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Adams County Bigfoot - Friend or Beast? - cover

Adams County Bigfoot - Friend or Beast?

Jay Vernon

Publisher: Hangar 1 Publishing

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Summary

One man's personal journey into the unknown.
 
What started out as an uneventful upbringing on a farm quickly turned into a series of strange and unexplainable encounters that defied all logic.
 
This story covers Jay's personal encounters with Bigfoot on a farm, encounters that would haunt him for the rest of his life. Bigfoot's presence was felt, but was he a friend or foe?
 
Read about this true story of unbridled fear for the first time ever.
Available since: 02/09/2022.

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