Monster Hunters: On the Trail with Ghost Hunters, Bigfooters, Ufologists, and Other Paranormal Investigators - Tea Krulos

**ARC provided through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**

Tea Krulos leads us on an adventure, chasing after monsters, ghosts, and other supernatural beings in this book. Of course, I am a fan of the paranormal. I wanted to read this book mostly because the Mothman was in it. Point Pleasant is a destination I hope to be seeing soon and I was excited to read more about it . However, there were plenty of other topics I was interested in as well.

I thought it would get boring during some parts of the book, like the bigfoot and skunk ape sections, because I've never really been into that. I was wrong, though. It was surprisingly interesting.

There were certain places in the book where I just had to lay down my kindle and shake my head. Not believing that some people could put any stock in what was going on. That was the section on Rev. Larson. Why can't people see that he's just trying to rip people off , stereotyping, judging, and embarrassing them while he's at it.

I really liked the ghost hunting trips he described. One of them being Bobby Mackey's in Wilder, Kentucky. The first time I heard about that place was on Ghost Adventures, my favorite ghost hunting show.

If you are interested in any form of the paranormal, you will like this book. Even if you're a skeptic. I still am even though I like to watch TV shows and read books about ghosts. Recommended!