Friday, December 19, 2008

Ken Gerhard: Monster Hunter

This is a bit last-minute, but I just now got it from Eric Altman and Sean Forker:

You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout I'm telling you why, Monster Hunter is coming to BTE Radio.

Join us tonight for our 2008 Christmas Special as Sean Forker and Eric Altman welcome "The Monster Hunter" from Texas Ken Gerhard.

Ken 41 years old is a professional monster hunter. That's right... he investigate reports of Bigfoot, the Chupacabras, gigantic winged creatures and other mysterious beasts.

His idea of a good time is stalking through the woods at night with my shotgun, dressed in leather and wearing eyeliner.

As a cryptozoologist/paranormal researcher, he has appeared on the TV series Monster Quest and also the show Legend Hunters. In addition, he has written an important book titled - Big Bird! Modern Sightings of Flying Monsters, which chronicles decades of encounters with a monstrous flying animal reported throughout south Texas.

Ken lives for adventure. Ken has had the very good fortune to travel around the world, to twenty-six different countries and visit many mysterious places - from Loch Ness, to Stonehenge, to the Amazon jungle... from Machu Pichu, to the Galapagos Islands, Australia, Thailand and Tunisia.

Ken also likes to unwind and relax.

He is the lead singer for the acts Bozo P. Circus, Bamboo Crisis and Flowers & Machines. As such, He's toured and performed hundreds of concerts throughout North America, opening for almost every notable industrial band and even Motley Crue. Ken has sung live for the super-group Pigface and have written songs that made the national charts.

Don't forget Scott Hackenslash will be with us at 9:00 pm est. for the latest Beyond The Edge Movie News and Reviews...

We invite you to join us tonight for our Christmas Special on BTE Radio....

So you better be good for goodness sake, "The Monster Hunter" is coming to Beyond The Edge Radio this Friday night 9 pm est.

Lock your doors, open your minds and join us if you dare.

Eric Altman and Sean Forker

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