Manlike Monsters on Trial: Early Records and Modern Evidence
UBC Press, 1987 - Law - 336 pages
Sasquatch, Bigfoot, Yeti, the 'Abominable Snowman,' and other manlike creatures have been reported in many cultures throughout history. Now, for the first time, international experts examine arguments for and against their existence.
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