MangiacopraNessies Groto by Lois WickstromThe Case of the Surreal Seal by Robert CornesThe Man Called X vs. The Sea-Serpent! : Marine Cryptozoology During the Cold War and the Golden Age of Radio by Dr. Dwight G. Smith and Gary S. MangiacopraLoch Ness - The Top of the Iceberg by Paul HarrisonCaddy - an Update by Dr. Paul HarrisonPredicting Pelagic Peculiarities: Some Thoughts on Future Discoveries in the Open Seas by Dr. Charles PaxtonWhat Lies Beneath Lake Iliamna? by Matt BilleThe Sea Serpent of Lake Memphremagog by Jacques BoisvertCryptocetology and Mathematics: How Many Ceteans Remain to be Discovered? by Michel RaynalThe Problems with Photographic Evidence by Gary CampbellA Preliminary Evaluation of a Study of the Morphology, Behavior, Autoecology, and Habitat of Large, Unidentified Marine Animals, Based on Recorded Field Observations by Bruce A. ChampagneThe Dragon (And Original Cryptofiction Story) by James R. HarnockEyewitness Evidence and the Remains of the Loch Ness Monster by Dick RaynorThe Chesapeake Bay Serpent by Michael A. Frizzell