Browsing All posts tagged under »TBRC«

The Great Ape Behavioral Parallel, part 3

March 14, 2009 by


(For Parts 1 and 2 please visit the TBRC website at by Michael C. Mayes and Jeremy D. Wells A widely publicized study, authored by Mathias Osvath, a Ph.D. candidate at Lund University, seems to indicate some startling information about the intellectual capacities of the chimpanzee. In particular, Osvath studied the territorial displays of […]

Bird Beaks, Bible Belt Biology, and Bigfoot

February 5, 2009 by


Next Thursday, February 12, marks the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth. Few figures (if any) have had a greater impact on the course of scientific discourse and understanding, religious dialogue, and continuing public controversy.   This includes the controversy surrounding cryptids.   For some people, Darwinian theories are “proof” that certain cryptids are “impossible”. […]

Kathy Strain added to TBRC conference

October 8, 2008 by


The Texas Bigfoot Research Conservancy has added archaeologist Kathy Moskowitz Strain to the list of speakers for their upcoming conference, October 18, in Jefferson Texas. Strain will be discussing her new book Giants, Cannibals & Monsters: Bigfoot in Native Culture. We here at Anomaly have received a review copy of Giants, Cannibals & Monsters, and while […]

Speakers announced for Texas Bigfoot Conference 2008

July 28, 2008 by


The Texas Bigfoot Research Conservancy (TBRC) has released a list of scheduled speakers for their upcoming 2008 Texas Bigfoot Conference in Jefferson, TX. This list includes famed hunter and conservationist Peter Byrne, who participated in a number of Himalayan expeditions funded by Texas millionaire Tom Slick to locate the Yeti before developing an interest in […]

Bigfoot Podcast gives insight into OFV

July 7, 2008 by


While there are many, many groups and individuals involved in various aspects of Bigfoot research, The Texas Bigfoot Research Conservancy is one of the few organizations involved in regular, ongoing field studies that employ field tested and proven methods used by biologists to document rare and endangered species around the world. The TBRC, for instance, […]