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Tyler's Cryptozoo Best Bigfoot Books

*This is a re-post of an earlier post.*

Recently, Loren Coleman posted what he thought were the 50 best Bigfoot Books of all time on his blog CryptoZooNews.




 Doug Waller from SOSBI posted what were his favorite Bigfoot books on the SOSBI facebook page the other day because many of them were not on Loren's list.

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So, I have decided to also make a list of some of my favorite Bigfoot books. And please remember, this is just my personal opinion out of what books I have read about Bigfoot. I don't want to start any arguments.

Now, here's my list. Enjoy!

Sasquatch: The Apes Among Us. By John Green.
Hancock House, 2006

Bigfoot! The True Story of Apes in America. By Loren Coleman. Paraview Pocket Books, 2003

The Locals: A Contemporary Investigation of the Bigfoot/Sasquatch PhenomenonBy Thom Powell. Hancock House, 2003

The Hoopa Project. By David Paulides. Hancock House, 2008

Tribal Bigfoot. By David Paulides. Hancock House, 2009

The Beast of Boggy Creek: The True Story of the Fouke MonsterBy Lyle Blackburn. Anomalist Books, 2012

Monster Trek: The Obsessive Search for Bigfoot. By Joe Gisondi. University of Nebraska Press, 2016

The Bigfoot Book: The Encyclopedia of Sasquatch, Yeti, And Cryptid Primates. By Nick Redfern. Visible Ink Press, 2015

Bigfoot: Exploring the Myth and Discovering the TruthBy Tom Burnette and Rob Riggs. Llewellyn Publications, 2014

Raincoast Sasquatch. By J. Robert Alley. Hancock House, 2003

Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science.  By Jeff Meldrum. Forge, 2006

The YowieBy Tony Healy and Paul Cropper. Anomalist Books, 2006

Bigfoot Casebook Updated. By Janet & Colin Bord. Pine Woods Press, 2006

The Historical Bigfoot. By Chad Arment. Coachwhip Publications, 2006

Hidden Encounters: More Bigfoot Stories from Southeastern Ohio and Beyond. By Doug Waller. Otter Bay Books, 2015

Standing in the Shadows: Bigfoot Stories from Southeastern Ohio. By Doug Waller. Otter Bay Books, 2013

On the Track of BigfootBy Marian T. Place. The Cornwall Press, 1974

Legend of the Grassman: The Bigfoot of Salt Fork State ParkBy Joedy Cook. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2011

Beginner's Guide to Bigfoot ResearchBy Joedy Cook. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2011

Traces of the Grassman: The Search for the Ohio Bigfoot. By Joedy Cook. America Star Books(AKA Publish America), 2010

Bigfoot Encounters in Ohio: Quest for the Grassman. By Christopher L. Murphy in association with Joedy Cook & George Clappison. Hancock House, 2006

The Field Guide To Bigfoot and Other Mystery Primates. By Loren Coleman and Patrick Huyghe.  Anomalist Books, 2006 (Originally called The Field Guide to Bigfoot, Yeti, and Other Mystery Primates Worldwide, Avon Books, 1999)

Bigfoot in Linn County OregonBy Ray Crowe. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014

True Giants: Is Gigantopithecus Still Alive? By Mark A. Hall and Loren Coleman. Anomalist Books, 2010

Sasquatch: North America's Enduring Mystery. By Rupert Matthews. Arcturus Publishing Limited, 2008, 2014

Sasquatch: Bigfoot: The Continuing MysteryBy Thomas N. Steenburg. Hancock House, 1990

Those are just a few of the Bigfoot Books I have that I have read that I thought should be on this list. Here are some others that I have heard are really good but do not have or have not read yet:

The Best of Sasquatch BigfootBy John Green

Praise for the Hairy ManBy Andrew Colvin

Encounters: True Stories of the North American BigfootBy Dina M. Palazini

When Roger Met Patty.  By William Munns

What Would Sasquatch Do? By Steve Kulls


So, There you go. This is the list of some of my favorite Bigfoot books, and it will be updated over time. I know that some of the authors on the list (including Loren Coleman, Doug Waller, Joedy Cook, Lyle Blackburn, Thom Powell, and Jeff Meldrum) are working on more books about Bigfoot. Those books will probably be added someday, and maybe one of mine will, too!

If you know of any other good Bigfoot books not listed here be sure to let me know in the comments!





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