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Rusty Wilson's Alaskan Bigfoot Campfire Stories ❰Reading❯ ➸ Rusty Wilson's Alaskan Bigfoot Campfire Stories Author Rusty Wilson – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Always wanted to go see Alaska, the th state, but never could work it out Well, never fear, because after reading these stories, you ll probably change your mind and decide to instead visit someplace Alaskan Bigfoot MOBI ô Always wanted to go see Alaska, the th state, but never could work it out Well, never fear, because after reading these stories, you ll probably change your mind and decide to instead visit someplace safe and predictable In this baker s dozen of all new and original stories from Rusty Wilson, the World s Greatest Bigfoot Storyteller, you ll see an Alaska that few see, an Alaska that maybe even Rusty Wilson's PDF/EPUB or fewer want to see, and an Alaska that puts all the other states to shame for mysterious places and happenings, as well as having the highest number per capita of people who go missing without a trace Come read about a photographer who finally gets his wish to see the Northern Lights, only to find there are other things that glow in the Arctic wilds then read about the Kodiak bear guide Wilson's Alaskan Bigfoot eBook ↠ who finds much than he was hunting for and there s the soldier who ends up finding something just a little unusual while out surveying the Alcan Highway then read about the native Alaskan who s haunted by a dream of epic proportions and, if you dare, ride along with a young native girl on a snowmachine as her attempt to save her mother s life looks like it may end in sinister disaster and there s the strange sight seen by two roustabouts out checking an oil pipeline and the bush pilot who sees a chilling sight on one of Alaska s largest glaciers and the story of almost catching something besides salmon in fish camp then read about the elusive and very destructive Copper People two guys who go hunting with a drone and find exactly what they were looking for after they ve changed their minds and a woman who finds there s much to the deep wilderness than what can be seen then read about unexpected trouble in Alaska s version of the Bermuda Triangle and finally, explore the deep rainforest of strange and mysterious Yakobi Island, hoping you live to tell about it All these and great campfire tales are guaranteed to make you happy you re safe and sound in your house instead of listening to a strange howling in the darkness from inside your thin nylon tent, deep in the Alaskan wilds Or, if you re truly the adventurous type, maybe you ll want to buy a thin nylon tent and head to Alaska, but good luck if you do Fly fishing guide Rusty Wilson spent years collecting these stories from his clients around the campfire, stories guaranteed to scare the pants off you or make you want to meet the Big Guy I don t typically get a lot of clients from Alaska, as they have their own great fishing holes up there, but I do have many who were originally from Alaska and have moved Outside what the Alaskans call the rest of the world Some of the absolute best stories I ve ever heard came from these intrepid souls, many who are far braver than I think I could ever be, given the often hairy circumstances they experienced Rusty Wilson.


10 thoughts on “Rusty Wilson's Alaskan Bigfoot Campfire Stories

  1. cEe beE cEe beE says:

    Ive been on a reading binge of Bigfoot books but I really enjoyed Rusty Wilson s stories His stories are engaging and well written This Alaskan edition though, has one of the best Bigfoot stories I ve ever read, Lost on Yakobi Island The next and last one was also very good I liked this so much, I might just buy a copy.


  2. Glenn Garfield Glenn Garfield says:

    Very interesting once you start reading you cant stop Absolutely loved the true to life stories very believable, especially for those that have had hard to explain experience s and sightings


  3. Patrick Walker Patrick Walker says:

    Gots to LOVE Bigfoot stories


  4. Carolyn E. Turner Carolyn E. Turner says:

    Another Great Set of StoriesRusty always delivers the best stories I have read all of his books and enjoyed each one Keep the stories coming..


  5. Ursula Johnson Ursula Johnson says:

    Thrilling Bigfoot Encounters in AlaskaAt last, a new collection of Bigfoot tales from the master, Rusty Wilson Sit back, relax and be very glad you aren t anywhere near the boonies in Alaska This is a great collection of stories of Bigfoot encounters set in the largest state Bigfoot lovers know that while they are found in all U.S states except Hawaii, the ones in Alaska tend to have a fierce reputation,so than the ones in the lower 48 This collection will definitely keep you hooked Thrilling Bigfoot Encounters in AlaskaAt last, a new collection of Bigfoot tales from the master, Rusty Wilson Sit back, relax and be very glad you aren t anywhere near the boonies in Alaska This is a great collection of stories of Bigfoot encounters set in the largest state Bigfoot lovers know that while they are found in all U.S states except Hawaii, the ones in Alaska tend to have a fierce reputation,so than the ones in the lower 48 This collection will definitely keep you hooked I read the book in one sitting, it was engrossing No spoilers here, but suffice it to say, most of the folks whose wonderful tales are shared left Alaska As always, the tales are told with love and respect and you may not want to read this at night with the lights off The Alaskan Bigfoot Campfire Stories is the latest in the Bigfoot Campfire series If you enjoy this book, and you will, check out the other books in the series They are all equally fantastic, well written and muchinteraction than someone who saw a figure on a highway, for better or worse I have them all and they are all great even after multiple reads Must reads include, The Hairy Trio of Bigfoot Stories and the excellent, Ten Intense Bigfoot Campfire Stories They are all highly addictive Don t forget to check out Rusty s blog and say hi, he loves to hear from fans


  6. nowyat nowyat says:

    Outdoor adventures that should be trueEven if these aren t exactly true stories entirely and I was expecting Elvis to pop out of the shrubbery and do a Bigfoot duet a couple times , in most of them the author does a great job siting dates, locations and even names which boosts his credibility In both this and his Canadian Bigfoot stories the stories themselves had enough drama to keep the reader glued to their kindle even without the appearance of his royal Sasquatchness. In one story a fr Outdoor adventures that should be trueEven if these aren t exactly true stories entirely and I was expecting Elvis to pop out of the shrubbery and do a Bigfoot duet a couple times , in most of them the author does a great job siting dates, locations and even names which boosts his credibility In both this and his Canadian Bigfoot stories the stories themselves had enough drama to keep the reader glued to their kindle even without the appearance of his royal Sasquatchness. In one story a frustrated hunting guide has to wrangle his armed and drunken hunters before they end up killing him, in another a state employed archeologist learns a shocking and deadly secret Really too many good stories to mention I read this on KU but will definitely buy it so I can force other people to read it It would be an awesome gift book to Bears, moose, and Bigfoot, oh my I learned a lot of scary facts too Swarms of mosquitoes can kill a Carrboro, it s really lonely and terrifying to do oil pipeline maintenance, polar bearswell find out for yourself Fascinating stuff


  7. Mitch Mitch says:

    Another great book by Wilson Rusty Wilson consistently puts out entertaining and fun stories about the elusive Sasquatch His stories will grip you and scare you silly A great collection.


  8. Billie Shinall Billie Shinall says:

    Good stories I have read most if not all of Rusty s stories Do I believe all of them No If you believe or not the stories are enjoyable reading.


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