Through a River Threshold Kentucky's Last Frontier Contest for a Valley Along Sandy Shores Coal Country Kentucky's Land of Promise?
Benjamin Radford, managing editor of Skeptical Inquirer magazine, is the author of hundreds of articles and two books. Joe Nickell is Senior Research Fellow at the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal and author of more than twenty books.
"The authors poke some holes in previous lake monster studies,
but perhaps the most damaging part is their deconstruction of the
films taken of the Champlain and Okanagan monsters." -- College
and Research Library News
"Radford and Nickell have done more fieldwork than many
cryptozoological enthusiasts and... have exhaustively carried out
their own experiments and data collection that is of the highest
scientific order. I wish all cryptozoologically inclined
researchers would be as thorough and objective about their work....
I would recommend this tome to those who wish to learn to apply
critical thinking to the mysteries surrounding these aquatic
cryptids. Lake Monster Mysteries is a most enjoyable read and I
guarantee you will learn much from these intelligent researchers."
-- John Kirk, author of In the Domain of the Lake Monsters and
president of the B
"Investigating some of the most complex lake monster
mysteries in the world, Radford and Nickell closely examine these
enigmatic creatures and come up with some surprises. Their approach
is respectful of the believers, [and] attention to detail is
evident throughout." -- Michael R. Dennett, paranormal
"The most up-to-date, definitive, scientific assessment of
the evidence for and against the existence of lake monsters." --
Robert E. Bartholomew, coauthor of Panic Attacks: Media
Manipulation and Mass De
"For those who are interested in these mysteries, it makes
good reading." -- WTBF Radio
"It delights in the better known resident of Loch Ness as well as Canada's "Champ" in Lake Champlain...It does, of course, verge on the tongue-in-cheek but not completely -- which is doubtless why I enjoyed it." -- Lincoln County News, Maine