Raymond L. “Ray” Wallace (April 21, 1918 – November 26, 2002) was an American amateur Bigfoot hoaxer and, according to most who knew him well, a pathological liar.Read More Raymond L. Wallace
Frank Searle (born Eric Frank Searle; 18 March 1921 – 26 March 2005) was a photographer who studied the disputed existence of the Loch Ness Monster. He took up residence at Loch Ness in 1969 living a frugal existence in a tent looking for definitive proof of the monster’s existence. Eventually photographs began to appear from 1972 onwards and earned Frank a degree of fame as a monster hunter.Read More Frank Searle (photographer)
Esteban Sarmiento is a primatologist and biologist. He is noted for his work in primate anthropology and for appearing on the Monster Quest television series.Read More Esteban Sarmiento
Ivan Terence Sanderson (January 30, 1911 – February 19, 1973) was a biologist and writer born in Edinburgh, Scotland, who became a naturalized citizen of the United States. Sanderson is remembered for his nature writing and his interest in cryptozoology and paranormal subjects. He also wrote fiction under the name Terence Roberts.Read More Ivan T. Sanderson
Robert Harvey Rines (August 30, 1922 – November 1, 2009) was an American lawyer, inventor, musician, and composer. He is perhaps best known for his efforts to find and identify the Loch Ness Monster.Read More Robert H. Rines
Nicholas “Nick” Redfern, born 1964 in Pelsall, Walsall, Staffordshire, is a British best-selling author, Ufologist and Cryptozoologist now living in Dallas, Texas, United States.
Redfern is an active advocate of official government disclosure of UFO information, and has worked to uncover thousands of pages of previously classified Royal Air Force, Air Ministry and Ministry of Defence files on unidentified flying objects (UFOs) dating from the Second World War from the Public Record Office and currently works as a feature writer and contributing editor for Phenomena magazine.Read More Nick Redfern
John Russell Napier, MRCS, LRCP, D.Sc. (1917 – 29 August 1987) was a British primatologist, paleoanthropologist, and physician, who is notable for his work with Homo habilis and OH 7, as well as on human and primate hands/feet. During his life he was widely considered a leading authority on primate taxonomy, but is perhaps most famous to the general public for his research on Bigfoot.Read More John R. Napier
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