Strange Minnesota Monsters ePUB Ô Strange Minnesota

Strange Minnesota Monsters[BOOKS] ⚣ Strange Minnesota Monsters Author Christopher S. Larsen – Varanus.us In Minnesota eye witnesses claim to have seen Bigfoot in Two Harbors, Wendigos in Roseau, lake monsters in Lake Pepin, Mothman near Rochester, trolls in Cannon Falls, and a musically inclined purple d In Minnesota eye witnesses claim to have seen Bigfoot in Two Harbors, Wendigos in Roseau, lake monsters in Lake Pepin, Mothman near Rochester, trolls in Cannon Falls, and a musically inclined purple dwarf, formally known as Prince, in Minneapolis Search for them, and find shadow creatures lurking in homes in Richfield read about prowling panthers along the Minnesota River, near Bloomington, and learn about giants tromping around Bemidji These are some of the frightening creatures that grace the state of Strange Minnesota Kindle - Minnesota Look closely for them if you dare , but be ready to run.

Strange Minnesota Monsters ePUB Ô Strange Minnesota
  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Strange Minnesota Monsters
  • Christopher S. Larsen
  • English
  • 10 January 2019
  • 0764335987

    10 thoughts on “Strange Minnesota Monsters ePUB Ô Strange Minnesota


  1. says:

    Even as books investigating mythical and unexplainable local beasts go, this one was sillier andephemeral than most There isn t much substance to any of the entries, which are mostly rambling accounts that don t really go anywhere Many are drawn wholesale from other sources, often random websites, poorly sourced and of questionable provenance, and things mostly came across as hokey Beginning with a fictionalized first person account of an encounter, the author discusses the specific Even as books investigating mythical and unexplainable local beasts go, this one was sillier andephemeral than most There isn t much substance to any of the entries, which are mostly rambling accounts that don t really go anywhere Many are drawn wholesale from other sources, often random websites, poorly sourced and of questionable provenance, and things mostly came across as hokey Beginning with a fictionalized first person account of an encounter, the author discusses the specific beast a little and often goes on a fact finding mission of his own, generally running through the woods Seems fun, but not that interesting The included monsters range from, well, sometimes there s a mountain lion or a grizzly bear sighting in Minnesota and we don t see those animals too often, to I read this really weird story online about wizards in International Falls, to heck, Paul Bunyan counts as a giant, right The windigo account was particularly bad, being taken basically from one weird, probably tongue in cheek late 90s early 00s vintage gaming occult website that uses the phrase ia Windigo, an obvious reference to the Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game, dropped without comment The art was laughable as well, drawn apparently from creative common image libraries making for some truly bizarre artist renderings In the end, there s little to recommend Strange Minnesota Monsters even for a person looking for fun monster lore about the weird, weird state of Minnesota


  2. says:

    The Northwood s of Minnesota offers the perfect setting for creatures, including those unexplained Christopher tells some of these tales in this paranormal book This book has many interesting and unusual tales of unexplained monsters in Minnesota.In addition to the many Bigfoot sightings, he tells tales of giants, bringing to mind the famous Paul Bunyan But he also tells of trolls and strange little purple dwarf like beings In this book is the infamous story of The Mothman , who was seen The Northwood s of Minnesota offers the perfect setting for creatures, including those unexplained Christopher tells some of these tales in this paranormal book This book has many interesting and unusual tales of unexplained monsters in Minnesota.In addition to the many Bigfoot sightings, he tells tales of giants, bringing to mind the famous Paul Bunyan But he also tells of trolls and strange little purple dwarf like beings In this book is the infamous story of The Mothman , who was seen in the Rochester, Minnesota area.Photos accompany some of the stories, both adding to and explaining some of the tales Yet some actually add to the mystery of the story A drawing of a lake monster reported to having been seen, offers consideration to Lake Pepin s legendary creature Christopher recalls The Ice Man of the 1960s 1970s Thought to have been a missing link , the Ice Man was studied and much discussed A fake model was created and shown widely in demonstrations and shows The real Ice Man was hidden away, out of fear of possible laws and legal repercussions.Other odd creatures and legends of the dark nights of the Northwood s of Minnesota are written about by Christopher Larsen in this fascinating book For those who cannot resist legend and lore, and things that go bump in the nightor perhaps howldo not miss Strange Minnesota Monsters


  3. says:

    Most chapters seem to start with a fictional story based on the monster under discussion, followed by poorly documented eye witness account, and a humorous, keystone cop monster hunt by the author You can skip this book Also, full of grammatical errors Didn t anyone proofread this


  4. says:

    i haven t looked at it yet

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