Archive for the “Cryptofiction”
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 16th, 2014
Anna McLain, a woman lost to her own world, finds herself in a serious situation. While exploring one more wilderness road before heading home, she soon finds herself stranded on a remote road in the wilds of the rugged Sierra Nevada Mountains in Northern California. After an anxious night alone, she comes face to face with a newly confirmed species that was once only a legend.
Read: Eve: A Short Film Adaptation »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on August 27th, 2014
…Kronos Rising delivers on the fun: it has plenty of plot twists, roller-coaster suspense, colorful characters, and action. On that score, I got my money’s worth.
Read: Kronos Rising Reviewed »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on August 16th, 2014
Coming August 19th from Columbus Press and author Samuel Snoek-Brown is a novel that takes place during the Civil War in Louisiana which draws on Creole culture and the myth of the Rougarou, the Louisiana werewolf.
Read: Civil War Cryptozoology »
Posted by: Lee Murphy on August 7th, 2014
Celebrate Sea Serpent Day with a today only free download of my new book, The Road to Loch Ness!
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Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 22nd, 2014
This book is good for its niche: the YA horror novel. It’s an action-filled adventure with teenage protagonists trying to discover and save the lake monsters. There are a couple of really gory scenes for a YA! These lake monsters can be nasty…
~ Matt Bille
Read: Loch: A Novel »
Posted by: Lee Murphy on July 10th, 2014
The idea for this series of novels came from the Nightstalker television series, which many of us grew up watching (Chris Carter’s amazing television show The X-files also found its inspiration in the weekly horror exploits of Darren McGavin’s Karl Kolchak).
Read: The Road to Loch Ness »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on June 21st, 2014
“…strange and savage deaths at Loch Ness…”
Read: Nessie: TV Cryptofiction Reviewed »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 4th, 2014
Posted by: Lyle Blackburn on May 31st, 2014
I don’t often read fiction, but occasionally a book comes across my path that beckons me to put aside scholarly texts and enjoy a good story. Case in point, The Secret of Blackjack Woods, the debut novel by Ashlen Brown. I recently met the Texas-based author at a cryptozoology event where I picked up a copy. Having no prior knowledge of her book, I was initially drawn in by its mysterious title and cover – which seems to hint at a Bigfoot story – and after a brief conversation with Brown I learned that indeed the impetus for her novel had come from an incident in which her mother and sister sighted a mysterious creature near their family home in Texas. This led to speculation that it could have been a Bigfoot which later inspired Brown to write her heart-felt and downright exciting novel.
Read: The Secret of Blackjack Woods »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 24th, 2014
After losing their home following a devastating loss, a father and son are forced to move to an old family cabin. Neither reacts well to being thrown into this new world. The son’s attempts to relate to his father are complicated when two old friends arrive for a weekend of hunting. This trip into the forest will unearth not only buried feelings of guilt and betrayal, but also a tribe of Sasquatch that are determined to protect their land.
Read: Valley Of The Sasquatch »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 20th, 2014
OK folks, here is the archived program of the third episode of The CryptoCast.
Read: CryptoCast: Bigfoot Wars Archive »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 9th, 2014
This month on The Cryptocast we will be talking about the upcoming Bigfoot film Bigfoot Wars that was filmed here in East Texas in Mineola.
Read: This Month’s CryptoCast: Bigfoot Wars »
Posted by: Scott Mardis on May 4th, 2014
Like many people, I’ve followed the hunts for the Loch Ness Monster, Sasquatch, and an assortment of other cryptids, over the years. Given the vastness of our largely unexplored oceans, it wouldn’t surprise me to have a supposedly extinct marine predator turn up entangled in a trawler’s net tomorrow. You just never know. ~ Max Hawthorne
Read: Q & A With Kronos Rising Author »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 16th, 2014
The line between history and legend can be deceptively thin—too thin, perhaps, to maintain the claim that one is exclusively fact and one fiction. Such may be the case with the history of Lewis and Clark—for the fact is that two hundred years after they were handpicked by Thomas Jefferson to lead an extraordinary expedition to the Pacific coast, legends still persist regarding unexplained gaps in the explorers’ field journals.
Read: Cryptid: Reimagined »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 11th, 2014