Avrel Seale, 7.2.18 - Monster Hike: A 100 mile Inquiry into the Sasquatch Mystery

Jul 02, 2018, 01:52 PM

Myth, fantasy, reality - fact or fiction? The book cover makes the case here.

Some 'monsters' appear to be able to choose to remain undiscovered.

Monster Hike: A 100-Mile Inquiry Into the Sasquatch Mystery, Amazon.

One of the Top Ten Best Cryptozoology Books of 2017 - Loren Coleman, International Cryptozoology Museum, CryptoZoo News.

Amazon Review

5.0 out of 5 stars Great Real Life Adventure, A MUST read for all people with an interest in the subject
Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2019
Verified Purchase

This book was recommended by a trusted friend who happens to live next door to the author. I was relaying my own unexpected encounters in New England when he recommended I give this a read. Couldn't be happier. The information supports other findings I had encountered in my own studies, with slight expected differences given the Environmental differences of Texas and New England. From Skeptic to Believer to Knowers a book worth reviewing for anyone with an interest.


"Why, after thousands of reported encounters with humans, do they still go unacknowledged by science, government, and mainstream society? What does this tell us about the dangers and the rewards of believing in something mysterious?"

… And how can a non-existent fiction leave footprints?

Avrel Seale takes us along on his quest - a 100 mile trek along the Texas Lone Star Hiking Trail looking for Bigfoot. I am curious and have seen signs of Sasquatch myself that shift the issue from myth to reality. Board Camp Crystal Mine.

About the book -- the story amps up after just two nights into the trip...

Settled in and comfy, reading from the safety of my laptop, that initial report made me more than happy that Avrel was doing the leg work. He doesn't come up empty handed.


Ardy Sixkiller Clarke [More Encounters with Star People] was warned as she traveled to collect her stories, "Stay close to the campsite. Don't go wandering off alone." That  caution remains an influence when I hear or read about the brave souls who trek into the great wilderness on their own.

Also bookmark David Paulides.