Nick Redfern, who has a new book about high security facilities, undergound bases and secret off-limits areas coming out next month (see Keep Out!), reviews the just published book by Richard Freeman of the Centre for Fortean Zoology (CFZ), from the organization's in-house publishing arm, that details what's known about the elusive creature some refer to as Sumatra's Bigfoot. Redfern lets Freeman speak for himself about the relatively diminutive Sumatran biped, the subject of Orang-Pendek: Sumatra's Forgotten Ape, and Jon Downes, Director of the CFZ, expounds on the new book's qualities, too. Freeman has been a member of several CFZ expeditions to Sumatra in search of the elusive creature many believe is the most likely cryptid to next be proven to exist. Elsewhere, the location of filming that took place in 1967 that has produced the arguable key piece of Bigfoot proof has reportedly been pinpointed, as Steven Streufert explains in Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot Film Site Rediscovered! Will the site become a Bigfoot tourism Mecca? Meanwhile, Loren Coleman calls on the words of Tony Harmsworth who has written about the alleged 1934 collision between Arthur Grant, riding his motorbike, and the best-known cryptid in the world, leading to the doubts expressed in Was Arthur Grant's Nessie Encounter Fact or Fiction? Also, the head of the CFZ faces the microphone in the video footage presented as Lee Fallows Interviews Jon Downes at UnCon.