Most People Don’t Know There’s A Cryptozoology Museum Hiding In This Tiny North Carolina Town

What do Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, and the Yeti all have in common? They’re are among the many creatures that are (mostly) unproven as real in our world. Wikipedia lists 43 such cryptids, including lake monsters and other serpents, terrestrial creatures, and those with wings. Surprisingly, there are many hardcore believers who seem to know, for certain, that the world is home to several (real) cryptids. Yet, America is only home to less than a handful of cyptozoology museums. One of them, is right here in small town North Carolina.

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Did you know North Carolina is home to a full-fledged cryptozoology museum? Learn all about it, right here, including hours of operation and admission fees. While you’re in Littleton checking out the cryptozoology museum, hop the border into VA to discover this haunted swamp that’s right out of a horror movie!

Address: The Cryptozoology & Paranormal Museum, 328 Mosby Ave, Littleton, NC 27850, USA