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When Bigfoot Attacks Paperback – June 13, 2011
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There are some extremely interesting stories from all corners of the globe dealing with large hairy homids that may or may not have any relation to Bigfoot. I believe anyone interested in the crypto field will find this book interesting.
Newton presents an entirely plausible theory of a predatory type of Sasquatch that's got a taste for human protein. He documents Native American legend and lore from North and South America. Then he goes one step farther and presents dozens and dozens of reports and legends about Bigfoot-like creatures from around the world.
Some of Newton's reports deserve pondering and a closer look:
One report clearly validates and supports Mary Green's account of her habituation experiences in Kentucky.
Another report is about a hairy man captured in the Soviet Union during WWII that sweated profusely. Sweating, to me, indicates a human.
Next there is the North American Native American tale of a Sasquatch who is spurned by her male human mate (captured). She then proceeds to tear apart their progeny. Newton documents that this legend has also been retained by South American Native Americans as well, only the spurned Sasquatch is male and the captured mate is a female. The children were also killed by the Bigfoot.
But there is one major glaring absence in Newton's compilation. Newton's fails to discuss fellow British author H.G. Wells' fictional `Morlocks'.
Wells' Bigfoot-type predators in `The Time Machine' are grey hair covered, ape-like, underground living creatures that ranch humans for food. The `Morlocks" are not included in the United Kingdom section.
Buy "When Bigfoot Attacks" anyway. Some of the information has been widely reported elsewhere. But much of Newton's book includes new reports and old information looked at in a new way.
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