This Thursday, July 23, tune into Coast to Coast am
http://www.coasttocoastam.comto listen as I attempt to remain coherent for 3 hours with George Noory discussing strange creatures and odd phenomena such as Green Glow and the Gable Film 2. Lots’ o coffee, lots o’ Red Bull.
Archive for July, 2009
Posted in celebrities, strange creatures, TV, Uncategorized, tagged beast of bray road, conspiracy month, creature, dogman, fox news, gable film, michigan dogman, monster, sean hannity, werewolf on July 7, 2009| 5 Comments »
It was really hard to choose a category for this post. Is the Beast of Bray Road a celebrity just because it’s being featured on Sean Hannity’s Fox News Channel show this Friday (9-midnight Eastern time)? That’s a toughie, but the creature IS going to be on national TV, so I finally chose the “celebrities, TV, movies” label. However, there have been so many clips of the late Michael Jackson looking werewolfish in his “Thriller” video this past week that the real-life incidents described on Fox may seem tame by comparison.
The six-minute segment will include yours truly and witnesses Steven Krueger and Katie Zahn. Krueger is the former DNR roadkill remover contractor who had a deer carcass nabbed from his truckbed by a 7-foot tall wolf-headed creature in 2006 near Holy Hill, north of Milwaukee. Zahn has been seen on H.C.’s “Monsterquest” episode, “American Werewolf” where she passed a polygraph test on her encounter with multiple Manwolves in southern Rock County.
It also will examine that controversial Gable Film my friend Steve Cook has so thoroughly explored and now opened to everyone as a “creative release.” I have not seen this on any other national program.
Hannity sent producer Tim Rhodes to Elkhorn just ahead of a big thunderstorm in late June and managed to film us in the Kettle Moraine State Forest, grab a few b-roll shots of Bray Road, and then flee the approaching “scattered tornadoes” local weather guys were predicting, all in one day.
He promised us a fair treatment, and seemed genuinely interested in the strange fact that hundreds of people around the US and world claim to have seen what looks like a huge, intelligent wolf walking,kneeling, or running on its hind legs. Open-minded curiosity…always a good sign.