Cryptozoology

 Having watched all the episodes of Mountain Monsters, and wondering how the AIMS team has so many different names for Bigfoot, depending upon where they are hunting I found the following list on the internet, Over time I will try to research the names and add them to the dictionary. Many of the names for bigfoot, such as sasquatch, come from North America and the United States.

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 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.

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 Karl Shuker (born 9 December 1959) is a British zoologist, cryptozoologist and author. He currently lives in the Midlands, England, where he works as a zoological consultant and writer. A trained zoologist, Shuker is known for his contributions to the field of cryptozoology, bringing public attention to recently discovered or rediscovered species in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, and for his published works in the discipline. A columnist in Fortean Times and contributor to various magazines, Shuker is also the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Cryptozoology, which began in November 2012.

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 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.

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 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.

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