Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Tuesday, April 29, 2008
Wednesday, April 23, 2008
Sunday, April 20, 2008
In our next show, David Walks-As-Bear, author, Shawnee Nation member, and game warden discusses traditional Amerindian beliefs about shapeshifters and skinwalkers.
" I recently did an interview with a reporter from the Traverse City Business News. She was doing a story on the Michigan Dogman. My next Ely Stone novel, Witiku, the Shape Shifter, features this mysterious canine and as an elder Shawnee Indian, and she wanted to ask me questions pertaining to both of these things. One of her questions was about whether or not I think the Dogman is real or just a Native American legend... David Walks-As-Bear is a Kispoko Shawnee Indian. He is an author and syndicated newspaper columnist, living in Northwest Michigan and on the Big Island of Hawaii. Contact him at The White Lake Beacon: 231-894-5356 or visit his website at: www.Walks-As-Bear.com
Friday, April 11, 2008
His most recent project is The History of 'The Hobbit', an edition of the complete rough draft of J. R. R. Tolkien's The Hobbit with extensive commentary on Tolkien's sources and changes to the story, which has been published by HarperCollins in two volumes: Mr. Baggins (vol. I) and Return to Bag-End (vol. II).
Wednesday, April 9, 2008
Friday, April 4, 2008
Phyllis Galde (Minnesota) has been an explorer of the strange and unknown since her youth. Throughout the course of her life, Galde has encountered a variety of paranormal and mystical experiences that have shaped her world view, including living in a haunted house and witnessing many paranormal occurrences. She is the author of Crystal Healing, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of FATE magazine, Publisher of Species Link Journal, and CEO of Galde Press, Inc. In her fascinating chat with Manwolf and Linda, Phyllis reveals many of her personal experiences such as encountering the ghost of her dead grandfather at a very young age, and explains how the staff chooses reader experiences for print in the magazine out of the hundreds they receive each month.
Wednesday, April 2, 2008
Cryptid researcher and investigator B.M.Nunnelly, a self-taught writer and artist, was born and raised in Kentucky, where he spent decades searching the bottom lands of the Bluegrass State for evidence of its unsolved mysteries. His wanderings have brought him face to face with such creatures as Bigfoot, water monsters, black panthers, out of place wolves, and other mysterious cryptids including a Thunderbird in 1998 - something no other living researcher can presently claim. He currently resides with his wife and son in Henderson, Kentucky.