Hi gang. My first launch of MonstersOnTheWeb.com didn’t really turn out. But I’m going to try it again. This time, I made time to write more and just wrapped up my first series.
Hi gang. Mystic Moon Cafe (including li’l ol’ me) interviewed Richard Freeman about his new book, Adventures in Cryptozoology Vol. 1. Listen in after the jump.
On July 10, 2019, Jake, Wendy and June of Mystic Moon Cafe interviewed Linda S. Godfrey about her new book, I Know What I Saw: Modern-Day Encounters with Monsters of New Urban Legend and Ancient Lore. Listen in after the jump.
If you like monsters, then there’s 5 books I always reach for when I’ve got the monster itch. Plus, there’s 1 author I always look to for dog men.
No monster shows the depth of character and uniqueness as the mummy. Each Risen still holds onto its personal skills, loves and losses. And it’s tragic they must die again.
Baykoks are skeletal warriors that hunt disrespectful hunters on tribal land. These monsters move fast and kill their victims before they realize what happened.
In Search Of Monsters is just about to finish its first season on Travel Channel. Each episode focuses on a cryptid’s origins, witness encounters, an investigation, and expert opinions.
Ghouls don’t lurk in graveyards anymore. Nowadays, they live and work in cities. They have jobs that put them close to freshly dead bodies. Get the scoop on these corpse eaters after the jump.
Hi gang. Last night, I had my first radio show gig, an interview with Nick Redfern. Wendy Schindler, hostess with the mostest, helped me along. Listen in after the jump.
Reapers get a bad rap. They’re not the cold, unfeeling monsters that escort the living through death. They’re actually torn by their duty, and the lives they take. Get the scoop after the jump.