Crawlers: A Conclusive Casebook

Crawlers: A Conclusive Casebook

by Nathaniel Brislin
Crawlers: A Conclusive Casebook

Crawlers: A Conclusive Casebook

by Nathaniel Brislin


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Discover the mysterious world of cryptozoology with "Crawlers: A Conclusive Casebook" by Nathaniel Brislin. This intriguing nonfiction book explores the reports of strange, humanoid creatures known as Crawlers and Rakes. Through a compilation of eyewitness accounts and investigations, the author delves into the mystery surrounding these elusive beings and invites readers to join the search for the truth.

In this book, you will read about the strange sightings of the Dover Demon and Pale Crawlers, as well as the hairless, glistening creatures seen in various locations throughout the United States.

The book provides a comprehensive look at multiple encounters with these strange creatures, including the emaciated beings seen in Swan Lake, Montana and Westville, Nova Scotia, and the tall, white rail-thin creature seen in North Carolina. The author also presents the anonymous eyewitness account of a frightening encounter in Housenick Park, Bethlehem, PA, complete with an artistic depiction and a scientific evaluation by a zoologist.

This book is a must-read for anyone interested in the unknown and the mysterious. With its engaging storytelling and insightful investigations, "Crawlers: A Conclusive Casebook" will leave you with a newfound appreciation for the power of the community in the study of cryptozoology. Get your copy today and join the search for the truth about Crawlers and Rakes!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798369286852
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 07/15/2023
Series: Beasts of the World , #1
Pages: 174
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.37(d)

About the Author

Born and raised in Maine, Nathaniel Brislin has always been interested in life on Earth, both living and extinct, known and unknown. Nate is an artist, writer, and filmmaker who has released two documentaries; Pine State Phantoms (2019) and Eyes from the Pines: The Pine Ape Project (2021).
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