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 degree. David started out in the professional world in retail store management, as a district manager, then manager of sales operations, and general manager of sales, Central Louisiana, for BellSouth Cellular Corporation. His management skills are
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. researching and implementation skills; and 5. Ability to motivate employees to a high degree of productivity, initiates the activity level without supervision. All these skills were applied to his project.
David identifies five different types of Bigfoots and shows pictures of each. He also goes into their hunting tactics, tools and weapons and shows pictures of each. The Author takes us to visit different creek valleys to meet the different local clans of the Crooked Snake Tribe.