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Slideshow: Cryptids in Maine

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By PHOENIX STAFF  |  January 9, 2009

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Loren Coleman, from Portland, Maine, is perhaps the world's foremost promulgator of cryptozoological wisdom. He collects artifacts, has authored dozens of books on cryptozoology and started the Web site cryptomundo.com. 
To find out more about cryptozoology, read Where the Wild Things are.

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    Mainer Loren Coleman loves sharing his wealth -- the treasures collected during a 50-year career in the field of cryptozoology, which is the study of mysterious creatures (think Bigfoot, Loch Ness Monster, and the chupacabra).
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