7 edition of The Beast of Bray Road found in the catalog.
by Prairie Oak Press
Written in English
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The Beast of Bray Road, real name Kelly, is a fictional werewolf character featured in the horror film The Beast of Bray Road, directed by Leigh Scott. The character is based on an urban legend about a werewolf or bear-like creature reportredly seen in the forests off Bray Road in Elkhorn, Wisconsin during the late s and early s. Contents[show] Biography In the film, the Beast of 1st appearance: The Beast of Bray Road (). Beast of Bray Road - Beast of Bray Road - The Beast of Bray Road (or the Bray Road Beast) is a cryptid, or cryptozoological, creature first reported in the on a rural road outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin. The same label has been applied well beyond the initial location, to any unknown creature from southern Wisconsin or northern Illinois and all the way to Vancouver Island, Canada, that is.
Beast of Bray Road. likes. The Beast of Bray Road is a cryptid, or cryptozoological creature first reported in on a rural road outside of. Since the ’s, in Southern Wisconsin, sightings of animals, half-man and half-beast, have been reported to local authorities. In her book, Werewolves: Mysteries, Legends, and Unexplained Phenomena, author Linda Godfrey, writes about some of them. According to Godfrey, the creature known as, the “Beast of Bray Road”, lives in her neighborhood.
Posts about Beast of Bray Road written by jfwknifton. I personally think that they were some kind of Superwolf which was like generally pretty much like an ordinary wolf in appearance, but with enough differences in behaviour to stand out from the rest. The Beast of Bray Road is also known as Dog Man, Man Dog, or Werewolf The first sighting of this creature was in The most recent sightings were between near Delavan and Elkhorn Wisconsin. Some view this creature as supernatural and possessing the ability to shape shift While others see it as a.
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A very well written book about the Beast of Bray Road. The author also entertains other sighting and myths from around the world to make a complete cycle about legendary creatures based on local folklore and myths.
It was an enjoyable read and I especially liked the part about the animal control office labeling his manila folder with the noun /5(56). The canid sensation was soon dubbed Beast of Bray Road, after the location of the first reported sightings. Author Linda Godfrey began investigating this story and soon found herself in the In the early s people around the small town of Elkhorn, Wisconsin, claimed to see strange, hairy, wolf-headed creatures that sometimes walked upright /5.
Beast of Bray Road has all the proper ingredients for a good horror film: a fun, fairly uncomplicated story, buckets of gore, interesting characters (a few, not too many) and a vicious monster.
In all, I can look past some of the stiff acting and bad special effects in lieu of the enjoyment the film does provide/5. Directed by Seth Breedlove. With Jay Bachochin, Lyle Blackburn. In the early 's a rural Wisconsin community called Elkhorn was at the center of a series of real-life werewolf sightings.
As local reporter, Linda Godfrey, began her investigations into the "Beast of Bray Road", other reports from around the country, and soon, the world, began flooding in/10().
Somewhat less well-known than the infamous “Beast of Bray Road” (which also happened to be the title of Linda’s first book on the subject) is a near-identical beast that happens to lurk in the wilds of Michigan.
Its name: The Michigan Dogman. It’s a strange and – for the witnesses – terrifying creature that most people would wish to. Follow-up to The Beast of Bray Road book, but twice as many pages.
Not a repeat but a companion to and continuation of the original book. Contains a large number of reports of not only wolf-headed cryptids but Bigfoot, winged things and other anomalous beasts sighted by credible witnesses through Wisconsin, neighboring states and as far east as.
Throughout her book she touches on many possible explanations for the Beast of Bray Road, keeping the reader in the "what if" frame of mind the whole way, no matter how fantastic the suggestion may be. As I mentioned earlier, this is the book to read if you'd like a primer on the Beast of Bray Road and a clue to what's going on in Wisconsin.
The Beast of Bray Road is a cryptozoological, creature first reported in the on a rural road outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin. The same label has been applied well beyond the initial location, to any unknown creature from southern Wisconsin or northern Illinois and all the way to Vancouver Island, Canada, that is described as having similar characteristics to those reported in the initial /5(5).
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The Beast of Bray Road is a hairy humanoid with canine features that was sighted near the towns of Delavan and Elkhorn in Wisconsin, mainly during the s. It was labeled a Werewolf in local folklore, however most cryptozoologists have label it as a Bigfoot in order to avoid dealing with the scientific absurdities involved with werewolves.
However, some people think that it is a cryptid. Directed by Leigh Scott. With Jeff Denton, Thomas Downey, Sarah Lieving, Joel Ezra Hebner.
Based on actual accounts of werewolf sightings in Walworth County, Wisconsin, the film follows a local sheriff who is finally forced to accept that a string of horrifying deaths is linked to a predator which possesses DNA of both man and wolf.4/10(K). The Beast of Bray Road, also known as The Bray Road Beast, is a cryptozoological creature first reported in the s on a rural road outside of Elkhorn, same label has been applied well beyond the initial location, to any unknown creature from southern Wisconsin or northern Illinois that is described as having similar characteristics to those reported in the initial set of.
The original cover of my book The Beast of Bray Road; Tailing Wisconsin’s Werewolf, for example, was created by one of D&D’s top fantasy artists, Jeff Easley, who painted the image based on his interpretation “just for fun.” Prairie Oak Press later paid him to use it as the cover art.
Buy a cheap copy of The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing book by Linda S. Godfrey. In the early s, the small town of Elkhorn, Wisconsin, made national headlines with reports of strange, hairy, wolf-headed creatures that sometimes walked Free shipping over $/5(5).
A hairy humanoid with canine features, the Beast of Bray Road, has been sighted in Wisconsin dating back to on a rural road outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin. More recent sightings in the s and s, place the creature in Racine, Walworth and Jefferson Counties.
Those who have seen the beast describe him as eating or hunting/scavenging. The Beast of Bray Road is a creature reported in on a rural road outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin.
The same label has been applied to other sightings from southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. Bray Road is a quiet rural road near the community of Elkhorn.
Book Description Dystel & Goderich Literary Management 10/2/, Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsin's Werewolf. Book. Seller Inventory # /5(). Werewolves and I go way back. What a coincidence it was to recently find myself in southern Wisconsin, in the area of the most famous American werewolf sightings in history: the Beast of Bray Road.I, of course, am very familiar with that subject because I had read about it when my family first got their paws on the Internet.I had no excuse but to investigate the area myself.
THE BEAST OF BRAY ROAD was written and directed by Leigh Scott (aka Leigh Slawner: FRANKENSTEIN REBORN, KING OF THE LOST WORLD, DRACULA'S CURSE).
It is, in a very loose sense, based on an allegedly true story. There are people in Wisconsin (where the movie takes place) who claim to have seen a Bigfoot-like creature, only not Bigfoot. More wolf. “In the early ’s a rural Wisconsin community called Elkhorn was at the center of a series of real-life werewolf sightings.
As a local reporter, Linda Godfrey, began her investigation into the “Beast of Bray Road,” and other reports from around the county. For the subsequent three decades, the Beast of Bray Road has been the most infamous Wisconsin resident there is.”.The Beast of Bray Road, also known as the Bray Road Beast, is a fascinating cryptid that has been spotted multiple times in Elkhorn, Wisconsin, since the s.
This creature is referred to as a werewolf, and there have been sightings in other areas ranging from .The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsin's Werewolf: Godfrey, Linda S.: Books - (60).