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Publisher's Summary

As heard on Coast to Coast AM, Sasquatch Chronicles, Beyond Reality Radio, Passion for the Paranormal, Where Did the Road Go?, Lost River Legends, The Confessionals, and Late Night in the Midlands - this book is a compilation of sightings, encounters, and evidential findings as they pertain to Bigfoot in North America and those who have encountered them.

©2019 William J. Sheehan (P)2020 William J. Sheehan

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Like listening to a Jersey Cab driver

Stories are concisely written and flow is crisp and clean. I just get tired of the thick Jersey accent. " We sawr it in the clearing, and we both knew what we sawr." After hearing the word "saw" pronounced "sawr" two hundred times, it gets pretty annoying.

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oh my god

go to chapter 21 and slow his voice down to .50 percent I have never laughed so damn hard in my life. I love your book W.J and I ain't picking on you brother. please do it too it's so great I love it. but listen up folks the man wrote an awesome book with awesome encounters. keep up the good work buddy. but .50 is where it's at.

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Hidden Gem

This book was highly enjoyable. I first decided to purchase and listen as sort of a fluke "why not" type decision, but I was hooked after the first story. I expected the type of eye witness accounts one usually encounters within this subject matter (Bigfoot/paranormal enthusiasts reciting the same tired old yarns), but Sheehan has compiled a truly compelling and fresh platter of strangeness for us to feast upon.

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Great bigfoot book

Really great witness encounters. I've read alot of reviews about his thick Jersey-cab-driver accent. It didn't bother me. As a matter of fact, it made it more authentic, more enjoyable. I highly recommend this book if you like a good bigfoot encounter story.

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Horrible Narration

The stories were interesting for the most part.
However, the narration was beyond terrible.
The accent on that guy is hard to listen to.
I know what I "SAWRR".....ugggh
I "SAWRR" it... ugggh
The narrator ruined it for me BUT if you can stomach a hard Jersey mob type accent for a few hours, the stories are decent.

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Poorly written and read.

The narrator should be driving a taxi in the Bronx not reading stories.

Poorly written stories.

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totally awesome

I really loved this book and the stories are just not only spooky but they are great. absolutely love this one and if.you like Bigfoot.i would suggest this book.. your going to love it

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Love it

I love Bill Sheehan, his thick NY accent, the awesome stories, all of these books are great. And 7 hours long!

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Brooklyn Bigfoot

I keep picturing Bigfoot trying to hail a cab. The stories are good but the narrator needs to hire another person to read them.

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Hooked

Best credit spent! The more you listen the more hooked on it you become. Will do a repeat listen very soon. I devoured this book.

Thanks to to the author for all the work it took to put this book together.

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  • Tony268
  • 10-30-20

Decent

Some interesting historical Bigfoot accounts and made a good listen while driving to and from work

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  • Shaun Turner
  • 07-06-20

A great listen

I love listening to W. J. Sheehan. A no-nonsense narrator who really does a great job of presenting the experiences in a clear and concise way.

If you love listening to people's encounters with some-might-say mythical creature then this series will be for you I imagine. The author narrates in a way that you get used to and for me, I found it an easy listen.

For me, my threshold for buying an audiobook is 7 hours - anything below that I don't really consider so the others in this series I wouldn't normally consider but, for this subject and this style I may well break my sacred rule!

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  • sean cordingley
  • 06-18-20

really enjoyed the short stories

like the fact you can listen to a chapter at a time very pleased with it and possibly get another edition

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-12-20

Many short encounters , very interesting.

Really enjoyed , interesting encounters , no dragging them out stories and well read author.

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  • Mr. T. R. Slater
  • 12-02-21

Highly entertaining

This is a highly enjoyable collection of Bigfoot sightings and experiences, many of which seem very credible. Wether or not you are a believer or just a Bigfoot fan, this collection of tales will keep you amused and enthralled through the long winter evenings.

The author’s strong New Jersey accent is also well worth the price of admission alone! 10/10

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  • rocker 71
  • 07-13-21

Great audiobook

really enjoyed this listens to whole thing while at work some great story's il be getting the other volumes too

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  • mark Nieuwenhoff
  • 03-13-21

Excellent accounts spoiled by mundane performance.

WJ recounts à great tale but falls short in dramatic ability. If these accounts were read by an trained actor these talès could be spellbinding, The accounts as re told almost sound like a shopping list as WJ ends one tale without punctuation whilst announcing the next chapter.
However I love your work WJ. Well done.

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  • Jamie Emms
  • 03-10-21

Enjoyed the accounts

Easy to drop in and out of. Would relisten, kids loved this aswell if its not a little unnerving on the next camping trip.

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  • Enrique M
  • 02-08-21

wow, definitely worth getting.

literally haven't stopped listening to this book all day and have decided to purchase the other volumes, as I am so fascinated but these eye witness accounts.

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  • Simon
  • 12-01-20

Awesome!

If you enjoy the podcast, then this is a must listen. Really enjoyed listening and the others in the series are just as good. Hopefully there wil be more.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-01-21

Puerile, cliched, ear grating rubbish

Where to begin?
This audio book is beyond appalling...
Rule 1 - Don't narrate your own book. Especially when you have an ear grating 'Joisey' accent and can't pronounce simple words properly, e.g. 'carbine' pronounced as 'carbeen', and many others.
Rule 2 - Don't overuse superlatives. It destroys the credibility of the story.
Rule 3 - Don't re-write or pretend to write other people's stories.

This book was like listening to Fran Drescher reading essays written by 12 year old creative writing students.

Absolute waste of a credit. Don't waste your time even if you're a total bigfoot tragic. Nothing to learn here, nothing to believe here and nothing to gain. Spend your credit on something else.