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Kickstart The Paranormal Forces CRYPTID COMMAND!

Following in the footsteps of the successful “Sasquatch Brigade” Kickstarter campaign, artist George Coghill launches his newest paranormal embroidered patch set, the “Cryptid Command“. The campaign launched on October 1, 2015 and will end on October 31.

Featuring three military-inspired patch designs with Bigfoot, Nessie and UFOs as the theme, the Cryptid Command brings together these creatures of land, sea and air as one force.

The campaign reward merchandise will also feature a membership card in the “Paranormal Forces” with exclusive customization available during the campaign only.

Stretch goals (bonus items unlocked when the campaign reaches certain financial milestones), include additional embroidered patch designs, PVC emblems and dog tags, as well as stickers, magnets and window clings featuring the art from the campaign.

Coghill is also offering pledge rewards of original paranormal art, themed to the campaign. Bigfoot, Nessie and UFO/Alien artwork at multiple sizes and pledge amounts.

Coghill’s precious campaign, “Sasquatch Brigade”, was funded successfully by over 425 backers pledging over $12,000 to make the campaign a success.

Pledges start as low as $1.

Learn more and pledge now at CryptidCommand.com/Kickstarter
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