David Paulides
Hoopa Project
March 06, 2020 Comments.. 813
Hoopa Project This astounding work brings professional investigative abilities and forensic artistry to the field of Bigfoot studies

  • Title: Hoopa Project
  • Author: David Paulides
  • ISBN: 9780888396532
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • This astounding work brings professional investigative abilities and forensic artistry to the field of Bigfoot studies.

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    1. Linda says:

      This was a very interesting book. Having grown up in the Hoopa Indian Reservation, I heard about the 1958 incident at Bluff Creek and saw the cast of the footprint. I didn't really pay much attention to it for the next 4 years or after I left the reservation in 1962. However, after reconnecting with friends in Hoopa a couple of times in the last few years my interest was peaked. A longtime friend mentioned that her nephews had seen Bigfoot up the hill from where we had been gold panning on the S [...]

    2. Mike says:

      This is one of those unexplained mysteries that won't go away. Is is possible that a small population of bipedal apes roams the pacific northwest? In the Hoopa Project Dave Paulides, a former police investigator, interviews over thirty eyewitnesses who live on or near the Hoopa Indian Reservation in Northern California. They all claim to have seen an upright walking ape covered in hair that ranges from 5-8 feet in height. What is also interesting is that Paulides hired a forensic sketch artist w [...]

    3. Sean Kennedy says:

      A no nonsense paranormal researcher you can get behind.

    4. S.E. Ellis says:

      I had to deduct one star as this style of dry writing leaves me parched.But nobody comes close to the hard work and integrity of David.If you like this, you should get Tribal Bigfoot too.

    5. Kent says:

      An interesting look into Bigfoot investigations by a retired police interrogator and nationally renowned forensic sketch artist. Paulides interviews all of his witnesses after they sign legal affidavits. He has a forensic sketch artist run a round 2 with the witnesses to draw what they saw. It adds a lot of credibility to investigating the Bigfoot mystery and he does make the case that Sasquatch has more human qualities than non-human qualities. I also think his work into defining a habitat for [...]

    6. Michael Delaware says:

      One of the most fascinating and intelligent books I have read on this subject. David Paulides used a professional investigators approach to categorize and collect witness accounts of Sasquatch in a specific geographic area of California. He used a forensic artist to sketch the witness sightings, and bring together a collection of drawings that off insight into what people are seeing in the forests around North America. A brilliant unbiased approach to researching an often controversial subject.

    7. Skye says:

      really enjoyed the content. it got a bit repetitive on the Location summaries after every account and especially at the very end with the artist sketch interviewing. Worth picking up if you're interested in the Bigfoot habitats around the Patterson-Gimlin Bluff Creek footage.

    8. Jess says:

      I beeeellliiieeeeeve.

    9. Richard Turgeon says:

      A thorough, focused and fascinating evolution in Bigfoot research by a former police officer. This book might make anyone a believer.

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