About Bill Fulton

Bill Fulton is the author of The Blood of Patriots: How I Took Down an Anti-Government Militia with Beer, Bounty Hunting, and Badassery (also with Jeanne Devon). He was raised on a ranch in Montana and from his earliest days learned how to live off the land and off the grid. He spent eight years in the Army undergoing extensive training in anti-terrorism, weapons and explosives, hazardous materials, public health and safety, emergency management, and law enforcement. After he left the Army, he owned and operated a military surplus store selling survival equipment and gear, and teaching people how to not die in the Alaskan wilderness. Today he runs his own sustainable organic farm in New England where he lives with his wife, two daughters, six goats, twenty-seven chickens, and four peacocks--one of which has an attitude problem.

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