The Yowie: In Search of Australia's BigfootAustralia's most baffling zoological mystery! During the early colonial era, Australia's Aborigines often warned British settlers to beware of huge, ape-like creatures that lurked in the rugged mountains and deep forests of the island continent. Their people, they said, had been encountering the hairy horrors since time immemorial. They knew them by many names, including doolagarl, thoolagarl, jurrawarra and tjangara. Soon the colonists, too, began to experience hair-raising encounters with the hulking, foul-smelling creatures, which they referred to as "Australian apes", "yahoos" or "youries". Today, they are generally referred to as yowies. The list of ...
Further research into Middle America bigfoot sightings indicates a strong connection between bigfoot and Native Americans, and witness descriptions show a strong human likeness. The latest research from the author of the groundbreaking The Hoopa Project: Bigfoot Encounters in California named 2008 Bigfoot Book of the Year by Cryptomundo.com. Dave Paulides brings his law-enforcement investigative and analytical skills to an expanded area of research: the counties in Northern California that have reported the greatest numbers of bigfoot occurrences, and beyond to Minnesota and Oklahoma. Gaining access to many people who have never discussed their bigfoot experiences publicly before now, the author obtains intriguing details that broaden our perception of the elusive creature; and his subsequent analysis leads to the discovery of a strong and consistent link between bigfoot and the Native American community. The expert interview and artistic skills of forensic artist Harvey Pratt help to define the creatures described by the witnesses - - once again with astonishing and illuminating results. The presentation of startling new forensic evidence indicates that there truly is an as-yet-unidentified primate living in the wilds of North America, and the author hints at new data on the horizon that will finally provide the tantalizing truth about the existence of bigfoot in North America.
Expecting a nice fun filled weekend with his young grandchildren, Bill Rivers is not prepared for the chain of events that are about to take place. It starts when some one or something trespasses onto his property and goes right up to his house. Feeling like his grandchildren could be in danger, Bill sets out on an adventure to protect his family at all costs.
The escapades of the Peanut Butter Club continue in this exciting third installment of the Peanut Butter Club Mysteries. On this adventure, Abby and Josh take their four grandchildren and two friends to a northern Minnesota ski lodge called the Husky Hideaway to celebrate Christmas and to visit cousins Hannah and Basil. Soon they discover that intrigue and excitement await them there. The ski lodge has plenty of chores to keep the children busy, like chopping wood and caring for a bunch of Siberian husky race dogs. Even so, there's still time for fun. Thirteen-year-old Audrey has to make the tough decisions to keep her rambunctious twelve-year-old cousin Jenny and shy friend Missy in line. Denny Jenny's twin and his buddy Randy continue to take risks that bring them face-to-face with a big black wolf. Eight-year-old Ty is a source of delight as he and Laddie, the family dog, have one adventure after another, including a run-in with an angry bull moose. But the fun comes to a halt when the kids find out that someone is vandalizing the Husky Hideaway and trying to prevent Basil from winning the Northern Lights Sled Dog Race. Who could it be? Is the culprit Bigfoot? With good teamwork, true friendship, and some help from the adults, the Peanut Butter Club members search for clues to solve the mystery!