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The International Cryptozoology Museum Conference is happening in January of 2016!

There are a lot of cryptozoology conferences coming up in 2015. These conferences include the Florida Skunk Ape Conference, Creature Weekend, Ohio Bigfoot Conference, Mothman Festival, and others. I have the list of all these conferences with the dates in a list on the right.

Now news is already out for the first cryptozoology conference of 2016. It is the International Cryptozoology Museum Conference, and it is taking place in St. Augustine, Florida. St. Augustine is the site where a huge globster octopus washed up in 1896. The event is taking place from January 4-6. Loren Coleman posted on his blog CryptoZooNews yesterday, and said people can now get tickets. Tickets are limited to 150 ONLY! 

Speakers so far include Michel Raynal, Loren Coleman, Jerome Hamlin, Paul LeBlond, Kathy Strain, Pat Spain, and Robert Robinson. More speakers will be announced later this year.
Loren Coleman, Director,
International Cryptozoology Museum 

You can also sign up if you want to be a vendor at the event, but there is a limit of ONLY 10. There are also 40 VIP tour spots for the giant octopus trip during the event. They will also be showing the 1954 film Creature from the Black Lagoon. 

This looks like it will be a cool event for anyone who can go. To see more on the conference you can click here to go to CryptoZooNews. 

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