Wild & Wonderful (and Paranormal) West Virginia by Denver Michaels is a detailed record of events in the wildlife of West Virginia on one end and the paranormal developments on the other end of the author’s amazing research.
This book is a rollercoaster of information. Data about unexplained phenomena that occurred and still occur in the state of West Virginia. A beautiful insight of the place where the author was born, raised and still lives.
It presents a plethora of archeological sites, like the huge Mounds and the stories about Giants. I didn’t know that they were such structures in the USA. Those hills remind me the ancient Greek Tombs we have here in Greece, and I wonder if they have similar architectural purposes. That is something that I would love to search in the future.
I learned so much about life forms that I did not know exist either in the imagination of our heads or in reality.
The Azgen people, Haunted locations across the West Virginia. Beings that supposedly live in the mountains like, Sasquatch, Dogmen and other bipeds.
Other existences that live in the water and in the air.
UFO are not left behind, and there are a lot of interesting stories that left me wondering. The one thing I really liked about this book is that the author did an excellent job presenting the data. The facts are presented without being biased and explanations are offered where is 100% positive scientific proof.
Lot’s of interesting photos in the book taken by the writer illustrating the places he visited to do his research.
If you are a lover of the paranormal. UFO’s, Ghosts, unexplained phenomena then this book is the perfect guide for you. Furthermore it’s the perfect guide for the places in West Virginia that allegiantly these events happen.
The book is intriguing, and there is not a boring moment. You can read the chapters in any order you wish. This autonomous approach makes it perfect for the reader that wants to know about The Flatwoods Monster and not about devil monkeys for example!
I really enjoyed this book, and I highly recommend it. The author did an amazing job collecting and double checking his information.