The Michigan Dogman: Werewolves and Other Unknown Canines Across the U.S.A.

Unexplained Research Publishing Company, 2010 - 216 Seiten
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They look like werewolves, but are they? They stand six-feet tall, are covered in fur, and possess both a wolf-like head and the ability to walk upright. Whatever one chooses to call them werewolf, dogman or manwolf an astonishing number of witnesses across the U.S.A. have encountered these creatures on roadsides, in the woods, and near their own homes. They swear the unknown canines are as menacing as they are real. And if these creatures aren't werewolves, what could they be? In her third book about this continuing mystery, author and investigator Linda Godfrey takes readers on a state-by-state creature hunt, exploring many new and shocking reports and leaving no bone unturned in her search for the beast's true nature.

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Linda S. Godfrey, a former award-winning newspaper reporter, has become the nation's acknowledged expert on werewolves and contemporary sightings of unknown, upright canines. She is the author of The Beast of Bray Road, Hunting the American Werewolf, Werewolves, and a slew of other books on mysterious animals, things and people. She has appeared on many national TV and radio shows such as History Channel's MonsterQuest, Fox News' Sean Hannity, SyFy's New In Search Of, ABC Family's Scariest Places on Earth, and Coast to Coast AM.

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