Monsters of the Midwest: True Tales of Bigfoot, Werewolves & Other Legendary Creatures (Paperback)
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Is scaring yourself silly by telling creepy tales around a campfire your idea of a good time? Paranormal investigators Jessica Freeburg and Natalie Fowler share reportedly true accounts of the strangest, most chilling creatures ever documented in the Midwest states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. From sightings of bigfoot to encounters with werewolves--and even a Great Lakes sea monster--this collection of 23 stories is sure to keep you up at night. Try to remember: that noise you hear... it's probably just the wind.
About the Author
Jessica Freeburg has always been inquisitive and loves all the challenges that life--and the afterlife--have to offer. Her fascination with history and with the paranormal fuels many of her creative works. As the founder of Ghost Stories Ink, Jessica has performed paranormal investigations at a variety of reportedly haunted locations. She has written young adult fiction, middle-grade narrative nonfiction, and short stories for children and adults. She has served as a news correspondent for the wildly popular paranormal radio show Darkness Radio and on the editorial staff of FATE Magazine. She is the Assistant Regional Advisor for the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators in Minnesota. She lives in Minnesota with her husband and three children. For more about Jessica and her books, visit jessicafreeburg.com. Natalie Fowler has been fascinated by ghost stories since she was a little girl. Once a practicing attorney, now Natalie does freelance editorial work and writes her own stories. She is a staff editor for FATE Magazine and Galde Press. Natalie is a self-proclaimed research geek and could easily spend hours in the library with dusty old books. She is a paranormal investigator for Ghost Stories Ink, a group of authors and illustrators who go on ghost hunts for creative inspiration. Natalie co-edited the group's first anthology, Night Visions, a collection of short stories inspired by their paranormal investigations. For more about Natalie, visit NatalieFowler.com.