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AdmiraluTop Contributor: Star Wars
5.0 out of 5 starsMore Great Tales From the Master!
Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2014
Just in time for the holidays comes a new Rusty Wilson Bigfoot book. If this is your first time encountering his tales, let me warn you, they are highly addictive. Skip the sample and buy the book. Then check out his other great Bigfoot Campfire tales. Unlike some other Bigfoot books, these are not horror tales, nor documentary research. The stories within have been told by his fly fishing clients and truth is often stranger than fiction. This is what sets Rusty's tales apart from many other Bigfoot books, a great deal of heart. Some are funny, heartwarming and some will make you never want to go camping again. I personally love reading about the wide variety of encounters, tales from young and old, recent and not. They are originals. Most have not shared their stories with anyone, some only with close family or friends. Rusty is often the only outsider told and he is a responsible gatekeeper, protecting the requests, often mentioned in the introductions. That respect is kept in all his books, I have all of them. The tales are told so eloquently, even reading them more than once is still enjoyable. I've also listened to the audiobooks versions (this one isn't out yet) and they are fantastic as well. Sit back, relax and enjoy, you have been warned, you will want more. If you do, try one of my favorites, Ten Intense Bigfoot tales as a follow-up. Happy reading and welcome to the wonderful world of Rusty's Bigfoot stories!
Rusty Wilson has another collection of stories about Uncle Hairy, this time collected on a theme of Canadian origins. Previous readers of the Bigfoot Campfire Stories series knows what to expect. Nothing too new here, except the Canadian locations. Rusty has polished the anecdotal stories into some good first-person narratives. There is a good balance of stories, with Sasquatch being depicted as menacing, friendly, or just there in turn.
Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2017
Another page turner, Rusty. Totally enjoyed this book. My complaint is that it's not long enough. It's amazing how many people have had encounters. Each story is told by people who believe because they had real experiences. A quick read but interesting claims.
5.0 out of 5 starsI love to read Rusty Wilson's books
Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2015
I love to read Rusty Wilson's books. He keeps you on edge, and tells the story from the original tellers view. They obviously saw something and Rusty gets that across to the reader. After reading the stories I don't know if I want to go camping. Just me the stars, the wild things and Bigfoot! Think I'll hunker down in my covers and continue reading!
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2014
Rusty has a talent for making the mundane exciting and hints and glimpses seem terrifying. Is Bigfoot a real being or athe result of a vivid imagination? Try any one of rusty wilson's Bigfoot adventure collections. I guarantee you'll be no closer to the answer to "is Bigfoot real" at the end than you were at the beginning but I also guarantee you will be entertained.
I love rusty,s books and have bought them all over the years, he really tells a great story but I haven't plucked up the courage to read them in the woods while camping yet! This is the first I have bought on kindle and it does allow you to get a book instantly. These books would appeal to anyone with a love of the outdoors as through the many varied stories the reader is transported to the stunning wilderness of Canada's sasquatch habitat. Well done rusty and your contributors for making a dam good winter evening read, bring on the next book. Get down south and gather some skunk ape yarns!