The Ozark Howler and the Gurden Concatenation

A report, from the Gurden Concatenation Board, of Ozark Howler activity in Arkansas in 1923; "The surveys have been conducted by the concatenations of Little Rock, Pine Bluff, Warren, Malvern, Hot Springs, and Gurden. Overall conclusion being that judging from the survey locations, there are at least eight individual Ozark Howlers who have come down … Continue reading The Ozark Howler and the Gurden Concatenation

Ozark Howler Documentary Reveals New Eyewitness

This week, a new documentary about the Ozark Howler was broadcast across the USA, identifying the Howler as "More fearsome than anything known to man." That's big bragging rights for the monster, but then, the creature has always preferred to lurk rather than acting like a showboat. More impressive, then, is the documentary's collection of … Continue reading Ozark Howler Documentary Reveals New Eyewitness

Ozark Howler Out Front In New Book

"The one aspect every witness agrees upon is the Ozark Howler's piercing, terrifying cry." This description of the Ozark Howler comes from Jason Offutt, in a new book about American mythological monsters, Chasing American monsters : over 250 creatures, cryptids, and hairy beasts, due to be released on March 7 this year. Offutt writes, "The Ozark Mountains in north central Arkansas are covered in … Continue reading Ozark Howler Out Front In New Book