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Thursday, December 29, 2016

Book Review: Monstro Bizarro by Lyle Blackburn

I guess there will be one last book review on this blog for 2016. The book today is Lyle Blackburn's Monstro Bizarro: An Essential Manual of Mysterious Monsters. The book is part of the Rue Morgue library collection.

The book is 130 pages and includes lots on cryptids in movies, TV, and pop culture, as well as articles on cryptozoology museums, festivals, cryptids, men in black, and other things by Blackburn and others including Ken Gerhard, Nick Redfern, and David Weatherly.

This is an excellent book for those interested in cryptozoology. You can get it here.


"You've heard of Bigfoot, Yeti, the Loch Ness Monster and maybe even the menacing Mothman who once brought terror to Point Pleasant, West Virginia. But how about Ogopogo, the Mongolian Death Worm or the Bishopville Lizard Man?
"Welcome to a world of mysterious, real-life monsters, featuring a roster of cryptozoological marvels including the legendary Chupacabra, Jersey Devil, Boggy Creek Monster, Momo, Mokele-Mbembe, Real Wolfmen, Shunka Warak'in and more!
"Let author and columnist Lyle Blackburn take you on a sightseeing tour of the darkest forests, the murkiest lakes and the most sinister skies in North America and beyond, in this seventh installment of the Rue Morgue Library series.
"Plus! Cryptid Cinema, Monstrous Museums, Monster Toys, Beastly Art, Travelogues of Terror, Real Case Files, Cryptid Television, Photo Galleries and lots more!
"Also features a foreword by Blair Witch Project co-creator Eduardo Sanchez, along with contributions by Ken Gerhard, Nick Redfern, David Weatherly and others." 
Author of this post w/ Monstro Bizarro 
author Lyle Blackburn


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