Thursday, July 27, 2023

Final Events, the "Collins Elite" and Much More...


Back in 2010, I wrote a book called Final Events. It was a a book that claimed the U.S. Government (not me) believed UFOS were not extraterrestrial creatures. Rather, they believed they were demonic creatures.
The U.S. government group that got together called themselves the "Collins Elite."
There were four specific plans to make sequels to "Final Events." So far, these companies have only said something like: "No." 
Whatever. Fuck them. I know how multiple people have sided with the Collins Elite, and who are in the heart of the U.S. Government. We're not finished, however .And there's way more to come.

Sunday, July 16, 2023

Dog-Man, Werewolves and More...


Some good news: there's a new production from the team at the Small Town Monsters company. This one is titled The Dogman Triangle: Werewolves in the Lone Star State.

You can see me, Shannon LeGro, Lyle Blackburn and Ken Gerhard digging deep into the mystery - and it's a big mystery! You can get them in Blu-ray and DVD. And they run to 70 minutes. Don't miss!


Wednesday, June 14, 2023

Ivan Sanderson and the FBI

 If you're interested in UFOs and mysterious creatures, you'll definitely want to see this: the FBI has just declassified its file on Ivan Sanderson (monster-hunter, author and Flying Saucer chaser). There are some intriguing stories and one or two characters in the story. And a couple of characters.

Here's the link to get the FBI file on Sanderson.

Friday, June 9, 2023

Mothman, the Silver Bridge & Point Pleasant

 Yesterday morning I was chatting with a few friends about Gray Barker's Mothman-themed book, "The Silver Bridge" of 1970. I've come to know over the years that many people don't realize that the first book on the subject of Mothman is NOT John Keel's book, "The Mothman Prophecies," that was first published in 1975. It was Barker's.

I have to say that Barker's writing style is much better than Keel's. It's far more gripping. But, there's a problem.... Barker wrote a great book, but he chose to exaggerate his style. By that, I mean Barker chose to go too far with both his style and content. And to the point that it's hard to tell what's real and what's made out of Barker's imagination.
In fact, for me, Barker's writing often comes across like genius Hunter S. Thompson's: a mix of fact and what became as "Gonzo" writing. Now, there's another "but." At times, Barker exaggerated to the level that he could have been called a liar. And justifiably. 
So, if you're someone who is interested in the origins of the Mothman phenomenon, get your hands on both books: "The Silver Bridge" of 1970 and "The Mothman Prophecies" of 1975.


About the Loch Ness Monster...Check it Out

A new exhibition on the Loch Ness Monster, a good article!

Here's the link...

Thursday, June 8, 2023

FATE magazine, Numbers 1 to 4

 It's always a good day when you find a number 1 copy of Fate magazine. And with numbers 2, 3 and 4 too...! And for $15!


Wednesday, June 7, 2023

"Hammer" TV Movies From Way Back in the 1980s...

As a big fan of the "Hammer" horror movies, I was VERY pleased to pick up a cool, clean DVD set of the U.K. Hammer TV series that ran in 1980. I was just a kid when they were broadcasted at the time. There were 15 episodes for TV on Saturday nights. Good times!


Monday, April 24, 2023

David Weatherly's Latest: Monsters and Strange Creatures

If, like me, you have a deep interest in the field of Cryptozoology (or, monster-hunting, as it's known, too) then you'll want to get David Weatherly's latest book: Monsters of the Pine Tree State: Cryptids & Legends of Maine .You might know that David has, for a long time, being publishing crypto-driven books. In fact, it's David's goal to have a book for every U.S. state. And, he's doing it all very well. So, before we get to David's new book, let's have a look at his work. As David says: "Maine, the Pine Tree State—a land of vast forests, a rugged coastline…and monsters! Bigfoot has long roamed around the state from the south all the way to the northern border. Sea serpents lurk along the state’s coast, and small-town legends abound from the Durham gorilla to the Turner Beast. But there’s more—strange canids, lake monsters, black panthers, and the ghostly white Specter Moose! Welcome to Monsters of the Pine Tree State." 

So, now let's dig into the pages. Another thing, there's a foreword from long-time Cryptozoologist, Loren Coleman. Don't miss that. 

Like me, David is very much someone who gets on the road. And that shows in David's writing and work. Having said that, sit back, read David's latest book and experience the monsters of the Pine Tree State. Have you ever heard of the Specter Moose? Yeah, you did read that correct! As David says: "It's ghostly white in color, stands 10 to 15 feet tall, weighs around 2,500 pounds, and has a massive set of antlers that span 10 to 12 feet across." Imagine coming face-to-face with that huge beast! This is an excellent chapter and covers more than a few pages. In fact, a lot of pages. Of course, Bigfoot in Maine comes into the equation. What I particularly enjoyed about the Maine-Bigfoot chapter was the fact that David focused on cases from times long gone. By that, I mean the Bigfoot creatures might have been with us for centuries. Possibly even longer.


How about a wild man of the little type? This is a cool and mysterious story that makes you think of ancient humanoids that resemble, to a degree, us. But, far more savage and possibly very ancient. And, of course,  don't forget their small forms. I've investigated a  lot of cases of "little people," so it was cool to read that story. In the chapter titled "More Hairy Creatures" we get to learn about other ape-like creatures covered in hair and from the 19th century. Again, strong evidence that the Bigfoot have been around for a long, long time. There's no doubt that there was a big wave of Bigfoot-type sightings in the 1970s - and David addresses that angle of Bigfoot well.

Maine's equivalent of the Loch Ness Monster? Yep, that's there, too. Or it's them, not just one. Hideous serpents, and massive creatures prowling around, make for great reading. And let's not forget Cassie. That's right: surely a cousin to Nessie. "Above the Pines" is a very entertaining chapter that tackles huge birds, an "immense eagle," "a large, winged flying creature with leathery wings," and other things from the skies. And, as someone who has investigated more than a few Goat-Men reports, I was pleased to see  such things are in Maine. I have to say that my favorite chapter is the one titled "Werewolves & Strange Canids." We're talking about strange wolves, upright wolves, and dangerous wolves. Dog-Men, too. And it was great to see that the late Linda Godfrey was mentioned. A great book!

Tuesday, April 18, 2023

Contact in the Desert...

I'll be speaking at the annual Contact in the Desert gig. and I'll be speaking about the history of the Men in Black and Women in Black... Here's the link.

Friday, February 17, 2023

Art Bell's FBI File Released...

Some (maybe many!) of you might like to know that the FBI has declassified its file on UFO show host, Art Bell....

Thursday, February 9, 2023

Coming Soon... Werewolves Everywhere....

There are a lot of twists and turns in this new book I've now finished editing. And I've added a LOT of new material. Brad Steiger's book, "The Werewolf Book" was originally published way back in 1999 by Visible Ink Press (VIP). 

Then, because the VIP book was so popular, a second edition was released in 2012 with a lot of more new material. 
Sadly, Brad died in 2018.
And then.....
About 5 months ago, Visible Ink Press' owner, Roger Janecke, decided to publish a reworked/edited version for 2023. And he asked me if I would do the work on the new book. I thought it was good to have a book that spans from 1999 to 2013 and with bunches of new material. and still with the best from the original., too.
So, that's what I've done and along with my agent Lisa Hagan, and Roger: There will be an updated version of the original "The Werewolf Book." The book should be available in the summer. And there's a cool cover!

Tuesday, January 31, 2023

58 Years Old: That's Me!

 That's me now 58. Hard to believe things have gone by!! LOL!

The FBI, Danny Casolaro and The Vault


For some of you into conspiracies, a few days ago, the FBI uploaded its file on Danny Casolaro, a journalist/writer who died in controversial ways back in the 1990s. But, don't be too excited. There are only 8 pages and there's not much to read. But, maybe, you'll find something worth reading. Here's the link

It's warm and sunny in Dallas This Morning...Maybe Not ;)


Wednesday, January 25, 2023

A New Edition of a Great Book: Merrily Harpur's "Mystery Big Cats"

A great book to get hold of: Merrily Harpur's Mystery Big Cats. The original was published in 2006, but now there's some new material for the 2023 edition. Probably one of my all time favorite books...