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Yellowstone Bigfoot Campfire Stories

Narrated by: Richard Henzel
Length: 6 hrs and 54 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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Ever thought about visiting Yellowstone, the world’s first national park? Be sure to listen to these stories before you go, especially if you want to see the hidden side of the park. Or better yet, listen to them at night by headlamp while camped in one of the park’s beautiful campgrounds, listening to wolves howling in the distance - and are you sure it’s really wolves?

Fly-fishing guide Rusty Wilson, known as the world's greatest Bigfoot story teller, has spent years collecting these tales from his clients around the campfire, stories guaranteed to make sure you won‘t want to go out after dark.

Come hear about a most unusual occupation in Yellowstone’s harsh winters; join an ambitious couple who decide to start a bed and breakfast in the park only to discover they’re not particularly wanted; go along on a fantastic vision quest deep in the heart of Yellowstone’s highest mountains; come soak in the eerie boiling river at night; ride along with a snowplow driver for a most unique experience on Yellowstone’s wintry roads; witness a Bigfoot tragedy in the making near Old Faithful; experience strange inexplicable events while hiking in the backcountry; help a wildlife biologist with a most unusual and hair-raising task; then hear about the strange Yellowstone fog and the secrets it holds.

But be sure you’re not alone in the woods while reading these stories, and whatever you do, don’t go hiking by yourself! Another great book from Rusty Wilson, Bigfoot expert and storyteller - tales for both the Bigfoot believer and those who just enjoy a good story.

©2019 Yellow Cat Publishing/Marjorie Miller/Maya Kurtz (P)2019 Yellow Cat Publishing/Marjorie Miller/Maya Kurtz

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  • Admiralu
  • Camarillo, California United States
  • 06-16-19

Bigfoot Adventures in Yellowstone

<strong>Bigfoot in Yellowstone</strong>

This was another fantastic book from Rusty Wilson. It was a pleasant surprise, since I was not expecting another Bigfoot book after his other recent publication, the Creature of Lituya Bay. This collection of Bigfoot tales centers on Yellowstone Park, which is so large any number of creatures can live there and not be seen by the general public, since many people don't visit large areas of the park. The rangers do know what goes on but don't tell the public, as you will learn from several stories within. Rusty's stories are more than "I saw one cross the road." He is a masterful storyteller and I don't doubt you will be thrilled and spooked by the stories within. Do note that two previously published tales are included because they took place in Yellowstone, including one of the scariest I've ever read. Just click download if you have Kindle Unlimited or buy, Rusty's books are always a cut above. If you are new, be sure to check out his Bigfoot Campfire Stories series for excellent Bigfoot tales you won't find anywhere else. Veteran narrator Richard Henzel brilliantly brings these tales to life for the audiobook. He has a natural storyteller voice, that perfectly matches Rusty’s books.

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  • Missy
  • Lakeland, FL
  • 06-20-19

Not Rusty's best

Sorry, I have all of Rusty Wilson's Bigfoot books and this is not one of his best. Most of these stories, 15-20 or more minutes into the story and , though we know what the story teller had for breakfast and lunch for the last week, how many times they tied their shoes in the last three days and their entire childhood history, no Bigfoot yet. Bigfoot usually shows up in the last couple minutes of the story. And as per usual, the narrator is horrendous. Actually, just his attempts at "accents" are what are really horrendous. And his Native American "accent" is to the point of being disrespectful, talking like Tonto from the old 50's Lone Ranger show. It is very distracting. Overall, the stories are ok, if a little TOO long in the tooth and the narration is as terrible as you've become accustomed to with this guy.

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