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Port St. Francis Cryptozoological Society

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Port St. Francis Cryptozoological Society

In keeping with our fair city's patron, St. Francis of Assisi, the Society is founded to study and preserve those species and cultures which lie outside the mundane.


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Location: Port St. Francis (San Francisco) USA
Members: 18
Latest Activity: Jul 13, 2013

About the Society

The Port St. Francis Cryptozoological Society was founded to study, preserve, and illuminate those species and cultures which have their origins beyond the mundane.

 

We are supported by generous grants, donations, and endowments from some of the City's social elite, as well as other benefactors from around the world.

 

We have also been lucky to receive gifts of equipment from a variety of concerns both commercial and charitable, such as our airship Serendipity (from the Ford Aeromotor Corporation).


Please feel free to contact us regarding any open positions, if you are interested in joining an expedition, or if you are interested in attending one of our fascinating evening lectures.

 

Discussion Forum

Investigation: Strega in North Beach

Started by Rev. Mik McAllister. Last reply by Rev. Mik McAllister Oct 3, 2011. 4 Replies

OSS Liason Joseph Bryan Warren, and members of the Forensic Sciences, have been asked to investigate rumors of a coven of Strega in the North Beach area.

Introductions

Started by Rev. Mik McAllister. Last reply by Joseph Bryan Warren Sep 13, 2011. 1 Reply

I am Reverend Mik McAllister, Dean of Crypto-anthropology. In keeping with the long-standing traditions of the Society, I frequently join expeditions myself. I study the culture and organization of…Continue

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Comment by Thessalonica Jones on May 15, 2012 at 2:40pm

Hi Mik, I don't know if you have noticed, but I have been able to return to the Empire, Huzzah! I hope I still retain my post here :). Hope to hear from you sometime, I am crossing my fingers it will be soon :D. Take care, thess

Comment by Thomas Forsythe on May 3, 2012 at 2:55pm

Thank you for the welcome, Rev. McAllister. I have had a keen interest in cryptozoology since I was a boy and my interest in the actual existence of mythical creature was further piqued when I had the excellent good fortune to spend time with Lancelot, the first of a herd of living unicorns, this some 27 years ago. I became convinced that if classical unicorns actually exist, then it is quite possible that other, as yet undiscovered, mythical species might well exist.

 

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