May On Enoch

Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 27th, 2010

Henry May reviews the new Autumn Williams book, Enoch.

Have you read it? What do you think?

No review copy was received by this author, via Cryptomundo, so any critique will have to be sometime in the future.

Loren Coleman About Loren Coleman
Loren Coleman is one of the world’s leading cryptozoologists, some say “the” leading living cryptozoologist. Certainly, he is acknowledged as the current living American researcher and writer who has most popularized cryptozoology in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Starting his fieldwork and investigations in 1960, after traveling and trekking extensively in pursuit of cryptozoological mysteries, Coleman began writing to share his experiences in 1969. An honorary member of Ivan T. Sanderson’s Society for the Investigation of the Unexplained in the 1970s, Coleman has been bestowed with similar honorary memberships of the North Idaho College Cryptozoology Club in 1983, and in subsequent years, that of the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club, CryptoSafari International, and other international organizations. He was also a Life Member and Benefactor of the International Society of Cryptozoology (now-defunct). Loren Coleman’s daily blog, as a member of the Cryptomundo Team, served as an ongoing avenue of communication for the ever-growing body of cryptozoo news from 2005 through 2013. He returned as an infrequent contributor beginning Halloween week of 2015. Coleman is the founder in 2003, and current director of the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine.

10 Responses to “May On Enoch

  1. Artist responds:

    I’m sorry, May’s ad-lib Review – 2-6 seconds out of video/audio sync, out of focus, full of background noise and altogether unprofessionally noncommittal – is totally useless to me… I had to struggle to watch it all the way thru.

  2. RandyS responds:

    I second Artist’s comment.

  3. size 13 responds:

    Painful to have to watch such an amateur. Wishing he could have planned out what he was going to say. I seriously doubt that I will be reading Autumn’s book as I just don’t buy in to her story, or the fella’s story she’s writing about, delegating her to bogus bigfoot writing. I think she is cashing in on all of her time with Bigfooting, CHA CHING $$$$$$

  4. jdoughty responds:

    You weren’t expecting a review copy to arrive, were you? My view of affairs from here in the cheap seats, with no personal acquaintance with either of you, does not suggest that mailing you a free copy is high on AW’s to-do list.

    I purchased, received and read my copy in plenty of time to have written a review dated June 27, if reviewing the book had been my goal.

  5. rayval68 responds:

    It shows that this is what he thinks of himself! Which if you can’t figure out isn’t very much!

    Welcome to the world of Bigfoot researchers. The best part is that these guys can’t understand why they are not taken seriously.

    Hey Buddy, buy a clue..
    1. Next time, turn the dishwasher off before you give your next riveting review.
    2. Take the baseball hat off. It makes you look sloppy and childish which in turn makes people not take you serious. If your response to this constructive criticism is something like “Well I don’t care what people think of me,” then my response would have to be, “Then why the f…. did you do a video review”?
    3. Spend an extra 10 seconds and try to focus the camera!
    Spend an extra 20 seconds and try to put the film and sound in sync!
    Spend an extra 1 second and sit up straight! The way your positioned is ridiculous to say the least. If you were anymore lazier and could get away with it, I got the feeling that you would of shot this garbage from the bed or the toilet.
    4. I have seen surveillance videos with more effort put into it then this!

    As for the book of lies and fabrication which was written by a women who has trouble making ends meet.

    I have always been suspicious of someone who cries poverty then all of the sudden wants to sell you a bridge!

    If it isn’t bad enough that she charges $4.95 per month {$60.00 per year} for information that can be gathered for free from BFRO and other BF pages.

    She made all of the people who pay for her website wait with baited breath the minute she put those stupid tease videos up! What does that say about her?

    A true researcher would never have claimed to have the answer and then say that she will tell all that she knows, for only $19.99. A true researcher would of came right out with it. They wouldn’t have hustled their very own fan base.

    It’s just another case of someone with a magnificent story to tell. An incredible tale with zero evidence to back it up. It seems that Ms. Williams has taken the road that so many others have taken once they come to the sensible conclusion that there is no 10 foot tall ape man in the woods! Its the road of profiting off of the gullible!

    The irony of the whole thing is that she gets saved by the pretty face, because if Biscardi pulled this nonsense, he would of been lynched.

  6. Artist responds:

    “Outside of that, Mrs. Lincoln, what did you think of the COVER?”
    I didn’t do it, but I would be proud to say that I had.

  7. jodie responds:

    I read it, thought it was interesting. I don’t like the fact that Autumn never met the witness. I think if you read the book you will understand why there is no evidence. I got the impression that Autumn chose parts of the story that were supposed to make the bigfoot seem more human. The story had the exact opposite affect on me than what I think she intended. I came away with a distinct impression that these beings, if they exist at all, are completely different. Since we haven’t captured a bigfoot yet that must mean that either bigfoot doesn’t exist or we have made some major errors in assumptions regarding the nature of the beast.

  8. Artist responds:

    Autumn did the cover art – kudos, Lady!

  9. terry the censor responds:

    Horrible. And did he even read the book, or just blogs about the book?

  10. wood responds:

    I am going to call this one…..Bogus!

    I always find it amazing that people who claim habituation never seem to produce any evidence. This book has a lot of similarities found in “The Creature: Personal Experiences with Bigfoot”, published in the 70’s. Both stories claim habituation, and living with these creatures, however, no pictures are ever taken. Both stories make extraordinary claims of close personal contact and interaction with no proof or corroborating evidence to back these up.

    Autumn seems to be going the the way of the Tennessee Lady. If you’re going to write a story of fiction label it as such. This is nothing more than a fanciful wish on your part. At least you didn’t claim to put the beast in your car and relocate it to 200 miles to another state during hunting season. Pure nonsense and fiction!

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