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Wildman of Kentucky
By Philip Spencer

The Wildman of Kentucky

The Mystery of Panther Rock

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Wildman of Kentucky by Philip Spencer

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There is probably no other unknown creature that arouses more curiosity than the Bigfoot or Sasquatch. Yes, there is the Loch Ness Monster, the Chupacabra and other great beasts of lore but the Bigfoot remains the most compelling as it pulls us toward ourselves, shadowing the unknown X factor of our very origins. The case files contain thousands of reported sightings, yet no actual specimen has ever been found. Hundreds of photographs exist, but the creature has not been identified. Still, the clues accumulate year after year. In the heart of Kentucky there is an ancient and sacred ground known as Panther Rock. For many years tales of strange events have been reported but never investigated in full. Now, for the first time an intrepid group of explorers joins author, Philip Spencer to venture deep into what is known in Kentucky as the "dark and bloody ground" in search of the truth. Join Philip and the Reality Team of Special Investigators as they uncover new Bigfoot witnesses, a variety of mysterious evidence and chilling historical tales. Journey with them into the dark woods of the Frazier Land and experience the amazing paranormal and terrifying events."The Bigfoot is the eternal enigma of the modern world, if the Bigfoot is indeed real, we will have to re-think all the paradigms. " O.H. Krill, author of "Montauk Babies, the Many Lives of Al Leedskalnin" "I was asked to venture out with the Reality team as a skeptic. I had no real belief for or against Bigfoot. My experience with the team has forced me to re-think my opinions. Large human-like footprints, eerie screams and a dark forest full of mystery and wonder are enough to make anybody think twice. Now following a lot of research I have to say, hand on heart, that there simply has to be a large biped alive and thriving in many locations of the world, and that it is our own inflated self-importance which stops us from seeking out the truth. It appears to me, that Kentucky is one of those locations that holds a key to unlocking the secret of the Wildman."Philip Gardiner, author of 'The Bond Code" and "Secrets of the Serpent" "In tribal legends and in the early journals of the first settlers in Kentucky, there have always been records of "screams, unearthly, deafening, piercing screams" that echoed from the mysterious region known as the Frazier Land and particularly from the haunted Panther Rock, where some people swore that they met the devil himself. Perhaps these screams have always constituted warnings that humans were not to trespass into a domain beyond their comprehension - a domain occupied by creatures such as Bigfoot, shadow beings, and tormented spirits. These warnings were ignored by the Reality Entertainment Investigative team - who soon found themselves in a portal to another dimension that could well have taken their lives...or their sanity." Brad Steiger, author of "The Werewolf Book," "Out of the Dark" and "Monsters Among Us"

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781934588383
ISBN-10: 1934588385
Format: Paperback
(229mm x 152mm x 6mm)
Pages: 120
Imprint: Reality Press
Publisher: Reality Press
Publish Date: 30-Jul-2008
Country of Publication: United States

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