Scott Marlowe has been working in the cryptids field for over 30 years collecting and analyzing accounts of strange animal encounters and legends about enigmatic creatures from his travels. In the summer of 2004, Scott approached the Florida Keys Community College with the curriculum for a cryptozoology class. His approach to the subject matter with scientific objectivity and emphasis on the science and not the cryptid animals themselves won the college's approval for the program. It would become the college's first internet delivered course and the first college-level cryptozoology program in the world.
In the first half, space historian and science journalist Robert Zimmerman discussed the many events happening in space right now including Rosetta and Philae at Comet 67P, Dawn at Ceres, and New Horizons approaching Pluto. In the latter half, cryptozoology instructor at Florida Keys Community College, Scott Marlowe, talked about the sightings of various cryptid creatures in the state of... More »Host: George Noory
Cryptozoology instructor at Florida Keys Community College, Scott Marlowe and his special guests discussed various sightings of cryptids including the Florida Swamp Ape, the Chupacabras, and other unexplained or unusual creatures. First hour guest, lecturer and physicist Dr. Basil Singer talked about habitats for humans, beyond Earth. ... More »Host: George Noory
During Friday night's Open Lines, George offered a "zombie hotline" for people who believe they've encountered the walking dead. Halfway through the calls, Richard C. Hoagland of Enterprise Mission provided an update on Space Shuttle Discovery. In the second half-hour, cryptozoologist Scott Marlowe talked about the Florida Swamp Ape. ... More »Host: George Noory