SQUATCH [NOOK Book]

Overview

In the 10 years since the advent of the 21st. century, what was supposed to go away had remained. Bigfoot, Sasquatch, or Yeti sightings had not decreased, but were still being reported at an ever-increasing rate. Today, with everyone having cameras on their phones, the digital pictures, though of poor quality, had continued to plague the press and investigators.

The same was true of the U.F.O. phenomenon which was even older and researched ...
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SQUATCH

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Overview

In the 10 years since the advent of the 21st. century, what was supposed to go away had remained. Bigfoot, Sasquatch, or Yeti sightings had not decreased, but were still being reported at an ever-increasing rate. Today, with everyone having cameras on their phones, the digital pictures, though of poor quality, had continued to plague the press and investigators.

The same was true of the U.F.O. phenomenon which was even older and researched more in the nineteen sixties by more credible investigators; the U.S. Government with Project Blue Book was supposed to come to some kind of conclusion of this age-old malady.

Many new concepts and theories are emerging as to the connectivity between these two phenomena and others, and an overall feeling has developed among many researchers that in some Parallel-Universe way, they are all connected!

I find it somewhat amusing that any academically trained scientist, whether it is in Zoology, Biology, Astronomy or Physics is immediately stymied by his colleagues when at some juncture he wavers from the accepted “norm”, in evaluating and theorizing an incident which defies known “laws”, and wanders into the metaphysical or paranormal climes to postulate his interpretation.

The following is a fictional account about an encounter with unknown entities in Oregon State, Mount Hood to be exact. The characters are fictional and the story line mine. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead is purely coincidental. This also applies to locations and incidents.

I would also like to inform you that the material contained herein may be vulgar and offensive at times. This happens when three men, go out to find and hunt down, with much apprehension, what they locally and jovially refer to as a SQUATCH.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014322492
  • Publisher: R.S. Lehner
  • Publication date: 3/10/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 580 KB

Meet the Author

I enjoy the idea of creating mystic and questioning tales that inspire others to peer into the possibilities.
Writing is a way of opening doors that would remain closed without it. To see a thought brought to light on paper and then continuing on is a perfect example of fulfilled expression.
My interests include; Anthropology,Paranormal,Bigfoot,Ghosts and UFOs. There's a lot on my plate that needs to be shared. Writing allows me to do just that and to that end I am grateful.
I have three books available on Amazon;

Beckoning
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005H7PZT2

SQUATCH
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0064D1YN4

Creature from Crex Meadow
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004Z8820S
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 12, 2012

    Following the likes of the new "Invisible College"-the

    Following the likes of the new "Invisible College"-these ideas compel the reader to re-consider their present understanding of what seems the "acceptable" view of most Cryptozoologists. By it's very nature, the reality of the Paranormal eludes most common conceptions and presents some disturbing correlations between the seemingly mundane UFO sighting and the alleged Bigfoot encounters. Added to this the time/space factors and you are in for the ride of your life. Whether you are really into the suggested conclusions of this read or not, you will walk away with a new sense of the possibilities that they are indeed all related.
    Too many authors are opening up this idea, which dates back to the early 60's and remains an ongoing puzzle; not only in the lack of physical evidence, but also in the idea or concept of Sasquatch being a real and therefore physical manifestation. It could be a grand illusion and non-physical manifestation of alien intrusion and what some have called a strictly Religious matter. Our so-called exorcisms of devilish entities may simply be keyed to our inability to understand the true nature of the phenomena. If such is the case, many more hours will have to be spent in research and development.
    The real question may not be the physical reality of the Bigfoot, rather the psychological ramifications of its being included in our consciousness. The same can also apply to the UFO controversy that pervades the deeply rooted concept of self-actualization; being the real enemy. What we think or perceive to be real, may in fact be anything but. Too many questions arise the deeper one goes into this baffling malady and more open-mindedness must prevail if we are to go forward.
    I highly recommend this interpretation.

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