SasWhat: Small Town Monsters Month part 4: The Flintville Monster and More

Posted by: Shannon LeGro on May 26th, 2015

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Episode 50: Small Town Monsters Month Part 4: The Flintville Monster and More

Mark and Seth return for their 50th episode! In this penultimate chapter of Small Town Monsters month they spend some time discussing the Flintville Monster case. This particular small town monster was submitted by Adam Duggan.

Adam runs a blog called Search the Woods which you should all check out.

After the Flintville Monster they dig into a few other reports from around the country and briefly discuss the Ohio Bigfoot Conference which just wrapped.

If you have a hometown monster be sure to write in and tell us about it and we’ll spotlight it on an upcoming episode! SasWhatMail@gmail.com

Don’t forget to visit the website and Facebook!

Download the show at iTunes or Stitcher

See also:

SasWhat: OBC 2015 and Small Town Monsters Month Part 3 – The Making of a Monster
Small Town Monsters Month Part 2- The Mysterious Minerva Monster Case
Small Town Monsters Month Part 1 – Monsters of Ohio

Access all of the SasWhat podcasts here on Cryptomundo.

Shannon LeGro About Shannon LeGro
My name is Shannon LeGro and I've been researching the paranormal since I was a teen, having had my own experience which started me on this path. And for the past several years, a focus on the phenomena that is Sasquatch. I strive to bring a fresh perspective and an open mind to the most intriguing mysteries in our little known universe. Visit my site intothefrayradio.com for more information and the latest episodes of Into the Fray.





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