Squatch GQ Magazine is a print & digital publication based out of Colorado. The idea for this magazine began in early 2009 when John Kuykendall, founder and President of the SFRT Organization Squatch Files Research Team came up with the idea of a more kid Friendly magazine that could gather all of the 'cryptid research' and investigations that he was discovering through his organization. Expanding that, we began to believe there might be an audience for such a magazine that would include the younger generation's if it could include not only visual art but fiction based Sasquatch that kids and adults could relate to with out scarying them, as well as content covering the influence of cryptids on books, film, TV, gaming, fashion, social media and science; really anything that might fall under the purview of 'cryptid cultures' including interviews with researchers & cryptozoologists.
We envision Squatch GQ Magazine as being a celebration of all things cryptid. We would like to include sightings, accounts and theories, remaining respectful of all opinions and insights from contributors with our own slant falling on neither the skeptic or believer side but promoting the interests of both with the dignity and respect each deserves. We will strive to make Squatch GQ Magazine a high quality magazine with beautiful design and intriguing content and we would love to have you be a part of it.
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Managing Writer Shetan Noir
Author and researcher of the Paranormal, Cryptozoology and Pagan fields.
Shetan Noir is a Michigan based Author and Journalist.
Shetan has written many books and is working on several more upcoming book projects. Her current book is Mothman and other flying creatures of the midwest, release will be in September 2019.
In 2018, she wrote Lake monsters and odd creatures of the great lakes.
She also writes articles for various magazines and websites.
Shetan Noir is a cryptozoology researcher and has spent 25 years researching the Paranormal and Cryptozoology fields. Her fascination began with lake monsters at an early age when she first learned about the Loch Ness monster, then hearing reports of lake monsters in her own state of Michigan. Her research has since grown to include Michigan's own Dogman and Nain Rouge, Bigfoot and ghost hunting.
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.
She is available to do book signings for her two current books, Lake monsters and odd of the great lakes and Mothman and flying creatures of the midwest.