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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I want to believe it. Having higfoot that, if you are already convinced or at least intrigued by external evidence, read this book! As grounded in gritty reality as Mike’s account is, even he seemed to find an extrasensory aspect to his involvement with the creatures. That should teach me to judge a book by its cover. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List.
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Autumn is a wonderful person, but she’s also VERY naive and unquestioning. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Want to add to the discussion? The other is a recounting of a witness’s involvement with the phenomena at a personal level.
Enoch: A Bigfoot Story
I think that may be the reason it is so fascinating. Haven’t read the book, though I can say that I have nothing good to say about Autumn Williams. It’s really too bad Autumn isn’t participating in her blog anymore; I think due to health reasons, she has pulled back. In Iceland, to this day, there is tremendous respect for the elves who are believed to live in stones and other natural features of the land.
Ray Foy worked in Information Technology in the southern US for over 30 years before becoming an author of speculative fiction. Oregon Bigfoot has since grown into a close-knit community of really wonderful folks from all across the country. It touches on many things that many researchers have guessed at, but are consistent with some great apes and ancestral human species, while mentioning nothing of the paranormal orb-chasing and cloaking garbage IMO garbage, anyway that is sometimes associated with other long-term witnesses.
I agree with Whitley Strieber that in regards to paranormal or simply unknown matters, it is best to maintain an attitude of “keeping the question open. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. What a fascinating read. Thank you for this post. That story came from a time when Mike was seeking escape from personal problems in the solitude of the Florida swamp-lands.
He found that he could pick up on emotion from them nigfoot that they seemed to use that as a means to communicate. The fossil record tells us that at one time, there were a large number zutumn hominids on the earth–human and not–and Mike’s story indicates that one such race has survived along with us, mostly by being able to eat anything and by staying away from us. While Mike’s story wasn’t even close to being real, it was still entertaining and fun to read.
Autumb the story contained in this book is true – IF In Native cultures, the Hairy One may be scary monsters used to keep children in camp but they may, just as easily, be seen as guardians of the woods. Want to Read saving…. The second type can be very powerful if it comes off as believable. More than anything, I take Enoch as a study in the psychology of a bigfoot witness.
What would we learn about these creatures, if we stopped pursuing them How does it interact with others of its kind?
I was feeling what he was feeling.
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I enjoyed this book so much. How does Bigfoot live? Autumn responded directly to these comments and stated it was definitely not the guy she had interviewed. I bugfoot there is a plausible way that we would do anything other than wreak devastation in our misguided efforts to “protect” them. Let’s move beyond that.
This explains why there are no bones or bodies that are found. After reading this book and looking into the life and work of Autumn Williams, I must say, this account is typical of the entire Bigfoot subject; it is captivating, entertaining, thought provoking, and ultimately insoluble.