For those who’ve been following us since 2005…thank you! For those here for the first time, buckle your seat belt. Why…? 15 years of build-up has created a very potent purpose for this site and museum. Which is for the express purpose to begin or begin again a dialogue in the mind of each visitor…

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Tree of Life To unveil a painting is an uncommon thing. When you consider the process of creating a painting, from concept to finished art, it can take months and sometimes years to get the final result the artist wants.           (Elfred Lee’s The Invitation) It’s been over 13 years since…

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Our involvement with the so-called Chupacabra went back to 2006 at a corn roast in southern N.Y Where I first heard about a weird creature captured in the local area and the story then told by host’s son. This lead to interviewing the kids who captured, purchasing a set of the juvenile bones, more investigation…

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Unearthed from a Texan gravel bed in 2000 and painstakingly restored by bone digger Joe Taylor of the Mount Blanco Museum This creature is huge!  And just to give you an idea how massive this prehistoric mammal was –  imagine an elephant of today. About 9-10 feet at the shoulder 4-6 tons. Ok get ready to…

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In early 2006, the Associated Press created a media frenzy over a one-eyed cat named Cy. Due to the limited information being rehashed over thousands of newspapers and web sites around the world, it left people wanting to know more about Cy’s story. Some have written us and asked, “What did the original owner Traci…

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Evolutionists insist that all life is the result of “millions of beneficial chance mutations” that happened over millions of years — yeah, those mutations really worked well for Cy Kitty! Cartoon and commentary contributed by Jim Pinkoski. See Jim Pinkoski’s book, A Creationist’s View of Dinosaurs in our museums store Click HERE

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