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From Cryptozoology to Vexillology

Research projects exploring the

unknown and the known 

Learn more about: 


Unexplained Phenomena 

Maps, Flags, & Geopolitics


About Me

My name is Robin Morgan (formerly, Thomas). I am an autistic teen living in the Kawartha Lakes region of Ontario. I love to create research projects focused on my special interests: cryptozoology, unexplained phenomena, vexillology, and geopolitics. 

I hope you enjoy exploring my work. I am always looking for people to talk to who share my interests, so if you'd like to get in touch, send me a message or follow me on Twitter. I especially want to hear from you if you have had an encounter with a cryptid or unidentified animal!

Bigfoot and Beyond!

I was excited to be a guest on one of my favorite podcasts,

Bigfoot and Beyond, talking with cryptozoology idols

Cliff Barackman and James "Bobo" Fay

Episode description:

"Cliff Barackman and James "Bobo" Fay speak with young cryptid researcher and rising star in the bigfoot field; the one and only Thomas Morgan!"

In the news...

Take a look at this recent profile from

Paul Vermeersch, Lesson or Debate, 2015.

A Note about the Artwork

With thanks to Paul Vermeersch

If you like artwork you see here on my site, it is all created by a friend, Paul Vermeersch.

You can see more of his work in the gallery, or check out his website!

Recommended websites

Seeking Ontario's Bigfoot (SOB), is a not-for-profit group dedicated to acquiring evidence that will persuade the scientific community to authenticate bigfoot as a species. They also have a report hotline I recommend you call if you've ever had a bigfoot report in Ontario (647 508-2400)

The website of Chad Arment, an American cryptozoologist and author. His website includes free to access pdfs of the Biofortean Notes newsletter, as well as regularly updating news relating to cryptozoology, and various resources for cryptid investigators.

The blog of British zoologist, cryptozoologist, and author Karl Shuker. His blog is regularly updated, has hundreds of articles, and is very well written. Karl Shuker's 1996 book, The Unexplained, is actually what got me into cryptozoology!

The Encyclopedia of Cryptozoology or Cryptid Archives is, in my opinion, the only high quality, regularly updated, and reliable wiki dedicated entirely to cryptozoology.


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