My special guest is author Lyle Blackburn who's here to discuss historical sightings of a creature known as The Fouke Monster as far back as the early 1900's. Get his book Boggy Creek Casebook: Fouke Monster Encounters 1908 to Present right now on Amazon.
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Since 1908, residents in and around the small town of Fouke, Arkansas, have reported sightings of a strange creature in their backwoods and waterways; a huge, ape-like beast that walks upright like a man. Locals call it the Fouke Monster, while others call it the Boggy Creek Monster due to its association with the cult-classic docudrama, The Legend of Boggy Creek.Now, for the first time, all the documented encounters with the famed Boggy Creek Monster have been collected in one source. Researched, compiled, and presented in chilling detail by author and Boggy Creek historian, Lyle Blackburn, these remarkable encounters offer an intriguing story of backwoods mystery that continues today. From startling roadside glimpses to frightening confrontations and mysterious footprints, the Boggy Creek Casebook is ultimate collection of Fouke Monster phenomena featuring over 90 eyewitness accounts. Read it as a standalone book or as a vital supplement to Blackburn’s acclaimed Boggy Creek series
Lyle Blackburn is a native Texan known for his work in writing, music, and film. He is the author of several acclaimed books, including "The Beast of Boggy Creek" and "Sinister Swamps," whose subject matter reflects his life-long fascination with legendary creatures and strange phenomenon. Lyle is also the founder of the rock band, Ghoultown, and narrator of documentary films such as "The Mothman of Point Pleasant" and "Boggy Creek Monster."
Lyle is a frequent guest on radio programs such as Coast To Coast AM, and has been featured on various television shows airing on Animal Planet, Destination America, Travel, Discovery Science, and Shudder. In his work with "Monsters and Mysteries in America," he served as both consulting producer and special episode host.
When Lyle isn't writing books, hunting monsters, or performing with his band, he can be found speaking at various cryptozoology conferences and horror conventions around the United States. Just look for the trademark black cowboy hat.