Encyclopaedia of Cryptozoology
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Bruce A. Champagne is a marine biologist, security consultant, and cryptozoologist who developed the Champagne system of sea serpent classification,[1] which he later used in a comparative analysis of lake monster sightings.[2] He is a member of the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club, and formerly of the defunct International Society of Cryptozoology.[3]

Selected bibliography

  • "A Preliminary Evaluation of the Study of the Morphology, Behaviour, Autoecology, and Habitat of Large, Unidentified Marine Animals, Based on Recorded Field Observations," Crypto-Dracontology Journal No. 1 (November 2001)
  • "A Classification System for Large, Unidentified Marine Animals Based on the Examination of Reported Observations," Elementum Bestia: Being an Examination of Unknown Animals of the Air, Earth, Fire and Water (2007), Lulu Press, ASIN B001DSIB2W
  • "A Preliminary, Comparative Type Proposal For Large, Unidentified Marine and Freshwater Animals," The Journal of Cryptozoology Vol. 4 (December 2016)
  • "An Analysis of Relict Hominoid Sightings in the Desert," Wood Knocks: Journal of Sasquatch Research Vol. 3 (May 2018)

Notes and references

  1. Eberhart, George M. (2002) Mysterious Creatures: A Guide to Cryptozoology ABC-CLIO, Inc. ISBN 1-57607-283-5
  2. "A Preliminary, Comparative Type Proposal For Large, Unidentified Marine and Freshwater Animals," The Journal of Cryptozoology Vol. 4 (December 2016)
  3. "Bruce A. Champagne," The Haunted Sea with Scott Mardis, Monster X Radio (2019)
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