Thursday, May 17, 2007

  • Ohio Sasquatch Territory
  • Eastern Ohio Bigfoot Conference, this Saturday, May 19th, 4:00-10:00 P.M. EST
  • Reports from Salt Fork State Park, Guernsey County, Ohio
  • Review: The Sasquatch Triangle 5-17-07

    Ray Crowe was supposed to be the guest, but Don could not reach him at home, so Don called a longtime research partner, Richard Myers and interviewed him for an hour. They discussed their experiences in the field as well as Richard's interest and research, as well as answering questions from myself and Bill Green. Mike also called in and asked Richard about some reports. It was a great show, a lot of fun. Don's next guest will be John Horrigan, and that will be next Thursday at 9:00 EST/8:00 Central and can be found at the link to the Sasquatch Experience found on the right-hand side of this page. Please continue to tune in and support great research.
  • The Hunt for Bigfoot

  • Update: Mystery Is Beached

    Review: Let's Talk Bigfoot 5-16-07/Sasquatch Triangle Tonight...

    Montra Freitas was the guest for Teresa and Kath yStrain, who was sitting in for the ill Melissa. Montra and Kathy, who are best friends, answered questions from Matt K., Indy and myself quite well, and both women are great representatives of the female side of Bigfootery. I even called in and asked a couple of questions myself about the call-blasting (which Montra's husband, John, is the godfather of, but not the inventor; that honor goes to Roger Patterson). It was a fun show, full of great information and well-worth adding to your archives. The show airs on Talkshoe every Wednesday night at 10:00 EST/9:00 Central, and the next guest will be Monica Rawlins. The link to the show is over on the right-hand side of the page.

    Meanwhile, tonight on "The Sasquatch Triangle," Don will have International Bigfoot Society President Ray Crowe on the show at 9:00 EST/8:00 Central. That show can be found by going to the "Sasquatch Experience" link overo n the right-hand side of the page. Please tune in and support great research for both these programs.

    Women Bigfooters Do Better Fieldwork?

    Wednesday, May 16, 2007

  • Mites give poison frogs their toxic might
  • GEICO’s Cavemen - Neandertal Prejudice or Comedy?

    Let's Talk Bigfoot Tonight...

    Melissa and Teresa will have Montra Freitas as their guest tonight at 10:00 EST/9:00 Central. The link is over to the right to their home on Talkshoe. Please tune in and support great research.


    Tuesday, May 15, 2007

  • Earliest primate ancestor had surprisingly tiny brain
  • Cryptomundo Headlines

    Mystery Giant Turtle Photos!

    Aegyptopithecus zeuxis Find">New Aegyptopithecus zeuxis Find

  • Bigfoot Podcasts
  • The Mote in God’s Eye: A Case of Bigotry in the Skeptical Community

  • A Nitpicker's Guide to the Patterson/Gimlin Bigfoot Film
  • Latest Update: Killer Sasquatches On The Loose … Again

    Staying Home

    Review: Squatch Detective Radio 5-14-07

    This was a wonderful open-mic show, with Billy Willard and Tom Lancaster as hosts sitting in for Steve Kulls. They took a phone call from me and also one from a fellow named Dan from Florida who seemed to dominate the time with stories of his exploits and field research. All in all it was a wonderful show, with wonderful questions and guests and Billy and Tom are absolutely great as substitute hosts. Excelsior, gentlemen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Monday, May 14, 2007

    Even more Cryptomundo/Anomalous Headlines

  • Living Fossil Recovers In Arizona

  • Data on sasquatch piling up

  • Seeking Sasquatch
  • More Cryptomundo/Anomalous Headlines

    Seriously Seeking Sasquatch

    Yowie Hunter Tramps USA

    Cryptomundo/Anomalous Headlines

    Russia’s “Big White Man”

    Update: Kerala Thunderbird Photo


    In an earlier post, I had said, in the heat of the moment, that we were considering picking up stakes and moving to Talkshoe. This was said in haste, and I sincerely apologize. We may decide to simulcast from both programs, but we are staying with Blog Talk Radio and will work through the technical issues, so I take back my initial post about moving to Talkshoe from BTR.

  • "Let's Talk Bigfoot" Radio Show Moves!
  • "Let's Talk Bigfoot" moves to TalkShoe

    "Let's Talk Bigfoot", formerly broadcasted on "The Sasquatch Experience" Channel, has now moved to TalkShoe. Citing technical difficulties with the BlogTalkRadio system, they premiered their first podcast last night.

    I wish them all the best of luck, and I know they will make for great Bigfoot Talk Radio.

    -Sean Forker

    Schedule for the next six months

    May 13th-Open-Mic Discussion: The Skookum Cast: What Made It?
    May 20th-Eric Altman
    May 27th-Jay Michael and M.K. Davis (2 Hours)
    June 3rd-Larry Lund
    June 10th-Rick Noll
    June 17th-Monica Rawlins
    June 24th-Ray Crowe
    July 1st-Todd Neiss
    July 8th-Melissa Hovey and Teresa Hall
    July 15th-Chris Murphy
    July 22nd-John Green
    July 29th-Scott Herriott
    August 5th-Loren Coleman
    August 12th-Billy Willard and Tom Lancaster
    August 19th-Craig Woolheater
    August 26th-Jeff Meldrum and John Bindernagel (two hours)
    September 2nd-Steve and Robin Pickett
    September 9th-Eric Altman
    September 16th-Pat Holdbrook
    September 23rd-Autumn Williams
    September 30-Jason Valenti
    October 7th-David Murphy
    October 14th-Doug Hajicek or Ray Crowe
    October 20th-M.K. Davis and Chris Murphy (2 hours)
    October 28th-Daniel Perez

    Review: The Sasquatch Experience 5-13-07

    One word: disaster. Apparently, Blog Talk Radio apparently decided to take a dump on us tonight, so we had some technical difficulties which plagued the show, so we are thinking of moving to Talkshoe. The discussion was supposed to be Jan Klement's "The Creature," but there was not a great deal of discussion because of technical issues. We tried, but finally gave up after about 30 minutes. We had a short test run on Talkshoe, and are thinking of picking up stakes and moving there, at least until BTR gets its act together. We want to have the best show, and we can't do that with BTR at the moment, so we may follow Melissa and Teresa's lead and move to Talkshoe. To join us every Sunday night (and also "Let's Talk Bigfoot") go
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  • and register, then go to where it says browse directory and search under "Science" for "The Sasquatch Experience" and "Let's Talk Bigfoot." And, as always, continue to tune in and support great research.

    Sunday, May 13, 2007

  • Mount St. Helens - 25 years later
  • Putting down roots
  • Headlines from Cryptomundo

    What Are Bigfoot Mothers To Do?

    New Thunderbird Photos

    HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY TO ALL MOMS OUT THERE TODAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Link Of The Month:
  • Oregon Bigfoot
  • P/G Film Roll #1 versus Roll #2

    Sasquatch Experience Tonight...

    Sean will return, along with former Secretary of State James Baker, and we will be discussing Jan Klement's "The Creature." The link is on the button on this page. The show begins at 9:00 EST/8:00 Central. Please tune in and support great research.

    Review: USBRA Radio 5-12-07

    This was a fun and relaxed show, with guests such as Jimmy Williams, myself, Melissa and Teresa and even Bill Green. We discussed several issues within the Bigfoot community, including skeptics, possible film footages and photos and different things, including plugging our respective shows. I enjoyed it, and so did everyone else. Indy's next show is Friday night, 10:00 EST/9:00 Central, located
  • Here
  • Please tune in and support great research.

    Review: "Let's Talk Bigfoot: 5-12-07

    This was an impromptu Saturday show with an informal feel to it. I called the show and stayed on for a little bit, along with Indy. Mel and Teresa took questions from the Talkshoe Chatroom and answered them wonderfully. It was a wonderful show, and really fun. The program can be found at http:// and the next program airs Wednesday night at 10:00 EST/9:00 Central with guest Montra Freitas at that same website. It's pretty easy to sign up and register for it. Please continue to tune in and support great research.