|aThe Bye Bye Man :|band other strange-but-true tales /|cRobert Damon Schneck.
|aNew York :|bTarcherPerigee,|c2016.
|a226 p. :|bill. ;|c21 cm.
|aOriginally published: San Antonio, Tex. : Anomalist Books, c2005 as The Presiden't's Vampire.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|a"In 1990, three college students spent a long Wisconsin winter experimenting with a Ouija board; it turned out to be the deadliest mistake of their lives. The board brought them into contact with a psychic serial killer, known only as the Bye Bye Man. Learning his name makes you vulnerable, but thinking about it draws the Bye Bye Man to you. He is a relentless traveler, moving night and day, coming ever closer until the shrill sound of a steady whistle announces his arrival. He might turn up outside your bedroom door, speaking in the voice of a trusted friend, someone who would never hurt you... Here is the authentically terrifying, true-life story recounted by historian Robert Damon Schneck in a chapter of his classic underground collection of weird Americana, which formed the basis for the major motion picture, The Bye Bye Man. This unsettling tale is accompanied by seven more chapters of twisted history, and includes the author's new afterword, "Searching for The Bye Bye Man." "--|cProvided by publisher.