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by Christopher L. Murphy,John Green,Thomas Steenburg

  • Author: Christopher L. Murphy,John Green,Thomas Steenburg
  • ISBN: 0888395736
  • ISBN13: 978-0888395733
  • ePub: 1905 kb | FB2: 1798 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Hancock House Pub Ltd (September 2004)
  • Pages: 239
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 297
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Meet the Sasquatch ePub download

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by Christopher L. ISBN-13: 978-0888395733. Meet the Sasquatch is something as unusual as a well-written, informative, and serious book about the Bigfoot/Sasquatch phenomenon, filled with both photographs and illustrations, most of them in color. In a way, think of this book as a Greatest Hits collection of everything regarding that allusive primate which is said to roam the American landscape.

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by John Willison Green, Thomas Steenburg, Christopher L. Murphy. A highly illustrated presentation on the main findings related to Sasquatch or Bigfoot creatures. The work traces the possible existence of these creatures from early references found in First Nations art to present day sightings and encounters.

Meet the Sasquatch is an encyclopedia of information about a creature known as Sasquatch, or Bigfoot. The book was prepared in conjunction with a sasquatch exhibit (provided by the authors) held at the Vancouver Museum, British Columbia, Canada, in 2004. There have been thousands of sasquatch sightings, as well as hundreds of casts made of their footprints, through the years in North America

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A highly illustrated presentation on the main findings related to Sasquatch or Bigfoot creatures. The work traces the possible existence of these creatures from early references found in First Nations art to present day sightings and encounters.
Longitude Temporary
Really well organized and presented. Quality of print is very good.
Era
too technical - with questionable sources - difficult read - low entertainment value
Matty
"Meet the Sasquatch" is a great summary of most of what's known about the Sasquatch phenomenon to date. It is a good compilation of "classic" stories, native American lore and many types of evidence. The pictures are fantastic and the book is jammed with them. Anyone who is a fan of the genre will not find a lot of new information that hasn't been published before, but there are some very interesting tidbits, and a lot of new information on the people who have done the most compelling research through the years, with many personal anecdotes from the author and his interactions with them. I highly recommend the book, especially for those who are just getting into the story of Sasquatch and want to be brought up to date quickly and in an entertaining fashion.
Survivors
This is a beautiful 8.5 X 11 inch book that would be a good addition to any Bigfoot book collection. It's not so much about bigfoot encounters as just a general overview of the types of information out there on Bigfoot. The researchers, the types of evidence, early records and references, etc. An excellent beginners book about bigfoot.

Most impressive, are the beautful pictures and artwork. I bought it just for the beautiful presentation of these. I'd be proud to leave this book out on my coffee table at home. For books on Bigfoot encounters, the best two are: Bigfoot Across America by Philip L. Rife (in America) and In Search of Giants by Thomas Steenburg (Canada)
Mitynarit
Meet the Sasquatch is something as unusual as a well-written, informative, and serious book about the Bigfoot/Sasquatch phenomenon, filled with both photographs and illustrations, most of them in color. In a way, think of this book as a Greatest Hits collection of everything regarding that allusive primate which is said to roam the American landscape.

It's a book larger than your standard paperback, but that's fortunate, considering all the photographs and illustrations. All three authors are experienced and recognized Bigfoot researchers, and the book is based on a Bigfoot exhibit put on display at Vancouver Museum during the summer of 2004.

If you choose to purchase this book - and anyone with a serious interest shouldn't hesitate for a second to do so - you'll be treated with, among other things, the many plaster casts made from footprints over the years, an extremely thorough analysis of the Patterson/Gimlin movie shot at Bluff Creek, California, reconstructions made by anthropologists of what the body of a Bigfoot might look like, introductions to some of the top names in contemporary Bigfoot research together with some of the pioneers, how this creature has been portrayed in myths and legends among the native Americans, and much more.

And that's pretty much all I can say about Meet the Sasquatch. If you find the subject fascinating I cannot tell you any reason as for why you shouldn't purchase this book.
energy breath
Photos abound. Some good (never before released historical images), most so-so (been published a hundred times over in other venues), none outstanding. The text is a constant barrage of appeals to Native American legends as being authoritative accounts of a real species, completely unsubstantiated speculation (such as the skull structure of the figure in Patterson's famous 1967 film), and heaping of gratuitous praise on the mootley crop of "Bigfoot Researchers" that have kept generations of monster buffs entertained.

Author Chris Murphy has no apparent training in biology, anthropology, or primatology, but he doesn't let this get in the way of speculating about aspects of all 3 fields (and more) as he pleads with the reader to believe in Bigfoot. This seems especially disingenuous since a mere decade before he was claiming the exact opposite and using equally faulty logic to prove that the Patterson film was a hoax. Clearly, he sensed a buck to be made by "switching teams" and is now a cheerleader for Bigfoot. Hey, more power to him.

The book works well as a scrapbook for Bigfoot fans like me. Just don't expect anything new or informative out of it.
Tygrarad
I received this book in August 2004, and read it in 4 days. The pictures in the book are excellent, over 600 of them. Some of the things covered in this book are the old Indian Legends, including a look at the Yokut Indian tribe's "Hairy Man" legend by Kathy Moskowitz; the classic encounters with Sasquatch by such men as Albert Ostman, Fred Beck, William Roe and others; the Patterson/Gimlin film, with Cibachrome prints photos shown; other evidence such as hair, footprints, handprints, the Skookum Cast, sounds and possible nesting areas of the Sasquatch; the Washington state environmental atlas entry, as well as the law in Skamania County, Washington, prohibiting the killing of a Sasquatch; tributes to different researchers, such as John Green, the late Rene Dahinden and Grover Krantz, Bob Titmus, Daniel Perez, Ray Crowe, Richard Noll and several others; and the Russian Almasty and the Yeti. This book is highly-recommended to those even with a casual interest in the subject. The book can be purchased from [...] for [...] (softcover edition); [...] (hardcover signed edition) and [...] (leatherbound signed edition).
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