The Dorsetarian

Dorset Ghost Walks

If you are looking for something different this year, then ghost tours can provide some great entertainment, especially if they're ghost tours after dark.
Alistair Chisholm's Dorchester Ghost Walks
Weymouth Ghost Walks
Haunted Harbour Tours
Granny Cousin's Ghost Walks of Old Poole Town
The Bridport Ghost Walk

The Little Green Dragon Hand Painted Gifts

Cryptozooloogy


We have gathered some website links for further investigation. These links go to Dark Dorset recommended sites for further investigation.


Centre for Fortean Zoology

The Centre for Fortean Zoology is an organisation studying various Fortean, zoological and cryptozoological phenomena across the world.


Nick Redfern's "There's Something in the Woods..."

The Official Blog for Nick Redfern's cryptozoology books "There's Something in the Woods;" "Memoirs of a Monster Hunter;" "Three Men Seeking Monsters;" and "Man-Monkey: In Search of the British Bigfoot;" and the North American Office of the British-based Center for Fortean Zoology

www.nickredfern.com


 The Natural Stuff - The Website of Jonathan McGowan

Dorset Naturalist Jonathan McGowan spotted his first big cat in 1984 while on a badger watch in Dorset. He saw the puma and its cubs several times, and has been studying the mystery ever since.


Dr. Karl Shuker

Dr Karl Shuker BSc PhD FRES FZS is a zoologist and world-renowned cryptozoological expert, who is a major source of news / features on cryptozoology, mystery animals, zooform phenomena.


Neil Arnold

Neil Arnold is a folklorist and Fortean researcher from Kent. He is the author of MONSTER! THE A-Z OF ZOOFORM PHENOMENA. He also runs KENT BIG CAT RESEARCH, and the blogs BEASTS OF LONDON and MONSTERS OF KENT.


Big Cats in Britain

Big Cats are said to roam the British Isles and Ireland even now as you are sitting and reading this. People from all walks of life encounter these mysterious felines on a daily basis in every nook and cranny of these two countries. Most are jet-black, some are white, some are brown, in fact big cats of every description and colour are seen by some unsuspecting person while on his or her daily business.

We are the largest and most active group in the British Isles and Ireland. Enter to discover just what may be lurking in our pleasant green fields.


Dorset Big Cats Register

Dorset Big Cats Register. This is where you can report a sighting of any unusual, large, apparently non-native, feline animal in the wild in Dorset or its bordercounties.