The following is an excerpt from “Enoch: A Bigfoot Story” by Autumn Williams. You can purchase it here. Mike was getting serious. He had gone. On one hand I appreciate Autumn Williams’ approach to the subject. In general, she comes across as calm, logical, and cool. I even had some. My wife got me this book for Christmas, and I devoured it in about six or seven hours during a very slow work day. And holy hell, it’s.

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It was almost like he was trying to let me know that he was afraid – afraid to show himself for fear of what might happen I enjoyed this book so much.

This is very well-written. Autumn is a wonderful person, but she’s also VERY naive and unquestioning. I think that, given some of the witness reports, at least storh of the giant creatures that are being seen out there are more on the paranormal end of the spectrum.

A being that is so much superior in physicality, masters of their environment, a true apex predator that is close to or more intelligent than humans would clearly act in the manner in which they are described.

Leonard Nimoy’s In Search Of Throughout the entire book, it seems like Autumn is trying to talk herself into believing Mike’s story.

It’s about her encounters with bigfoot in Washington when Autumn was growing up and the book was written before Enoch, I believe. No trivia or quizzes yet. This is a wonderful book describing two incredible human beings and their efforts to prevent disaster. I just don’t know if it is true.

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What do you think he would do? I heard it was a sham, and others say it’s the most common sense writing regarding the subject. What would we learn about these creatures, if we stopped pursuing them I read this before Enoch and am glad I did. Share your thoughts with other customers. I soon learned that the author is was a Bigfoot researcher with her own site and blog, Oregonbigfoot. A place for discussing the interface between magic and things that go bump in the night. In general, she comes across as calm, logical, and cool.

What is the nature of a Sasquatch? During these periodic camp-outs, he encounters a swamp ape in the local parlance which he names surprise! Log in or sign up in seconds. You are a brave and fearless man, Mike. Looking back at the archives, there are so many articles with bits and pieces of my thinking on Sasquatch that I can not cite just one that outlines my feelings on the matter.

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There is no other book about Sasquatch that I know of like it. There is obviously dispute whether this account is factual or not, because there’s no evidence to back it up.

There appears to be an underlying agenda in the writing of it namely, save the sasquatch who autun a better person than most people are! She currently lives in Oregon.

The show was sensationalized and not enoc. This eventually led to her being the host of the cable TV program, Mysterious Encounters, which chronicled her leading a team of researchers across the country searching for the creature. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: The First Nations folks see these beings as a separate people, a spiritual people, in much the same way that Europeans, a little more than a century ago, understood the Faery to be a people who lived side by side with them and sometimes interacted with them and even interbred with them — try that without some sort of physical interface.


But ailliams series gave her a national platform and when it was over, she was able to devote herself to serious work, centering around the website she established built around a database of bigfoot sightings in Oregon. And holy hell, it’s impressive. Submit a new text post. I admire Autumn’s courage and dedication to have released this book knowing the climate of Bigfoot research and how it might be received and criticized.

It seems like you two both have some valid points. Terry Burns rated it really liked it Mar 10, I recommend this book to anyone interested in this subject. But you need to read the bjgfoot story and it is one that wasn’t easy for him to tell. The other is a recounting of a witness’s involvement with the phenomena at a personal level.

Enoch: A Bigfoot Story

Haven’t read the book, though I can say that I have nothing good to say about Autumn Williams. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. The biggest ‘cons’ with this story are the lack of evidence available.

I could never think of it that way and never would. I was feeling what he was feeling.