Always wanted to go see Alaska, the 49th state, but never could work it out? Well, never fear, because after these stories, you'll probably change your mind and decide to instead visit someplace safe and predictable.
In this baker's dozen of all new and original stories from Rusty Wilson, the World's Greatest Bigfoot Storyteller, you'll see an Alaska that few see, an Alaska that maybe even fewer want to see, and an Alaska that puts all the other states to shame for mysterious places and happenings, as well as having the highest number per capita of people who go missing without a trace.
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This is the newest collection of Bigfoot Campfire stories all set in Alaska. As usual, you are in for a wild ride! It's also worth noting that all of the folks who had once lived in Alaska have since moved. Unlike many Bigfoot books, Rusty's stories are actual encounters, not the "I saw one cross the highway" sighting. If you have never read any of Rusty's books, you will find amazing, entertaining, spooky and hair raising tales, expertly written. Richard Henzel is your audio guide, masterfully telling each story with perfect characterization. Be warned that Rusty's books are highly addicting and you will want more! Be sure to check out his other great Bigfoot Campfire stories, especially my favorite, Ten Intense Bigfoot Campfire Stories, it is very thrilling!
The stories were relatable and told with a elegant perfection from the master Rusty Wilson, it was intriguing with points of suspense and excitement that made listening while star gazing all the better.
I love the storytelling style as well the subject matter. it often felt like these people were seated around the campfire with me as they told the stories
Great stories as always. Great narration as always, granted the accents that are used can be a bit cheesy at times but not enough that is distracts from the stories. On a personal note I have talked a bit with Rusty through emails and he is a truly awesome guy.
Good stories, as expected with Rusty Wilson, but the narration is HORRIBLE, which is, unfortunately also expected. He tries to read each story in a different "voice". Using terrible attempts at accents and even raising the tone of his voice for women. The worst is when trying to sound like a native Alaskan, he talks like a robot, pausing. ..between. ..each...word.
"Bigfoot fans will love it"
Oh I have listened to all his books lots of times...they are just great stories
I liked that there are lots of individual stories and they are just a great listen
Love Richard Henzel reading these stories, it is like sitting around a campfire with a really good story teller
Have all of Rusty Wilson's books on audio and am always waiting for more to come out
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