The Madman of Black Bear Mountain by Franklin W. Dixon audiobook

The Madman of Black Bear Mountain

By Franklin W. Dixon
Read by Tim Gregory

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The Hardy Boys Adventures: Book 12

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Lost in the woods... Bayport High's Green Environment Conservation Club is camping on Black Bear Mountain. Not only does the mountain live up to its name — the fierce, furry animals are everywhere — but rumor has it that a madman lurks in the nearby forest, and the crazy dude has a penchant for feasting on human flesh.   When the campers wake up, however, not only do they find a bear roaming the campsite, but their teacher is missing . . . and blood is streaked across his tent. Frank and Joe go in search of him, only to find themselves hunted by an ax-wielding man in face paint and bearskins. As they venture farther into the forest, Frank tumbles into a waterfall and Joe finds himself teetering on the edge of dangerous rapids.   Add all that to the black bears prowling the forest, and the boys aren’t sure if they’ll make it out alive!

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Lost in the woods... Bayport High's Green Environment Conservation Club is camping on Black Bear Mountain. Not only does the mountain live up to its name — the fierce, furry animals are everywhere — but rumor has it that a madman lurks in the nearby forest, and the crazy dude has a penchant for feasting on human flesh.
 

When the campers wake up, however, not only do they find a bear roaming the campsite, but their teacher is missing . . . and blood is streaked across his tent. Frank and Joe go in search of him, only to find themselves hunted by an ax-wielding man in face paint and bearskins. As they venture farther into the forest, Frank tumbles into a waterfall and Joe finds himself teetering on the edge of dangerous rapids.
 

Add all that to the black bears prowling the forest, and the boys aren’t sure if they’ll make it out alive!

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Author Bio: Franklin W. Dixon

Author Bio: Franklin W. Dixon

Franklin W. Dixon is a pen name used by a variety of authors writing for the classic series the Hardy Boys. The first and most well-known "Franklin W. Dixon" was Leslie McFarlane, a Canadian author who contributed ninteen of the first twenty-five books in the series. Other writers who have adopted the pseudonym include Christopher Lampton, John Button, Amy McFarlane, and Harriet Stratemeyer Adams.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Runtime: 2.90
Audience: Adult
Language: English