by on Jan.08, 2017, under Syndicated from the Web

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Wearing my Fortean Times-sponsored ‘Operation Congo 1985′ mokele-mbembe expedition t-shirt, whose wonderful m-m logo was created by FT‘s very own Hunt Emerson (© Dr Karl Shuker)
I was recently interviewed by Matt Cook from The Curious Fortean on a wide range of interesting subjects – from classic cryptids such as Nessie and the Congolese mokele-mbembe to the little loriciferan that was named after me, the prestigious Golden Yeti awards bestowed upon me a month ago for my contributions to cryptozoology, and much else besides. You can read the interview in full here, on The Curious Fortean’s blog, and also be sure to check out the official Facebook group for The Curious Fortean here.
My sincere thanks to Matt for interviewing me and for posing such a fascinating series of thoughtful, insightful questions.
Also, be sure to check out my two most recent books – Still In Search Of Prehistoric Survivorsand Here’s Nessie! A Monstrous Compendium From Loch Ness – both of which are referred to in this interview.

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