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From the writer of Ghost HunterLittle Women with Big Guns, and Krakenstein vs. Koalatron comes an unforgettable excursion into the depths of the unknown. Loaded end to end with chills, this terrifying narrative is loosely based on accounts of encounters with the legendary Pukwudgie, a cryptozoological “myth” originating in Massachusetts’ mysterious Bridgewater Triangle.

Transplanting the action to his familiar Midwestern environs, writer Kevin Candela takes the listener on a hair-raising excursion into a shadowy world that exists in plain sight right beside our own, sending the tale’s narrator deep into a frozen marsh in mid-January in search of the diminutive yet incredibly frightening entity. When he finally discovers the truth, both he – and the listener – will never be the same again.

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From the writer of Ghost HunterLittle Women with Big Guns, and Krakenstein vs. Koalatron comes an unforgettable excursion into the depths of the unknown. Loaded end to end with chills, this terrifying narrative is loosely based on accounts of encounters with the legendary Pukwudgie, a cryptozoological “myth” originating in Massachusetts’ mysterious Bridgewater Triangle.

Transplanting the action to his familiar Midwestern environs, writer Kevin Candela takes the listener on a hair-raising excursion into a shadowy world that exists in plain sight right beside our own, sending the tale’s narrator deep into a frozen marsh in mid-January in search of the diminutive yet incredibly frightening entity. When he finally discovers the truth, both he – and the listener – will never be the same again.

 

  • A puck-what-ie? Wedgie? I'm already freaking out

    Bennett brings this tale to murky life, really selling the creepiness, and making you clench your teeth from anticipation. I really enjoy his work.

  • wtf did you expect dude?!

    Gary Bennett read it and he did fantastic. I bumped my rating up 1 star just for him. He has a very lovely voice.

  • Do you dare step into the swamp?

    Gary Bennett really did a great job with the narration of this rather wild tale... he made me believe it was the truth he was relating to me!