Memoirs of a Monster Hunter

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Career Press, 2007 - Social Science - 255 pages
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For centuries, people across the world have had a fascination with monsters and strange creatures. They marvel at the tales and legends of the Bigfoot of the Pacific Northwest; of the Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas; of the infamous and diabolical Moth-Man of West Virginia; of fire-breathing dragons; and of those dark denizens of the deep: lake monsters and sea serpents. But do such creatures really exist? Can it be true that our planet is home to fantastic beasts that lurk deep within its forests and waters? Memoirs of a Monster Hunter proves the answer is a resounding yes! Part X-Files, part Crocodile Hunter with a mix of Jurassic Park and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Memoirs of a Monster Hunter takes you on a roller-coaster ride into the unknown. Read personal accounts of the monsters that inhabit your wildest imagination and your worst nightmares. The creatures you were told couldn't possibly exist, really do.
 

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Contents

The Story Begins
17
Two Winged Things and a Wedding
31
Tales From Taos
41
Fangs Fur and Files
49
Monsters of the Big Thicket
59
A Menagerie of Monsters
71
Spectral Animals
87
Creatures of the Black Lagoon
99
Public Enemy Number One
173
The GoatMan Cometh
179
Around the World in 30 Days
195
Back to the Island of Blood
207
The NeverEnding Journey
231
Resources
241
Index
247
About the Author
253

In Search of Vampires
113
On the Track of Bigfoot
143
Ghost Lights and Spooky Lights
155
Other Books by Nick Redfern
255
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