"Some guys dress in Gilley suits and hike for days trying to sneak up on Bigfoot. I carry my cellphone and get close by making friends."

A sequel to Hollis's first book, Squatchland: The Dartigo Creek Valley Project, this story continuation focuses on the relationship Hollis has with one of the Sasquatch leaders—Brutus, king of Dartigo Swamp and leader of the clan of the Lance. "Brutus's name in Sasquatch is Mo Cho Rook. His name means the cruelest one of all," but his interest in Hollis is out of curiosity. Their mutual respect creates a chance for Hollis to research and observe the elusive Bigfoot.

The unique research Hollis presents is an array of cellphone imagery along with personal accounts of interactions. He debunks the idea that there is only one variety of Bigfoot by explaining that there are many different types of the commonly known Bigfoots, and Brutus, "rules over two thousand Bigfoots, Sasquatches, Skunk Apes, and hybrids." The communications Hollis has with his research subjects are translated by his expert knowledge of their linguistic styles. Hollis states that the squatches communicate by wood knocking, clubs, vocalization, and telepathy, but he can communicate with them orally and by wood knocking.

Hollis argues that he captures Bigfoot and Sasquatch imagery because of the lack of quality of his cell phone. He claims that those with superior cameras and technology cannot obtain evidence as he does because the squatches are aware. He also gives readers an intriguing look inside historical evidence from over the years such as excavation lists, references to newspaper reports, and native American cave art. Although Hollis provides historical and archeological evidence, he does this as an additive; his primary focus is to present his evidence and discuss his observations of his friends. This book is an excellent read for those who might enjoy learning more about Bigfoot.

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