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Loren Coleman, one of the world’s leading Cryptozoologist, was born on July 12, 1947. Coleman has been researching and investigating in the field cryptozoological evidence of Bigfoot and folklore for over 40 years. He has written 17 books and over three hundred articles, lectured across North America and London, and appeared on many radio and television programs. Coleman has been a consultant both on and off-camera on several reality-based programs. The programs include A & E’s “Ancient Mysteries,” Discovery Channel’s “In the Unknown,” and History Channel’s “In Search of History.” In 2003, Coleman founded the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine.
At the Southern Illinois University-Carbondale’s undergraduate program, Coleman majored in anthropology, minored in zoology, and did summer work in archeology. At Simmons College in Boston, he earned a graduate degree in psychiatric social work. Coleman pursued doctoral courses in social anthropology at Brandies University, and in sociology at the University of New Hampshire’s Family Research Laboratory.
Since 1980, Coleman has been an instructor, assistant/associate professor, research associate, and documentary filmmaker. At the University of Southern Maine, in 1990, he taught one of the first credit courses on cryptozoology. Coleman has authored, coauthored, or edited books in human services including the critically acclaimed “Suicide Clusters.”
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