Wednesday, June 23, 2010


The story of Enoch, by Autumn Williams is a great read! From start to finish the reader becomes wrapped up in the world of Mike, who tells the story of his life to Autumn.

In the fall of 2009, Mike contacted Autumn and began to reveal to her his stories about life with Enoch, his comrade the Skunk Ape.

Mike tells Autumn about his life and distrust of humanity. He tells her that she is the only bigfoot "researcher/celebrity", that he can trust.

He shuns tree-knocking, trail cams and other futile research methods.

Autumn has never met "Mike" in person.

Autumn has spent the past 8 months listening to Mike's stories and ultimately, wrote and self-published her book, which was available for sale at the Oregon Sasquatch Symposium this past weekend.

One of two things is going to happen after all 4000 bigfoot enthusiasts who purchase bigfoot related books, finish reading.

If it is a true account, then it is the Holy Grail. Soon to be the Bible of Bigfoot research.

"If not true, it may be the best piece of Bigfoot fiction I have ever read."

Autumn plans to meet Mike in the fall. I wish her a safe and rewarding adventure.


  1. I think that Autumn is in for a huge let down. I think you hit it on the is probably a great work of FICTION.

  2. I just finished reading the book. It's a well written narrative, but not non-fiction IMO. The scenarios are just too convenient to be believable though I feel that 'Mike' has witnessed Swamp Apes...but I feel the details were embellished. If you enjoyed 'Harry and the Hendersons', you'll enjoy this book.