In Search of SasquatchSasquatch, also known as Bigfoot, is considered a cryptid--a creature of cryptozoology. What is cryptozoology? According to author and cryptozoologist Loren Coleman, it is the study of creatures not formally recognized by traditional science. It is the quest to understand eyewitness observations that simply cannot be proven via ordinary channels. Coined by French-born zoologist Dr. Bernard Heuvelmans in the 1960s, the term "cryptozoology" is based on the Greek word "kryptos," which means "hidden." It's a perfect definition for a sometimes imperfect set of scientific goals. Why imperfect? Because "hidden" animals are hard to find, hard to believe ...
An introduction to animal creatures shrouded in mystery and controversy, including Bigfoot, the Kraken, and the Loch Ness monster.
What is Sasquatch? Thousands of people believe in it. Hundreds say they have seen it. But themystery of Sasquatch has not been solved . . .Sasquatch, also known as Bigfoot, is a cryptid—a creature of cryptozoology. Cryptozoology is the study of creatures not recognized by traditional science, and it is the quest to understand things that cannot be proven via ordinary channels. Kelly Milner Halls interviews cryptozoologists, linguistics experts, anthropologists, biologists, and regular people like us who have seen, heard, or maybe stumbled across evidence leading them to believe that Sasquatch is real. Serious Sasquatch seekers are as skeptical as unbelievers. They are not out to collect great stories. They are out to put together facts. The difference is, they are willing to keep an open mind. Do you believe in Sasquatch?
Rusty Wilson’s the kind of guy that if he sees you in town, he’ll buy you lunch. But since Rusty’s rarely in town, instead of buying you lunch, he’d like to give you a huge bargain price on a few of his stories so you can sample the crazy and mysterious world of Bigfoot. These great stories were collected by Rusty from his flyfishing clients around the campfire—and they’re stories you’ll never forget—even if you’d like to!This little ebook has three new tales and two bonus ones from Rusty’s previous books, plus a special sample from a cool Bigfoot mystery—all in all, the equivalent of a 60-page print book.So, even though Rusty’s trying to be generous here, read only if you dare! Or if you want to jump in with both feet and get his full-length books, Rusty has books available as ebooks and also as print books, just do a search on Rusty Wilson Bigfoot. And check out his blog at http://rustybigfoot.blogspot.com/, which also has links to his books.