The Bog Monster of Booker Creek
by Wayne V. Miller
Number of pages: 225
What do a college town, a middle-school biology project, Sasquatch, psychics, missing persons, alien abduction, and a billion year-old human have in common? Meet John Densch. In an extended letter to his son ten years in the future, John Densch chronicles how in the midst of a media circus a middle-school science project became a national joke.
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