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D.C. McGannon & C. Michael McGannon are the humorous father/son duo known as The Monster Guys, mixing humor, folklore, and all manner of comedic improv to special events. D.C. and Michael are best-selling authors, and hosts of The Monster Guys Podcast, Yokai Tales Podcast, and Faerie Tales Podcast. Their writing has inspired an Advocacy Project to support libraries across the country, and their voices serve the voiceless addressing issues such as bullying prevention and child literacy. They are consistently hired out to do voice-acting for themselves, and are known to infiltrate their neighbors’ back yards and local parks in search of terrifying monsters in order to protect innocent civilians. Neither D.C. nor Michael have ever actually caught a terrifying monster, but people regularly smile at them and thank them for their efforts. When The Monster Guys are not writing, hunting monsters, or voice-acting for themselves, they are traveling, speaking, and meeting new friends.

Here, we catch up with five “lesser known” North American monsters

Legendary monsters thrive in North American lore, of that there is no doubt; and narrowing the array down to a