The Business of Bigfoot

Posted by: Nick Redfern on May 12th, 2013

There’s a new post up at Mysterious Universe from Micah Hanks. Its subject-matter: Bigfoot and the world of entertainment, such as TV shows, action figures and more.

It starts as follows…

“Among the circles of cryptozoologists that take seriously the study of Bigfoot, a manlike biped only presumed to exist in North America, few would argue that there is some compelling, though still inconclusive evidence. That evidence is good enough to keep the ‘weekend warriors’ out there searching for their inhuman quarry, and good enough to cause a rift between the notions of what can be accepted as pure myth, and the actual fabric of reality.

“Some of the Bigfoot evidence has been good enough to sway men of science in its favor, including the likes of Jeffery Meldrum, as well as Loren Coleman, who lately, due to the unfortunate amount of violence occurring in America, has received almost equal attention for his sociological interests, as well as the cryptozoological pursuits he is best known for. And some of the Bigfoot evidence has been good enough to cause the unassuming layman to question whether there might be some validity to reports of strange creatures that are barely a breath away from being human, or something damned close to it.”

And here’s where you’ll find the complete post.

Nick Redfern About Nick Redfern
Punk music fan, Tennents Super and Carlsberg Special Brew beer fan, horror film fan, chocolate fan, like to wear black clothes, like to stay up late. Work as a writer.

3 Responses to “The Business of Bigfoot”

  1. Evso Rivers via Facebook responds:

    Nice thanks

  2. Fhqwhgads responds:

    By “few would argue” Hanks apparently means “few would contest”.

  3. DWA responds:

    “In a modern world (or at least a Western culture) that largely favors belief in those things for which there is nonetheless little evidence to support,…”

    Well, I kinda stopped reading there.

    Western culture, quite to the contrary, largely favors denying the existence of anything that isn’t proven. And sasquatch is one of the most compelling cases of this.

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