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Another "New" Bigfoot Book

Tim Renner isn't the only person with a new book out on Bigfoot...

Barton Nunnelly has a 2nd, updated and expanded edition of his book Bigfoot in Kentucky (originally published in 2011).

Below is the book description from Amazon:

"There is little doubt that the state of Kentucky is one of the strangest places in the country. The 'dark and bloody ground' of the Native Americans has given birth to accounts of UFO's, flying creatures, Lizard Men and even werewolves. But one monster stands out above the rest - Bigfoot! There are so many sightings of these hairy giants in the Bluegrass State that it has come to be ranked as one of the most active for Bigfoot sightings east of the Mississippi River! In his latest title, B.M. Nunnelly, author of Mysterious Kentucky, has collected Bigfoot reports, sightings and first-hand accounts from every county in the state, compiling a a fascinating documentation of ordinary people and their encounters with the unknown. Delve into the long, strange history of Bigfoot in the Bluegrass State, from the 'Wildman' reports of the 1800s to recent encounters in some of the most unexpected locations. 'Bigfoot in Kentucky,' the expanded, updated second edition, is a book that is bound to satisfy your cravings for the unusual and may just have you roaming the woods and hills in hopes of an encounter of your own!"

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