Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Mothman: Evil Incarnate Book Reviews are in!

Loren Coleman fans rejoice, and pick up his new book Mothman: Evil Incarnate available now online and at your favorite bookstore!

Mothman: Evil Incarnate, by cryptozoologist Loren Coleman, is a brand new companion title to the late John Keel's The Mothman Prophecies (1975), which investigated the sightings of a winged creature called Mothman and became popularized in the 2002 movie of the same name starring Richard Gere. For more information, please see our recent press release.

Reviews haven't stopped, and book requests and media inquiries keep coming, even gaining the #1 New Release spot in Ancient & Controversial Knowledge on Amazon! To read more about Mothman: Evil Incarnate, the sightings, or to learn more about the author and his research, see below:

Fellow Cosimo author and Mysterious Universe writer Nick Redfern recently praised the book, calling it "an excellent, well-written study of not just the Mothman but the man who – in one sense – brought it to life: John Keel."
In conversation with hosts Gene Steinberg and Christopher O’Brien, Loren Coleman spoke about Mothman, UFO research, and cryptozoology on their show, Paracast.

Acclaimed paranormal investigator Robert Goerman likens Mothman to a puzzle,  saying: "Have you ever assembled a really challenging jigsaw puzzle? Remember the thrill that you felt as the final piece snapped into place? Mothman: Evil Incarnate by Loren Coleman offers readers key puzzle pieces to understanding much of West Virginia's 'Mothman' folklore."

Coleman appeared on the Other Side Podcast discussing the tragic anniversary where everything began... the collapse of The Silver Bridge in Point Pleasant, West Virginia on December 15th, 2017 —when the first reported sighting of the Mothman took place.

Keep sending us your thoughts, comments, and reviews on Mothman: Evil Incarnate and join the large community of Loren Coleman fans!

About the Author
Loren Coleman is one of the world's leading crypozoologists. In 1960 he started his fieldwork, and after years pursuing cryptozoological mysteries, he began writing. He is the author of numerous books on cryptozoology, including Bigfoot: The True Story of Apes in America and Mothman and Other Curious Encounters. Coleman is the founder and director of the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine (www.cryptozoologymuseum.com). Loren Coleman can be followed on Twitter at @CryptoLoren and on his blog, www.cryptozoonews.com

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