It hasn't quite made it on The New York Times best-seller lists yet, but if the Facebook Find Bigfoot boys stick with it, they might be able to pull it off. They've just recently sold their first 1,000 copies of their book, "You Are Sasquatch" for $7.99 per copy (Free for Kindle prime members). According to FB/FB, The Smarter Ape Theory, "completely fits with the sighting, fossil and genetic records in each of us".
"The Smarter Ape Theory" is a three series book containing the "definitive work" on the subject of Bigfoot. It took over $130,000 to produce and that "includes the cost of the movie, editing, illustrations, dollars invested into this site, 12 FLIR cameras 15 low-light cameras. The key insights came from our expeditions and interviews with experts around the country."
The authors are Jack D. Barnes, Jeffrey L. Andersen, Christopher Noel and the illustrations are by Jeff Caramagna. There are a total of 238 pages with 84 illustrations.
The discovery of Sasquatch as a living, breathing member — along with us — of the primate family tree is emerging as the most profound revelation of the early 21st Century.
But equally astonishing is the new theory set forth in You Are Sasquatch — that not only do we share the Earth with a fellow upright-walking, language-speaking creature, but that this species is none other than the still-surviving representatives of our own earliest ancestors!
This dizzying conclusion is derived through a clear presentation of evolutionary steps,logical links, and pictorial/video demonstrations.
Just as the many breeds of modern-day dogs are diminished descendants of their common ancestor, the gray wolf, so do the races of mankind represent a domesticated version of our mighty progenitor.
In many ways, Sasquatch is our superior, for we have lost most of our original character, our sheer, animal wit and wisdom, our genius for strategic survival, our awesome physical prowess.
So Sasquatch stands before us today as the living embodiment of our former greatness. We can learn much from this teacher, but only if we wake up, wise up, and recognize our place in the History of Life.