April 04, 2012 10:38 ET

Bigfoot Is Back With a Vengeance in Clint Romag's "The Bigfoot Experiment"

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - Apr 4, 2012) - Clint Romag releases "The Bigfoot Experiment," the next chapter in his acclaimed horror series "The Sasquatch Encounters." Chad Gamin has been missing for over a year and thought dead. His friend Andrew Bridgeton has given up the search, but then he gets a call from a frantic stranger telling him Chad is alive, imprisoned on Morey Island in the Puget Sound. Andrew will take a team to the island, owned by the madman Victor Morey, and try to rescue his friend. Horror is waiting. Andrew quickly discovers that there are many dangers lurking in the dark and saving Chad will be much harder than he thought. When Victor's experiments are set free everyone on the island will be fighting for their lives to escape.

In Kalama, Washington, Robert Kincary has this feeling that he is being watched. It was the same feeling he had as a kid when he spotted a Bigfoot in the woods. Has the creature returned? If so, what does it want? The answer will change Robert's life forever.

"This is the pivotal book in the series that leads to the grand finale," Clint Romag said. "Each book has revealed new aspects about the Sasquatch and now there will be some shocking surprises showing these creatures as we've never seen before. The main characters will find that what they knew was just the tip of the iceberg and what is coming is major."

"Jahrome Youngker returns with his best cover yet," Romag said. "It's truly eye-popping. He also did the artwork inside. Also included is the short story 'The Calling of the Grandfather,' and my very first Bigfoot poem! The world is in desperate need of Bigfoot poetry, but seriously, be prepared for a suspenseful, thrilling read."

"The Bigfoot Experiment" is available as a book or ebook on, and can be ordered at your local bookstore.

About Clint Romag
Clint Romag grew up in Longview, WA, where stories of Bigfoot roaming the forests outside his small town influenced the direction of his writing. He graduated from Western Washington University, and currently lives in Los Angeles. Romag has written several novels including "Damnation of the Werewolf" and "The Yeti Incident."

For the latest news:

Contact Information