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Linda S. Godfrey
researcher and investigator of wolfmen, Bigfoot and other strange creatures and things for 24 years, is the author of 18 published books such as The Beast of Bray Road; Tailing Wisconsin’s Werewolf, Real Wolfmen; True Encounters in Modern America, and American Monsters. She’s had her own field encounters and is a frequent guest on national TV and radio shows like Monsterquest, Inside Edition, Hannity’s America, America’s Scariest Places, Coast to Coast AM Radio, Lost Tapes, SyFy’s Paranormal Witness, and Monsters and Mysteries. She lives in southeastern Wisconsin with her husband, monster dog and youngest son. New this fall: Monsters Among Us: An Investigation of Otherworldly Bigfoots, Wolfmen, Portals, Phantoms and Odd Phenomena. See her blog and more at lindagodfrey.com WEBSITE: http://lindagodfrey.com Also, Return to Wildcat Mountain Wisconsin’s Black Panther Nexus Strangely, in some parts of North America, black-furred big cats make up over half the eyewitness reports of mountain lions, but zoologists say black pumas don’t exist. If that’s true, then exactly what are these ebony felines? Some say they are mutations or hybrids; others point to ancient beliefs of area Native Americans that the black big cats are spirit animals. Might one small central Wisconsin town hold a clue to this growing mystery? This puzzling and eerie phenomenon is the basis for Linda Godfrey’s debut documentary as director/producer of Return to Wildcat Mountain, Wisconsin’s Black Panther Nexus. Her son Nate, a skilled film maker with a degree from the Art Institute of Chicago debut documentary, created the camera, audio, animation, and editing.