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Michigan's Monsters & Legends

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Date: Friday - September 21, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: Open Lines, Linda Godfrey

Broadcasting live from the OnStar studios in Detroit, George welcomed author Linda Godfrey, who shared some of the strange cases she has compiled about the monsters, hauntings and legends known around the state of Michigan.

Godfrey provided details about Le Nain Rouge, the 'Red Dwarf' creature that has appeared in Detroit from time to time as a harbinger of disaster. She said the city's founder, Antoine Cadillac, supposedly encountered and even attacked the four and a half foot tall creature in 1701, just before his life fell into ruin. It was seen again in 1805 before a fire engulfed part of Detroit, she continued.

Godfrey talked about her visit to 'Knock Knock Road' (Strasburg Street off East 7 Mile Road), where it is said the ghost of a little girl knocks on the windows of passing cars looking for the driver who killed her. She also discussed the werewolves of Detroit and Mud Lake ice circle, as well as the LaCrosse man bat and the werewolf-like creature seen in Elkhorn, Wisconsin.

George hosted live Open Lines during the third hour and played 'best of' calls in the last hour.

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