Hey Captain Morgan! Glad you love some of the podcast! Just wondering if there was something I could do to keep you coming back for more?
As for Mark...lets just say several leading researchers, including a massive one from Canada, have visited with and even visited his site. We discussed some of this with Craig Woolheater...you'll probably wanna skip some of that too.
I wonder what you thought of the episode with David Ellis, Anatomy of a Bigfoot Howl? I've been itching to get back to Fouke, and finally made it!
Hope all is well! I like drinking you! In fact, I'll be on the coast in a few weeks hunting pirates and the like!
Seriously, thank you for listening! Even if it is just a little bit
All of the 'names' are just that! I have met most of them. Some you want to forget immediately , a number of them are people who you wish you never met. Some become life long friends. But the bottom line is the only one of value..Do they know where a sasquatch is right now? Researchers have never led you to the beast..and never will. Even that sweet guy Bob Gimlin can't do the same trick twice. And he knows it! the other guy is dead.
"We should not allow possibilities to become assumptions!": John Green
It's true. I'm just saying guys like Nick Roll and Bohn Jindernagle etc etc
It was an unbelievable story. He was vetted highly. Only encounter story we've ever done. I can't say for sure I wasn't there. I will say the howl I captured in Fouke in April sold me on the subject. I was maybe 50/50 then. I'm not a researcher. I make radio, award winning radio. I just happen to love the secrets of the unknown...
I will listen to different podcasts, usually when I am out of town for work (1 to 2 weeks per month) I stay away from the paranormal/religious/forest people sasquatch ones, because I frankly think they are bs
My bs meter goes off on habitation and multiple sightings claims, especially when claims are made of sasquatch detecting and avoiding hidden action cameras
Post by Captain Morgan on Nov 8, 2016 20:38:14 GMT -5
For what it's worth, I actually met this guy in a parking lot by accident in a phenomenal "what are the chances" kinda karma thing. Since then I've been actively investigating the site and person \ claims. Consider the thread closed.
If a rock is thrown in the forest and no one is there to see it, does Sasquatch really exist?