Hi guys! Thanks for coming here where I can send you special messages about my continued search for the immortal. As I mentioned at the end of The Cryptid Catcher, the evil resistance is growing and I need help finding the immortal before they do. Adam and the gang have all given me permission to give you guys an emergency pass into the Myth Blasters so you can help us.

So, here’s your task. My dad taught me five languages because he must have thought the immortal lived in one of the countries where the languages are spoken. This is going to be tough, but maybe you could research where those languages are spoken, discover what cryptids live there, and make a guess as to which one might be the immortal? Send me your guess from the contact form on this website, and if someone guesses it right, I’ll send you a special thank you gift on August 20th when The Cryptid Keeper comes out. And keep checking back here, because I’ll be dropping more hints the closer we get to August 20th! Thanks guys! I know that, together, we can beat the evil resistance!

Books: Cryptid Catcher & Keeper, Myth Blasters

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Hey Duders, it’s Charles. So, a fan of our adventures created this movie trailer for us, and I think it’s pretty cool! I mean, I think there could’ve been more of me and Yeti in there, but whatevs. And the music! Super doom and gloom! Watch and tell me what you think!

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Books: Cryptid Catcher & Keeper

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Hi adventurers, it’s Amelia of the Myth Blasters. One of the resources I use to research Sasquatch sightings is the Bigfoot Field Research Organization. They collect sightings of the big guy in America, so if you’re wondering if he’s been seen in your area, click on their site here. You can also listen to recorded sounds of Bigfoot, which are super cool and creepy. And if YOU see Bigfoot around your house, be sure to let us know so the Myth Blasters can investigate!

Cryptid: Bigfoot, Cryptozoologists

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Hello fellow explorers, it’s Hernando. Just a reminder that animals thought to be extinct can be cryptids. For instance, the Tasmanian tiger in Australia went extinct 80 years ago, but all of a sudden people are seeing it again! It’s a really neat animal…part wolf, fox and large cat. So if you go to Australia, I hope you see this animal that shouldn’t exist anymore.

As for extinct animals, which one do you wish was still around and hiding somewhere? I wish the Caribbean monk seal was still around, because I like sea animals and I think this one is really cute.

Cryptozoologists, Extinct animals that might still be alive?, Myth Blasters

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Hey everyone, it’s Stephanie. So, I’ve known about this for awhile because I hacked into our military satellites ages ago, but the Navy just confirmed that this photo of a UFO, taken by a Navy pilot, is real. Now, that doesn’t mean it’s an alien, they just have no idea exactly what it is.

Unfortunately, the Myth Blasters don’t spend a lot of time searching for aliens, mainly because it’d be really hard for us to actually go to space, so we need you guys to research this more for us. What do you think? Do you think this is an actual alien spacecraft? Or something more harmless, like a drone or weather balloon?

Cryptid: Aliens, UFO, Cryptozoologists, Myth Blasters

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Hey Blasters! It’s Charles, you know, the coolest Myth Blaster of the bunch. As you may know, because I’ve only said it like a million times, I love the Yeti. As far as cryptids go, this guy is really the baddest. And I mean bad as in good. As in, he’s so cool he’s bad which makes him awesome again, if you’re following me. Popsicle Dude probably eats climbers on the Himalayas for breakfast, and fist fights avalanches. I love the guy.

Well, back in the 1950’s, there were so many people searching for the beast that the U.S. Government had to set guidelines on how to do it. True story! Basically, you had to pay a $77 permit fee and promise not to kill the Yeti unless it was coming after you, which it totally would because it’s THE YETI! Well, the government isn’t involved in the search for the Yeti anymore, but I still am and I promise that someday I’ll find the frozen angry monkey dude and my life will be complete.

Cryptid: Yeti, Cryptozoologists, Myth Blasters

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Hey Duders and Dudettes, Charles here. So, apparently some new tests have been done on the water of Loch Ness, and these “scientists” claim that Nessie doesn’t exist, and the sightings are probably of a giant eel swimming around. BUT, the scientists also say, AND I QUOTE: “There well may be a monster in Loch Ness, but we didn’t find it.” Well, Scientist Duderman, just because you didn’t find her doesn’t mean she isn’t there. What do you think, my fellow Blasters in training, do you believe in Nessie? OF COURSE YOU DO! CLIVO FOUND HER IN BOOK 1, THE CRYPTID CATCHER! THANKS TO MY RESEARCH! Gaw, being smarter than the smartest scientists can be so frustrating, yet so awesome. Read the INCORRECT article here.

Cryptid: Loch Ness Monster

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Hi fellow cryptid catchers! So, did you know that aliens are considered cryptids? Absolutely! Thus far, we have no proof of intelligent life existing on other planets, but with the universe being so big it’s totally possible! Recently, there have been so many sightings of UFO’s (unidentified flying objects) by pilots in the military, that the Navy has created a formal process to record such events. Many people think that the sightings are simply drones, light reflections, or other classified government aircraft. But, who knows, perhaps they really are visitors from another planet. What do you believe?

Cryptid: Aliens, UFO, Cryptozoologists

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