Hairy Humanoids from the Wild, professional review
Reviewed By Grant Leishman for Readers’ Favorite
Hairy Humanoids from the Wild – Encyclopedia of All Things Sasquatch: Disclosure of Inter-Species Communication is indeed pretty much what the title suggests, an almost encyclopedic description of human interaction with the hairy humanoids we have christened Sasquatch, Yeti, Yowie, Abominable Snowman and a host of other titles over the centuries. Author SunBôw TrueBrother has compiled a comprehensive description of the majority of famous and widely-reported contacts between humans and the hairy humanoids. The author goes much further than mere contact with the hairy humanoids. He suggests and shows in his narrative the supernatural, paranormal and otherworldly aspects of the hairy humanoid and its contact or indeed lack of contact with humans. As well as looking at all the theories, conspiracies and frauds of the past, the author attempts to present compelling evidence that hairy humanoids are not only alive and well in earth’s wilderness areas but that they are here for a reason – to set humanity back on the right track and to guide us toward some type of enlightenment.
As a mere casual observer of the Sasquatch phenomenon, I, like many readers, would be naturally cautious and wary about accepting their existence, especially given the numerous proven frauds surrounding their existence perpetrated on the public during the years. In Hairy Humanoids from the Wild, author SunBôw TrueBrother presents some compelling thoughts on the existence of the hairy humanoids and indeed their interaction with humanity. I found the detailed (yet still not exhaustive) list of recorded encounters surprising and indeed more frequent than I had ever imagined.
What I particularly liked was the willingness of the author to discount frauds on the public and especially not to easily accept reported encounters without compelling first-hand evidence. I thought it extremely telling that the author made such a clear delineation between those who seek “physical” evidence, i.e. dead Sasquatches, versus those who understand that such attempts to kill and capture them are extremely hard to procure. The second half of the narrative, where the author explores the paranormal, extra-terrestrial and somewhat magical source of the hairy humanoids was, for me, the most fascinating part of the story. As someone relatively new to this area, I would have to say that this book appears, on the surface, to be a definitive work and one I can highly recommend.
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