CFZ-USA is very pleased to announce our latest US representative: Brian Gaugler of New York.
Brian will be covering his native New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. He will be digging deep into old cases, new ones, undertaking research, and filing case reports for readers of the CFZ's in-house magazine, Animals & Men.
Brian is also in the process of establishing the North-East Cryptid Initiative, an exciting project, the aim of which is to create a solid network of researchers who can share data, and stay informed of what is afoot in their respective areas.
Brian is particularly keen to hear from researchers in the North-East, and encourages anyone who may be able to help to contact him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian has a blog devoted to all-things cryptozoological. Titled Things That Go Bump In the Night, it can be found by clicking right here. So far, you can read stories of "Road Trolls," high-strangeness cases, and a contribution from me (with added comments from Brian) on the diabolical Man-Monkey of England.
Brian is a young college student from Long Island who is currently majoring in criminology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in Manhattan. He plans to pursue a career in law enforcement with an eventual goal of applying to the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia.
Besides working with the CFZ, Brian is also a field researcher for the Mutual UFO Network and has written articles on cryptozoology and ufology, as well as on the paranormal, conspiracies, folklore, and the occult.
In addition to his crypto-blog, he has another blog, too, which can be found at forteanhistoricalarchive.blogspot.com, and he can be reached at email@example.com