Belgian Cryptozoology Conference

gordonrutter

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Those who went to Loch Ness last year with the Edinburgh Fortean Society will remember Eric Joye of the Belgian Cryptozoology group. Here are the details of this years conference he is organising.
Is there any new evidence of the existence of the Wild Man in the Caucasus?
Does a gigantic pterodactyl fly in the sky of Barcelona?
Next April, scientists and researchers from all over Europe will meet in Brussels to share - exclusively - their recent discoveries.
Without revealing too much before this event, which promises to be as exceptional as it is exciting, let me tell you that you will receive new and exceptional information there.
Has the Tasmanian tiger been observed again when it was said to have disappeared? Are there any new facts about the Loch Ness Monster ... and many more surprises awaiting you ...
This is a unique event in the Europe during which you will receive new information, no doubt some of which has never been released to the general public to date. You will therefore be among the first to learn about it.
2 exceptional days dedicated to Cryptozoology and Cryptides, this is what awaits you in Brussels on April 18th and 19th, 2020 .
For the program, please see http://www.cryptozoologia.eu/ThYPColloque2020English
Translation to English language will be done during the Meeting, so the non-French-speaking people can attend it.
 

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I can answer the Tasmanian tiger question. No, no it has not.
 

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Saves us a few quid then, don’t need to go now.
Not if it's the tiger you were going for. I definitely wouldn't feel competent to make any comment on anything else on the itinerary though.
 
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