Sasquatch Stick Structures

Posted by: Christopher Noël on October 30th, 2016

A Field Guide to Sasquatch Structures: The 50 Most Common Types in North American Forests is now available on Amazon.com.

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For centuries, we have come across striking and consistent stick and tree structures in the forest, especially in areas with a long history of Sasquatch encounters. Yet until now, no field guide has existed to catalog and present these remarkable formations for quick and easy reference. Sasquatch is a higher primate (like us) with a large brain, capable hands, and plenty of time to use them. As our evolutionary next of kin, this species, too, naturally manipulates its environment in distinctive and impressive ways. But instead of building cities, universities, machines, or writing books, symphonies, or computer code, they simply express their creative intelligence otherwise. Using this valuable resource—graced with Zoe Christiansen’s pen-and-ink illustrations—you’ll be equipped to recognize characteristic themes and variations with a trained eye. It’s your key to a higher level of insight into the mind and personality of these fellow humans.

Christopher Noël About Christopher Noël
Christopher Noël is the author of Sasquatch Rising 2013 and editor of the newly released anthology How Sasquatch Matters: Writers Respond to the New Natural Order. Christopher Noël holds a Master’s degree in Philosophy from Yale. Noël is a freelance editor (ChristopherNoel.info) and lives with his daughter in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom.


3 Responses to “Sasquatch Stick Structures”

  1. Goodfoot responds:

    It is highly presumptive to assume they were doing this 5000 years ago. It may be true, but there’s no way to ascertain the validity of the assertion. Even if we could ask them, and they could answer, can we assume Bigfoots always tell the truth?

  2. G. de La Hoya responds:

    For centuries these large brained primates with capable and too much time on their hands have been architecturally outclassed by the simple sparrow with a rice-sized brain and no hands.

  3. NMRNG responds:

    Mr. Noel believes that every collection of 2 or more sticks, twigs, or branches that are found in the woods in any sort of intersecting arrangement is definitive proof of the work of sasquatch. He ignores the fact that Mother Nature and her little, naturally occurring oddities known as “winds” and “storms” produce a tremendous number of what he claims are primate creations.

    He also forgets to mention that another sort of primate likes to build little stick teepee structures in the woods. They are called …. “boys.” When I was a kid, my friends and I made dozens of such little structures (some not so little) when were out playing and exploring in the woods. I suspect we were not the only youthful homo sapiens participating in this activity.




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