Wednesday, May 12, 2010

What is an Oarfish?

Last week I directed you all to a post by Ken Gerhard regarding the oil spill and how it may affect all creatures, known and cryptid alike.
In his post he had mentioned the giant and elusive Oarfish. For those of you unsure of what an Oarfish actually looks like, this article in from Sweden just today should give you a good idea! :

A "giant herring" measuring 3.5 metres (11.4 feet) has been discovered off Sweden's western coast -- the first such fish found in the Scandinavian country in more than 130 years, a maritime museum said Tuesday.

The Regalecus glesne, known as the King of Herrings or Giant Oarfish, was found dead in the small fishing village of Bovallstrand on Sweden's west coast, about 90 kilometers (56 miles) from the Norwegian border.

To read more,go here:

Eleven-foot 'giant herring' found off Sweden

Friday, May 7, 2010

Ken Gerhard on the recent oil spill

Good afternoon Haven fans!
We all know the devastation an oil spill can have on the environment and its inhabitants, but my good friend and fellow researcher Ken Gerhard has some interesting things to say about how it may affect all species, including our beloved cryptids. Please check out his latest blog to find out what he has to say :
Oil Spill may Threaten Gulf Sea Serpents

Another fellow researcher and good chum of mine, Nick Redfern, has a new blog site where you can check out all of his books. Be sure to pop in and have a look!

Have a howling good day,Haven fans!
Your Mistress of the mysterious,
Raven M


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