Perhaps, the bigfootery jury is still deliberating. The 4th and 5th level “bigfoot researchers, aka bigfoot investigators, dba sasquatch investigators” are circling to get a whiff of the sea winds before committing, although we are sure some are eyeing this as an opportunity in one way or another. Our hunch is a cautious no, although there are some flags a poppin.
Let’s look at some commonalities.
- The foundation of both books is the concept of close interaction with a bigfoot.
- Both end up with a single person’s word as the sole basis of the truth.
- Family, or at least groups, of Fox and Friends are in both books.
- Both witnesses claim convincing pictorial evidence stolen before it can be presented.
- Both books are authored by females.
Some dissimilarities at this point.
- The witnesses are of different sex and one remains anonymous.
- Williams comes to the table with more “researcher cred” and better polish in delivery and presentation of the content.
- The Ruskies, nor any of the famed or defamed, have set foot on site, yet.
- Fox tends to have a more sophisticated pallet given his preference for garlic, and not the cheap powdered crap.
We will be watching and reading as this event develops, there is certainly a chance for some bigfootery gold.