The Awful Thing in the Attic by Brad Steiger

Monsters Among Us
by Brad Steiger

ISBN: 1-931942-33-1
Size: 6 x 9 • 234 pgs.
Price: $14.95

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Was that creature you saw on the hillside that night a wolf or something much more? What were those creatures in your dreams? Fantasy or something you might come face to face with one day? Are all these news reports of strange creatures real, or something someone made up?

Brad Steiger, well-known psychic researcher, has scoured the world to find evidence for what we call monsters. Steiger has carefully and exhaustively culled the stories, legends, and research about lake creatures, ape men, werewolves, and other frightening creatures.

Here are monsters such as the Ghoul of Paris, Hungary’s Countess of Blood, entities from UFOs, and beings from beneath the Earth. In this one comprehensive volume, Steiger sets forth the accounts he collected, the proof he uncovered, and the things he cannot explain.

“Everyone enjoys a good scare now and then,” says Steiger. “I cannot guarantee that this book will make you believe in monsters, but I am quite confident that I can guarantee a few good chills up the spine.”


Brad Steiger is a prolific and well-respected author, having written and contributed to more than 100 books, including Awful Thing in the Attic, Alien Rapture, and Monsters Among Us. Over the course of his career, Steiger has covered a variety of subject matter ranging from biographies, to UFOs, to crime and just about everything in between. Besides his extensive list of books, Steiger is a frequent radio guest on shows like The Jeff Rense Program and Coast to Coast AM, and he is also a regular contributor to the respected paranormal magazine FATE.


"As opposed to a rehash of old stories and newspaper accounts, Brad Steiger's classic work is unique for containing his remarkable interviews of eyewitnesses to the cryptozoological and related phenomena. This book contains material you will not find anywhere else. My favorite is Steiger's Momo back story, which is the best I've ever encountered on the topic. This is a worthwhile and readable book, useful as a reference book or a fun exploration of the subject."

--Loren Coleman, cryptozoologist and author of Mysterious America, The Field Guide to Bigfoot, Mothman and Other Curious Encounters.