100 Bigfoot Nights: A Chilling True Story

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True story of a family tormented by Bigfoots. They have evidence to accompany their story. More

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About Christine D. Parker

First time author Christine D. Parker felt she had no choice. She began to chronicle events as they happened. The Bigfoot creatures that lived across the street from her house were tormenting her family and they were told nothing could be done. Mrs. Parker’s constant motivation in writing was to warn the public about these creatures and to help others in their situation.

“Going through this situation alone was horrifying. I also didn’t think we would survive. I wanted people to know what happened to us, if one day our family just disappeared.”

Her story began on October 13, 2012, and is told in her three books: 100 Bigfoot Nights: A Chilling True Story, 100 Bigfoot Nights: The Nightmare Continues, and 100 Bigfoot Nights: The Paranormal Link.

In addition to writing, Mrs. Parker has also recorded audio, video, and pictures that are available on her website 100BigfootNights.com. Her recordings are some of the best ever captured.

Since writing the series, Mrs. Parker has gone on to do interviews with After Dark Radio, Darkness Radio, Coast to Coast AM, Sasquatch Chronicles, and the Moore Show in the UK. She has also appeared on Beyond Belief show with George Noory.

In the end, Mrs. Parker credits her readers, broadcast listeners, interviewers, and YouTube fans for helping her and her family.

“They really came through with advice and support. Getting the word out was the best thing I ever did. They helped us with our situation and now we know we’re not alone.”


100 Bigfoot Nights by Christine Dela Parker - Book Trailer
Book Trailer with video, audio, and pictures of the Bigfoots.This true story sets out to chronicle the terrifying encounters that a residential family had had with the creature known as Bigfoot.;

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Review by: Chelta on March 11, 2015 :
What a haunting story! Everybody loves a good supernatural/spooky story but what makes one particularly enthralling is when it has been written by the person who lived through the events! Christine D Parker does a fantastic job for documenting the events which unfolded after her and her family moved into a house surrounded by Big-foot territory; they find themselves in an impossibly frightening situation with little idea of what to do. Something I especially liked about this book is the inclusion of photographs, I would have remained more sceptical if these were not included and they were a nice touch. All in all this was a very well presented book which encourages a rational and in-depth analysis concerning the existence of these creatures while remaining thoroughly enjoyable (albeit haunting) which is something you don’t see often in books of this genre.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Review by: niharikapriya on Jan. 23, 2015 :
I am a BigFoot enthusiast- so there is hardly a book about it that escapes my hands. And I can say this for sure, this book has by far been one of the most scariest BigFoot stories I have come across. A truly remarkable account of the experiences of Mrs.Parker and her family. The book has been written in a very engaging manner and keeps you hooked from beginning till the end!
Tip for the faint hearted: Do not read it at night!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Paris Carter on July 15, 2014 :
There' nothing like a good true horror story that goes well telling a bonfires in the middle of a camping trip. And this chilling true story is based on the most know myth, Big foot. This story is focused on what it's like for a family to have Big Foot living right across the street from you and the affect that this has had on their family. The premise is catchy and truly not something that you have seen in all of the many Big Foot novels and TV shows that You've seen.

If you're looking for a book full off following/ tracking Big Foot this one isn't for you. Christine Dela Parker, does a great job of creating a new experience when it comes to Big Foot. This novel is told through a simplistic tone throughout that makes the story easy to read as well as being told through great description. This novel is a great read for those who are a fans of the more learning about the psychological problems of women dealing with Big Foot.
I would recommend this novel to anyone who's a fan of the Big Foot myth as this novel takes a new swing at it from the non-fiction side and tells a true story about the Sasquatch monster.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Amy Taylor on July 10, 2014 :
100 Bigfoot Nights is a thrilling true story about a family that experiences dangerous creatures outside of their home.

Author Christine D. Parker chronicles the days and nights her family experiences from shortly before Halloween until Christmas. When Dean retires from the military he and Christine settle down in a home of their own. A fixer upper with potential they are happy to have a place to plant some roots. Soon they discover there is something special about the house they have purchased. They are visited by Bigfoots and other scary creatures that live in the forest near their home. Initially, Christine, Dean and their 22 year old son Jack investigate but soon find out that the animal is unlike anything they could have thought. Lucky for them their neighbor Mr. Hill offers some valuable advice and guidance, unfortunately some of it comes too late.

Parker describes the story in vivid detail. The dialogue is captivating and suspenseful. Her narration includes a lot of interesting facts that I was not aware of prior to reading this book. Parker’s use of photographs add validity and horror to her family’s ordeal. The picture of the bigfoot foot print in the dried mud was particularly shocking. For a terrifying and revealing experience, I highly recommend it!
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Review by: Ana Cristina on June 23, 2014 :
I was always fascinated by Bigfoot and stories people were sharing over the years. No one knows for sure if it really exists or it is just a product of human imagination. '100 Bigfoot Nights: A Chilling True Story' by Christine D. Parker is a super interesting story that kept me awake at night! I literally couldn't put it down after I started reading and finished it in one day! If you enjoy these kind of stories, you'll love this book! 5 Stars
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: dakidkelly on May 21, 2014 :
I wish there was a 10 star rating. The detail and first hand information that Christine Dela Parker put into this book is of the highest quality! Parker has gathered together detailed research and brought it to bear in this book. Each chapter is complemented by photos which I find very intriguing. I would definitely recommend this for all spectrums of skeptics, believers, and anyone wanting to examine a rational discussion about the existence of undocumented giant primates.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Angie Wilson on May 21, 2014 : (no rating)
This is a very eerie and well written book on bigfoot. Whether or not it is true, I don’t know but I can tell you it is very convincing and has let me wondering about many unanswered questions. This was an impossible situation to cope with and the whole story is very haunting. The media inside is also very nice. Excellent story, I would highly recommend it if you are interested in bigfoot.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Emily Paulina on April 14, 2014 :
It's simply a superb book to read, I enjoyed until the end. It is based on a true story which is written beautifully by the author. The encounters with Bigfoot set well and presented nicely. The lifestyle shown here impressed me as it is so engaging. Overall it's a great story line with various photos, audio and video. It's totally different and just outstanding.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)

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