Monday, July 30, 2007

Danger in Denmark

I have received an urgent call for help from my dear friend and colleague Dr Hasbien of the Stuttgart Monstrology Center, he is engaged in an operation in Denmark.

That, and that he has requested my help is all I know.

I leave tomorrow and will update here when I get a chance.

Friday, July 20, 2007


Monstrology, as well as UFO-logy and other challenging "fringe" fields of research suffer from a general lack of photographic evidence that leave little or no opening for "mainstream" interpretations.
But dear fellow monstrologists.

Here we have it!

A photo of the common, but elusive, Domestic Dust-Devil.
Yes, it's a bit shaky and out of focus but it's clearly a Devil. You can even make out its menacing grin.

I will not reveal my source for this photo yet since I am hoping to cull more treasures from the same archive.

(For more information on The Domestic Dust-Devil, consult the Field Guide)

Tuesday, July 3, 2007

Monster-art on display

Well, there is a lull in the monstrology world right now.
There have been no serious reports whatsoever for a couple of weeks.
Bradford came back from Canada and didn't mention anything about any monsters. He's most likely being extra careful to be quiet about the possible Canadian Boulder Beast investigation, to not agitate me further.

The only interesting thing going on right now is an art show at Corridor Gallery where a few of my drawings as well as some found artifacts from my book is on display.

Unfortunately the show is billed as a collection of works from children's book illustrators.
I feel that my work stand out from the rest of the work since it is the result of serious research.
But, it is in all an enjoyable show.

This antique illustration is one of the drawings on display: