Cryptozoology & Paranormal Museum

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Cryptozoology & Paranormal Museum

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Sara N
Columbiana, OH26 contributions
Neat place to stop!
Nov 2020 • Family
There was a “closed” sign but the owner saw us and let us in, he was working on cleaning the cast of a bear footprint for comparison to the Bigfoot casts. He was super nice and gave us a bunch of info on local Bigfoot sightings. Interesting little stop, worth your time. Free to get in but he does take donations.
Written November 21, 2020
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Missy P
Dunnellon, FL14 contributions
Interesting!
Nov 2020 • Couples
Interesting museum and the owner was very friendly and knowledgeable. He took the time to explain and answer questions. He doesn’t charge admission but donations are accepted. The history of the house is just as interesting as the museum.
Written November 1, 2020
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Russell W
North Carolina1,380 contributions
Small rooms, big information
Jun 2020
Our family has searched around the world for cryptids, and only recently learned about this museum, 2.5 hours from our home. We drove right by, not realizing that it was in a house, but the Bigfoot caricatures outside clued us in. At the moment, there are just two small rooms, but they are full of exhibits. More importantly, owner Steve is loaded with information, and eager to share. If dolls creep you out, beware. There is a room with many confined in glass cases. There are also plaster casts of Bigfoots, and photos and articles about cryptids and paranormal subjects. After hearing that there had been recent Bigfoot sightings in nearby Medoc Mountain State Park, we thanked Steve and drove the 12 miles. It's an interesting museum, and there's no charge, but donations are accepted, and there are items for sale, such as Bigfoot kits (in case you find a foot print), t-shirts, mugs, etc. Ghost tours are offered Covid permitting, and they're open daily from 1-7. Check it out.
Written June 26, 2020
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tamichawk84
Topeka, KS63 contributions
Go if you are looking for something different
Sep 2019 • Solo
Steve was very good host. Exhibits are in front part of house. Free admission so please donate something to help support. A few interesting things. More paranormal than crypto items, not a problem.
Written September 15, 2019
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Chascc303
10 contributions
Nice little museum in a nice little town
Jul 2019 • Family
Three rooms on the first floor of a beautiful old home. The owner, Steve is very kind and informative. He spoke to us at length regarding his passion.
Written July 30, 2019
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NCTraveler2015
Raleigh, NC5,036 contributions
Unique Museum
Jun 2019 • Friends
The Cryptozoology Museum is very unique. It is located inside of a house that is haunted. Admission to the museum is free and is inside of the homeowner's house. He has dedicated three rooms of his house to the museum. The rooms have artifacts and photos and one has a map of where sightings have been.

The owner is very welcoming and you are allowed to explore the rooms at your own pace. There are some videos about sightings and the museum you can watch.

There is a gift shop where you can buy a mug, a t-shirt and other souvenirs. Night time tours are also offered to go on sightings. The day I was there they were going to a haunted doll house that evening.
Written June 21, 2019
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Curt W
Fredericksburg, VA159 contributions
Worth checking out
Feb 2019 • Couples
Steve is a great host and provided us detailed information..on some very cool stuff...Nothing fancy...but it was well worth the time we spent hour or so(for free admission) if you are into Bigfoot and Paranormal stuff this is your place😊 Highly recommend that you stop in...let them know the Brazilians said hello😊👍
Written April 17, 2019
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Very informative, fun, and enlightening.
Nov 2018 • Couples
Had a great time at the Cryptozoology & Paranormal Museum! The owner/operator is very knowledgeable on the local supernatural and cryptid lore. I didn't realize there were that many bigfoot sightings in NC. Be sure to watch the Ghost Cat vid. And there’s just not one haunted doll, but two! And one of them a clown doll.
The museum is small, but worth the visit if you are into the paranormal/folklore/cryptozoology or just simply curious. And you can also purchase an EMF meter. You never know when you might need one.
Written November 17, 2018
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Wind-Mill-Wendy
Jersey City, New Jersey25 contributions
Definate must for your bucket list
Jul 2018 • Couples
Yeah, everyone thought i was nuts, making a special trip to Littleton, NC to see this attraction, but it was definately worth it. Stephen and Holly Barcelo, have dedicated part of their home to house the many artifacts, photos and curiousities around the study of Big Foot (apparently there have been some local sightings) and paranormal sightings. Littleton has many old houses which have had visits from the dearly departed. The owners are passionate about the subject and are more than willing to answer any question you may have. The even sell equipment, if you are looking to pursue the study of the unknown. I originally thought Big Foot was in Northern California, near Redding, but after visiting this museum, he is definately in North Carolina!,
Written August 6, 2018
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Bruce I
Penfield, NY231 contributions
Ghosts at the doll house.
Jul 2018 • Couples
I thought about this for a while before posting. Short answer, we had FUN. Traveling with 3 total couples, and wherever we go, we always do something like this. We have been to haunted hotels, haunted houses, graveyards, mediums and even an alien sighting tour in the deserts outside Sedona. Have I ever seen, felt, or communicated with a ghost (Or alien)? No, and that record is maintained here. But, it was fun, and that is what it's all about.

We met Steve his daughter.Holley and intern Julia at the museum, and hears an interesting discussion on Bigfoot. Do I believe in Bigfoot? No...but fun to hear about it. We got a tour of the museum with Holley, and that was also FUN!

OFF to the doll house, and Holley explained, if you go fishing you go where they bite. When you go for proof of spirits you go where they are active.

To keep this short. Would we go back? Yes. Recommend to friends? Yes. Do I believe in spirits? Yes. Did we really experience spirit activity?? Maybe...

One of the wives believed she was touched. The sensors did trigger, but I'm not convinced we experienced ghosts, and in the many times we have done similar activities. I've never had that definitive experience.

To be clear, you ask my wife, and she says absolutely yes, the doll house is haunted.

Go and enjoy.
Written July 7, 2018
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