Everything you need to know about how we make money off not finding Bigfoot. Animal Planet is releasing a book based on their successful series “Finding Bigfoot”.
A howl in the distance. The biggest footprint you’ve ever seen. A blurry figure in the distance. These are the clues that lead us to believe there is something out there—Bigfoot.
Already a fan of the wildly successful FINDING BIGFOOT show on Animal Planet? (One of the top-performing shows in the network’s history!) Stacked with information for your burning questions, this heavily illustrated work features a compelling narrative with commentary from the stars of the show, photographs and extras from the Animal Planet’s archives, and so much more.
Skeptics will be given all the information they need to decide for themselves if they believe, and enthusiasts will revel in this essential Bigfoot book.
Do you hear that howl? Bigfoot is calling.
I laugh. I despise this show but more so the premise behind it – that you can do science this way and on TV. If this series was portrayed as a joke, a comedy, I’d actually like it a lot. Actually, I’d say half the people who watch it think that’s what it might be. The other half might actually buy this book.
And, no, absolutely in no way can this book give you “all the information [you] need to decide for [yourself] if [you] believe”. Because it won’t give you all the information. It takes more than one fan book to do that. For more on the “You decide” gambit, see here.
For my take on Matt Moneymaker and making up your own Bigfoot facts, go here.