Saturday, September 13, 2008
Friday, September 12, 2008
This was a great and very funny show, which originally scheduled to have Diane Stocking as the guest, but Diane was unable to be reached, so Eric Altman called in to preview the East Coast Bigfoot Conference. I called in, and the whole show went downhill from there, with a lot of humor and laughs, and some funny comments from the chatroom. I laughed quite a bit, including laughing and coughing in people's ears (sorry about that, folks!). There was some Bigfoot talk, but a bit more humor. Next week, Sean and Monica are going to attempt to have Diane on in the first hour, then Billy Willard and Tom Lancaster on in the second hour, starting at 9:00 EST/8:00 Central at Beyond The Edge Radio And as always, we encourage you to please tune in and support great research.
This was a pretty good show, with Bill and Sean discussing various things, like new movies (recent and upcoming), as well as the recent happenings and new books in the Bigfoot field. There was discussion of new books such as The Hoopa Project and upcoming books from Hancock House. There was also a bit of discussion about the Georgia Hoax situation, but not too much, thankfully. There was also a good bit about sightings, as well. The show is moving to Sundays (not sure what time) at The Bill Green Show And as always, we encourage you to please tune in and support great research.
The episode of Monsterquest called China's Wildman, about the Yeren featuring Dr. Jeff Meldrum and his trip to China last Spring and meeting with Dr. Guoxing, airs Sunday night at 9:00 EST/8:00 Central on the History Channel. Check local listings for time and channel.
Thursday, September 11, 2008
This was a terrific show, with guest Doug Hajicek (Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science, Mysterious Encounters, Giganto: The Real King Kong, Monsterquest) who discussed the new season, as well as confirming that there would be a third season of MQ, and also that he is going to see about doing more shows internationally. Several folks called in, including myself, who asked Doug about the set of tracks he saw in the Arctic whether they were offset or in a straight line (they were in a straight line) and I also asked him if he was going to focus more on the Southern U.S. reports (he said he would). Mike Feltner, Linda and Joedy Cook also called in and asked Doug various questions. Don's guest next week is former Whitehall, New York police officer Brian Gosselin, who had a sighting in 1976, beginning at 9:00 EST/8:00 Central at The Sasquatch Triangle, Now On NowLive.com And as always, we encourage you to please tune in and support great research.
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Don will welcome the founder of White Wolf Entertainment Doug Hajicek (Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science, Mysterious Encounters, Giganto: The Real King Kong, Monsterquest) beginning at 9:00 Eastern/8:00 Central at The Sasquatch Triangle, Now On NowLive.com And as always, we encourage you to please tune in and support great research.
This was a rather interesting look and search for the Orang Pendek on the island nation of Sumatra, with Josh interviewing a scientist stationed there for National Geographic. He also interviews locals, as well as Debbie Martyr who has been searching for the small bipedal creature for a long time, ever since seeing one. Many of the people he and his team talk to are believers of the creature, as the team heads to Pedang, Indonesia. Josh is told that the Orang Pendek apparently eats a fruit called durian, which is a spiny fruit not unlike pineapple. The team manages to arrive at their campsite by dark, where they set up surveillance and camera equipment. Some fresh scat is found on a rock beside a raging river. A durian is laid out as bait for an Orang Pendek, and Josh claims he sees movement in the forest. Josh and some members of his crew are in the jungle in the rain, and claim to see a pair of eyes of something. They pursue it, but do not find anything. A forecasted storm rolls in and the guys wait it out. After the rain lets up, the team makes a sweep of the jungle. More eyes are seen, as is a group of animals in thermal imaging. More is found, but not much in the way of proof. Still, I would give this one about 3 1/2 stars.
This was a pretty great show, with Dixie Banshee (Bear) discussing his research and also how he had had many encounters in different states (60-70!). Bill Green called in and asked his standard questions (but what show would be complete without Bill and his standard questions?) and Bear answered his questions very well. Dunno what Bob and Mike have planned for next week, but it begins at 9:00 EST/8:00 Central at Bigfoot Quest And as always, we encourage you to please tune in and support great research.
Monday, September 08, 2008
First, Bigfoot Central returns, with hosts Don Monroe and M.K. Davis, who will discuss their summer of research out west, beginning at 8:00 EST/7:00 Central at Bigfoot Central
Then, on Bigfoot Quest, Bob and Mike welcome back Dixie Banshee and Coonbo beginning at 9:00 EST/8:00 Central at Bigfoot Quest And as always, we encourage you to please tune in and support great research.
This was a terrific show, with guest Kathy Strain, who discussed her new book Giants, Cannibals and Monsters: Bigfoot In Native Culture which is coming out soon, as well as her work with the Yurok and Mewok tribes in Northern California and their legends, as well as the work her husband Bob has also been doing in the field. She also discussed the research she did for the book. I called in and asked Kathy if her work cross-pollenated with David Paulides' book (she answered it did not), and I also asked if there were any other tribes that she knew of which had the artwork that the Yurok Tribe has representing a Sasquatch (she knew of none). My final question for her was regarding a set of stone carvings found along the Columbia River which represented a gorilla or apelike face and if she was familiar with them (she was) and how the Native Americans would have known to make a carving like that (Kathy answered that they would not have). Bill Green also called in and asked some rather, shall we say, interesting questions. Next week, Billy and DB welcome the chairman of the Eastern Ohio Bigfoot Investigation Center, the Bigfoot Bulldog himself, Don Keating, beginning at 9:00 EST/8:00 Central at Sasquatch Watch Radio
And as always, we encourage you to please tune in and support great research.
Authors: William Brann, Bruce Hallenbeck, Paul and Robert Bartholomew
This short but terrific book describes a plethora of Sasquatch sightings in the New York and Vermont area, which seem to mainly center around the WHitehall, New York area, where several police officers had sightings in the Abair Road area, including Brian Gosselin and his brother Paul (Paul was not a police officer, by the way), as well as other witnesses who have seen bipedal creatures as well as found tracks and heard strange vocalizations. A town called Kinderhook, New York, is also a center of activity, where co-author Bruce Hallenbeck had several strange encounters around an area called Cushing's Hill, along with members of his family. The UFO angle is also examined in connection to sightings, as are sightings in neighboring state Vermont. The long history of sightings going back to the 1600's is also examined. I highly recommend this book, which I have owned for many years, which is signed by William Brann. 5 out of 5 stars.
Billy Willard and DB Donlon are moving their show permanently to Monday nights, and their second guest will be Kathy Strain (Giants, Cannibals and Monsters: Bigfoot In Native Culture) beginning at 9:00 EST/8:00 Central at Sasquatch Watch Radio And as always, we encourage you to please tune in and support great research.
The Bigfoot Mystery was pretty great, with Darin and I just kind of shooting the breeze on different subjects, as well as taking calls from, Richie from California. Bill Green and there might have been another caller, but I can't recall off the top of my head. Richie and I discussed a good bit about the twisted and broken trees (which Randy from Canada and I had discussed a few nights ago on Windows Live Messenger) as well as the recent Bigfoot Discovery Day II and the books by Kathy Strain and David Paulides Richie purchased and read (he and I excitedly exchanged reviews of Paulides' book). Darin is scheduling his show for every other Sunday, so the next program airs Sunday, September 21st, with guest Eric Altman to discuss the upcoming East Coast Bigfoot Conference, beginning at 7:00 EST/6:00 Central at The Bigfoot Mystery
On The Sasquatch Experience, Sean, Melissa and James had author Linda Coil-Suchy (Who's Watching You?) as their guest, and she did a fine job. I did not hear the whole show due to family priorities, but what I did hear was really good. Sean made the announcement that he is reviving the American Bigfoot Society, and that even those who were former members need to reapply. He and Melissa also interviewed Suchy about her upcoming book and her interviews of witnesses, and I called in and asked her some questions about her witness interviews and the book, and also about commonalities in the reports. Dunno what Sean and the crew have planned for next week, but it begins at 9:00 EST/8:00 Central at The Sasquatch Experience And as always, we encourage you to please tune in and support great research.