Monday, February 9, 2009

Neil Arnold's 15 Questions with Nick Redfern

Not only is Neil Arnold one of my favorite authors,I have the privilege of calling him my friend as well.
His book "MONSTER--the A-z zooform phenomena" is a book I cherish and often use as a reference guide for all things crypto and strange.
His latest interview is with another dear friend of mine,Nick Redfern.

Neil tackles the important questions everyone wants to know,yet his interviews are always personable. You really feel like you're getting to know the person he's talking with.
Make sure to get over there and check out his blog chat with Nick.

Be sure to leave comments! Neil will love to hear from you!

To visit Nick's page :

Have a howling good evening,my fledglings!

Your Mistress of the Mysterious,
Raven Moonshadow


  1. I left some comments in Nick's "There Something in the Woods..." blog already, Raven. Good interview.

    I suggested Moby as a possible person to play him in a hypothetical movie. Thankfully, he found that funny. :)

    Say, though...
    Since you've made the "Beast of Bray Road" and other werewolf-related creatures your main field of study---you might definitely want to take a gander at Karl Shuker's latest post on his new blog. It references Dog-inspired Divinites in various mythologies and how they might possibly have spawned the "myth" of the werewolf. Well worth reading, as is anything by Shuker. Enjoy. Thanks for the interview link again, Raven.

  2. Thank you so much for the info,cryptids! I will definitely have a look-see at Shuker's page.
    That sounds like my cup of tea.

    I hope youre having a wonderful evening,my friend!



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