Sasquatch Tales: Woodbooger’s Woods

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Feb 242017
 

Sasquatch Tales: Woodbooger’s Woods 
By Dana Lynd

I love it when people think outside the box, and there is not doubt that author Dana Lynd did just that when coming up with the idea for Sasquatch Tales: Woodbooger’s Woods.  

The book shares an account of a family’s camping trip to the woods.  Knocks are heard, a footprint is found, but not much really comes from the events.  When the end of the book is reached, the reader is instructed to turn the book over and backwards, and then to read the book again.  This time it is presented from the eyes of a sasquatch watching the family on their camping trip.  

The book is an excellent example of perspectives in storytelling, and with a sasquatch as a silent protagonist, it would certainly be a favorite in the classroom or at home.

To order the book, click the links above.  For more suggestions on bigfoot books for kids and teens, click this link

Walking With Bigfoot – A Beginner’s Field Guide to Common Trees of North America

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Feb 232017
 

Walking with Bigfoot – A Beginners Guide to Common Trees of North America 
By Sharen and Mark Mellicker

This book is a short field guide of trees in North America as seen from a walk with a family of bigfoots.  Each page has easily read, hand-written information on bigfoots, trees, or their fruits.  The language is not “dumbed-down” for young readers, giving them the real scientific terms for classifications of leaves.  A visual glossary of leaf terminology is given in the last pages of the excellent book for young naturalists/bigfooters.  

The art in this field guide is of an interesting style.  It seems to be a combination of paint, markers and collage.  This combination makes many of the features in the art pop off of the page for the reader.  It would also inspire young artists to try their hands at using these same techniques.  If any original bigfoot art is created in your home using these techniques, I’d love to see it!  Email a copy of it to me by clicking here!  

A family of bigfoots chill while you read about wild fruits of North America.

At the publisher’s website, NatureLoverBooks.com, you can find links to bigfoot information, nature art projects and more.  It’s a great resource for parents and teachers alike.  

To buy a copy of this excellent book, click this link.

Historic Bigfoot Business in Oakhurst, CA

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Feb 212017
 

Bigfoot Burger Pit

Bigfoot Drive-In Burger Pit in Oakhurst, CA

This historic photograph was found on The Studebaker Drivers Club Forum and was posted by user “kurtruk” with the following information: 

Bigfoot Drive In Burger Pit was in Oakhurst, Ca on Hwy 41. Closed in the early 1980’s. Former MLB pitcher Rudy May owned the property and was going to build another restaurant on the site but never did AFAIK. Restaurant had a few yellowed newspaper clippings, and a casting of a Bigfoot “footprint.”

What I would like to know is whatever happened to that footprint cast?  Was it a copy or an original?  Where and when was it cast?  Do any of my readers have any information on this?  If you find out anything on this, or already know something about this, please contact me!  

Chuck Rondeau Art

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Dec 212016
 

While in attendance at the recent Sasquatch Summit in Ocean Shores, WA, a talented artist named Chuck Rondeau gave me a piece of art he created.  Thank you, Chuck, for allowing me to share your art with my readers.  

Enjoy his art, and visit his page on Facebook under Chuck Rondeau, Wildlife Artist.  

New Finding Bigfoot Season Starts January 8, 2017

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Dec 142016
 

 

After a very long wait, I am very happy to announce the next season of Finding Bigfoot is scheduled to air starting January 8, 2017!  To everyone’s pleasure, we will be back on Sunday nights at 9 pm, just like old times.  

This season will feature expeditions to new locations, as well as follow-up investigations to some states we’ve been to before.  There will be a couple 2-hour episodes thrown in as well!  

Set you DVRs for Sunday night, January 8, 2017 for the 2-hour season premiere, but be sure to keep your eyes open for the ones you’ve missed leading up to the starting event!  The schedulers at Animal Planet like to do those Finding Bigfoot marathons leading up to season openers, and I wouldn’t be surprised if they do so again this year!

 

 

Creatureplicas for Squatchmas!

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Dec 132016
 

Making perfect Squatchmas gifts for the cryptozoologist in the family, Creatureplica‘s articulated action figures are now on sale for the holiday season.  All models are priced $40 and under, and between now and Friday the shipping is FREE!  This window of free shipping enables the gift to arrive safely by Squatchmas Eve.

These sculpted masterpieces are by far the best bigfoot, yeti, sasquatch, & other(s) reproductions ever made!  It’s a stretch to even refer to them as toys rather than art, but any kid under 90 years of age will love playing with them. 
 
Models now available:
North American Sasquatch
Himalayan Yeti
HorrorHound
Louisiana Rougarou
The Silverback (very limited)
The Skookum
The Ghost Wolf

To browse Creatureplica‘s selection and order today, check out their website by clicking here.  I have seen these creations sell for much higher prices than these (but never with free shipping), so don’t wait too long to order yours.  

To see more models, click this link!

SNL Gives a Nod to Finding Bigfoot

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Dec 042016
 

On the December 3, 2016 episode of Saturday Night Live, a sketch about tracking down former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had a familiar look.  The font, screen shots, and references to bigfoot all come straight from Animal Planet’s Finding Bigfoot.  Instead of whoops and knocks, the Hunting Hillary team utilized the distinctive laugh of Secretary Clinton and waited for callbacks.  

This is not the first time other shows have given a nod to Finding Bigfoot.  In 2012, South Park skewered us in their episode entitled Jewpacabra.  Soon after, Steven Colbert had the Finding Bigfoot cast members star in a comedy short on his former show, The Colbert Report.  And, of course, we have long been a favorite target on The Soup.  

Bigfoot Feature on NPR’s “Here and Now”

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Oct 262016
 

A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of being interviewed by Brian Bull, Reporter/Announcer on KLCC 89.7 FM in Eugene, OR.  As sometimes happens with public radio affiliates, the larger NPR stations picked up the story and featured it on one of the popular national shows.  In this case, the excellent show, Here and Now featured Brian’s work.  You can listen to the feature by clicking this link.