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Academic & Professional Books  Natural History  Cryptozoology

Wildman!: The Monstrous and Mysterious Saga of the 'British Bigfoot'

By: Nick Redfern(Author)
295 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations
Wildman!: The Monstrous and Mysterious Saga of the 'British Bigfoot'
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  • Wildman!: The Monstrous and Mysterious Saga of the 'British Bigfoot' ISBN: 9781909488045 Paperback Nov 2012 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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In Search of a British Man-Beast: The huge forests of the United States are home to Sasquatch. The Abominable Snowman roams the Himalayas. Australia has a similar beast, the Yowie. In China there lurks a giant, bipedal creature called the Yeren. From the Caucasus Mountains in Eurasia stories of the Almas circulate. And then there's the highly controversial matter of Bigfoot in Britain. For years, Nick Redfern has been on the trail of this mystifying monster of the British kind – one that provokes fear, amazement and controversy whenever it rears its horrific, hairy head. The Shug-Monkey, the Beast of Bolam, the Big Grey Man, the Man-Monkey, and the Wild Man of Orford are just a few of its many names.

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By: Nick Redfern(Author)
295 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations
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