A True Documentary of Bigfoot
Giving up the dream of a deluxe trip to Paris in favor of building the ideal retirement home in the thick coastal rainforest of Washington drew the author into the Bigfoot controversy. No longer a skeptic, after living with Bigfoot for nearly twenty years, she was determined to collect enough evidence to convince people that she wasn’t crazy and to credibly communicate her experiences to others. Her firsthand account of living with Bigfoot is both compelling and compassionate.
About the Author
Nancy Moosburner holds BS and MS degrees in Food and Nutrition from the University of Nevada Reno. She was State Director of Child Nutrition Programs for the State Department of Education, Carson City, Nevada. After moving to Gardnerville, Nevada she worked as Supervisor for Child Nutrition Programs in the Douglas County School District, later holding the same position with the St. Helen’s School District, Oregon and, for ten years, in Auburn School District Washington.