Author, Historian and sometimes TV expert David Goudsward talks about his latest book - Sun, Sand and Sea Serpents - and reels in stories on marine cryptids in New England and Florida. Also we dig into some of David's other exquisitely researched tomes.
Sit back, sip on your favorite bourbon and get ready to learn, my paranormal pals.
David Goudsward is a prolific researcher and esteemed author who combines humor and hubris with a love of history. David’s expertise and interests run a wide gamut of the literary and paranormal, but in this episode we focus on marine cryptids off Florida, the Southeastern Coast and the Caribbean up to New England ... and dig into the backstroy of a stone monolith known as "Mystery Hill" (also known as "America's Stonehenge").
David’s eclectic bibliography can be perused at http://www.goudsward.com/ (click on the link to the good-looking elder brother – David Goudsward; however, Scott Goudsward writes some mean horror himself).
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Author, Anthologist, Historian and TV Personality
David Goudsward is the author of numerous articles on genealogy and New England megalithic sites as well as the books America's Stonehenge: The Mystery Hill Story (2003), Ancient Stone Structures of New England (2006), H. P. Lovecraft in the Merrimack Valley (2013), Horror Guide to Massachusetts (2014), Horror Guide to Florida (2015), and Horror Guide to Northern New England (2017). Recent books include The Westford Knight and Henry Sinclair (2020) and Sun, Sand, and Sea Monsters (2020)
Current projects include volumes 4 & 5 in the Horror Guide series (southern New England and Pennsylvania) and a study of HP Lovecraft's visits to Florida.