The much-anticipated book by our good friend from the UK, paranormal and cryptozoological researcher Lee Brickley, is finally available to the public and promises to be one heck of a read for anyone interested in weird things that go bump in the night (and sometimes even during the day).
UFO's Werewolves & The Pig-Man: Exposing England's Strangest Location is a 141-page book devoted to one of the spookiest places on Earth, the eerily beautiful woodlands of Cannock Chase. While the government of the United Kingdom has designated Cannock Chase an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the verdant forests and scenic heathlands are said to be home to some of the most spectacular monstrosities the mind of man can conjure: werewolves, hellhounds, wildcats, giant reptiles, Bigfoot... and even a Pig Man. In other words, if Mother Nature was a mad scientist, Cannock Chase would be her laboratory.
|Author Lee Brickley|
As Brickley points out in his book, Cannock Chase is known for much more than mysterious hominids and strange beasts. For decades, the region has also been a hotbed of UFO activity, and all kinds of spooks have been reported to have been seen at Cannock Chase, from orbs to full-fledged apparitions. Thanks to researchers like Lee Brickley, Cannock Chase has managed to earn its rightful place as an epicenter of bizarre activity, on par with the Bermuda Triangle, Roswell, and the haunted battlefields of Gettysburg.
UFO's Werewolves & The Pig-Man: Exposing England's Strangest Location has been praised by everyone from legendary ufologists Nick Pope and Nick Redfern to esteemed paranormal author Brad Steiger, and now Journal of the Bizarre is proud to give Lee's new book our ringing endorsement.
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