Thylacines in Cryptozoology

As a subject, cryptozoology is rather ill-defined. Thus the inclusion or exclusion of any given reference here could arguably be debated. Therefore, in order to side-step this problem, I have tried to include only publications by persons who (seemingly) self-identify as 'cryptozoologists' and/or investigators of mystery animals.

 

Anonymous. (2001). The Mainland Thylacine: An overview, pp. 82-83. In: Cropper, Paul (ed.). Myths & Monsters 2001 Conference Papers. Unpublished?

Author. (year?). Fortean Times 25: 36. [a pack of thylacine-like animals seen on the Vic/NSW border in 1977]

Author?. (2016). The Thylacine — or Tasmanian Tiger. Cryptid Culture 3: 50-53.

Bürgin, Luc. (2006). Tasmanischer Tiger fotografiert. Mysteries 4: 8-10.

Chapple, Peter. (2001). The Quest for the Thylacine, pp. 75-81. In: Cropper, Paul (ed.). Myths & Monsters 2001 Conference Papers. Unpublished?

Chapple, Peter. (2014). The Quest for the Thylacine, pp. 101-109. In: Lang, Rebecca (ed.). The Tasmanian Tiger: Extinct or Extant? Hazelbrook, NSW: Strange Nation Publishing. 186 pp. [a reprint of the above publication; on p. 109 Chapple's death is incorrectly listed as "2001", when it is actually 26 August, 2002]

Clark, Jerome. (2013). Thylacines, pp. 198-208. Unexplained!: Strange Sightings, Incredible Occurrences, and Puzzling Physical Phenomena, third edition. Canton, Michigan: Visible Ink Press. [does the second edition have the Thylacine chapter?]

Coleman, Loren and Clark, Jerome (1999). Cryptozoology A To Z: The Encyclopedia of Loch Monsters, Sasquatch, Chupacabras, and Other Authentic Mysteries of Nature. Touchstone (original edition), Simon & Schuster. [pp. 206-207, 238-239]

Douglas, Athol M. (1990). The Thylacine: A Case for Current Existence on Mainland Australia. Cryptozoology/Cryptozoologie 9: 13-25.

Earley, George W. (1991). Tasmanian Tiger Update. INFO Journal 64: 13-14.

Eberhart, George M. (2002). Mysterious Creatures: A Guide to Cryptozoology. Santa Barbara, California: Abc-Clio Incorporated. [pp. 547-550]

Freeman, Richard. (1999). The case of the British thylacine. Animals & Men 19: 16-18.

Freeman, Richard. (2005). In Search of the Thylacine. Phenomena [Magazine]. 10 May 2005.

Freeman, Richard. (2015). Tasmanian Wolf at the Door. Animals & Men 52: 47-61.

Frenz, Lothar. (2000). Riesenkraken und Tigerwölfe. [relevant reference?]

Gilroy, Rex. (1976). Australian monsters. Psychic Australian [1976]: pagination?.

Gilroy, Rex. (1987). On the Trail of a Tiger. Fortean Times 49: 46-47.

Gilroy, Rex. (1995). Mysterious Australia. Mapleton, Queensland, Australia: Nexus Publishing. [pp. 67-76 or 194-227]

Gilroy, Rex. (2011). The Search for Living Thylacines – Results of the Gilroy 2011 expedition. Mysterious Australia 1(12): 2-22.

Gilroy, Rex and Gilroy, Heather. (2017). The Thylacine - Its History and Sightings. Uru Publications. 216 pp. [Available from Lulu]

Goss, Michael. (1983). Tracking Tasmania's Mystery Beast. Fate 36: 34-43.

Greenwell, J. R. (1994). Who's seen the thylacine. BBC Wildlife July 1994: 48. [According to J. H. Callaby: "Alleged sightings of thylacines in Western Australia, written by a "cryptozoologist" who wants to believe it"]

Healy, Tony. (1987). The Riddles of Oz. Fortean Times 49: 42-45.

Healy, Tony and Cropper, Paul. (1994). The Tasmanian Tiger, pp. 1-20. Out of the Shadows: Mystery Animals of Australia. Chippendale, New South Wales: Ironbark Pan Macmillan. ii + 200 pp.

Healy, Tony and Cropper, Paul. (1994). Mainland Thylacines, pp. 21-54. Out of the Shadows: Mystery Animals of Australia. Chippendale, New South Wales: Ironbark Pan Macmillan. ii + 200 pp.

Healy, Tony and Cropper, Paul. (2014). Mainland Thylacines, pp. 51-86. In: Lang, Rebecca (ed.). The Tasmanian Tiger: Extinct or Extant? Hazelbrook, NSW: Strange Nation Publishing. 186 pp. [a reprint of the above publication]

Miotk, Nikolai P. (2009). Thylacinus cynocephalus auf dem australischen Festland: Betrachtet aus naturgeschichtlicher und kryptozoologischer Perspektive. Der Kryptozoologie-Report 7: 5-16.

Opit, Gary. (2009). Australian Cryptozoology: The Australian Yowie, New Guinea Mermaid, Big Cats and other WildLife Wonders. 2nd edition. Equilateral Enterprise. 216 pp.

Opit, Gary. (2014). Evidence for the Continuing Survival of the Thylacine, pp. 111-128. In: Lang, Rebecca (ed.). The Tasmanian Tiger: Extinct or Extant? Hazelbrook, NSW: Strange Nation Publishing. 186 pp.

Opit, Gary. (2017). Citizen Science and Cryptozoology, data received from listeners during 18 years of wildlife talkback on ABC North Coast New South Wales Local Radio. Australian Zoologist 38(3): 430-456. [Abstract]

Paranormal and Psychic Australian, October 1977 [author? volume? pagination?]

Paranormal and Psychic Australian, May 1978 [author? volume? pagination?]

Pinkney, John. (2006). Riddle of the Tiger that Rose from Its Tomb: The Thylacine Puzzle, pp. 301-315. In: Great Australian Mysteries 2. Rowville, Victoria: Five Mile Press. [chapter 19]

Psychic Australian, November 1976 [author? volume? pagination?]

Psychic Australian, January 1977 [author? volume? pagination?]

Redfern, Nick. (2013). Monster Files: A Look Inside Government Secrets and Classified Documents on Bizarre Creatures and Extraordinary Animals. Pompton Plains, New Jersey: New Page Books (A division of The Career Press). [pp. 246-249, 259]

Rehberg, Chris. (2007). In Search of Rare Carnivorous Marsupials: An Examination of the Evidence for Their Survival, [33 pp.?]. In: Heinselmann, Craig (ed.). Elementum Bestia: Being an Examination of Unknown Animals of the Air, Earth, Fire and Water. CRYPTO. 265 pp.

Rehberg, Chris. (2009). Gonzales-Sitges Thylacinus. Der Kryptozoologie-Report 7: 31-35.

Rickard, Bob. (1987). The return of the tiger? Fortean Times 49: 5-7. [unseen by the present author; said to criticize the Kevin Cameron photos published in (Douglas, 1986)]

Robinson, Grant. (2014). The Wonthaggi Monster, Thylacines and Other Creatures, [pagination?]. Great Gippsland Mysteries. Chatswood, NSW: Griffin Press. 160 pp. [the first chapter in the book]

Shuker, Karl P. N. (1993). The Lost Ark. London: HarperCollins.

Shuker, Karl P. N. (1996). ["The beast of Buderim – is Australian cryptozoology's star in stripes a mainland thylacine"]. Wild About Animals [volume?]: [pagination?]. [the link is an online reprint on Dr. Shuker's famous blog, with original title?]

Shuker, Karl P. N. (2010). Alien Zoo. Bideford, North Devonshire: CFZ Press.

Smith, Malcolm. (1996). Bunyips and Bigfoots: In Search of Australia’s Mystery Animals. Alexandria, N.S.W.: Millennium. 214 pp. [pp. 94-114]

Smith, Malcolm. (2014). Thylacine Sightings Outside Tasmania, pp. 89-99. In: Lang, Rebecca (ed.). The Tasmanian Tiger: Extinct or Extant? Hazelbrook, NSW: Strange Nation Publishing. 186 pp.

Weinzierl, Michael and Domack, Eugene. (2014). Applied Cryptozoology - Using Leeches to Locate the Thylacine. Tasmanian Geographic, online magazine.