The Mystery of the Iatt Lake Monster-Revealed!: Squatchland-The Dartigo Creek Valley Project (Paperback)
*Revised Copy-In the least populated and most rural parish in Louisiana, the author chose to retreat from the world. After experiencing deaths of two close family members and then experiencing flood, David decided to get away and experience nature to heal. That is when he discovered a tribe of Bigfoots. After having a violent initial encounter with them, David gained their respect and friendship. He communicated and interacted with them every day. The author took pictures of them and read the Bible to them daily as they had made camp on his land across the road from his house. David also took us deep into the woods to an area that had three crooked creeks that wind creating oxbows, swamps, islands, and marshes. Dammed by beavers, the three creeks merged into one and became a major tributary of Iatt Lake, which is surrounded by the Kisatchie National Forest, hence the title The Mystery of the Iatt Lake Monster-Revealed The author included many photographs showing what looks to be upright-walking creatures in varying scenes-but mostly around water with beautiful swamp scenes, showing cypress trees with spanish moss and clean, clear water. The author took us on his path through discovery, making friends, the discussion of the pictures, and what the author sees in them and left the door open for the future as he has been having this experience every day. Get yours in Gloss only from Xlibris.com.
David Hollis grew up and graduated high school in Louisiana where he was an avid hunter and fisherman in his youth. He graduated with a BA from the University of Mississippi, double majoring in History and Political Science that served as a Pre-Law Degrees. David started out in the professional world in retail store management, district manager, manager of sales operations, and lastly, as general manager of sales, Central Louisiana, for BellSouth Cellular Corporation. His management skills are as follows: 1. Observational skills, so feedback can be given on performance issues 2. Documentation skills so that feedback cannot be denied 3. Planning and goal setting skills 4. Research and implementation skills 5. Ability to motivate employees to a high degree of productivity and initiates the activity level without supervision. All of these skills were entered into his project.