Ready for some stories from the vast wilderness of Canada? It's home to the sasquatch: a creature that's revered and feared by the natives there since before time was recorded. Settle back with a cup of hot chocolate, lock the doors, and be ready to call your best friend in case you start seeing big hairy faces in the window (but be aware that your friend may also be listening to these stories, so have a backup plan).
These 12 all-new and original stories from Rusty Wilson, the world's greatest Bigfoot storyteller, will keep you intrigued, hanging on to the edge of your seat, or wishing you could travel up north and see what all the excitement's about for yourself.
Come hear about a young man who finally gets his wish to visit one of the world's wildest places, where he quickly realizes that maybe his parents were right after all. Then hear about the strange case where a sasquatch discovers a rare fossilized dinosaur skeleton. And then, if you dare, hear about a woman who stops for a break on a remote Canadian back road and ends up taking something home with her that she really doesn't want. And there's the sasquatch that ends up saving peoples' lives by stealing all their food in the dead of winter. Listen to a tale of a sasquatch that brings a couple together through its death, one that decides it wants to be in a painting, or perhaps another who likes the taste of loons, or even a man who discovers a secret Bigfoot food source. These campfire tales are guaranteed to make you happy you're safe and sound in your house instead of listening to a sasquatch screaming in the darkness from inside your thin nylon tent, deep in the Canadian wilds. Or, if you're truly the adventurous type, maybe you'll want to buy a thin nylon tent and head to British Columbia or Alberta.
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This collection of Bigfoot stories is the first from a specific region. Canada has a long history with Bigfoot, known as Sasquatch there. Be prepared for another round of great stories and learn about the beauty of the Canadian wilds from folks who live or have visited there. Unlike other Bigfoot books, Rusty's stories are a cut above for the level of interaction and the ability to really put you in the shoes of the person experiencing the encounter. As with most of Rusty's books, it is narrated expertly by Richard Henzel. He has a natural storyteller's voice and handles men, women and accents wonderfully. If you enjoy this audiobook and I think you will, check more of Rusty's great Bigfoot collections. They are sure to please and highly addictive.
I love Rusty Wilson's books - I have all of them. Entertaining, no violence. Just good entertainment. Love to listen under the covers as I go to sleep. Give one a try doesn't matter if you're 10
years old or 90.
I love Rusty Wilson's stories, they're great. But the narration on this one is TOO much. He over does the "Canadian accent" thing so poorly end to such a degree as to make listening almost painful. It's very distracting from the story. And some of the stories have way too much background information and details not relevant to the story, but this could be overlooked, if not for the horrible narration. If he would just read it in his own voice, it would be great.
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