In the Monongahela basin, a mysterious group of amphibians lurks in the waterways and pools, watching silently. Able to stand and walk like a man, but looking more like a fish, the Monongy are an ancient civilization that lives in underwater tunnels and caves, often in clusters. Once spread throughout the east coast, the creatures no reside only in small sections of West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Maryland; though, derivative species may live elsewhere.
5 x 7 art prints of West Virginia cryptids based on original drawings by Kristen Puckett.
I'm a pretty quiet person from Southern Ohio that loves monsters, animals, stories, and history. I moved to Fairbanks, AK to study art and received my Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2017, afterward moving to & working in El Paso, TX. Currently, I reside in Lucasville, OH.
I enjoy outdoor activities - like hiking, kayaking, and sightseeing - reading, drawing, throwing pottery, sculpting, playing video games, and playing dungeons and dragons with my friends. ~Kristen Puckett - Appalachian Illustrator, Folklorist, & Ceramicist