'You must be the one who shot me.' He waited for my response. With tears flooding my eyes, I mumbled, 'I am so sorry...I thought you were Sasquatch...Please forgive me.' He took a deep breath. 'I believe that before I was conceived, God knew today would be the day I died. I forgive you. I know I have only a few minutes left, so please listen closely. No one is aware of my existence, and I want it to stay that way.' While deer hunting near his home in Mississippi, Dale shoots what he thinks is the legendary Sasquatch. When he goes to retrieve his kill, he is surprised to find a man, instead, with forgiveness and a set of instructions-bury him in the Hinton Graveyard and deliver his bag, unopened, to a certain oak tree across the river. While carrying out Sasquatch's final requests and attempting to clear his conscience, Dale is amazed to learn secrets about Sasquatch's family-as well as his own. Based in part on family stories told by his father, Dale Keith Moore weaves local folklore and history into an exciting and whimsical story that draws readers in.
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