Big Foot's Last Stand was a highly-acclaimed historical book written by Ortiz O'Flaherty about the Great Sasquatch Rebellion of 1892.[1]


As reported by W. Lozzus in the 6 December 1926 sunset edition of The New York Ghost, this book was to be adapted into a play for Wizard Broadway.[2] This was followed by a report by the same reporter in the next day's sunset edition about how casting of the play had begun and was progressing quickly.[3]

Behind the scenes

  • A last stand is a defensive military strategy in which a group stands their ground against a more powerful foe even though they know that they will lose and likely die as a consequence, sometimes used for strategic purposes.


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