Thats how author Graham Roumieu sees the big, mythical monster in his new book Bigfoot: I Not Dead (Plume), which explores Bigfoots most intimate thoughts, revelations, and feelings about what its like to be him.
Bigfoot reveals his addiction to eating garbage, his journey back to his old neighborhood in the woods, and his run-ins with the law and pesky Bigfoot hunters.
Although hes a giant, hairy freak, Roumieu believes Bigfoot is a lovable, genuinely caring creature, who suffers from multiple personality disorder.
He says, Bigfoot just wants to be loved, despite his unfortunate traits. Hes like this Mickey Mouse character whos sweet, but can bench press a car and occasionally kills his friends.
While Roumieu believes Bigfoot is just a good guy, he admits that Bigfoot could use a boost in the brains department.
He adds, I wish Bigfoot had a bigger brain, so he could understand himself better. He cant help the things he does hes just so stupid.
Bigfoot: I Not Dead hits shelves April 29.
(Contact numbers available only to subscribing media or trial media users. You can request samples at the Wireless Flash web site.)
Copyright © 2008 Wireless Flash News Inc. All rights reserved. Wireless Flash® and FlashNews® are registered trademarks of Wireless Flash News Inc.