Wednesday, March 10 2010 @ 08:33 PM PST
Never before have so many resources been researched and consulted on the phenomenon, nor have so many associated photographs been published under one cover. The author Chris Murphy and his associates, all active sasquatch researchers, produced the work to accompany an extraordinary exhibit at the Vancouver Museum, Vancouver British Columbia in the summer of 2004.
While the last chapter on Sasquatch has yet to be written, here is the full story of what we know about the creature to date. The supplemental information contributed by other researcher, scientists, artists and technicians makes this a unique publication.
Meet the Sasquatch is the encyclopedia about the Sasquatch. The level and quality of research and photographic coverage will amaze both the believers and skeptics alike. Chris Murphy, John Green and Thomas Steenburg have published many papers and over a dozen books on this topic.
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.
It is the most information to be found in one volume on the subject and surpasses everything in this market niche for quality. This over-sized volume contains 239 pages packed with photographs, maps, charts, illustrations, reproductions of book covers, newspaper articles, protective ordinances, stamps, and much more.
Chris Murphy has produced a unique masterpiece with this book. He lights a fire within your heart and mind for more input about Sasquatch. Then he offers you dozens of ways to acquire more.
Murphy's writing style is conversational to the point that you begin to feel like you know him personally as a close friend. He manages to translate the most advanced scientific terminology into easy to understand language and explains complex procedures in a way that almost anyone can readily comprehend.
Christopher L. Murphy retired in 1994 after 36-years service with the British Columbia Telephone Company (now Telus). During his career, he authored four books on business processes and after retirement taught a night school course on vendor quality management at the British Columbia Institute of Technology.
An avid philatelist, Chris has authored several books on Masonic Philately. He is president of the Masonic Stamp Club of New York. Chris met René Dahinden in 1993 and then worked with René in producing posters from the Patterson/Gimlin film and marketing Sasquatch footprint casts.
In 1996, Chris re-published Roger Patterson’s book, Do Abominable Snowmen of America Really Exist?, and Fred Beck’s book, I Fought the Ape-men of Mt. St. Helens. In 1997, Chris published Bigfoot in Ohio: Encounters with the Grassman
, a book he authored with Joedy Cook and George Clappison of the Ohio Bigfoot Research and Study Group.
In 2000 Chris embarked on a project to assemble a comprehensive doctorial presentation on the Sasquatch. This initiative led to the 2004 Sasquatch exhibit at the Vancouver Museum, British Columbia and this publication.
Book info here: http://www.hancockhouse.com/products/meesas.htm
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