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Hunting the American Werewolf: Beast Men in Wisconsin and Beyond

4.03 of 5 stars 4.03  ·  rating details  ·  59 ratings  ·  4 reviews
He's out there? a malevolent beast with the head of a wolf?walking upright like a man Don?t believe it? How do you explain dozens of verified sightings throughout Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, and nationwide? In this fascinating book, best-selling author and award-winning journalist Linda Godfrey continues the hunt she began in The Beast of Bray Road. With only her invest ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published March 1st 2006 by Trails Books
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Godfrey's further adventures of werewolf exploration in eastern US. I have an admiration for this woman. She still goes forth with an open mind and no matter how outrageous the stories she hears, she treats everyone with respect.
I'm a tremendous werewolf fan (currently wearing a shirt stating 'Don't mind me, it's just that time of the month' over a werewolf silhouetted against the moon) so it would be hard for me not to get a kick out of this book.

There are some incredible tales, one in particular where I feel the werewolf in question would be embarrassed to be so stereotyped - running across a road in Canada, fitted out in shredded jeans and flannel shirt, wolfish head caught in the headlights, sheesh. Most are hard to
Amber Decker
Godfrey sits upon the fence of healthy skepticism while investigating the legend of the American werewolf. She documents sightings, takes names, and digs deeply inside the caverns of a vast mythology of the unexplained to get answers. But ultimately finds only more questions.

An excellent book for the cryptozoologist in us all. Though...not a book to read while at home alone in the middle of the night. Especially not if you live out in the I do.
Interesting book in the mode of "The Beast of Bray Road">
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