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Great snakes and giant apes

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Richard Freeman is a cryptozoologist, journalist and author who is also the director of the Centre for Fortean Zoology (CFZ). In this interview with fellow cryptozoologist Nick Redfern he speaks out about his recent trip to Guyana in search of new and undiscovered species of animals.

Nick Redfern: I recently interviewed Richard Freeman, the resident zoologist at Britain’s Center for Fortean Zoology—the world’s only full-time monster-hunting group—about one of their latest excursions: a CAPCOM-sponsored expedition to Guyana in search of a whole range of strange, diabolical and vicious beasts, including huge snakes and giant ape-men.

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WanderingLoony

CAPCOM the video game company? o.O

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BaneSilvermoon
CAPCOM the video game company? o.O

Probably Capcom land, sea and air communications in the UK.

http://www.capcom.co.uk/

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walters

After reading this interview i think it is clearly b-t. Some oddy aborigens are telling oddy stories to stupid yanky, who want to hear such things. While reading about "pigmeys with red faces" i remembered one 3-rd class horror movie i saw 20 years ago - there were very similar jungle creatures involved.

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Benz

waste of time you won't find anything that cool

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