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New Bigfoot Projects - Stay Tuned

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Oh, hello. I haven't spoken with you in awhile. I thought I would make an "update" post to keep all my loyal followers in the loop. Both of you. In case you haven't heard, I've been kind of busy lately, trying to keep up with the frantic pace of Bigfoot Evidence. I've graciously partnered up with Shawn over on his website, the famous bigfootevidence.blogspot.com to help with the posting duties and general upkeep of the site. Now that I'm behind the scenes, I have to say I respect Shawn a lot for all the hard work he has put into it. 
I'm also working on a few other upcoming projects, as well as co-hosting the Fortean Slip podcast with Christopher York and Steve Alcorn. Which you can listen to at the following link: The Fortean Slip Keep in mind, it is COMPLETELY uncensored. If you're easily offended by cussing, all around crude language, negativity, and honest opinions, then you may want to find a different podcast to listen to. But either way, ha…

Spike TV Bigfoot Bounty Review

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WARNING: This article may contain spoilers. If you have not seen Spike TV's Bigfoot Bounty Episode 1, and intend to, you may not want to read this article. (But do it anyway.)


Tonight was the premiere of Spike TV's new reality show, Bigfoot Bounty. As a bigfoot researcher, I've been waiting quite some time to check this series out, and was glad the wait was finally over. Once the show started, I could see that this series has the possibility of being a major success. It does an excellent job of blending entertaining television, and educational television, into one series. This should not only appeal to the bigfoot fans around the world, but the general viewers as well.

Right from the beginning you can tell that while some people may find the thought of bigfoot actually existing ridiculous, the individuals on the show take the idea very seriously. It's a good thing too. Bigfoot Bounty judges Todd Disotell and Natalia Reagan are holding all of the contestants to true sci…

Rick Dyer Bigfoot Hunter

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So 2014 has kicked off with a bang in the world of bigfoot. Some might say that "bang" is the report of Rick Dyer's rifle that fired the fatal shot heard around the world, thus proving bigfoot's existence once and for all.
But it isn't.

No, the banging you're hearing is the sound of Rick Dyer's drum. And he's beating it furiously.
In case you've been living under the proverbial rock, there has been somewhat of a media frenzy surrounding Rick Dyer this week, and even if you have been living under that rock you probably still heard about it.

Whether it be Rick or Rick's people, a hired PR person perhaps, word has spread far and wide of a professional bigfoot hunter by the name of Rick Dyer (reportedly from Texas?) touring around the country with "Hank" the bigfoot which Rick Dyer supposedly shot and killed outside a Home Depot in San Antonio, Texas. Well, not exactly. The body is, according to Dyer, the work of a taxidermist who mounte…

Rick Dyer World's Greatest Bigfoot Tracker

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Bigfoot Conundrums Kill vs. No Kill

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As 2013 ends and 2014 begins, I find that we are no closer to solving the bigfoot riddle than the first time someone poured wet plaster into a giant footprint. Whoever that was. In my opinion there are numerous reasons for this, and quite frankly I no longer feel the blame should be put on anyone other than ourselves. We used to call an outing that had a large number of people a circus. It was something to be avoided. Too many people generally yielded little to no results, guaranteed. Too many Chiefs, and not enough Indians. No offense. A creature such as bigfoot, that does whatever it can to stay hidden, certainly avoids large groups of people. More people means more noise, more problems, more clashing personalities, more egos, more, more, more. But nothing gets accomplished. I think most would agree with that. Yet here we are as a community having created the "Greatest Show on Earth". At least with the old circus we were out in the woods and there was usually a campfire to…