Archive for the “Small Town Monsters”
Posted by: Shannon LeGro on February 2nd, 2017
Vic Cundiff of Dogman Encounters Radio joins Shannon to talk all about the creature.
They have been reported for hundreds of years. They are notoriously aggressive and highly territorial. On this episode, Vic speaks of them coming into people’s homes, their hunting behaviors, frightening physical traits and more. Listen to Vic’s “Dogman Encounters Radio” on YouTube, and find Vic Cundiff on his website, DogmanEncounters.com
Read: iTF 70 The Dogman »
Posted by: Seth Breedlove on February 2nd, 2017
The Mothman of Point Pleasant will tell the truly bizarre story of thirteen months that changed the town of Point Pleasant forever. It promises the first in-depth, chronological look at not just the Mothman-creature encounters but all of the unusual activity which took place around the town and seemed to culminate with the collapse of the Silver Bridge. The Silver Bridge incident claimed the lives of 46 people in 1967, an event which still affects the community to this day.
Read: The Mothman of Point Pleasant Is Revealed »
Posted by: Seth Breedlove on February 2nd, 2017
Tonight at 7pm EST, the Kickstarter campaign to fund the production of the next two Small Town Monsters films will kick off. A slew of rewards are already set for backers including a Mothman t-shirt and poster by Sam Shearon, a Small Town Monsters poster by Matt Harris (featuring the titular monsters of the first four STM films) DVD copies of both “Mothman” and a fifth STM film titled, Invasion on Chestnut Ridge. There are also collectibles in the form of a Madballs-style Mothman head courtesy of toyline, Cryptorbs, and a Mothman statue designed and sculpted by Jean St Jean and put out by CreatuReplica. You can also get your name in the credits of both films or, for high level backers, get an executive producer credit.
Read: The Mothman of Point Pleasant Kickstater Launches Tonight »
Posted by: Seth Breedlove on January 15th, 2017
Small Town Monsters returns for their fourth cryptozoology documentary! The Mothman of Point Pleasant chronicles the historic happenings that took place over the span of 13 months in 1966-67 in West Virginia.
Read: The Mothman of Point Pleasant »
Posted by: Lyle Blackburn on December 1st, 2016
Check out the new video episode of Monster Men… I talk with the guys about my new Monstro Bizarro book, the Boggy Creek Monster documentary, and more!
Read: Monster Men: Lyle Blackburn »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 11th, 2016
New documentary chronicles area’s Boggy Creek Monster phenomenon
Read: Fouke hosts monster of a premiere »
Posted by: Seth Breedlove on October 9th, 2016
Join Mark and Seth this week as they journey to the land of blue grass and Bigfoot; otherwise known as Kentucky. They discuss some of the historical sightings from the state dating alllll the way back to the mid-1800’s and on up to the present day. As always, there’s a lot of ground to cover and they don’t manage to talk about everything they’d have liked to. A part two might be coming? Maybe?
Read: SasWhat: Bigfoot in the Bluegrass State »
Posted by: Seth Breedlove on October 5th, 2016
Of Boggy Creek that is…
Read: Living the Legend »
Posted by: Seth Breedlove on September 6th, 2016
A new film chronicling the frightening history of the Bigfoot-like “Fouke Monster of Boggy Creek” is headed to screens this November. A new trailer has just been released for the feature-length, documentary, featuring a slew of dramatic imagery that gives insight into the look and tone. The film is titled Boggy Creek Monster and is the third in a series called Small Town Monsters.
Read: Boggy Creek Monster: The Truth Behind The Legend »
Posted by: DatusPerry on August 16th, 2016
On the trail of the Fouke Monster…
Read: Monster Huntin’ in Fouke »
Posted by: Seth Breedlove on July 28th, 2016
Mark and Seth return with a very special guest! This week the boys welcome Coast to Coast AM’s George Noory. The guys have a conversation that runs the gamut of topics from George’s origin story to his thoughts on Bigfoot. They question him on some of his experiences working on one of the most popular radio shows of all time, some of his favorite stories from his tenure and much more.
Read: SasWhat: Going Coast to Coast with George Noory »
Posted by: Seth Breedlove on July 25th, 2016
Minerva Monster Day is a cryptid-themed, small town festival that centers around the subject of a famous Bigfoot-type creature said to live near the town. While last years’ event acted as the official premiere for the Small Town Monsters’ production, Minerva Monster, this one will see screenings of multiple films across a variety of unusual creature topics from Bigfoot to Loch Ness Monster. The Minerva Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the event which will also play host to a speaking presentation from renowned museum curator, author and lecturer, Loren Coleman.
Read: Minerva Monster Day Returns to Ohio Town September 24th »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 25th, 2016
A feature length documentary chronicling the bizarre and often-disturbing tales of a swamp monster said to lurk in Southern Arkansas is making its way to screens. The film is titled Boggy Creek Monster and is the third in a series called Small Town Monsters.
Read: Boggy Creek Monster Teaser Trailer »
Posted by: Seth Breedlove on April 1st, 2016
The film is about the mysterious sightings of an unidentified beast in Whitehall in August 1976. A number of eyewitnesses, including members of law enforcement agencies, saw a strange, huge, hairy, man-like creature in the Adirondack region, in the northeastern part of upstate New York. Now, an independent film crew from Ohio, including producer/composer Brandon Dalo, have made a film about the ominous events.
Read: Beast of Whitehall Premiere This Weekend »
Posted by: Seth Breedlove on March 2nd, 2016
August, 1976: Three teens driving on an isolated stretch of road somewhere in the Adirondacks of Upstate New York have a brush with a bizarre creature. Standing over 7 feet tall and covered in hair, they referred to it as a “beast”. Hours later, Abair Road was crawling with local and state police. Many of them recounted seeing the creature, as well.
Beast of Whitehall is part of a series of films called “Small Town Monsters” that focus on creatures unknown to science that become part of the lore and legend of rural communities. Beast of Whitehall has already screened at film festivals across the country.
Read: Small Town Monsters Unleashes Whitehall One-Sheet »