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Tracking the Stone Man: West Virginia's Bigfoot

Here's a new book that I heard about today….

Tracking the Stone Man: West Virginia's Bigfoot came out earlier this month (April 5). The book is by Dr. Russell L. Jones, and is "A narrative of the search for Bigfoot in West Virginia and a description of the inner workings of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization (BFRO)."

Here's a longer description:

"Tracking the Stone Man is a collection of essays from Dr. Jones' youthful introduction to Bigfoot to his becoming a leader in the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization (BFRO). Perhaps most interesting are Dr. Jones' adventures and encounters in the wild forests, steep ridges, and hollows of the Appalachian Mountains, the highest mountains east of the Rockies.
"He concisely describes conflict, emotion, debate, and 'Bigfootery' within the Bigfoot community. The 160 pages of this fast moving, tightly written book offer and abundance of action and suspense.
"Words are not wasted on Bigfoot 'fuzz,' fantasy, and speculations. In eleven chapters, The Stone Man contains 38 b&w photographs, including five clear track photos. There are also two custom drawn maps, five forensic investigation drawings, and four appendices. Published by Willamette City Press, LLC and priced at only $11.99, the book is available from Amazon.com and select stores. For signed copies contact the publisher. 
"Dr. Jones also gives readers an exceptional description of the inner workings of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization. The BFRO is widely known and maintains and excellent website, but for those on the outside, it seems tantamount to a secret society.
"CONTACTS: wcpress@comcast.net"

You can get the book here.
 
 
 

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