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Bigfoot: Encounters Past To Present Daniel Pérez

Bigfoot: Encounters Past To Present

Daniel Pérez

Published February 14th 2012
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Kindle Edition
113 pages
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Bigfoot: Encounters Past To Present is an absolute must read for the young adult wanting more information on Bigfoot from an unbiased source. It starts with the famous 1884 case of Jacko from British Columiba and moves through over 100 year to theMoreBigfoot: Encounters Past To Present is an absolute must read for the young adult wanting more information on Bigfoot from an unbiased source. It starts with the famous 1884 case of Jacko from British Columiba and moves through over 100 year to the present with another fascinating case, a witness sees a Bigfoot near McMinnville, Oregon. Some cases presented in this work are well known while others are barely known to a few. Profusely illustrated by renowned Illinois artist Steven DeMarco. This work, written by a well known Bigfoot investigator and researcher Daniel Perez, the editor and publisher of the monthly newsletter, Bigfoot Times, seeks to educate young adults by presenting a completely unbiased viewpoints into well known cases, such as the Skookum Bigfoot body casting from the year 2000. Was it really a Bigfoot, as many have insisted? OR something else? You be the judge. We just lay the information on the table and educate the reader as to what is possible and what is probably and what is very unlikely. In fact, two cases presented in this -must have Bigfoot book have proven to be...beyond all doubt... hoaxes. You will also find key words underlined such as primate and controversial which have a full definition in the glossary. The book has a very useful index, a section frequently asked questions (FAQs), a map of where the discussed incidents took place, photo credits and beautiful full color illustrations. The writing gives you the details of the case but the illustrations takes you there from a visual point of view. Many of the cases have been investigated first hand by the author of the book. How many other Bigfoot authors can honestly make that claim?