Tawani Wakawa Shoush
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|Tawani Wakawa Shoush|
|Born||William Bernard Shoush|
11 March 1927
Topeka, Shawnee Co., Kansas
|Died||4 January 2002 (74)|
Strafford, Greene Co., Missouri
|Affiliations||The Ashunga Nation; American University Inc.; International Society for a Complete Earth|
William Bernard Shoush (March 11, 1927 - January 4, 2002), also known as Tawani Wakawa Shoush, was an American author who wrote about Native American and Modoc-Klamath traditions, claiming Modoc lineage, including a popular story about his grandfather's encounters with Sasquatch (which he said were called Matah Kagmi) near Mount Shasta, California, and about theories regarding the Hollow Earth, toward which end he founded the International Society for a Complete Earth, publishers of the secret diary of Richard E. Byrd and claims regarding Nazi explorations of the "Inner World."
- Wakawa, Tawani (1968), "Tawani Wakawa Tells of the Sasquatch", Many Smokes: The National American Indian Magazine 3: 8-10
- Wakawa, Tawani (1975), Sasquatch!
- Byrd, R. E.; Bernard, William, A Flight to the Land Beyond the North Pole, or Is This the Missing Diary of Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd?, Houston, MO: International Society for a Complete Earth — contributed the foreword as "Dr. William Bernard, Ph.D., D.D."