Non-Fiction Bigfoot Books
Enoch: A Bigfoot Story
What is a Sasquatch? Is it human? Animal? Or something in-between? How does Bigfoot live? How does it interact with others of its kind? And how would it interact with us? What would we learn about these creatures, if we stopped pursuing them... and they no longer avoided us?
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MAN-MONKEY - In Search of the British Bigfoot
Is Britain really home to a Bigfoot-style entity? Does the creature have supernatural origins? Or is it something else entirely? Nick Redfern addresses all of these questions in Man-Monkey and reveals a story that is as bizarre as it is macabre.
Valley of the Skookum: Four Years of Encounters With Bigfoot
by Sali-Sheppard Wolford
Written by Autumn Williams' mother, this book details, in her words, the ongoing encounters with Sasquatch and other unexplained phenomena in the late 1970's near their homestead in the Washington mountains.
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The Historical Bigfoot
by Chad Arment
The Historical Bigfoot covers sightings of Wild Men, Gorillas, Yahoos, and What-Is-It's, from the early 1800s to the 1940s. Before the term "Bigfoot" was coined to signify an unknown species of North American primate, sightings of towering bipedal apes were reported throughout the continent, but called a variety of names.
Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science
by Dr. Jeff Meldrum
Jeffrey Meldrum gives us the first book on sasquatch to be written by a scientist with impeccable academic credentials, an objective look at the facts in a field mined with hoaxes and sensationalism.
Bigfoot Casebook updated: Sightings And Encounters from 1818 to 2004
by Janet and Colin Bord
A survey of man-beast sighting reports in the USA covering 150 years until 1980: wild men of the woods, attacks and
kidnappings, monster mania, phantoms and UFOs. Illustrated with photographs and witness drawings. First published by
Granada, 1982: NOW UPDATED!
The Locals: A Contemporary Investigation of the Bigfoot/Sasquatch Phenomenon
by Thom Powell
Autumn says: "HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!"
"...Powell doesn't waste his or the reader's time by rehashing (at least in lengthy detail) the "classic" cases--the Albert Ostman story, Ruby Creek, Mt. St. Helens, the Patterson film, etc. Instead, Powell focuses his energies on relating and interpreting more modern (or previously less publicized) accounts..."
Bigfoot! : The True Story of Apes in America
From reports of Bigfoot's existence found in ancient Native American traditions, to the controversial Patterson-Gimlin film of a Bigfoot in the wild, to today's Internet sites that record the sightings almost as soon as they occur, Coleman uncovers the past, explains the present, and considers the future of one of the greatest unsolved mysteries in the natural world.
Abominable Snowmen: Legend Come to Life
by Ivan T Sanderson
In the opinion of one of the world's leading naturalists, not one, but possibly four separate kinds of yeti still walk the earth! Factual reports of wild, strange, hairy men have emanated from every continent except Australia and the Antarctic!
Meet the Sasquatch
Chris Murphy, with the help of John Green and Thomas Steenburg, as well as many others, may have produced the best Sasquatch/Bigfoot book since Green's "Sasquatch: the Apes Among Us" in 1978.
This book is deceptively thin, but holds within over 640 pictures, some of which have never been published before
In The Big Thicket
On the Trail of the Wildman
In the Big Thicket, the unknown makes profound intrusions into what we call "reality." There are wonders in this region of East Texas and in Southwestern Louisiana"ghost lights," phantom Indians, howling ape-like "wild men," and fireballs that streak through the nighttime skies that defy both our common sense notions of space-time and all attempts at scientific explanation.
In Pursuit of a Legend
72 Days in California Bigfoot Country
Backpacking into the heart of California Bigfoot Country, a wildland firefighter and a struggling writer seek evidence of the legendary Bigfoot. They hope to solve the mysteryfor themselves if for no one else. An early track find of 21-inch footprints offers as much intrigue as it does doubt. Are they even prepared to believe in the creature that may have left the tracks?
The Bigfoot Film Controversy
The Bigfoot Film Controversy presents the complete text of Roger Patterson's landmark book "Do Abominable Snowmen of America Really Exist?" along with a paragraph of historical corrections, and a supplementary update on the famous Patterson/Gimlin Bigfoot film.
The Best of Sasquatch Bigfoot
by John Green
The Best of Sasquatch Bigfoot is a compilation that reprents his previous titles "On the Track of the Sasquatch" and "Encounters with Bigfoot" along with 16 pages of brand new material.
Sasquatch/Bigfoot: The Search for North America's Incredible Creature
by Don Hunter, Rene Dahinden (Contributor)
"...This is a prime book for someone that is generally interested in the bigfoot phenomenon as Dahinden relates the classics, the less-than-classics, and a few minor other stories. Of the Big 4, Dahinden was probably the most in-the-field, his passion bordered on obsession and he notes in the book that it cost him his marriage..."
Hiking the Bigfoot Country
by John Hart
"Hiking the Bigfoot Country" is the first and still the only reasonably comprehensive guide to hiking in the rugged Klamath Mountains of northern California and southwest Oregon, a fascinating region including the Siskiyous, the Trinity Alps, and many other destinations. Though in need of updating, the book remains in steady demand as a tool for hikers and conservationists wishing to explore a part of the world known for Bigfoot sightings, rare flowering plants and trees, wild rivers and spiny peaks, and wilderness solitude.
Bigfoot Sasquatch: Evidence
by Grover S. Krantz
In a lucid, highly readable style, Dr. Krantz separates the solid evidence from the dubious, corrects many famous misconceptions, and, in the end, really takes the skeptics to task. Perhaps the most commendable aspect of this work is the professional and level-headed treatment Krantz gives his topic... The detailed study of the famous "Patterson/Gimlin" film of bigfoot, along with thorough investigation into the veracity of the dermal ridges found in some footprint casts, show this book to be the work of a serious scientist.
Where Bigfoot Walks:
Crossing the Dark Divide
by Robert Michael Pyle
A search for the Pacific Northwest's fabled Bigfoot provides a jumping-off point for nature writer Robert Michael Pyle's lyrical ruminations on wilderness, isolation, and the occasional triumphs of mystery over so-called progress. Pyle's well-researched stomping ground is Washington State's Dark Divide in the Cascade Mountains--this rugged country of loggers and recreationists has been the scene for many sightings of the elusive man-beast.
Bigfoot Across America
by Philip L. Rife
This highly-readable, state-by-state guide to hundreds of the most dramatic Bigfoot encounters will likely convince you there really are a race of mysterious giants living among us.
America's Bigfoot: Fact, Not Fiction
by Dmitri Bayanov, Igor Bourtsev
This volume was published in Russia in 1997. This book chronicles the story of how the Russians got a copy of this film (from Rene Dahinden) and the subsequent story of their involvement with it. This evidence was analyzed by the Russians and their findings and conclusions are presented in this book to the reader.
by B. Ann Slate, Al Berry
(Autumn says: HIGHLY RECOMMENDED if you can find it!)
The Ape Cave Horror: The Sasquatch Encounters Two
Over the last year, hikers and campers have gone missing around the Mount Saint Helens area. Andrew Bridgeston, a Sasquatch enthusiast, is positive that one of these legendary creatures is involved with the disappearances.
The Unleashing: The Sasquatch Encounters One
Overhead, a small charter plane buzzes the treetops of the Canadian wilderness, entering a zone of endless possibilities for the men on their annual hunting trip. Some are very experienced, while others hope to bag a trophy for the first time. What the men do not know is that a monster lurks below.
The Devil's Ridge
Action adventure novel set in the Eastern Kentucky Appalachians, where Brad Brown and his team are pursuing a mysterious quarry--North America's great ape, the sasquatch. Advising the group is Jesse McCoy, a young man whose own past encounter with the creature fuels his desire for answers. They track down three of the elusive beasts, but the ensuing confrontation spells tragedy for some and redemption for others in an all-out fight for survival.
"Indeed, what Travers has created is a story that could definitely take place...a most gripping adventure." --Christopher L. Murphy, author of Meet the Sasquatch
A compelling, modern novel about an ordinary man having a not-so-ordinary encounter with one of the legendary creatures known as bigfoot.
The Haunted Mesa
by Louis L'Amour
The Navajo called them the Anasazi: an enigmatic race of southwestern cliff dwellers. For centuries, the sudden disappearance of this proud and noble people has baffled historians. Summoned to a dark desert plateau by a desperate letter form an old friend, renowned investigator Mike Raglan is drawn into a world of mystery, violence, and explosive revaltion. Crossing the border beyond the laws of man and nature, he will learn the astonishing legacy of the Anasazi -- but not without a price.
In Me Own Words: The Autobiography of Bigfoot
America's favorite crypto-zoological hominid is hilariously recast as the modern-day everyman, struggling with eating disorders, casual cannibalism, pop culture, and philosophical quandaries ("Me once believe in good. Now, no. World go shit, just like Bigfoot screenwriting career").
When Dylan accompanies his father to a meeting of the Bigfoot International society, he's sure that it's just another of Dad's odd hobbies. Soon after, his father joins the society's sinister leader in an expedition to hunt down a Sasquatch specimen, and Dylan decides to go along. He hooks up with an old hermit who seems to be familiar with the area and the legend. When it appears that someone is following the old man, Dylan begins to suspect that his companion may be hiding a mysterious past.
Ufologist Redfern (Cosmic Crashes, etc.) and two paranormally inclined pals, Jonathon Downes and Richard Freeman, take the reader for a rollicking, often alcohol-infused ride in a camper during the summer of 2001, "chasing monsters around the British countryside."
The Great Sasquatch
Conspiracy: Blood on
by J. Hector Beelart
What would you do if you had in your possession a genuine Bigfoot body? Would you sell it to the highest bidder or give it away for the sake of science? Would there be any cultural, sociological, economic or
religious after affects to the disclosure of the body?
Sashwa of the Bigfoot
by Marion Shepherd
A quick moving action novel. This is a fiction novel based on the legendary creature "Bigfoot", set in the north woods of the Western U.S.A. It is a compelling novel of the survival of a young human in the wild and his unique return to the civilized world.
Clan of Cain: The Genesis of Bigfoot
by Shane Lester
Deep in the woods of Tennessee in 1835, an unparalleled encounter occurs. A man, a myth and the obsession to know the truth will reveal a story that will forever change the way you think about Bigfoot
Nioka Bride of Bigfoot
by Paul Doyle
"Paul Doyle has written a fantastic book filled with adventure, humor and wit. He is very funny as he pokes fun at the dogma of political, spiritual and environmental correctness while he effectively underlines the values that dogma intended to support. He clearly loves the Pacific Northwest rainforest he describes in fine detail..."
by Richard Hoyt
Not so much a mystery as an entertainingly cynical adventure story, this clever new series installment (after Whoo? ) sends offbeat Northwest detective John Denson and his partner, Indian shaman Willie Prettybird, on the trail of the legendary Sasquatch.
by Lynn David Hebert
Joel Hawkins, a peace loving person, finds himself caught up in a fierce struggle between two bands of Sasquatch. He himself is caught in a personal struggle between the humanist and the warrior within him.
He must fight to keep his emotions from overriding his reason. He must make the right decisions, or see the Sasquatch destroy themselves.
The Big Bigfoot Book
by Richard Klaw (Editor), et al
In the Pacific Northwest lives a famous being that almost no one has seen. A monster so legendary that it is know the world over. The Indians called it Sasquatch. Asians call it Yeti. Americans call it the Bigfoot. THE BIG BIGFOOT BOOK enlightens this mystery with eight different stories from eight different authors and eight different artists.
by Phillip Kerr
Forget Everest. The most dangerous peak in the Himalayas is Machhapuchhare, considered so sacred that the Nepalese have banned all climbers. And no wonder, as American mountaineering ace Jack Furness discovers after an illegal entry--this is where the Yeti, a.k.a. the Abominable Snowman and Bigfoot, makes his home.
Walking With the Great Apes: Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey, Birute Galdikas
In this study of three great female primatologists, science journalist Montgomery moves beyond biography into ethnology, taking a step that goes well beyond even her subjects' research. Goodall, Fossey and Galdikas each made a similar leap, the author contends, moving from observers and recorders to an almost shamanistic quest to enter the world of the apes they studied.
You’re alone in the wilderness with nothing but a knife and the clothes on your back. Will you survive? Do you have the skills to feed, clothe, and protect yourself? Mark Elbroch, a master tracker, and Mike Pewtherer, a woodland skills educator, put those questions to the test when they embarked on a 46-day, unprovisioned, unequipped journey into the dense wilderness of the northeastern United States.
The Tracker's Field Guide: A Comprehensive Handbook for Animal Tracking in the United States
Venture into an animal's life story through its tracks and signs. More than simply determining where an animal crossed the road, tracking can lead to a study of how the animal uses its habitat, how it travels, where it feeds or hunts, how it breeds and raises its young, and how it survives. In this book, leading tracking expert Jim Lowery distills his remarkable expertise, gained over decades of intensive research and practical field experience, into a comprehensive field guide to tracking North American mammals. Fully illustrated with hundreds of drawings and high-resolution photographs, The Tracker's Field Guide sets a new standard for books on tracking.
Animal Tracking Basics
Tracking wildlife successfully requires more than just looking for trails and scat. It requires an awareness of how an animal behaves in its environment--how it finds food, travels, and rests. A tracker must know how to find and interpret behavioral clues animals leave behind. This how-to book teaches the basics of being a successful tracker--explaining what to look for to find or identify an animal and how to develop an essential environmental awareness. Also describes aging tracks and sign, understanding ecology and mapping, keeping field notes, using track tools, and making casts.
Bigfoot Books for Children
by Hal George Evarts
Hired as a guide for an eccentric professor doing research on the legendary Bigfoot in Idaho, Dingo Reed conducts his own investigation of some of their experiences that appear both suspicious and dangerous.
Nobody Meets Bigfoot
by Marion T. Place
A young boy accompanies his adventurous grandmother on an expedition searching for Bigfoot in the Northwest forests.
The Boy Who Saw Bigfoot
by Marion T. Place
A ten-year-old boy, placed once again with new foster parents, becomes involved in a search for Bigfoot.
Bigfoot Makes a Movie
by Joan Lowery Nixon, Syd Hoff
Young Bigfoot's encounter with a movie-making crew who think he is an actor in costume is very enjoyable--for a while.
Legend of the Desert Bigfoot
by Jake Thoene, Luke Thoene
Massive footprints and clumps of fur--found in the desert? In this latest blockbuster adventure book and video series from Tyndale House Publishers and Focus on the Family, Mike, Winnie, Ben, Spence, and a dog named Jake are hot on the trail of another mystery.
The Trail of Bigfoot (Thorne Twins Adventure Books, 13)
by Dayle Courtney, John Ham (Illustrator)
When the twins' plane goes down in the wilderness of western Canada, their struggle to safety is interrupted by three unfriendly people and warnings about a legendary monster of the Northwest.
Bigfoot (The Mystery Of)
(Non-Fiction) by Mary Blount Christian, Howard Schroeder
Provides theories on the hairy beast sighted all over the world and known in North America as Bigfoot or Sasquatch, also suggesting the possibility of its being a hoax.
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