This book by a Doctor and Certified Master Naturalist celebrates culture, nature, adventuring, and Our Barefoot Friends in The Mountain State.
For centuries, Native Americans called Bigfoot, The Stone Man
78% of West Virginia is covered by forest
All reports from interviews and a handful of book and newspaper sources
A detailed look at the workings of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization
The Stone Man, West Virginia’s Bigfoot
Much more than a history of Daniel Boone’s “Yah—hoo’s” in the Mountain State, this tightly written book is filled with real time facts. Read about Bob Gimlin at the Ohio Bigfoot Conference, Roger Patterson, and the Bluff Creek Film. Meet Cliff Barackman, James “Bobo” Fay, and Ranae Holland from Finding Bigfoot. Thrill to sometimes terrifying BFRO reports.
Compare Bigfoot tracks to a Black bear track. See a game camera photograph of a likely Bigfoot. Go on a Bigfoot “hunt,” carrying what, and how to do it. Ponder controversy: Bigfoot knocks, tree bends, structures, nests, science, descent, and pareidolia. Learn perches, West Virginia’s mountains and hollows, the Hewkin—Sullivan Guideline, how the BFRO really works, “The Halibut Effect; plus scores of tutorials by one of the most experienced field researchers ever. However—Beware! This book is Bigfoot without flowers in its hair, “Bigfoot in my backyard,” or opinionated …..This book is for real; the rock solid Cherokee “Nun’yunu’wi” or the Iroquois “Stonish Giant” of the Appalachian Mountains. Buy The Stone Man today and enjoy it for years to come.