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Tom Burnette (North Carolina) has written multiple articles on his Bigfoot encounters and has been a regular guest on such radio shows as Let's Talk Paranormal, Tom Biscardi's Bigfoot Lives, and Billy Willard's Sasquatch Watch online radio.
Rob Riggs (Texas) is a twenty-five year veteran journalist, has authored the non-fiction book In the Big Thicket, and has contributed to another non-fiction book, Weird Texas (Sterling Press, 2005). He was a featured writer at the annual Texas Book Festival and has also done several television and radio appearances.
I believe I have many, if not most, of the relevant books on Sasquatch. However, I came across this book and something told me to buy it. And, I'm glad I did. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Colin Bayler
This book was very interesting and gave you a lot of information about Bigfoot from two people who did not know each other for many years but we're experiencing very like... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
First part of book was good. The authors then started talking paranormal bigfoot experiences. They lost me when they started talking about different planes of existence.Published 2 months ago by Matthew Viernow
This is the most ridiculous book on Bigfoot I have ever read, and I admit to being a bigfoot junkie. Read morePublished 2 months ago by James A. Crowley
One of the authors did not get much help from the editor when it was his turn to scribe: I'll say no more on that. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tim
Extremely fascinating accounts of experiences as well as opinions of what their capabilities are ,shifting color of their hair to become invisible just like white tail deerPublished 3 months ago by ewen arthur macdonald
I really liked the beginning, with the history and stories that got them interested in bigfoot. Then it just got to silly for me.Published 3 months ago by Slade Bruce
CANNOT SAY I 100% BUY INTO THE WHOLE BIGFOOT CONTROVERSY, BUT STILL ENJOY READING ALL ABOUT THIS MYSTERY AND THIS BOOK IS ONE OF THE BETTER ONES I HAVE READ. Read morePublished 3 months ago by purpleace