Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Werewolf Hunter Linda Godfrey: On The Radio

This just in: Linda Godfrey, author of the books The Beast of Bray Road and Hunting the American Werewolf, will be the guest on this Thursday's edition of the AARF Radio show (click here for all the details re the time of the show, where to listen in, chat room info, etc).

This is one not to miss!

As the publicity blurb for the show says:

A professional artist, teacher, writer, and mother of two, Linda S. Godfrey has carved a niche for herself as one of the most respected authorities on anomalous animals and paranormal phenomenon in Wisconsin.

As the acknowledged expert on the creature knows as “The Beast of Bray Road,” Godfrey has been interviewed on a plethora of television networks and programs that deal with bizarre creatures, such as Inside Edition, Sightings, Animal Planet, Discovery Kids and the Sci-Fi Channel. Godfrey has also been featured on AMC’s expos’e of the realities behind the werewolf film “Underworld” entitled “Fang vs. Fiction” and has recently been working with an Australian team producing a show for the Discovery Channel.

As a journalist, Godfrey was the first to break the story of a terrifying, werewolf-like monstrosity lurking in the shadow shrouded forests surrounding Elkhorn, Wisconsin’s Bray Road. Since then she has gone on to author three books, "The Beast of Bray Road, Tailing Wisconsin's Werewolf," "Weird Wisconsin, Your Travel Guide to Wisconsin's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets,” (co-authored by Richard Hendricks) and "The Poison Widow, a True Story of Sin, Strychnine and Murder."

Godfrey has continued to pursue her interests in the unknown and has gone on to investigate an array of unusual animals allegedly lurking in her home state. Next on her slate is the forthcoming "Beyond Bray Road," which will continue her chronicle of this nefarious creature’s exploits with numerous additional sightings and encounters as well as further exploration of possible explanations for the so-called “wolfman” phenomenon.

For more information on the work of Linda S. Godfrey visit http://www.cnb-scene.com/

Tune in and interact with us! www.blogtalkradio.com/theaarfshow 10pm eastern time Thursday night. See you there!

Bob Hipp

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