A friend and Fortean has passed away in 2009. A fellow admirer of Mothman and the anomalies all around us, such as the “name game,” is gone. But his legacy lives on.
“The approach I wanted to take was not, ‘Yes, it does exist’ or ‘No, it doesn’t,’ but to look at how Americans think about nature and our ideas about wilderness, particularly in the 19th century.” Images.
There is another good crop of old cryptozoology books for sale at Arcturus.
Author Brian Keene is interviewed about his new novel. Image.
Take a look, mates.
Who is this guy? Images.
Creatures, critters and cryptids will be cruising through Watertown, Massachusetts, on the fringes of Boston, during the next two nights. Colorful images.
The Daily Egyptian publishes their article mentioning Shelley Cox’s reading of my burned book. Here are her highlights from being there. Photo of the demonstration.
Most of these are used, some are new, and all are available directly from Arcturus, not from me. I thought some readers who don’t have these titles might be interested in this new list, just published today.
Shelley Cox, retired Rare Book Librarian of Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, will be reading from Bigfoot! at an upcoming event. Video.