The Flatwoods Monster doesn’t quite qualify as a cryptid, by my definition. It would more accurately be designated an alien. (Or an owl and a case of mass hysteria, but I prefer to believe it was an alien.) The Bray Road Beast of Wisconsin, however, is a straight-up werewolf. Both creatures are set to get the documentary treatment, along with Champ, the sea serpent-type beastie of Lake Champlain. The project from Small Town Monsters is already funded, but the MORE funded it gets, the bigger and spiffier the final products will be. So consider making a donation to the cause. Besides, they’re offering some wicked cool swag as an incentive.
Check out the Bray Road Beast statuette. Sweet, huh? The Flatwoods Monster flying saucer is pretty neat, too. (And it lights up!) There are T-shirts to be had, the possibility of getting your name in the credits of the films, posters. The Flatwoods Monster movie will be the first, with the documentary on the Beast of Bray Road coming second, to be released sometime in the fall of 2018. And Champ will be featured not in a movie but a miniseries. Small Town Monsters has a history of producing high quality documentaries of this sort. This new batch should be more of the same. (And by the way, I LOVE their logo!)