- If you've read this blog before, you'll know my undying wanderlust for any non-blurry evidence of Bigfoot. Well, the movie that started it all, was in a small theater in Moundsville, West Virginia, that my parents took my brother and I to see when we were little. It was called Sasquatch, The Legend of Bigfoot - a psuedo-documentary about a group of scientists and hunters searching for the existence of Bigfoot. In any event, I've been trying to find a good deal on an original movie poster and finally I found one from a guy on Ebay for the low, low price of $20. Not too shabby. Now I've got to find someone to professionally frame it for $80. Oh, and also convince my wife-to-be to hang it in our house somewhere.
- I found an article today on Slashfilm.com concerning a new Bigfoot film titled Not Your Typical Bigfoot Movie. It's about two guys from Portsmouth, Ohio, who want to make something out of their lives. And that something, my friends, is finding substantiated proof that Bigfoot exists. Sound familiar? I hope not.
- Speaking of hunting Bigfoot, when (if) the weather breaks, my buddy and I are going to visit one location in Cuyahoga Valley National Park, where a Class A Bigfoot sighting in 1995 was reported to BFRO.net a few years back. I'll have a full story with photographs sometime in the near future. That is, if we survive. Heck, we might even make a movie called Not Your Typical Bigfoot Movie 2: Electric Boogaloo.
Well, that's about it today. How about you? Got any Bigfoot news to share?