What Mott has uncovered demonstrates that, rather than being "paranormal" or "supernatural", encounters between humanity and these various "others" may in fact be completely, even predictably, natural in the truest sense of the word.
This treatise in e-book form should offer a serious step forward in the way the human race looks at these types of anomalous and frightening encounters, and perhaps lead us to a better understanding of how to record, thwart, and deal with them. If he is right, then we may be able to move quantitatively and qualitatively closer to studying such phenomena within the context of scientific investigation and examination.
Featuring a foreword by renowned researchers and writers Brad and Sherry Steiger, and a thoughtful afterword by writer and researcher Tim R. Swartz, this illustrated book offers compelling food for thought, and hopefully will open up new avenues for consideration in the study of anomalous phenomena.
About the Author:
Wm. Michael Mott (Mike to his friends) is a widely-published writer and artist who has several books and many magazine features in print. He's written about paranormal phenomena; comparative myth, religion and folk-lore; UFOs; cryptozoology; pulp, adventure, Sci-Fi and fantasy fiction; and art and education topics. He's been a featured guest on in excess of 30 national and internationally-syndicated radio programs, including Coast to Coast AM (3 times), and current he's one of the co-hosts at Unraveling the Secrets, a weekly program at http://www.unravelingthesecrets.com.
His personal web site is http://www.mottimorphic.com and he also has a Facebook fan page out there somewhere (linked from the web site). He can be reached through the web site, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
He loves his kids and really, really likes books on myriad topics, dogs, and edged weapons. In addition to illustration work and writing, he crafts hand-made shillelaghs and walking-sticks upon occasion.