Success can be defined as the accomplishment of an aim or achieving what you set out to do. Dustin Teudhope has certainly been successful at what he has set out to do in the forest. After encountering a big hairy predator traveling in a bipedal manner through the woods he was hunting, he made it his mission to get video footage of the animals, and he actually accomplished it. Now he has his sights on helping the rest of the world achieve similar success. In this book, he provides his methods, ideas, opinions, and beliefs about the real animal monsters that he named bewerearillas. He also hopes to bring a drastic decrease to the dreadful missing people phenomena that has been plaguing our national forest and park wilderness areas. He believes that the more people who are aware of these woodland monsters that truly are lurking around out there, the less people will disappear. Bottom line is that he wants to help more people choose to believe, so Dustin decided to provide advice for people to go out and find evidence of their own. This book definitely sheds light on a dark and eerie subject, but it will also warm your heart if you let it.
"'What the hell is a Dogman? That cannot be real!' This was my reaction when I first heard . . . [a] podcast back in October of 2018. Believe me, I actually laughed for several weeks when the topic of Dogman crossed my mind. It was that unbelievable to me. So . . . What is a Dogman? Is it real? There is no clear definition of a Dogman. Wikipedia does not even directly reference it, although there are pages for Werewolf, Beast of Bray Road, and Michigan Dogman. My best definition is that a Dogman is essentially a creature, flesh and blood and/or spiritual - depending on the interpretation, which looks like a wolf or dog, can walk on two legs like a man, is scary, and can be dangerous as Hell. Think: Lon Chaney, Jr. in 'The Wolf Man' (1941) or Hugh Jackman in 'Van Helsing' (2004). Either way, monsters are apparently real." (From Chapter I) Dogman is nature's greatest cryptid, and this work examines why. Are you ready to take the journey with me?
They look like werewolves, but are they? They stand six-feet tall, are covered in fur, and possess both a wolf-like head and the ability to walk upright. Whatever one chooses to call them werewolf, dogman or manwolf an astonishing number of witnesses across the U.S.A. have encountered these creatures on roadsides, in the woods, and near their own homes. They swear the unknown canines are as menacing as they are real. And if these creatures aren't werewolves, what could they be? In her third book about this continuing mystery, author and investigator Linda Godfrey takes readers on a state-by-state creature hunt, exploring many new and shocking reports and leaving no bone unturned in her search for the beast's true nature.
Kay Weston, crime reporter, has uncovered a CIA drug smuggling operation but her newspaper refuses to print it without further corroboration. Determined to expose the operation, she moves to a secluded retreat to write the story on her own. Shortly after encountering an enigmatic loner who shares a nearby cave with a pack of dogs, she has a series of bizarre incidents with digital clocks that beckon her to look at them whenever it is 11:11 AM or 11:11 PM. Suddenly, she becomes the target of unknown killers.
What does it take to become an Iditarod champion? Join mushing legend Martin Buser as he reveals his life's journey in candid and action-packed detail. Buser's story of self-discovery takes the reader with him on the adventures, misadventures, and lessons learned from his devoted relationship with canine friends. This riveting narrative shows what it means to be a real "dog man," but it also serves as a stirring tribute to the spirit of the Alaskan Husky.
“God, why did you give me the wrong father?” That’s the question Lynn asks about the purveyor of the finest Chicago-style hot dogs that the city has ever known. Routinely sheathed with absurdly darkened and unnaturally tough, sun-burnt skin from long hours spent outside, Sam is impossible to understand. While he’s sometimes charming, he drinks, argues, and can be downright mean. Even so, as Lynn looks back at her childhood, she yearns to inhale the stark aroma of scorched red hots and spicy tamales her father habitually dressed and adored, selling them by the hundreds every night. And there’s nothing she wouldn’t pay to truly understand any one of her father’s exasperating secrets. But money won’t help Lynn unravel the mysteries surrounding Sam—she can only do that by surrendering her painful relationship with her father to God. Through that simple act, she’s finally able to understand, love, and forgive her father. Filled with gut-wrenching prose, glorious scents, and sounds and sights unique to Chicago, the story of Sam is the ultimate tale of faith, family, and forgiveness.
A 66-year old woman takes a solo trip across America for ten months. Over one hundred pictures and her personal perspective make up the book, plus lots of tips for others. Appendix includes route and recommendations of places to stay and things to see.
Dog Man is the crime-biting canine who is part dog, part man, and ALL hero! This three-book boxed set includes the fourth, fifth, and sixth books in the Dog Man series: Dog Man and Cat Kid, Dog Man: Lord of the Fleas, and Dog Man: Brawl of the Wild. Dav Pilkey's wildly popular Dog Man series appeals to readers of all ages and explores universally positive themes, including empathy, kindness, persistence, and the importance of being true to one's self.
Religion by Paul Dale Roberts & Deanna Jaxine Stinson
Join HPI International(Halo Paranormal Investigations)as they take you on their adventures investigating all types of paranormal activity. From Bali to Boston, you will be on a paranormal roller coaster that you will not soon forget!
Standing in a burnt out part of the sprawling city under skies that were threatening the worst snowstorm seen in years, Allison Mayweather faces the toughest decision of her sheltered life. She could stay with her captors, men who had taken her and her daughter by force from their home, or go with a stranger who, from the alleyway between two buildings, was beckoning to her, promising her safety. Could this man really help or was he just another predator? Like he did most days, he was just drifting through the city, killing time, being a silent witness. Day by day, his compassion, stolen from him not long ago, was slowly being rekindled. When he beckoned to the woman and girl he he wasn't thinking, he just acted. Could he lead them to safety? Was he even ready to care?
Howl with laughter with the FIFTH book in the hilarious full-colour illustrated series, Dog Man, from the creator of Captain Underpants! When a new bunch of baddies bust up the town, Dog Man is called into action -- and this time he isn't alone. With a cute kitten and a remarkable robot by his side, our heroes must save the day by joining forces with an unlikely ally: Petey, the World's Most Evil Cat. But can the villainous Petey avoid vengeance and venture into virtue? Dav Pilkey's wildly popular Dog Man series appeals to readers of all ages and explores universally positive themes, including: empathy, kindness, persistence, and the importance of being true to one's self. Full colour pages throughout. OTHER BOOKS IN THE SERIES Dog Man (book 1) Dog Man: Unleashed (book 2) Dog Man: A Tale of Two Kitties (book 3) Dog Man and Cat Kid (book 4) Dog Man: Brawl of the Wild (book 6) Dog Man: For Whom the Ball Rolls (book 7) Dog Man: Fetch-22 (book 8)
James Anderson heads home to bury his father. While there he gets a visitor that gives him a choice, live or die. Based on the idea of Cmsix time travel stories from Stories on Line. This is book 1 of the Traveling Science Project.
A young woman mourning the deaths of her husband and sons, victims of urban violence, Kassima finds redemption in a love affair with the gentle Robert Jones and in a collection of photographs, taken by her late, eccentric tenant, that document a half-century of African-American history. Tour.
People have begun to mysteriously vanish inside an isolated town in the Canadian wilderness, and the monster fighting Regulators volunteer to accompany a famous Sasquatch researcher into the forest in search of answers. They weren’t expecting to find anything, but they did. Soon, the Regulators find themselves fighting for their lives as the Tribe proves that the forest belongs to them.
The 10th Dog Man adventure from the worldwide bestselling author and artist Dav Pilkey. You'll howl with laughter! Dav Pilkey's wildly popular Dog Man series appeals to readers of all ages and explores universally positive themes, including empathy, kindness, persistence, and the importance of doing good.
Homicide cop Bobby Dunston's daughter has been kidnapped, taken in broad daylight on a city street in the middle of September. The kidnappers demand a million dollars and force Dunston to get the ransom from his friend Mac McKenzie. It soon becomes apparent to the two of them that one of the kidnappers is childhood pal Scottie, a once aspiring drummer now gone astray, and that the kidnapping is payback for "crimes" committed in their past. McKenzie, former cop and now unlicensed P.I., handles the ransom drop-off and the child is returned safely. But Scottie is found dead---brutally murdered---and someone has taken out an open contract on McKenzie, using his own money to pay for it. Dodging attempts on his life from assassins of all shapes and sizes, McKenzie now has precious little time to uncover the mastermind behind it all if he's going to survive. Madman on a Drum is another thrilling entry in David Housewright's hard-boiled mystery series.