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The above image was captured in Kansas, on October 12, 2008, from a distance of 500-600 feet. The photographer is one of many private Sasquatch researchers throughout North America who seek not fame and fortune but merely a respectful nearness to, and understanding of, this retiring, harmless creature. Now, for the first time, their patient, groundbreaking work is chronicled. Those who have come to know this intelligent fringe- and forest-dweller consider theirs a relationship with a creature much closer to an ancient human than to an ape, one who has co-evolved with us over eons, the two species crossing paths only rarely. Such intersections fill the pages of Impossible Visits.

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