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Praise For the Hairy Man: The Secret Life of Bigfoot
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Number of Pages: 260
Publication Date: 2013-11-22
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John A. Keel
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Popular FM-radio personalities Jeffery Pritchett and Andy Colvin recently invited a number of prominent Bigfoot researchers onto their wild and woolly New Orleans radio show, "The Church of Mabus," in order to get a handle on the controversial Bigfoot scene. "Praise For the Hairy Man: The Secret Life of Bigfoot" is the result of their intensive two-year examination.
Using a simple “10 Questions” interview format, the authors provide a useful snapshot of this burgeoning field of research. In these colorful discussions, Pritchett and Colvin – who have both seen strange "things" themselves – ask the difficult questions point-blank, yet delicately extract many secrets about the elusive creature from researchers like Dr. Jeff Meldrum, Sali Sheppard-Wolford, Kewaunee Lapseritis, Barton Nunnelly, Jeffery Wells, Lyle Blackburn, David Paulides, Christopher Munch, Nick Redfern, Christopher Noël, Brent Raynes, Ross Hamilton, Freeman Young, W.R. Matts, Stacy Brown, Jack Barnes, Julie Scott, and the Bigfoot Chicks.
But this book is more than just an overview. Pritchett and Colvin also deliver extended, free-form interviews with groundbreaking investigators such as Ken Gerhard, Stan Gordon, Dave Coleman, Thom Powell, Kathy Strain, Ardy Sixkiller Clarke, Thomas Hughes, and Jim Marrs, taking the reader into uncharted realms of Sasquatch high-strangeness: the Bigfoot-UFO connection; the Bigfoot-Mothman connection; the possible role of ancient aliens in the genetic history of the Yeti; the sex habits of Sasquatch; reports of Bigfoot telepathy, shapeshifting, and flight; the “pro-kill vs. no-kill” debate; the widespread Native American belief in Sasquatch; and the controversies surrounding Bigfoot DNA – whether or not the Hairy Man should be recognized as an endangered species. The result is a mind-expanding, one-of-a-kind collection of oral history that dares to go where no other Bigfoot book has gone.
This special 2016 edition of "Praise for the Hairy Man" features a dozen interesting photographs from Bigfoot history, as well as a beautiful cover image by Bigfoot experiencer Bobby Beausoleil, former member of the Manson Family.
"Opens your mind without your brain falling out..." –Jim Marrs, "The View From Marrs"
“An entertaining romp through Bigfoot land…” –Ted Torbich, "The Stench of Truth"
“Keep your head above water, if you can!” –Greg Carlwood, "The Higher Side Chats"
“An intimate look at the world's sexiest beast…” –Adam Gorightly, "Untamed Dimensions"
“Purr…” –Tessa B. Dick, "Ancient of Days"