In the wild blue yonder of the Mogollon Rim in Arizona, there is told the legend of a great ape man with an unearthly screech and long, matted white hair and beard. Reaching six to eight feet tall, with wild red eyes, this smelly hominid has been spotted in the Arizona wilderness since 1903.
There are some circles of big game huntsmen who would relish the opportunity to spot this elusive monster, yet alone to bring him down and mount his head on their wall of trophies.
But monsters don’t like being hunted.
When worse comes to worse, they resort to making alliances in the one place where man has no friends – local divisions of the bureaucracy. (Bumm, bumm, bummm.)
Don’t venture out to find him unless you’ve gotten permission from the local authorities first! The state of Arizona requires hunters to have the proper fish and game permit in order to capture and kill the mysterious Mogollon Monster.