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Stalked! My Encounter with a Colorado Bigfoot

Stalked! My Encounter with a Colorado Bigfoot

by Brad Morris
Stalked! My Encounter with a Colorado Bigfoot

Stalked! My Encounter with a Colorado Bigfoot

by Brad Morris

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Overview

A wild story of dread and horror in the remotest part of Colorado, 'Stalked!' is full of adventure and tension. Brad Morris relates this terrifying tale of an encounter with a Bigfoot at 14,000 feet in the Colorado Rockies, where he finds something that will change his life forever.

But this discovery also results in something strange stalking him, and Brad soon finds himself not only fighting his fears and an early high-altitude snowstorm, but also a strange creature whose intentions are unknown.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781503082359
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/02/2014
Pages: 130
Sales rank: 1,060,218
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.28(d)

About the Author

Brad Morris is a 68 year old, retired schoolteacher and an ex-computer programmer. He lives in a small town in Southwestern Colorado, where he putters around on his little six-acre farm and peach orchard, breaking the monotony by having a few beers once in a while with his crones in town (he always calls a cab home).

Brad enjoys helping others less fortunate than he is, so he volunteers once in a while to do carpentry work for a local community outreach program for those in need. He loves the thought of being able to assist others. Besides, it helps to keep his beer belly from getting too big.

Brad enjoys the outdoors greatly, and makes sure his daughter and grandchildren enjoy them also. They recently climbed Mt. Garfield outside of Grand Junction, Colorado-it was his fifth time-and he says he won't ever do it again (he has said this every time). It's just way too steep for his rickety old knees. So, he says, he will just stay on the easy trails, admiring the exploits of the youngsters from afar.

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