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such as Bigfoot and the Yeti), the domain of the supernatural, and the world of monster-hunting—and blends them all into a fascinating story of incredible proportions. Tales of rampaging werewolves comfortably sit next to wild accounts of long-necked lake monsters. Stories of living, mighty mammoths; of ferocious, winged humanoids; of creepy, evil gnomes; and of savage Wildmen of the woods, will make you ponder on just how much we know (or don’t know) about the United States and what really lurks in its forests, rivers, lakes, woods, and caves. It would be somewhat of a cliché to say that Jason’s book should best be read on the proverbial dark and stormy night, when the wind howls, the rain pours, the lightning flashes, and that old, tall tree in your backyard creaks and groans alarmingly. Hey, sometimes a cliché works perfectly. Monstrously entertaining! —Nick Redfern Nick Redfern is the author of many books, including Paranormal Parasites and Shapeshifters.

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Chasing American Monsters, by Jason Offutt  

From Alabama to Wyoming and every state in between, the United States is crawling with monsters lurking in the dark corners, just waiting fo...

Chasing American Monsters, by Jason Offutt  

From Alabama to Wyoming and every state in between, the United States is crawling with monsters lurking in the dark corners, just waiting fo...

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