The Hunt is On!

October 14, 2010 at 5:52 pm Leave a comment

There’s something lurking just under the surface of the water.   Did you see it?  What is causing that rippling effect?  Oh my, it’s the elusive “Muck Monster!” 

During the last week in October the West Palm Beach Public Library will host a series of author visits centered on stories of strange monsters and eerie sightings including the infamous Muck Monster.

On Monday, October 25th you will have an opportunity to meet “America’s Most Credible Cryptozoologist,” Scott Marlowe.  He will discuss Florida’s mysterious creatures.  Mr. Marlowe’s research has been featured on MonsterQuest, Is It True, Legend Hunters, Destination Truth and Weird Travels.  After his talk join Mr. Marlowe for a walk down to the Waterfront to search for the “real” Muck Monster. 

Then on Tuesday, October 26th Charlie Carlson, author of the bestselling book “Weird Florida” will be here to discuss and sign copies of his book.  Carlson is an American author, actor and film producer and is known as “Florida’s Man in Black” or “Master of the Weird.”  He specializes in paranormal, strange events and places, and many historical books. 

Both author programs are scheduled at 6:00pm in the library’s Auditorium. For more information on these “spooky” events call 561-868-7701.

The Muck Monster looks forward to it!           



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