The Man in the Woods

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"The Man in the Woods" is an amphibian, human like creature that exists in the myth's of Paranormal Phenomenon such as "Big Foot" or "The Lock Ness Sea Monster". The Riley Family, are a middle class family living in Portland, OR. The Riley Family takes a trip to Loon Lake Resort in Portland, OR for a vacation. Many animals are dying in the Loon Lake Resort in Portland, Oregon. The myth of The Man in the Woods surrounds the Loon Lake Resort and nobody believes in the myth. When human's are being attacked along with animals, the Police and the ...
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Overview

"The Man in the Woods" is an amphibian, human like creature that exists in the myth's of Paranormal Phenomenon such as "Big Foot" or "The Lock Ness Sea Monster". The Riley Family, are a middle class family living in Portland, OR. The Riley Family takes a trip to Loon Lake Resort in Portland, OR for a vacation. Many animals are dying in the Loon Lake Resort in Portland, Oregon. The myth of The Man in the Woods surrounds the Loon Lake Resort and nobody believes in the myth. When human's are being attacked along with animals, the Police and the F.B.I get involved in solving the crimes. The Man in the Woods escapes the woods and heads towards the city, killing more people. Once the authorities realize that The Man in the Woods actually exits, the authorities report the subject matter to the governor. The Police and the F.B.I are asked to do what they need to do in order to bring down The Man in the Woods.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781490998763
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 7/15/2013
  • Pages: 64
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.13 (d)

Meet the Author

My name is Robert Barrett, and I grew up in Livonia, MI. I have enjoyed movies and writing stories all of my since I was a kid, and I have been told that I have a good imagination. I think writing is a great way of self-expression and exorcising the mind.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2013

    My name is April Iuga and I do like a good scare evry now and th

    My name is April Iuga and I do like a good scare evry now and then. This book starts out clean and then the story picks up in a creepy way. the story about The man in the Woods gave me the shivers and I was thinking about the book all night. i really liked this book and it is scary to read.

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