Cards

Trading Cards
Copyright 2017 Terence E. Hanley
UFOlogist and Cryptozoologist
Trading Cards

You know their names, you have read their books, now you can meet them face to face in this series of eighteen UFOlogist and cryptozoologist trading cards. On the front are portrait drawings of the investigators. On the back are biographical sketches of each: 

#1. John A. Keel--Investigator and author of The Mothman Prophecies
#2. Gray Barker--Writer and publisher of books about flying saucers
#3. Mary Hyre--Newspaper reporter on the Mothman sightings of 1966
#4. Donald E. Keyhoe--Aviator, investigator, and author of books about flying saucers
#5. Dr. J. Allen Hynek--Astronomer and scientific advisor to Project Blue Book
#6. Coral Lorenzen--UFOlogist and cofounder of the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization (ARPO)
#7. Budd Hopkins--Investigator of alien abductions and missing time experiences
#8. Ivan T. Sanderson--Explorer, cryptozoologist, and Fortean investigator
#9. Bernard Heuvelmans--Cryptozoologist and author
#10. Kenneth Arnold--Airplane pilot who saw and described the first flying saucers
#11. Raymond A. Palmer--Writer, editor, and publisher of Fate magazine
#12. Frank Scully--Author of Behind the Flying Saucers (1950), one of the first books about the phenomenon
#13. Albert K. Bender--Investigator and co-creator of the Three Men in Black (MIB)
#14. Morris K. Jessup--Author, UFOlogist, and early proponent of the ancient astronauts theory
#15. Brinsley Le Poer Trench--Author and one of the foremost British UFOlogists
#16. Millen Le Poer Trench--Author, investigator, and occultist
#17. Antoon Cornelius Oudemans--The first cryptozoologist
#18. René Dahinden--Author, cryptozoologist, and Bigfoot investigator

Hand-drawn and computer-colored * Printed on cardstock from a digital press * Color fronts; black-and-white backs * Eighteen cards to a sheet * 8-1/2 x 17 inches; each card is 2-1/2 x 3-1/2 inches * $3.00 for each sheet of 18 cards

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Copyright 2014 Terence E. Hanley

Erratum on trading card backs: Morris K. Jessup served in the U.S. Navy, not the U.S. Army.

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Postcards
Copyright 2017 Terence E. Hanley
Send greetings to your friends and family with these four postcard designs--

  • Greetings from Point Pleasant, W.Va.--Home of Mothman!
  • The Flatwoods Monster 60-Year Anniversary (1952-2012)
  • Mothman Ruins
  • 65 Years of Flying Saucers (1947-2012)

All images are from my coloring books. Three of the four are computer-colored versions of my original drawings. The backs are blank.

Hand-drawn and hand-colored or computer-colored * Printed on cardstock from a digital press * Full-color fronts, blank backs * Four different designs * 4-1/4 x 5-1/2 inches 

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Greeting Cards
Copyright 2017 Terence E. Hanley
Mothman and the Flatwoods Monster meet M.C. Escher in this greeting card design. When folded like a book, this greeting card has a full-color front and back and a blank inside. It also comes with a blank white envelope.

Hand-drawn and computer-colored * Printed on light cardstock from a digital press * Full-color on one side, blank white on the other (i.e., on the inside) * When folded, 4-1/4 x 5-1/2 inches

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