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Dr. Roy P. Mackal

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Background Information

Employment History

Scott T. Norman

Vice President

British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club

Professor of Biology

University of Chicago


Loch Ness Investigation Bureau

Founding Board Member

Scientific Advisor



University of Chicago


University of Chicago

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Cryptozoology Organizations [cached]

Vice President: Dr. Roy P. Mackal

Cryptozoology Organizations [cached]

Vice President: Dr. Roy P. Mackal

Top Cryptozoology Deaths of 2013 [cached]

(9) Roy P. Mackal, 88 Loch Ness Monster and Mokele-Mbembe researcher, cryptozoologist Roy P. Mackal has died. More, here.

The Death of the Mokele-Mbembe Seekers [cached]

With the recent unheralded death of Roy P. Mackal in September 2013, I am reminded of the passing of others who have been associated with Mokele-mbembe expeditions and research. Some of those individuals passed away with little notice and were remembered later, or went suddenly and in their youth. We miss them all, and our continued condolences to their loved ones, colleagues, and families.

Here is a review of that history.
2013: Roy P. Mackal, 88
This year, in September, the well-known Loch Ness Monster and Mokele-mbembe researcher, former University of Chicago professor Roy P. Mackal died at age 88. No one was aware of his death in the cryptozoology community or the general media. I was the first to note his death on CryptoZooNews on December 15th. Mackal obit.
His role in Baby was based loosely on Dr. Roy Mackal. McGoohan obit.
It was Reverend Eugene Thomas who first told James Powell and Dr. Roy Mackal that pygmies in 1959 said they had killed a Mokele-mbembe.
Greenwell accompanied Roy Mackal on his second Mokele-mbembe expedition to Lake Tele in the Congo.
Roy Mackal is gone now, but remaining strong and healthy are John Kirk, Bill Gibbons, Milt Marcy, Peter Beach, Rob Mullin, and other individuals linked to past recent Mokele-mbembe expeditions.
Footnote: More information is required on the long ago death of Marie Therese Womack, the expedition photographer for Roy Mackal on an early Mokele-mbembe quest.
Furthermore, M. Justin Wilkinson, who accompanied Mackal in 1981, may have died recently.
At Loch Ness Dinsdale, Holiday, Rines and now Mackal.


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