Do you believe in Bigfoot? Whether you do, don’t or are on the fence about the cryptid’s actual existence, an upcoming talk and community discussion hosted by Humanities Washington explores the purported science and stories behind the Pacific Northwest legend. Seattle author David George Gordon not only presents and critically evaluates data on Bigfoot, but also asks audience members to share their stories and ask probing questions. Gordon is the author of The Sasquatch Seeker’s Field Manual, which examines both supporting and refuting evidence on the creature’s existence. “I encourage people to follow the basic tenets of science while gathering credible data to further our understanding of the Sasquatch,” Gordon writes on his website. In addition to two Spokane talks, Gordon also appears at libraries in Cheney (May 13) and Colville (May 14).
Sat, May 12 at 11 am • North Spokane Library • 44 E. Hawthorne Rd. • Sat, May 12 at 3 pm • Spokane Valley Library • 12004 E. Main • humanities.org