Hi gang. Just a quick note on MotW. I’ve decided the change the creative direction from Sci-Fi/Classic Monsters/50s B-Movie theme, to modern Halloween. Why? Well, I couldn’t get into the former one. It was a struggle to make new posts. Now, Halloween, that’s something I can do all year long with joy and abandon….
On April 15th, Nick Redfern stopped by to discuss his new book, Monsters of the Deep, which focuses on sea, lake and river monsters.
Hi gang! I’ll interview Nick Redfern, the world’s leading cryptzoologist, on Mystic Moon Radio on April 15th, 2020 at 7 PM PT. Check it out:
Hi gang! On April 1st, I got to host an episode on werewolves at Mystic Moon Cafe Radio. Check it out!
Monstrous squids and octopi lurk in the depths of the ocean, waiting for a passenger ship. Then their slithering tentacles breach the surface and feast on screaming tourists.
I’ll post again the week of March 23rd. Take care!
Mad scientists have a knack for creating monsters. Some help out but most destroy major cities and kill a lot of people. Not every one on this list has smashed Tokyo, but they were all created through mad uses of science.
Let’s take a look at what motivates a scientist or genius to go a little crazy. You do know there’s a link between genius and madness, right?
Genius has a dark side. Sometimes, it’s madness. In other cases, reason and logic overrule their hearts, and they make their test subjects suffer. Get the scoop on the next series from Monsters On The Web.
It takes more than a shovel to the head to stop mummies. Well, that actually depends on the type of mummy. Find their weaknesses and how to protect yourself after the jump.