Studio: Small Town Monsters
Run time: 66 minutes
Genre: documentary/horror

In the early 1990’s, the rural community of Elkhorn, Wisconsin, began to experience a strange series of “werewolf” sightings. The case was investigated by local newspaper reporter, Linda Godfrey, who dubbed the creature “The Beast of Bray Road.” As reports continued to come in – not only from Elkhorn, but around the country – Godfrey was soon enveloped in one of the strangest paranormal cases in modern times.  Now, after nearly three decades, the Bray Road Beast has become the most infamous Wisconsin resident.

In their seventh film, Small Town Monsters takes you on an in-depth exploration of the real-life werewolf/dogman phenomenon, which spans from the eerie back roads of Wisconsin to the fields and villages of Europe where sightings of upright canids date back centuries. Is there more to these sightings than simple misidentifications of known animals or a hidden species of wolf?  Join director Seth Breedlove and narrator Lyle Blackburn as they explore the possibilities in this award-winning documentary feature film.

Followed by a Q&A with Lyle Blackburn