Buy The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsin’s Werewolf by Godfrey, Linda S. (ISBN: 9780996263054) from Amazon's Book Store. Book Description Dystel & Goderich Literary Management 10/2/2015, 2015. Not a repeat but a companion to and continuation of the original book. A book of all things hairy which makes for good night time reading , providing you don't go out howling yourself ! Follow-up to The Beast of Bray Road book, but twice as many pages. I enjoyed it! Bring your club to Amazon Book Clubs, start a new book club and invite your friends to join, or find a club that’s right for you for free. This story shows how simple rumors can snow-ball into the stuff of reality tv shows. The author relates the Bray Road sightings to other, similar sightings. Just what is this unknown creature? The book is also very accessible, not a boring or academic play-by-play. The Beast of Bray Road (or the Bray Road Beast) is a creature reported in 1936 and the 1990s on a rural road outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin, US. She goes about it about like I would, talking to those involved, staying openminded and curious, and having a sense of humor about it, cracking quite a few puns. The first of Linda's books on the subject. This story shows how simple rumors can snow-ball into the stuff of reality tv shows. The Beast of Bray Road is a cryptozoological, creature first reported in the 1949 on a rural road outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin. and, why did it show up where it did?. She chronicles the sightings in as much detail as possible. Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2019. Real Wolfmen: True Encounters in Modern America, Monsters Among Us: An Exploration of Otherworldly Bigfoots, Wolfmen, Portals, Phantoms, and Odd Phenomena, I Know What I Saw: Modern-Day Encounters with Monsters of New Urban Legend and Ancient Lore, The Michigan Dogman: Werewolves and Other Unknown Canines Across the U.S.A. (Unexplained Presents), American Monsters: A History of Monster Lore, Legends, and Sightings in America, Monsters of Wisconsin: Mysterious Creatures in the Badger State. Journalist Linda Godfrey dubbed the canid sensation "The Beast of Bray Road" after the location of the first reported sightings. It was labeled a Werewolf in local folklore, however most cryptozoologists have label it as a Bigfoot in order to avoid dealing with the scientific absurdities involved with werewolves. Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 7, 2016. Somewhat less well-known than the infamous “Beast of Bray Road” (which also happened to be the title of Linda’s first book on the subject) is a near-identical beast that happens to lurk in the wilds of Michigan. We work hard to protect your security and privacy. Linda Godfrey has presented this seminal work on the alleged wolfman-like creature known as the Beast of Bray Road. I like reading this type book, but the plot was a little weak for my taste. Please try your request again later. In 1936, a large, bipedal creature was sighted alon She reminds me a bit of myself in her diligent and thoughtful investigation into the Beast. Linda S. Godfrey, the newspaper reporter who broke the story of the Bray Road Beast back in 1991, has written a book on the topic. - The Beast of Bray Road - Paranormal at BellaOnline The Bray Road Beast (286) IMDb 5.3 1 h 6 min 2020 13+ In the early 1990's a rural Wisconsin community called Elkhorn was at the center of a series of real-life werewolf sightings. More recent sightings in the 1980s and 1990s, place the creature in Racine, Walworth and Jefferson Counties. There are people in Wisconsin (where the movie takes place) who claim to have seen a Bigfoot-like creature, only not Bigfoot. Reviewed in the United States on January 14, 2021. I saw the author and book on some paranormal show on TV and I was very impressed with her low-key presentation, so I decided to support this journalist/author and get the book. There was a problem loading your book clubs. Please try again. I might add that her sources are vetted. Please try again. I'm glad I did. A very well written book about the Beast of Bray Road. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. It is worth reading. Please try again. I actually purchased it last and have all her others. It is, in a very loose sense, based on an allegedly true story. The Beast of Bray Road, also known as the Bray Road Beast, is a fascinating cryptid that has been spotted multiple times in Elkhorn, Wisconsin, since the 1930s. but some of the support material is less interesting than the wolf sighting related material. Linda Godfrey, in this book, does a great job of trying to remain impartial and present all the known facts of famous werewolf sightings as well as present the various theories to explain them. The author told the story of lycanthropy both in and around her local town objectively without offering any opinions of its origins, nature or existence. - The Beast of Bray Road - Paranormal at BellaOnline A very well written book about the Beast of Bray Road. “In the early 1990’s a rural Wisconsin community called Elkhorn was at the center of a series of real-life werewolf sightings. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsin’s Werewolf, Dystel & Goderich Literary Management (October 2, 2015). Reviewed in the United States on February 1, 2016. The Beast of Bray Road is a creature reported in 1936 on a rural road outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin. Beast of Bray Road - Beast of Bray Road - The Beast of Bray Road (or the Bray Road Beast) is a cryptid, or cryptozoological, creature first reported in the 1949 on a rural road outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin. Beast of Bray Road courtesy Cryptidz.wikia A hairy humanoid with canine features, the Beast of Bray Road, has been sighted in Wisconsin dating back to 1936 on a rural road outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin. Throughout her book she touches on many possible explanations for the Beast of Bray Road, keeping the reader in the "what if" frame of mind the whole way, no matter how fantastic the suggestion may be. Sean reports on the theory of the dogman. There's a problem loading this menu right now. The author also entertains other sighting and myths from around the world to make a complete cycle about legendary creatures based on local folklore and myths. A werewolf in Wisconsin? Just what is this unknown creature? It's really more of an anthropological story than a scary one and it reminded me a bit of Frazier's "The Golden Bough" which is a famous study of myth and it's place in human social structures. This book is easily at its best when Godfrey is recounting the various sightings of the "Beast of Bray Road" and also the correlation with similar sightings of the "Michigan Dog Man". If you are interested in the Bray Road creature (or cryptids in general), her book would probably be worth checking out. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 7, 2016. Now, exchange his Aquaman outfit for a werewolf outfit – it works, right? Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsin's Werewolf (Ohio). Skip to main content.in Hello, Sign in. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. She reminds me a bit of myself in her diligent and thoughtful investigation into the Beast. “beware the beast of bray road” The Beast of Bray Road is a cryptozoological, creature first reported in the 1949 on a rural road outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. She has done the reporters' base line job of finding out who-what-when-where-and-how in very capable fashion. Please try again. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. High quality Beast Of Bray Road gifts and merchandise. Werewolves and I go way back. I believe it's real. Entertaining and a bit educational as well! Okay, picture Jason Momoa. These new titles such as J. Coleman's "Strange Highways" and L. Godfrey's "The Beast of Bray Road" has given its reader's and cryptozoology buff's new hope for the new millennium. I saw the author and book on some paranormal show on TV and I was very impressed with her low-key presentation, so I decided to support this journalist/author and get the book. A most enjoyable and entertaining read, "The Beast of Bray Road" has changed my belief in the paranormal! but some of the support material is less interesting than the wolf sighting related material. She lays out the path of this bizarre phenomenon in great detail. As a journalist, that very word would send me on a thrilling chase possibly around the world. The book is also very accessible, not a boring or academic play-by-play. Reviewed in the United States on October 21, 2020. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Please try again. In "The Beast of Bray Road" Linda Godfrey has done an excellent job of presenting the historical overview of these odd happenings around Elkhorn and Delavan, Wisconsin. The author relates the Bray Road sightings to other, similar sightings. Well done. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 3, 2015. After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages you are interested in. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 31, 2017, Interesting analytical look at strange phenomenon. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Her series of articles later became a book titled “The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsin’s Werewolf.” The beast has been described as something resembling “Big Foot,” and it weighs anywhere from 400 to 700 pounds. Now that Hazel’s Heart – The Willoughby Witches (Book Two) is out, I thought we might want to talk about the Beast of Bray Road. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations, Select the department you want to search in. Two decades and hundreds of nationwide sightings of similar creatures later, no one has ever proven whether the beast is a flesh-and-blood canine or will-o-the-wisp, demon dog, or a magical werewolf. Its name: The Michigan Dogman. A fun and interesting read that will make you think twice about wandering the woods at night...or sometimes during the day. She just relayed the experiences of eye witnesses without ridicule. The author told the story of lycanthropy both in and around her local town objectively without offering any opinions of its origins, nature or existence. I hope she'll keep us updated when other recent and future events come to light. The Beast of Bray Road (or the Bray Road Beast) is a creature reported in 1936 and the 1990s on a rural road outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin, US.The same label has been applied to other sightings from southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois.. Bray Road is a quiet rural road near the community of Elkhorn. Unable to add item to List. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Reviewed in the United States on July 11, 2016. The character is based on an urban legend about a werewolf or bear-like creature reportredly seen in the forests off Bray Road in Elkhorn , Wisconsin during the late 1980s and early 1990s . Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2020. It's obvious that Ms. Godfrey has done her research on the topic! The same label has been applied to other sightings from southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. It's obvious that Ms. Godfrey has done her research on the topic! Brief content visible, double tap to read full content. It may be hard to believe, but many people over many years have reported seeing a man/wolf creature that is called the Beast of Bray Road or the Bray Road Beast. She also noted that even though the car's headlights were pointed ahead down the roadway, the creature's eyes glowed with a yellowish color, just like an animal's will do when reflected car lights. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Bray Road was a typical wolfie book that was average for a scare plot, suspense and some terror, but was a little on the weak side to keep me glued reading until I finished. I couldn't put it down and have already read through it again. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. Strange sightings of an abnormally large wolf-like creature in the rural mid-west are the topic of this episode of Unconventional. The facts are presented and it's left to the reader to decide, do you believe, or not? Based on actual accounts of werewolf sightings in Walworth County, Wisconsin, the film follows a local sheriff who is finally forced to accept that a string of horrifying deaths is linked to a predator which possesses DNA of both man and wolf. There have been many theories on the Beast of Bray Road, some of which include… The beast is actually a new breed of wild dog; It is a cryptid named the Shunka Warakin (a wolf-like or hyena beast) It is the waheela (a massive prehistoric wolf) It is a skinwalker from Native American legend The animal is described as a hairy, wolf-like animal that walks on its muscular hind legs. The Beast of Bray Road, real name Kelly, is a fictional werewolf character featured in the 2005 horror film The Beast of Bray Road, directed by Leigh Scott. No answers yet, but stay tuned, (as they used to say) there will be more. It's really more of an anthropological story than a scary one and it reminded me a bit of Frazier's "The Golden Bough" which is a famous study of myth and it's place in human social structures. THE BEAST OF BRAY ROAD was written and directed by Leigh Scott (aka Leigh Slawner: FRANKENSTEIN REBORN, KING OF THE LOST WORLD, DRACULA'S CURSE). Get your copy of this story! The Beast of Bray Road is a hairy humanoid with canine features that was sighted near the towns of Delavan and Elkhorn in Wisconsin, mainly during the 1990s. We work hard to protect your security and privacy. Prime Cart. Book. Okay, picture Jason Momoa. Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2020. Reviewed in the United States on October 21, 2020. I actually purchased it last and have all her others. As I mentioned earlier, this is the book to read if you'd like a primer on the Beast of Bray Road and a clue to what's going on in Wisconsin. A fun and interesting read that will make you think twice about wandering the woods at night...or sometimes during the day. The Beast of Bray Road is also known as Dog Man, Man Dog, or Werewolf The first sighting of this creature was in 1936 The most recent sightings were between 1989-1991 near Delavan and Elkhorn Wisconsin. She would also go on to write in numerous books about the Beast of Bray Road, assuring the Bray Road Beasts place in the history of the strange monsters that at times, seem to be everywhere. Inspired designs on t-shirts, posters, stickers, home decor, and more by independent artists and designers from around the world. Reviewed in the United States on May 13, 2015. Full content visible, double tap to read brief content. A very through review of the events that created the "werewolf" saga and Linda Godfrey's current rise to national notice. Not only has she compiled an in-depth chronology of the events and sightings, but she is someone who actually communicated with witnesses. As a local reporter, Linda Godfrey, began her investigation into the “Beast of Bray Road,” and other reports from around the county. On one country road outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin, called Bray Road, there have been sightings of a werewolf-type beast, since 1936, with a rash of sightings beginning in the late 1980s. This will touch off an incredible search still going on, to find what ever it was. The Bray Road Beast is the 7th documentary feature from Seth Breedlove and the filmmakers at Small Town Monsters. it reportly lives in Wisconsin and Michigan. Follow-up to The Beast of Bray Road book, but twice as many pages. [*] Bray Road is a country road in Elkhorn, Wisconsin where the beast was first seen. Like Doris Gipson, she Though a skeptic of theories other than an undiscovered animal, the analysis does delve into some more fanciful ideas. These include the infamous Michigan Dogman and others. There was an error retrieving your Wish Lists. Not a repeat but a companion to and continuation of the original book. With Lyle Blackburn, Linda S. Godfrey, Jay Bachochin, Larry Bray. The animal is described as a hairy, wolf-like animal that walks on its muscular hind legs. She doesn't put on airs as a "paranormal expert" and makes her affection for her community clear. Top subscription boxes – right to your door, © 1996-2020, Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. These include the infamous Michigan Dogman and others. So, the people she presents and who had the wolf encounters, are truthful as best she can ascertain. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsin's Werewolf (Ohio). Because of this, The Beast of Bray Road is THE book on the sightings. Paperback or Softback. A very well written book about the Beast of Bray Road. Our payment security system encrypts your information during transmission. As local reporter, Linda Godfrey, began her investigations into the "Beast of Bray Road". Elkhorn, Wisconsin is known for the legend of the Beast of Bray Road, a wolf-like creature that walks upright and has been the subject of numerous frightening encounters dating back to the late 1980s. The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsin's Werewolf (Ohio) - Kindle edition by Godfrey, Linda S.. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. These new titles such as J. Coleman's "Strange Highways" and L. Godfrey's "The Beast of Bray Road" has given its reader's and cryptozoology buff's new hope for the new millennium. Full content visible, double tap to read brief content. The Beast of Bray Road is an American horror film of the werewolf subgenre. After the release of that book, she wrote the work that she’s best known for, The Beast of Bray Road: Trailing Wisconsin’s Werewolf. After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages you are interested in. There was an error retrieving your Wish Lists. Because of this, The Beast of Bray Road is THE book on the sightings. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Chilling horror tale, based on actual accounts of sightings in Wisconsin, of a serial predator whose gruesome evidence shows both human and wolf DNA. Entertaining and a bit educational as well! Now that Hazel’s Heart – The Willoughby Witches (Book Two) is out, I thought we might want to talk about the Beast of Bray Road. The facts are presented and it's left to the reader to decide, do you believe, or not? This is where it all started, a report of a dogman along Bray road. Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2019. I really enjoyed this look into not just a mystery but into a community as well. It is worth reading. Some view this creature as supernatural and possessing the ability to shape shift While others see it as a… The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsin's Werewolf (Ohio) - Kindle edition by Godfrey, Linda S.. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Get your copy of this story! She doesn't put on airs as a "paranormal expert" and makes her affection for her community clear. A very through review of the events that created the "werewolf" saga and Linda Godfrey's current rise to national notice. Bray Road is a quiet rural road near the community of Elkhorn. Reviewed in the United States on May 13, 2015. The same label has been applied to other sightings from southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. Our payment security system encrypts your information during transmission. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations, Select the department you want to search in, $12.41 Shipping & Import Fees Deposit to France. With Jeff Denton, Thomas Downey, Sarah Lieving, Joel Ezra Hebner. Help others learn more about this product by uploading a video! I haven’t read Ms. Godfrey’s book, but she was interviewed for the Travel Channel documentary. The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsin's Werewolf: Amazon.in: Godfrey, Linda S.: Books. Real Wolfmen: True Encounters in Modern America, Monsters Among Us: An Exploration of Otherworldly Bigfoots, Wolfmen, Portals, Phantoms, and Odd Phenomena, I Know What I Saw: Modern-Day Encounters with Monsters of New Urban Legend and Ancient Lore, The Michigan Dogman: Werewolves and Other Unknown Canines Across the U.S.A. (Unexplained Presents), American Monsters: A History of Monster Lore, Legends, and Sightings in America, Monsters of Wisconsin: Mysterious Creatures in the Badger State. I couldn't put it down and I doubt you will either. I'm glad I did. A book of all things hairy which makes for good night time reading , providing you don't go out howling yourself ! The author did a good job balancing between the credulous and the incredible. Seller Inventory # … Just like other werewolf books by Ms. Godfrey, it's well-written and informative. It was an enjoyable read and I especially liked the part about the animal control office labeling his manila folder with the noun, "Werewolf". I really enjoyed this look into not just a mystery but into a community as well. Condition: New. The Beast of Bray Road aka The Elkhorn Dogman is arguably one of America’s most infamous cases of something that looks like a real werewolf. Now, exchange his Aquaman outfit for a werewolf outfit – it works, right? Ms. Godfrey takes on a journey through all the sightings, and their effects on the participants. The Beast of Bray Road - This adventure is based on actual cryptid encounters in Elkhorn, WI. As I mentioned earlier, this is the book to read if you'd like a primer on the Beast of Bray Road and a clue to what's going on in Wisconsin. The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsin's Werewolf by Linda S. Godfrey (2015-10-02). The Beast of Bray Road is a creature that is said to live in the wilderness near, you guessed it, Bray Road, which is located just outside of a small town … A hairy humanoid with canine features, the Beast of Bray Road, has been sighted in Wisconsin dating back to 1936 on a rural road outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin. Linda S. Godfrey, the newspaper reporter who broke the story of the Bray Road Beast back in 1991, has written a book on the topic. While there are Native American accounts of encounters with a creature much like the Bray Road Beast, the first modern report of the beast came in 1936. I couldn't put it down and I doubt you will either. There was a problem loading your book clubs. AbeBooks.com: The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsin’s Werewolf (9780996263054) by Godfrey, Linda S. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices. Dystel & Goderich Literary Management (January 1, 1855). This was a most humorous, intelligent and well-researched approach to the story of the famed Beast of Bray Road. Ms. Godfrey takes on a journey through all the sightings, and their effects on the participants. As with their other releases, The Bray Road Beast focuses on the folklore and mystery surrounding North America’s numerous cryptozoological creatures; creatures rumored by many to exist, but for which there is no concrete evidence. Just like other werewolf books by Ms. Godfrey, it's well-written and informative. You're listening to a sample of the Audible audio edition. Reviewed in the United States on February 1, 2016. The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsin's Werewolf. Unable to add item to List. Though a skeptic of theories other than an undiscovered animal, the analysis does delve into some more fanciful ideas. The author also entertains other sighting and myths from around the world to make a complete cycle about legendary creatures based on local folklore and myths. This is where it all started, a report of a dogman along Bray road. The author did a good job balancing between the credulous and the incredible. She just relayed the experiences of eye witnesses without ridicule. For the Complete Story of the "Beast of Bray Road", see the book and Website from Linda Godfrey! On all fours, the beast is 4 feet tall, and standing on two legs, it is as much as 7 feet, according to Godfrey’s book. Top subscription boxes – right to your door, © 1996-2020, Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. Directed by Leigh Scott. I enjoyed it! Directed by Seth Breedlove. She goes about it about like I would, talking to those involved, staying openminded and curious, and having a sense of humor about it, cracking quite a few puns. Please try your request again later. She chronicles the sightings in as much detail as possible.
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