Searching for Sasquatch: Crackpots, Eggheads, and Cryptozoology (Palgrave Studies in the History of Science and Technology)The first academic study of this subject is an entertaining look at the search for Sasquatch which considers not just the nature of monsters and monster hunting in the late 20th century, but the more important relationship between the professional scientists and amateur naturalists who hunt them―and their place in the history of science.
This blind is a perfect fit for just about anything you hunt. Providing great cover in both tall grasslands, as well as wooded areas, this blind is versatile and mobile if you need to pick up and move quickly. Using our BIGFOOT Camouflage pattern, it provides great concealment! Whether you're hunting fowl, deer, or other big game this blind is the answer you're looking for!This Tepee blind has plenty of space at 68 inches square and is 78 inches tall.Quick and easy deployment Stand up or use a shooting chair Provides for a dry comfortable shelter Anchors included to prevent it from being blown away in high winds Great for Nature photographers looking to get close to their subjects! BIGFOOT Camo's Tepee Blind 68 Square x 78 Tall, 150D with shadow guardEdge relief Window tie-downs Backpack carrying case
From the most ancient time of human existence, stories of strange man-animals have been passed down in legends and myth. These stories have been told in all parts of the world, and are remarkably similar. How could such stories be created, and why? Could the collective unconscious memory of humanity hold within it lurking shadows of creatures we once knew? Creatures that today exist only as legend and myth-could there be more-is there more? Fossil records firmly establish that once there did exist a giant ape-like creature called Gigantopithecus. Scientists have determined that this ape-like creature was between 10 and 12 feet in height and weighed approximately 1,200 pounds. This creature actually did exist, but no one really knows much more about about it other than its weight and height, and no one knows anything about its behavioral characteristics. Could it have been the ancestor to the sasquatch of today? no one really knows-nor does it matter. The simple fact that such creatures did exist at one time makes the possibility of ape-like giants existing today real. "Notes From the Field, Tracking North America's sasquatch" is a study into this issue, it covers ancient descriptions from different parts of the wotld and tracks this creature to modern times and discusses recent field discoveries.
Hunting Self-Climbing Tree Stand With Pivoting Rifle RestTSC-25DESCRIPTION:BRAND NEW 2011 MODEL Tree Climber Stand Pivoting Rifle Rest 21 3/4 WideFit Tree's from 9-19Bigfoot Camouflage pattern 19 X 16 diameter EVA foam padded seat with 26L X 14 Width backrest Sit and stand to the desired level 300 lb weight limit 1/4 Inch foam in front rail sleeves for comfort Large foot rest platform: 35 Length X 19 3/4WidthSteel construction Collapses quickly for easy transport Back pack straps Weighs 28 lbs. WHATS INCLUDED:Foot Platform 20 Width X 22 LengthPivoting Rifle RestBigfoot Camouflage pattern 19 X 16 diameter EVA foam padded seat with 26L X 14 Width backrest 15 Length x 1 3/4 Width Rifle Rest Pad with Cover(2) 1/8 Inch foam rail sleeves with covers (7width x 9 1/2 Length)(2) Backpack Straps(2) Ratchet Straps(6) Seat Buckles(4) Quick Clips(2) WrenchesBoot Strap Rope InstructionsWARNING: Never use this or any other tree stand without a safety harness! Failure to do so may result in serious injury or even death. Many hunters now use multiple hunting stands and already have a full body safety harness. To prevent each hunter from having multiple safety harnesses and to keep this stands price to a minimum, we do not include a safety harness. However, we will add it at cost if you do not have one (purchase within our store). By purchasing this tree stand, you are agreeing to use a safety harness while climbing to your stand or sitting in the stand! Never consume alcohol or drugs while using this product! Never climb a tree with a gun, use a rope instead to raise your unloaded weapon with the lever/ chamber open!