The Detroit Free Press is running a lengthy article today about the Michigan Dogman, and the movie. Here’s a link to the online version:
Same day, same state, same creature. Absolute Michigan, and online resource for Michigan-related news and events, has published a nice composite article: http://www.absolutemichigan.com/dig/michigan/the-legend-of-the-michigan-dogman/
For Immediate Release:
October 19, 2011
Brauer Productions wants actual DOGMAN stories for possible DVD ‘special features’ bonus material.
TRAVERSE CITY – Brauer Productions recently completed filming the official DOGMAN feature film in Benzie County and Director Rich Brauer wants your Dogman stories! The idea came to Rich after hearing numerous tales from people in and around Benzie County during the project. Brauer wants to capture these stories for possible inclusion on the final DOGMAN DVD.
Anyone with a first-hand DOGMAN story should call the Benzie County Chamber of Commerce at (231) 882-5801, Mon-Fri from 9am-5pm, to make an appointment for a filmed interview, conducted in a private setting by Dogman songwriter/author Steve Cook who wrote the original song in 1987. To accommodate as many people as possible, each interview will be limited to fifteen minutes.
The interviews will take place at the Best Western Scenic Hill Resort — located at 1400 US-31 in Beulah — on Saturday, November 5th, from 9am-5pm. Appointments are required! This is a first-come, first-serve opportunity for you to relate your piece of Michigan folklore, so gather your thoughts and share some of the mystery.
For more information about Brauer Productions, Inc. and other projects, visit www.brauer.com.