Marc Edward Wolfgang Miller, born in Lancaster, Ohio, is a doctor of neuropsychology. A world-renowned explorer and author. Dr Miller was chief of neuropsychology at Good Samaritan Hospital for 25 years and is currently in private practice. He has led over 30 expeditions around the world in search of rare or extinct animals with his friend Bill Cacciolfi. Jack Hanna once said that “Marc is an adventurer in the true sense of the word and among the great explorers of our times.”Read More Marc Wolfgang Miller
Michael Grumley (1942–1988) was an American writer and artist.
Grumley was born in Bettendorf, Iowa. He attended the University of Denver, the City College of New York and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop Grumley received a B.S. Degree with a major in Philosophy from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee on June 7, 1964.Read More Michael Grumley
Ing Jaroslav Mareš (born 28 December 1937 in Brno, then Czechoslovakia, now Czech republic) is a Czech biologist, traveller and writer.
He graduated from The University of Economics in Prague, getting a degree of Ing (he studied international business). He worked for CSA in Iran and later in Canada. He has visited 85 countries and organised several expeditions for research of cryptids, such as Kongamato (for this he was offered the membership of the International Society for Cryptozoology which he accepted), Nandi Bear, Megalania prisca, Bigfoot, Yeti, Nessie, Ogopogo, Champ, Megalodon, Lusca, Ambazombi and others.Read More Jaroslav Mareš
Ivan Mackerle (March 1942 – January 3, 2013) was a Czech cryptozoologist, author, design engineer, and explorer. He organized expeditions to search for the Loch Ness monster of Scotland, the Tasmanian tiger in Australia, and the elephant bird in Madagascar. He was most notable for his search of the Mongolian death worm, and he conducted three trips to Mongolia in 1990, 1992, and 2004. He authored numerous books and publications and from 1998 until 2002 he was chief editor of the Czech paranormal magazine Fantastická fakta (Fantastic Facts).Read More Ivan Mackerle
Roy P. Mackal (August 1, 1925 – September 14, 2013) was a University of Chicago biologist best known to the general public for his interest in the Loch Ness Monster and other cryptozoological entities.Read More Roy Mackal
Grover Sanders Krantz (November 5, 1931 – February 14, 2002) was an American anthropologist; he was one of the few scientists not only to research Bigfoot, but also to express his belief in the cryptid’s existence. Throughout his professional career, Krantz authored more than 60 academic articles and 10 books on human evolution, and conducted field research in Europe, China, and Java.Read More Grover Krantz
Frederick “Ted” William Holiday (1921–1979) was an English journalist, angler, cryptozoologist and wildlife specialist.
Motivated by the early 1930s media reports, Holiday would dedicate the rest of his life to investigating the Loch Ness monster. In the 1960s, Holiday became a member of the Loch Ness Investigation Bureau.Read More Fredrick William Holiday
Bernard Heuvelmans (10 October 1916 – 22 August 2001) was a Belgian-French scientist, explorer, researcher, and a writer probably best known as “the father of cryptozoology”. His 1958 book On the Track of Unknown Animals (originally published in French in 1955 as Sur la Piste des Bêtes Ignorées) is often regarded as one of the best and most influential cryptozoological works.Read More Bernard Heuvelmans
J. Richard Greenwell (1942 – November 1, 2005) was a renowned cryptozoologist and explorer. During his lifetime he participated in many expeditions to look for mysterious creatures or cryptids. He served as the secretary for the International Society for Cryptozoology from its inception to his death.Read More Richard Greenwell
John Willison Green (born February 12, 1927) is a Canadian retired journalist and a leading researcher into the Bigfoot phenomenon. He is a graduate of both the University of British Columbia and Columbia University and has a database of more than 3000 sighting and track reports, leading some to affectionately refer to him as “Mr. Sasquatch.”Read More John Willison Green