Cannibalism, Starvation, and the History of the Wendigo

This week on Cryptids Decrypted, we're covering the dark history of the wendigo myth. Originally used as a cautionary tale by the native populations in Northern Canada, wendigos were described as pale, emaciated creatures, hungry for human flesh. It was said that humans were possessed by evil spirits in moments of physical weakness and greed. … Continue reading Cannibalism, Starvation, and the History of the Wendigo

Inter-Dimensional Lake Monsters Among Us?!

Well, if that googly-eyed, odd, pipe of a fish isn't enough to convince you that monsters exist in the deep, maybe my second interview with David George Gordon will! David is an expert in all things cryptid and nature. He's written several field guides on more traditional flora and fauna, but is especially renowned for … Continue reading Inter-Dimensional Lake Monsters Among Us?!

Short Story – When a Cold Wind Whistles

Here's a short inspired by another North American legend, the Wendigo. I don't often write thriller, but I had this idea one day and here we are. If you enjoy the short story, consider checking out my full novel, Whiteout, the tale of a drunken monster hunter chasing a yeti. When a Cold Wind Whistles … Continue reading Short Story – When a Cold Wind Whistles