DisembobiedBob Freeman is an author, artist, paranormal adventurer, and game designer. First and foremost, though, he’s a real-life occult detective and monster hunter.

A lifelong student of mythology, folklore, magic, and religion, Freeman is a respected lecturer on the occult and paranormal phenomena. His interests in the strange and unusual began as a child, reared on Ozark folklore carried north by his family’s roots in Arkansas and Missouri, and through the discovery of a book that had belonged to his great-grandmother — a 1946 edition of Manly Palmer Hall’s Unseen Forces.

In addition to leading paranormal investigations all across Northern Indiana, Freeman has tracked dogmen/werewolves in the Ozarks of Arkansas, communed with spirits at Mesa Verde’s Sun Temple, searched for the Holy Grail in Rosslyn Chapel, helped call down rain atop Hopi’s First Mesa , hunted the Skunk Ape in the swamplands of Florida, gone spelunking in the caves of Southern Indiana and Kentucky in search of Paisa (Little People), and more…

His published fiction includes the Cairnwood Manor series — Shadows Over Somerset and Keepers of the Dead — and the Tales of the Liber MonstrorumFirst Born and Descendant. Freeman has also written numerous short stories, articles, and reviews for various online and print publications, and as an illustrator, his art has been showcased on book covers by authors such as Steven L. Shrewsbury, Michael West, and Christine Morgan.

Freeman lives in rural Indiana with his wife Kim and son Connor.
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