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Product Details

  • Paperback: 274 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; First edition (May 17, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 145154992X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1451549928
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #179,833 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Autumn Williams has conducted Bigfoot research for 20 years. As the child of a family of long-term witnesses in Washington state, Autumn has focused her research on habituators - people who claim ongoing encounters with Sasquatch. She created OregonBigfoot.com as a central clearinghouse for Bigfoot reports in Oregon and a means to disseminate information as it comes across her desk. Oregon Bigfoot has since grown into a close-knit community of really wonderful folks from all across the country. In 2003, Autumn hosted the television series MYSTERIOUS ENCOUNTERS on Outdoor Life Network. In 2005, she directed and produced a documentary, OREGON BIGFOOT: SEARCH FOR A LIVING LEGEND. She currently lives in Oregon.

Customer Reviews

What a great story this was... I read the whole book in one sitting... couldn't put it down.
Joanne Keller
Long-term habituation scenarios are often scoffed at by the Bigfoot Community, and the public at large; but this book makes this one seem utterly convincing.
Steven Streufert
Since I keep up with everything Bigfoot, this helped me lean toward the fact his story may actually be true.
Jill

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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By J.J. Bookman on November 16, 2010
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Enoch is an interesting book if only for the story that it tells. The BFs are painted as real creatures with many human characteristics and many wild animal ones as well. Later on in the book their family, breeding, social and even ethnic characteristics are detailed. They are depicted as quite skittish, secretive and even violent when "Mike" does something out-of-line to surprise or intimidate them. The scene where he tried to take a picture of Enoch was sobering both in the speed and power displayed by the BF in striking out at "Mike" and then crushing the camera like a pack of smokes. YIKES! There is some discussion about BF DNA evidence and its comparison to human DNA and where it might fit into the primate spectrum or within the chimp-man divide but that's about it for empirical evidence offered. Other than that, there is no corroboration in support what-so-ever to any part of the story. "Mike" could have produced at least a few foot print photos, some hair, a picture of his beat-up face after his various BF run-ins, copies of the obviously large food receipts that he was spending on, some journal entries scanned into the book as figures, anything at all to support the story as more than anecdotal but nothing is offered. The middle chapters wander with whimsical and silly internal arguments the author was having with herself while writing it. The author includes a lot of draft material as filler in the middle and later chapters that might better have been trimmed out or edited to a higher level of presentation. You get the impression that much of the book was typed into the word processor once as draft and then never gone back to to clean up as final prose. Overall I found the story believable and the fact that the BFs are still depicted as essentially an unknown mystery is ok by me.Read more ›
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39 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Steven Streufert on July 23, 2010
Get it now! It will blow you away if you have an ounce of trust left in you. If you want to analyze scat and hair DNA remnants this may not be the book for you. Nonetheless, this book presents fascinating possibilities, and the author is of unquestionable sincerity. More than anyone at this time, Autumn Williams seems to have catalyzed a major change that is now running through to the core of Bigfooting. I have heard repeatedly expressed the sentiment that "proving" the Bigfoot/Sasquatch to the world would only endanger them and threaten their very survival. On her Oregon Bigfoot site and blog she has clearly delineated the reasons why decades of Bigfoot field research have largely failed to produce conclusive results. Autumn is forging a new attitude both toward the "Creatures" and the witnesses, recommending respect for both. This book offers more than the interesting, often humorous story of Mike, a loner who encounters and bonds with Skunk Apes somewhere in Florida; it will also teach you methodology in how to approach anecdotal accounts and deal with the difficulties witnesses face in relating their experiences. Long-term habituation scenarios are often scoffed at by the Bigfoot Community, and the public at large; but this book makes this one seem utterly convincing. Far from some kind of delusional believer or New-Age seeker of the "Forest Brothers," Autumn Williams is cool, collected, and logical in her approach. Her coming to know and trust the witness, Mike, parallels the process of Mike's gradual understanding of and bonding with this mysterious being. It is a trans-species interaction that quite likely will challenge your ideas of humanness, sentience and intelligence.Read more ›
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Noël on March 3, 2011
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I just finished this book and am very impressed. The reader must decide whether or not to suspend disbelief, and I decided to, for the sake of an enhanced reading experience. The details that Autumn Williams conveys (by way of her long-term witness Mike) are many and astonishing. Both she and Mike are very articulate so that their dual story really spellbinds. Aside from a whole bunch of proofreading oversights (which I assume will be corrected in a next edition), I have no criticism of the content; I even came to be persuaded by her reasons for believing Mike's account in the absense of "proof," and by much of her critique of the methodology of contemporary Sasquatch research. I have learned much from ENOCH: A BIGFOOT STORY and will incorporate this expanded awareness into my ongoing field research and into the new edition of my own book, IMPOSSIBLE VISITS: INTERACTIONS WITH SASQUATCH AT HABITUATION SITES. Currently, only a handful of books about long-term-witness (or "habituation") situations exist, but it is my hope that this nonfiction genre will quickly burgeon, soon building a solid infrastructure of knowledge prior to "the day of discovery"--when lengthy, persuasive video or a dead body is presented to the world--because on that day the media will seek to spike ratings by provoking hysteria among the general public. The key, then, will be for the millions of suddenly fascinated yet anxious people to have readily accessible sources to consult in order to learn of the astonishing subtlety, intelligence, even the civility, of this species. All credible knowledge gained by then, especially the respectful, highly textured accounts shared by long-term habituators, will probably make for the best barrier between Sasquatch and its would-be trophy hunters.Read more ›
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