About the book:
Over the past twenty years, these two men have dedicated themselves to the search for Bigfoot in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina and the swamplands of Southeast Texas. In his second book, Riggs discusses his new theory, how he believes that Bigfoot(s) use bioradiational energy and telepathic powers to hide from humans.
He discusses the newly released book as well as his findings, research, experiences, and stake outs in a recent article published by Houstonia Magazine and an audio interview on Coast to Coast AM.
Praise for Bigfoot:
“If you think that monsters aren’t real, it’s time to think again. Tom Burnette and Rob Riggs take us on a roller-coaster ride into a world where the wild things lurk!”
—Nick Redfern, author of Three Men Seeking Monsters
"The speculations will provide Bigfoot enthusiasts with plenty to contemplate, as will Burnette's assertion that he's captured 'the best Bigfoot picture bar none in the world.'"
"[A] well-written and thrilling account of their work. The stories in this book will raise the hair on the back of one's neck and cause sleepless nights, especially if one lives near a big woods."
— San Francisco Book Review
About the Author
Rob Riggs is a journalist and the former publisher of a series of award-winning community newspapers in Texas. His interest in "ghost lights," "wild man" sightings, and related phenomena began as a child when he heard tales about them in his hometown of Sour Lake in Big Thicket country. Riggs began writing about the subject more than twenty years ago while working as a reporter for the Kountze News. Since then his studies of the phenomena have been featured in the Houston Chronicle and theBeaumont Enterprise. Riggs has also consulted on ghost lights for Waseda University in Tokyo and the Harvard College Observatory.
Riggs published his 2001 title, In The Big Thicket On The Trail Of The Wild Man: Exploring Natures Mysterious Dimension, with Paraview Press. Readers will learn about the wonders and curious happenings of East Texas and Southwestern Louisiana. They will emerge with a heightened sense of awe and fascination, as well as a deeper appreciation of the subtle links between the mysteries of nature and the human mind.
In the Big Thicket is available at many online book retailers such as Amazon and Barnes & Noble, as well as in an eBook format.