Bigfoot Terror in the Woods: Sightings and Encounters, Vol. 4

Narrated by: William J. Sheehan
Series: Bigfoot Terror in the Woods, Book 4
Length: 3 hrs and 25 mins
4.7 out of 5 stars (29 ratings)

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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?, Late Night in the Midlands, The Confessionals, and Lost River Legends.

The audiobooks in this series are a compilation of sightings, encounters, and evidentiary findings as they pertain to Bigfoot in North America and those who have encountered them. W. J. Sheehan shares these testimonials in the style of a beat reporter chasing a compelling story, rather than that of a dramatist reading a script. He is an internationally known figure in the field of Bigfoot and is sought after for his entertaining interviewing style. Please listen to the retail sample as the entire series is told in a similar fashion. Enjoy the listen!

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

What listeners say about Bigfoot Terror in the Woods: Sightings and Encounters, Vol. 4

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As always great! Great stories. Great personality. He won’t hear the stories anywhere else. Love the books

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Perfect bedtime stories

Each chapter is a different account which keeps you interested in the book. Sheehan does a great job narrating the stories and I highly recommend his podcast that he does with his brother if this book interests you. They have a great sense of humor. B

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Great source for information.

I own all the books in this series, they are a really excellent source for information on the various species of bigfoot. It seems to be that they come in several coat colors like you would expect in any animal population but the difference comes in with areas of the country in agression, eye color, and size.

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No very good

The stories themselves are interesting but the guy who reads the story (the author) isn’t very good at reading aloud. Weird pauses, breaks in odd places, and his heavy NYC accent really made it hard to get really into the book. I wish he would’ve spent the money to hire a professional reader, or at least someone who doesn’t have such a thick accent.

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Wow what a wonderful book!

Well put together, believable & beautifully narrated. Mr. Sheehan does a great job at writing & telling the stories he collects.

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Terrible narration terrible writing.

The best I can say is these stories are not without merit. The author who reads this is reading at about a 4th grade level. His diction is choppy and with little inflection. It’s not entirely his fault though, it’s so poorly written that a professional narrator would find it challenging. Every single sentence is written in passive past voice. It’s full of misplaced prepositional phrases and dangling participles. Every single sentence has either an “I had went” or “I had seen” or some variation of this past passive tense. The story sounds exactly the same if it as told by a man in Canada or if it was told by a woman in Mississippi. Same exact phrases and words. I’m really not sure If every story isn’t really the creation of the author, they all sound like the tale of a 4th grade kid from the Midwest. Honestly would be worlds better if he hired an editor and a good narrator. This author is really in his own way.