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Silent Invasion: The Pennsylvania UFO-Bigfoot Casebook Paperback – October 30, 2010
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To speak honestly and from my heart, I read all those UFO bigfoot books in the seventies and some were poorly written but others were well researched as the 2 books by Loren Coleman and co-author Jerome Clark, circa 1970's. (The Unidentified, Creatures from the Outer Edge)
I for one felt Mr. Gordon documented events as thoroughly as possible and even if he didn't have all the info, at least even the smallest stories were revealed, however unbelievable you may find them. This book is chock full of first hand research, not arm chair suppositions. I can barely wait to read about Mr. Gordon's further research.
this rates up there with the best along with Lyle Blackburn's The Beast of Boggy Creek.
I found it interesting that the "Bigfoot" that people were seeing is different from the ones many are currently encountering all across the U.S. That one had pointed ears, a three-toe footprint, noticeable fangs and a howl like a baby crying. Sad to say, many Pennsylvanians decided to shoot at it even though in no instance did it try to hurt us. This book is a fascinating account of a truth stranger than fiction.
I would recommend this to anyone. I would certainly like to see a sequence of this book bringing the reader up to date on his sightings, witnesses , and what he finds. This case histories leaves this conductor in the dark..what is next. We need more to come.