Join me, Lauren Smith, as I interview a dear old friend on all that he has been up to since his last interview on NCBR!
Andy McGrath, is a cryptid researcher with over 25 + years’ experience. Called the Sherlock Holmes of cryptozoology, Andy seamlessly connects modern-day encounters with ancient folklore; painting a picture of ethno-known beasts that might exist just beyond the edge of scientific discovery and the human imagination! A speaker, presenter, podcaster, field investigator, and author of - Beasts of Britain & his new book - Beasts of the World: Hairy Humanoids - the first in a seven-part series, which seeks to investigate the histories, evidence, and common theories surrounding the numerous cryptid creatures that have been reported around the globe. (Now available from Hangar 1 Publishing and via all good online retailers - https://hangar1publishing.com/pages/andy-mcgrath)
In Beasts of the World (Volume 1.) Hairy Humanoids, Andy examines the diverse collection of hairy, bipedal, man-like monsters, that are believed to inhabit the world’s remote and lonely regions and asks the question - do they represent a single species, or, could there be other lesser-known varieties of Wildmen, yet to be revealed? Andy has appeared on TV, radio, and podcast shows: Sasquatch Chronicles, Bigfoot & Beyond with Cliff & Bobo, Talk Radio’s The Unexplained with Howard Hughes, and Britain’s largest breakfast television show - This Morning. He is a regular contributor to tabloid newspaper – The Daily Star and has appeared in the documentaries, ELUSIVE and Sticks & Stones: UK Bigfoot.
He is also the host of the Beastly Theories, podcast; a self-described low tech, low key, low brow endeavour to discuss the highs and lows of cryptozoology research and obsession with some of the most renowned researchers in the field; wherein he seeks to avail himself (and you) of the prize of knowledge, that lies inside their brawny brains.