Brian P. Easton
Brian P. Easton grew up among the hardwood bluffs of Southern Illinois, saddled between the banks of the Big Muddy and the Mississippi. His father, a horseman and preacher, taught him at an early age that werewolves were evil characters not heroes. Instead he encouraged his son to read about historic frontiersmen like Lewis Wetzel, or legendary gunmen like Bill Hickok. Small wonder the boy watched Gunsmoke and The Night Stalker with equal enthusiasm. Factor into this equation a 3-ton Royal typewriter given to him by his mother the year he turned 10 and the story just sort of writes itself. Most of his works include various occult and sub-cultural references, drawing both from decades of independent research and his own storied adventures; the majority of which are completely explainable. Easton's literary influences include the usual suspects: Lovecraft, Howard, Poe and Burroughs, but none have been as impactful as Cormac McCarthy and his masterpiece, Blood Meridian. He is currently engaged in the biggest adventure of his life: raising the son who will one day replace him. www.werewolfhunter.com https://www.facebook.com/Brian.P.EastonRead more Read less
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