Mysteries and Monsters: Episode 275 Searching For The American Dogman with Chad Lewis

Feb 12, 04:00 AM

It's December 1991 and a new reporter on the the local Elkhorn free newspaper "The Week", gets a lead on a rather unusual story. Could it really be true that a Werewolf was running around Walworth County?

What happened next has become cryptid and fortean legend as both Linda Godfrey and the Beat of Bray Road became entwined forever.

Linda's incredible body of work has inspired thousands to enter in to the worlds of the fantastical, the incredible and the sometimes frightening.

Joining me to sort the wolf from the pack and pay homage to Linda's legacy is our good friend Chad Lewis!

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Thank you to Chad for joining me once again.

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All artwork by Dean Bestall and the show was produced by Brennan Storr of the Ghost Story Guys.           

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Intro - Zombies Ate My Shotgun

Outro - Into The Night 

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