posted on Oct, 13 2014 @ 06:20 PM
originally posted by: coven83
David Paulides is a former detective and has written a few. He just released one called "Missing 411". It is more about unexplained disappearances
in national parks, but is a very good read. His earlier works all had to do directly with BF. A google search should yield the names of this earlier
Yeah, Paulides also wrote "Hoopa Project" and "Tribal Bigfoot", both excellent bigfoot books. You can buy them on nabigfootsearch.com. What I like
about them is that they're entirely based on fact, evidence, and witness testimony, and written by a former police detective in a fashion you'd
expect from such a person. He even had a very accomplished forensic sketch artist do professional sketches of sasquatches from witness
As for the Missing 411 books, Paulides won't directly come out and claim a connection between sasquatches and people disappearing in national parks,
as his main goal was simply to provide factual reporting of disappearances. However, in reading the books, it is clear that in many cases this is
probably what happened.
The only other book I've read was called "Enoch" by Autumn Williams, but it may or may not be entirely fictional. It's about a guy who supposedly
befriended a sasquatch in Florida and tells all these wild stories about his interactions with them.