Friday, February 1, 2013

Impossible Visits

I've started reading a few sections of the book Impossible Visits by Christopher Noel. It is a chronicle of a few different families' first hand accounts with Sasquatch habituation sites. What I like about this book is that it is from the perspective of people who are just generally interested in the species. They are not trying to convince anyone of anything, but rather just discuss what they know. In my opinion, this gives the source more credibility. They are genuinely interested in forming a relationship and cohabiting with them, rather than getting rich off of their discoveries.

Given that, a lot of the information is a bit choppy. It is vague and leaves me wanting more information. They discuss so many things that could be better documented, it is a bit frustrating as a reader. Out of all of the encounters, there is still no concrete proof.

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