Shetan Noir, a great lakes based author and journalist, is available for lectures at libraries in spring/summer/fall of 2020. She has written many books and is working on several more upcoming book projects.
Her book Mothman and other flying creatures of the midwest was released in September 2019.
She Noir also wrote Lake monsters and odd creatures of the Great lakes in 2018.
Shetan Noir is currently the lead investigator for the Michigan chapter of the North American Dogman Project, and also runs the paranormal investigation team of Michigan center for unexplained events and phenomenon.
Shetan also offers presentations and lectures on the following:
- Home town monsters
- Strange bipedal creatures of north American.
- Comparative analysis of bigfoot vs. Dogman sightings.
- Mothman and other flying creatures of the midwest.
- Lake Monsters of the Great Lakes
- Michigan's Dogman
- Detroit Legend, The Nain Rouge and other wee folk of North America.
- Cryptozoology of the Great lakes
- Dealing with the Paranormal and moving on with your life.
- The Haunted Great lakes
- The Christmas tree ship and other ghost ships of the Great lakes.
These lectures, tailored at 45-90 minutes each, are ideal for museums, libraries, schools, historical societies, life-long learning programs.
Presentation cost: $150.00 per program (unless otherwise noted)
Expense reimbursement: 25 cents per mile, round trip from Brighton, MI
Equipment requirement: LCD projector (Presentations are presented on Microsoft PowerPoint)
If interested in any of the above presentations please contact shetan at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about her list of workshops.
Learn more at https://shetannoir.wixsite.com/cryptozoologist