Richard Freeman is a former zookeeper who has worked with over 400 species of animal and has a special interest in crocodiles. He is a full-time cryptozoologist and is the Zoological Director of The Centre for Fortean Zoology, the world's only professional organization dedicated to searching for unknown species. He has searched for cryptids n five continents and has investigated creatures such as the yeti, the Tasmanian wolf, the orang-pendek, the giant anaconda, the Mongolian deathworm the almasty, the ninki-nanka, the gul and many others. He is currently planing a series of trips in search of giant,man-eating crocodiles. He has lectured widely on cryptozoology at venues such as The Natural History Museum and the Grant Museum of Zoology. He has written a number of books on cryptozoology and folklore as well as horror fiction. His interest in strange creatures stems from a love of classic Doctor Who.
Updates and Events
- Dec 13, 2019 | Motherhood Moment / Book Nook: Adventures in Cryptozoology - Hunting for Yetis, Mongolian Deathworms and Other Not-So-Mythical Monsters
- Nov 23, 2019 | TheNerdyGirlExpress / Adventures in Cryptozoology Book Review from @kleffnotes
- Sep 13, 2019 | Mommies Reviews / Christmas Gift Guide 2019 Presents Mango Publishing #1
- Jul 24, 2019 | Mysterious Universe/ Adventures in Cryptozoology – Part 2
- Jul 15, 2019 | Mysterious Universe / Adventures in Cryptozoology - Pt 1
- Jul 13, 2019 | The Edinburgh Fortean Society one-day conference