BLACKMANE Chapter 38

The cage, its metallic floor covered with straw, comprised the center of the room, with the lab and all its tables and equipment surrounding it. Video monitors mounted here and there on the bland white walls displayed the interior of the cage from various angles. The hallway with the windows terminated at a door that…

BLACKMANE Chapter 37

Maribelle drove into the parking garage with the windows of her Toyota Camry rolled down. It was hot out, but she still hadn’t been able to get used to air-conditioning again. It gave her a headache. One of the several ways in which Africa had left its stamp on her. She’d been home now for…

WEREWOLVES WITHIN Digs In

I haven’t seen it yet. I haven’t had the opportunity to see it yet. I hope to remedy that soon, but it’s not all up to me. The film will show at the Tribeca Film Festival in June before getting a limited theatrical release on June 25, 2021, after which it will be available for…

The Science of SKINWALKER RANCH

Spend any time perusing social media and you’ll soon learn that there are three types of fans regularly commenting on the subject of the show THE SECRET OF SKINWALKER RANCH. Type number one is the true believer. Type number two…is just annoying. “It’s all FAKE!” they snidely announce, as if they possess some special insider…

Direwolves to Scale

In the interest of journalistic accuracy, I must admit that I am uncertain as to the provenance of this image featured above. With that being the case, I can’t guarantee that it is 100% accurate. It does look accurate, and certainly it is, if not exact, a reasonably close approximation of the actual sizes involved.…

Steinbeck’s Werewolf Story

John Steinbeck’s heirs don’t want us to ever read his original werewolf novel. Why? Are they afraid it will sully his posthumous reputation as a literary legend if his name becomes associated with a lowly werewolf story? Steinbeck wrote MURDER AT FULL MOON way back in 1930. So what’s it about? It is a mystery…

Introducing Dragon Man, Our Closest Relative?

A new species, heretofore unknown, of the human family has been discovered in China. Dubbed “Dragon Man”, this prehistoric human may be the most closely related to us yet—with “us” being modern humans, Homo sapiens. The remains—a skull—have been described as “massive”. Dragon Man, or Homo longi, is more closely related to us than to…