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Bigfoot Observer's Field Manual: A practical and easy-to-follow step-by-step guide to your very own face-to-face encounter with a legend Paperback – October 1, 2008
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About the Author
Since he saw his first Sasquatch in 1957 in Mason County Washington, Robert W. Morgan has traveled the world seeking more information about the beings he calls Forest Giants.
His search has led him to Native Americans and their legends, a Tibetan lama, and expeditions to the forests of Washington State, sometimes alone, sometimes in groups. He has had encounters with these beings, which he believes are True Human Beings.
Morgan resides in Whitefish, Montana, where he spends the winter months writing. Summertime is reserved for more adventures.
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My husband was so impressed by this book that he's shared it with his other camper friends, who all laughed at the cover but then read a few paragraphs and made comments like "hey, this guy knows what he's doing" or "he sounds intelligent and very reasonable."
The author gives Bigfoot stalking a good name (unlike the men near my husband's campsite). He almost made me a believer - I'm at least more open to the theory now, hah hah. Recommend for anyone who is looking for a solid camping guide - just ignore (or enjoy?) the silly cover.