And now, a great Bigfoot book for both the Bigfoot believer and those who just enjoy a good story!
Fly-fishing guide Rusty Wilson spent years collecting these stories from his clients around the campfire; stories guaranteed to scare the pants off you - or make you want to meet the big guy! Come read about a lonely albino Bigfoot - being stalked in the forests of northern California - a Bigfoot and his dog - rockhounding in Nevada with the Big Guy - the Bigfoot who tried to stop the BASE jumpers - and many more great campfire tales! And best of all, you'll marvel at the recent discovery of a cave where Bigfoots possibly recorded their history and language! 18 stories...but only if you dare...
"I've spent a lot of my life sitting around a campfire, swapping stories with my fishing clients. We always have fun, but sometimes we don't sleep too well afterwards." (Rusty Wilson)
©2011 Yellow Cat Publishing/Marjorie Miller (P)2012 Yellow Cat Publishing/Marjorie Miller
American tales classic. if Bigfoot is real or not the stories are outstanding. Not some drama tv show. but just a good well told group of campfire stories that if true will make you wonder what has not been told. I am not a follower or into the bigfoot cult but always up for a good urban tale of the unknown. great book keep them coming.
Early Bigfoot accounts in the book are difficult to discern between. But later stories are announced separately. Most accounts are engrossing, and grab your attention, but some flyby without notice. I'm not sure if this is the fault of the content or the narrator.
This is the first book in the Bigfoot Campfire series. Unlike many Bigfoot books, this is not an "I saw one in the forest" type of story. These are actual encounters for better or worse, masterfully told with respect to individuals who have given permission for their stories to be shared. Rusty is a respectful gatekeeper. The stories will stay with you and hold up even after repeat listening. The narrator Eric Martin does a good job, he handled the first two books in this series. Richard Henzel took over for the rest of the series and I believe he does a better job at bringing the stories to life. You may not want to listen to this one while camping or at night. Well worth your time. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do (they are addicting). If you do, be sure to check out other books in the series. Ten Intense Bigfoot Campfire Stories is another favorite of mine. If you do enjoy his book, check out his Rusty Bigfoot blog and say hello. He loves to hear from fans.
Short stories, well written and good presentation.
"The big guy" of course.
Every story, worth the listen.
Fun Scary Intense
Excellent storytelling and good narration. Addictive - you want to hear them all.
The one where the rafter is being followed by the Bigfoot. Terrifying. Great description. It was like I was there.
What you don't know CAN hurt you.
I loved these stories. Some are scary and some are just fun. All authentic Bigfoot. Excellent storytelling.
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