"Notes From The Field, Tracking North America's Sasquatch" by William Jevning is my favorite Bigfoot book of all time.
It's not easy to impress me. I've read a lot of mediocre books that get no evidence across and ones that talk in vague broad strokes of folklore and regional BF's, but this book amazed me from the moment I opened it. It possesses a lot of sketches, tons of pictures, covering everything from the Native American legends to modern-day encounters.
The author covered everything from the history of BF to signs of his behavior, signs of his biology, interviews, witness sketches, and tons of evidence all tied up into one reference book. It reads like those great BF documentaries I love. I wanted more. In fact, I'd really be happy to have the book made into a documentary. There was evidence in this book I had never seen or heard about.
Honestly, if you love Bigfoot, this is THE book to own. I cannot seem to put it down. I get so lost in it, I forget time and duties. That says a lot because these days, I can't sit through a whole movie.
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