Monsters of New York: Mysterious Creatures in the Empire State

Monsters of New York: Mysterious Creatures in the Empire State

by Bruce G. Hallenbeck
     
 

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"After reading Fortean researcher Bruce Hallenbeck's book, one instantly realizes that not only do 'monsters' exist in our computerized world, but the Northwoods seem to be teeming with them. From the Adirondacks and the Catskills to the depths of Lake Champlain and the shores of Montauk--from aliens in the skies above to gators in the sewers below--Hallenbeck takes… See more details below

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"After reading Fortean researcher Bruce Hallenbeck's book, one instantly realizes that not only do 'monsters' exist in our computerized world, but the Northwoods seem to be teeming with them. From the Adirondacks and the Catskills to the depths of Lake Champlain and the shores of Montauk--from aliens in the skies above to gators in the sewers below--Hallenbeck takes the reader on a journey with accounts of cryptids around every corner. Awareness to this realm offers us an important glimpse into a reality often overlooked by modern mainstream science."
--Paul B. Bartholomew, author of Bigfoot Encounters in New York and New England

Bizarre beasts of the Empire State featured in this volume include:

  • Champ, the Lake Champlain Monster
  • Adirondack Bigfoot
  • The Kinderhook Creature
  • Sewer Alligators
  • The Montauk Monster
  • Catamounts
  • Product Details

    ISBN-13:
    9780811712132
    Publisher:
    Stackpole Books
    Publication date:
    08/01/2013
    Series:
    Monsters
    Pages:
    144
    Sales rank:
    745,416
    Product dimensions:
    5.40(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.50(d)

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    Meet the Author

    Bruce G. Hallenbeck lives in Valatie, New York, and is author of Monsters of the Northwoods (978-0-92516800-9).

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