Do Abominable Snowmen of America Really Exist?
Do Abominable Snowmen of America Really Exist?
Do Abominable Snowmen of America Really Exist?

Do Abominable Snowmen of America Really Exist?

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By: Roger Patterson
ISBN: 978-0-88839-079-0
Binding: Trade Paper 
Size: 8.5" X 5.5"
Pages: 182
Photos: 0
Illustrations: 50
Publication Date: 2018

Description

In the vast unexplored regions of America exists a living breathing reminder of prehistoric days. He has several names: "Giant Hairy Ape," "Bigfoot," and "Sasquatch." He is the counterpart of the Himalayan "Yeti" or "Abominable Snowman."Yes, there does exist an American Abominable Snowman; he is not a myth or a hoax.Come with me as we seek out the facts about this twentieth-century mystery. Come with me as we travel a rugged road into the unknown a road that will take us from the campfires of Indians and mountain men to the pages of a modern newspaper a road so charged with excitement and steeped in mystery that you'll never forget one exciting mile of the journey.

Author Biography

Roger Patterson was no ordinary filmmaker, he managed to film a shaky 60 second film of a 'Bigfoot' - the creature that the Native Americans call Sasquatch. Patterson was a well respected rodeo rider. During the 1960s he developed an interest in the Bigfoot an unknown creature seen for years in California, Orgeon and Washington, writing a small self-published book. Patterson and his friend Bob Gimlin became famous for their well known Patterson-Gimlin film of a purported Bigfoot/Sasquatch in Bluff Creek, California. Patterson died in 1972, spending every penny he made from the film continuing his search for the creature.

Book Reviews

Roger Patterson's book is a great read with some historic accounts recounted. It is a great piece of work to have on my book shelf, especially knowing that this author is the only one to have ever filmed what is probably a Bigfoot in the forest of Bluff Creek, CA. I would highly suggest this book for anyone interested in the subject of Bigfoot. -- Amazon Reviewer