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BigFoot - The Human Myth
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
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Tuesday, June 23, 2009
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Join Don Keating Wednesday night at 9 p.m. eastern time, 6 p.m. pacific time as he interviews two paranormal investigators. They are Jeff Belanger and Matt Moniz of New England.
Both men have worked extensively conducting paranormal investigations and have also worked with well known paranormal folks such as and of " ".
Jeff and Matt have recently started their own paranormal Internet TV show. It is called "30 Odd Minutes" It airs live Thursday nights at 8 p.m. eastern time and may be seen at www.30oddminutes. com If you miss the live feed you may access the archived shows on the web site. Thus far three episodes have been filmed.
I weill be interviewing Jeff and Matt regarding their new show as well as some of their past paranormal research. Join Don Keating at 9 p.m. at www.blogtalkradio. com/sasquatch_ triangle for the show. The chat room will open at 8:45 p.m. You may phone in your questions or comments to . Join us as we talk to Jeff Belanger and Matt Moniz Wednesday night at 9 p.m on The Sasquatch Triangle Show.
Tribal Bigfoot - Book Review Review by Bobbie Short
June 23, 2009
I am into a new book titled 'Tribal Bigfoot' by Dave Paulides and Harvey Pratt.
I haven't quite finished it because I keep going back over previously read pages to more deeply absorb something NEW that I didn't know from their previous work, 'The Hoopa Project.' In fact, this reading has caused me to pick up the 'Hoopa Project' twice to reread and make visual comparisons with some of the images that have crossed my desk over a 24-year period of time. With only one exception, Harvey Pratt's images are a startling reminder of my own experiences, but also I see a consistency in his facial reconstructions that mirror many of the descriptions by my informants, especially details heretofore given little attention. It is an absolute thrill to finally see the human aspect in print. The book is definitely a positive foot forward for research.
Good grief what a fascinating read. If you think for one minute that there is nothing to be gained by reading their second book, think again; the ground these two men and the NABS team have covered certainly demonstrates exceptional investigative skills, an art form few in research have been trained in, least of all me, and certainly above and beyond those skills I�ve seen demonstrated by individuals schooled in the anthropological disciplines. Paulides's approach is new, he�s thorough, innovative and best of all he's objective; the man knows his craft. This read is exciting and it's been a long time coming.
Too much time and focus has been leveled in the quest for points found in track-ways and Sasquatch footprints that lends little to a significant push forward in research. This book, on the other hand, continues the author's move to place a wider focus on our Native American friends, their findings and what their oral historic teachings have brought to the table. How many times in this reading have I stopped and said to myself, 'the Native Americans and the First Nation Canadians I�ve interviewed have been (apparently) right all along; my God, the hours and dollars invested that have been wasted chasing deadends by the ape theorists!!' For the better part of 24 years I've stood alone in my assessment that what I have seen is human and how many times have I proclaimed that if a Sasquatch walked into my trauma unit, I would fully expect to give it all modern medicine allows, not veterinary medicine. We are not dealing with a dumb ape.
For me, these two books were a long time coming and I am absorbing Paulides's new material like a sponge. Pratt's ability to capture the fundamental nature of the forms their witnesses have given him in his images is breath-taking and often a cause for reflection. Paulides's investigative techniques I have not seen since Jim Hewkin, Jack Sullivan and Joel Hardin exited the Bigfoot arena; his ability for presenting his work in readable form is of course, an additional gift.
People, 'Tribal Bigfoot' is a brilliant work; I stand applauding this new release, which has literally knocked my socks off. It is just the breath of fresh air needed in research. The book is listed on www.amazon.com but is marked, 'out of stock.' I see Dave Hancock has this new release listed here: http://www.hancockhouse.com/products/tribig.htm
Let me encourage you to read this one!
I just finished reading Tribal Bigfoot by David Paulides. This new book is AWESOME WONDERFUL A+++, definitely a great sequel to the Hoopa Project, full of historical & new & old sightings from California & elsewhere in the USA. The eyewitnesses' sketches are awesome, very detailed. This book is very mind blowing, exciting, it makes ya cry in a great way. Both David Paulides & Harvey Pratt did an awesome job on this new huge book about Bigfoot-Sasquatch. That's my book review.
Fascinating, if flawed skeptical book
This book, written by a PBS documentary maker, takes an interesting tack on the skeptical side of the Bigfoot phenomenon-McLeod goes into the writing with the premise that Bigfoot is all either a hoax or misidentification or misinterpretation, and that the Patterson/Gimlin Film was a hoax due to Patterson being supposedly so obsessed with Bigfoot that he wanted the story to continue by faking a film. McLeod also gives a bit too much credit to Ray Wallace and his obviously hoaxed tracks and seems to think hoaxing of tracks and sightings goes back many years, even before Wallace. McLeod includes many interviews he conducted with several figures in the Bigfoot world, including Rene Dahinden, Peter Byrne, John Green, Bob Gimlin, Larry Lund and even Ray Wallace himself. He also talks to several rangers and other non-Bigfoot-related figures who are kind of on the periphery in that they have had strange sightings reported to them. McLeod concludes the book with a trip into the Bluff Creek drainage with a fellow named Jay who was there on the road-construction crew that Wallace ran. One interesting note (which may or may not be BS on Jay's part)-Jay claims that he never saw anyone camped in the Bluff Creek area around the time before or after the P/G Film was shot; he says that no one was there in 1967 from March to Thanksgiving, when he says he was there. Again, it is an interesting tidbit, but that does not make it true. I would give this book a 3 1/2 stars out of 5. It's a good read, no question about it. I do recommend it, even with reservations.