Fap for the Mothman

Things get steamy (and weird) for three cryptozoologists tracking down Mothman in this new cryptozoological erotica story.

Mothman isn’t exactly a sex icon. Not like dinosaurs, Sasquatch, extraterrestrials, and the other lascivious creatures copulating with humans in the volumes of monster erotica available on Amazon.

But that is set to change with the new short e-book Fap for the Mothman. This is an important milestone because, as author Dr. Lenore Ronalds says, it may be “the first erotica involving the Mothman.”

Frank and Alec, interns with the American Cryptozoological Institute, are in Chicago following reports of Mothman sightings near Lake Michigan with little success. But thankfully they’re getting backup: World renowned cryptozoologist Professor Mary Ann Worth, known for her skills in tracking down and hooking up with with cryptids like Bigfoot and the Beast of Bray Road.

All in the name of science, of course.

Upon her arrival in Chicago, Ms. Worth follows a lead that brings her to the Skydeck of the Sears tower, where she has her first (sticky) encounter with the large, winged creature and it’s feathery member.

But don’t worry, she’s not the only one getting in on the action, as it turns out Mothman is gender fluid and capable of producing whatever genitalia it needs to get the job done. It seems John Keel left that part out of his book about the Point Pleasant Mothman encounters, but thankfully Fap for the Mothman even provides a historical glimpse into Mothman’s unusual mating activities.

In the end, Mary Ann, Frank, and Alec manage to find some very compelling evidence of Mothman.

Including samples. LOADS of samples.

Cryptorotica: Fap for the Mothman

Fap for the Mothman is the third installment in Lenore Ronalds’ Cryptorotica Adventures series. Read more about Professor Mary Ann Worth’s paranormal exploits in Bigfoot Hunt Seduction, Sexwolf Howl, and Swamp Monster Lover.

Follow the author on Twitter: @DrLenoreRonalds

Patterson Gimlin Bigfoot film

Patterson & Gimlin Filmed Bigfoot 50 Years Ago Today

It’s been 50 years since the controversial footage of a large female Bigfoot was filmed by Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin in Northern California.
Patterson-Gimlin bigfoot film stabilized
Stabilized Patterson-Gimlin film footage

The famous Patterson-Gimlin film, which seems to depict a female sasquatch roaming the woods of Northern California, was shot 50 years ago today on October 20, 1967.

Patty, as the Bigfoot in the film has come to be called, is clearly seen walking off into the woods from the edge of Bluff Creek.

Watch the original footage:

When I met International Cryptozoology Museum founder Loren Coleman at last year’s Milwaukee Paranormal Conference (and got a signed plaster Bigfoot print from the Patterson-Gimlin filmsite) I asked him if he believed the film was authentic.

He said he is “97% sure it’s real.”

Bigfoot print from the Patterson-Gimlin filmsite
Plaster cast of a bigfoot print from the Patterson-Gimlin filmsite

Monsters in America Cryptid Art Show

Cryptozoological wonders come to life in this art exhibit inspired by the Monsters in America map by Hog Island Press.
Mothman art by Steven Levan
Mothman by Steven Levan

Stop in at One Mile Gallery in Kingston, New York to catch an unusual art show every Saturday in September. The Monsters in America art show was inspired by the Monsters in America map by Hog Island Press and curated by artist Richard Saja. It features interpretations of Bigfoot, Mothman, lake monsters and other cryptozoological creatures in a variety of mediums by 58 different artists.

From the show description:

Whether the protagonist be the Pope Lick Monster, Wampaus Cat, Mothman or Chupacabra, tales of mysterious creatures and inexplicable phenomena have been passed down for generations. Curated by Richard Saja, One Mile’s September offering, “Monsters in America”, is a group show featuring various artists’ take on the cryptozoological map of the United States. Each artist focuses on a legendary monster, ancient spirit or alien being.

Texas chupacabra by Keri Oldham
Texas Chupacabra by Keri Oldham

Pope Lick Monster by Caitlin McCormack
Pope Lick Monster by Caitlin McCormack

Skunk Ape by William Hatch Crosby
Skunk Ape by William Hatch Crosby

Honey Island Swamp Monster by Kahn and Selesnick
Honey Island Swamp Monster by Kanh and Selesnick

Loveland Frogman by Theo Ellsworth
Loveland Frogman by Theo Ellsworth

Mothman by Herman James
Mothman by Herman James

See all the art from the exhibition on the Monsters in America blog right here.

Explore the World’s Cryptids with this Poster and Interactive Website

Learn about the giant squid, Bigfoot, and other strange creatures from around the world with designer Aiden Guinnip’s cryptozoology infographic.
Cryptozoology infographic designed by Aiden Guinnip

Explore the strange creatures of the world with designer Aiden Guinnip’s cryptozoology primer, an informational poster and interactive website.

Cryptozoology is a pseudoscience involving the search for animals whose existence has not been proven. Cryptozoology is not a recognized branch of zoology or a discipline of science. It is an example of pseudoscience because it relies heavily upon anecdotal evidence, stories, and alleged sightings.

Cryptozoology comes from the Greek word kryptos meaning “hidden” and the word zoology which means the “study of animals.” Cryptozoology includes looking for living examples of animals that are considered extinct, such as dinosaurs. It also includes animals whose existence lacks physical evidence but which appear in myths, legends, or reported sightings, such as Bigfoot. Cryptozoology is also the study of wild animals dramatically outside their normal geographic ranges, such as phantom cats (also known as Alien Big Cats). The animals cryptozoologists study are often referred to as cryptids.

Cryptozoology infographic


Check out the interactive cryptozoology infographic here.

Stuffed Bigfoot - Ken Walker works on his sasquatch taxidermy

Ken Walker’s Sasquatch Taxidermy

Artist Ken Walker created a taxidermy replica of Bigfoot as seen in the 1967 Patterson-Gimlin film.