When you hear about a werewolf on the prowl, what do you think of?
Yep! You might be surprised to learn people have claimed to have seen just such a creature in the desert – even to the point of having the local sheriff out to investigate!
Author M.L. Behrman shares the tale of something hairy this way coming…
We all have heard (and joked) about “little green men”, but what about little silver ones?
And where would they come from if not a spaceship, the planet Mars or some tear in the time space continuum?
Well, the answer (or one that makes sense) might just surprise you!
Have a look as Author M.L. Behrman brings you another fascinating episode of “Mojave Mysteries” on YouTube!
Some of the most interesting tales of cryptids and “man-beasts” can be found in the archives of old newspapers from 1800’s.
Like this delightful little tale from Capay, California, published in 1891. It never uses the term “Bigfoot”, but rather, calls its hairy two-legged protagonist a “Throw-back”, “Prehistoric Terror” or a favorite – the “What-Is-It?”
Join Author M.L. Behrman as he relates the strange tale of the “Capay Curiosity” in this latest episode of Mojave Mysteries on YouTube.
A furious rascal to be sure!
There’s an old saying that “The hills have eyes” and aside from being a rather crappy horror movie, one might be surprised to learn of a phenomenon that may give some credence to the idea.
The Dark Watchers
Reports of strange shadowy figures peering down from the heights and crags of coastal mountains and the desert have trickled down over the years in California.
Some even suggest the Native Americans have lived with such “creatures” for eons, having come to an understanding of their power and purpose.
But have they?
Watch this episode of Mojave Mysteries and let Author M.L. Behrman share some tales and triva about the bizarre and creepy phenomenon known as “The Dark Watchers”.
What do YOU think they could be?
Is there a way to rid yourself of demonic possession? Or maybe just angry souls following you around and making life difficult…
And what did the ancients use to “cleanse” themselves of demons and bad spirits?
Well, if you were a Mohave Indian in the eastern part of California’s Mojave Desert, you might just use the Topock Maze – a mysterious site that remains controversial even today.
Let Author M.L. Behrman explain….
Remember – there are
always two sides to every mystery – which do you believe?