Today, Books in Heinessight is the Podcast. Bigfoot in Alaska Abandoned & Port Chatham is the subject & Larry “Beans” Baxter is the guest.
As we all know, a good book about a horrific incident in an exotic place always begets a Hollywood blockbuster. Jaws is just one example. The Brady Bunch Goes to Hawaii is another.
Is Larry Beans Baxter getting ready for a breakout bestseller and an accompanying blockbuster? Only time will tell.
Hot Topic or Hot Potato?
For our interview with Larry “Beans” Baxter, we wanted to do more than just ask questions about looking for Bigfoot.
We wanted to find out how an author like Beans Baxter decides Bigfoot at Port Chatham is worth writing about.
As you will see from the podcast and the YouTube video, Beans Baxter gave highly candid and detailed responses. There can be no doubt about his interests in the topic.
Furthermore, we’ll find out what led Larry “Beans” Baxter to join a small party of Bigfoot researchers and like-minded individuals.
Then, we’ll find out what convinced them to go by boat to one of the most bear infested territories in the world.
Which Came First?
As we said at the beginning the inspiration for Beans book, Abandoned The Horror and History of Port Chatham Alaska was an expedition.
Masterminds of the expedition were cryptozoologist Adam Davies and Stephen T. Major, film maker and head of Extreme Expeditions Northwest LLC.
While Stephen T. Major went in search of an expedition, Beans Baxter went in search of what really happened at Port Chatham. In other words; how it came to be Abandoned.
The story only starts with an idea, a movie, an expedition and a book. Where it finishes, like the YouTube video, is yet to be seen.
Until next time,
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