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Bigfoot Campfire Stories

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 24th, 2011

Looking at the reviews on Amazon.com, this series of books looks like they would be good reading material for the Bigfoot enthusiasts among the Cryptomundians.

Perhaps as a Christmas gift or stocking stuffer for your favorite Bigfoot enthusiast.

Rusty Wilson’s Bigfoot Campfire Stories

And now, a great Bigfoot book for both the Bigfoot believer and those who just enjoy a good story! Flyfishing 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! Come read about a lonely albino Bigfoot — being stalked in the forests of northern California — a Bigfoot and his dog — rockhounding in Nevada with the Big Guy — the Bigfoot who tried to stop the BASE jumpers — and many more great campfire tales! And best of all, you’ll marvel at the recent discovery of a cave where Bigfoot possibly recorded their history and language! 205 pages, 18 stories…but only if you dare… “I’ve spent a lot of my life sitting around a campfire, swapping stories with my fishing clients. We always have fun, but sometimes we don’t sleep too well afterwards.” —Rusty Wilson Also available in Kindle format on Amazon.

Rusty Wilson’s More Bigfoot Campfire Stories

Another great book from Rusty Wilson, Bigfoot expert and storyteller. This is the sequel to Rusty’s first collection of Bigfoot campfire stories, tales for both the Bigfoot believer and those who just enjoy a good story! Flyfishing 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! Come read about a Bigfoot ghost town — being stalked in the high mountains of Colorado — a Bigfoot and his stolen dogpack — a Bigfoot caught in a pothole deep in a canyon of Utah — the Bigfoot who tried to hijack a train in Oregon — what happened when a Bigfoot finally revealed itself to its caretaker — and many more great campfire tales…but only if you don’t want to go to sleep at night… “It always amazes me how the quietest person can often have the scariest tale. I think Bigfoot is attracted to thinkers.” —Rusty Wilson Also available in Kindle format on Amazon.

Rusty Wilsons Favorite Bigfoot Campfire Stories

Rusty Wilson’s Favorite Bigfoot Campfire Stories

Another great book from Rusty Wilson, Bigfoot expert and storyteller. This is the third print book in Rusty’s collection of Bigfoot campfire stories, tales for both the Bigfoot believer and those who just enjoy a good story! This book is a compilation of three of Rusty’s ebooks (“Ten Intense Bigfoot Campfire Stories,” “Six Short Bigfoot Campfire Stories,” and “Hairy Trio of Bigfoot Campfire Stories“) for those of you without ereaders or who just want them in print. Flyfishing 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! Come read about a territorial Bigfoot guarding a cave high in the Colorado mountains — a group of mountain bikers being stalked on a remote ride — a Bigfoot who’s tired of tourists — a night hike gone astray — the weather forecasting Bigfoot — a woman who finds definitive proof of the existence of Bigfoot — and the kids who witness a Bigfoot picnic — all great campfire tales — but be careful, as sleep will elude you… “I think those who are fortunate enough to see Bigfoot may not realize their good luck—but they are truly blessed to have had a connection with another species that may be as smart as humans, even if it did scare the pants off them.” —Rusty Wilson

Rusty Wilson grew up in the state of Washington, in the heart of Bigfoot country. He didn’t know a thing about Bigfoot until he got lost at the age of six and was then found and subsequently adopted by a kindly Bigfoot family. He lived with them until he was 16, when they finally gave up on ever socializing him into Bigfoot ways (he hated garlic and pancakes, refused to sleep in a nest, wouldn’t hunt wild pigs, and on top of it all, his feet were small). His Bigfoot family then sent him off to Evergreen State College in nearby Olympia, thinking it would be liberal enough to take care of a kid with few redeeming qualities, plus they liked the thick foliage around the college and figured Rusty could live there, saving them money for housing. At Evergreen, Rusty studied wildlife biology, eventually returning to the wilds, after first learning to read and write and regale everyone with his wild tales. He eventually became a flyfishing guide, and during his many travels in the wilds, he collected stories from others who have had contact with Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch. Because of his background, Rusty is considered to be the world’s foremost Bigfoot expert (at least so by himself, if not by anyone else). He’s spent many a fun evening around campfires with his clients, telling stories. Some of those clients had some pretty good stories of their own. And now, for the first time, he’s willing to share their stories with you. He’s also working on a book about his own experiences. Whether you’re a Bigfoot believer or not, we hope you enjoy these tall tales…or are they really true stories? Only Rusty and his fellow story tellers know for sure.

Rusty Wilsons Favorite Bigfoot Campfire Stories

Craig Woolheater – has written 2532 posts on this site.
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster.


5 Responses to “Bigfoot Campfire Stories”

  1. choppedlow responds:

    Why is almost every book you read about Bigfoot, they are generally nice and passive, but this book is filled with acts of aggression? I’m not saying it isn’t a good read, and not a fun book to plow through in a short time. I was left wondering why this “guide” only hears stories that make Bigfoot out to be a crazed bi-polar beast that scares everyone? Oh yah. It’s a “campfire” book.

  2. gridbug responds:

    I do believe I may have to partake of this collection. Thanks for the heads up, Craig!

    :)

  3. Rusty Wilson responds:

    Thanks a million for the mention!

    As for the comment above about my stories all being scary, not true! Of course the scary ones make for better campfire stories, that’s just human nature. But my books also have stories about the gentler side of Bigfoot. And some of the scary stories don’t really implicate Bigfoot as being mean, some of it’s the human imagination taking the situation and making it scary. But I will say that when Bigfoot is scary, he’s darn scary! No messin’ around with Sasquatch.

    In any case, thanks again for the good word. I’m not into this for self-aggrandizement, but rather to share stories and make people more aware that this creature is real. I’ve had lots of my clients tell me they’ve seen or heard them, and I’ve had my own experiences, too.

    Best wishes, Rusty

  4. scottyboysquatch responds:

    Fun read! Loved it!

  5. Rusty Wilson responds:

    Thanks, Scottyboysquatch!

    If Cryptomundo will allow it, I’d also like to mention a new book I want to do called “The Bigfoot Runes.” Take a look here.

    And if it flies, everyone will get cool stuff. I’ll send Craig a free book, too, for letting me list this here. Thanks and keep on Squatchin’!!



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