Episode 57 — Recumbent leprechaun — has been discovered on the internet like mythical gold at the end of the rainbow. In this episode, Sam, Scott, and Brian mix it up over the Grays Harbor thermal video, the Stacy Brown thermal footage, Bill Munns’ RHI papers, Bigfoot Files, and other fascinating things as suggested by our listeners.
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Show notes after the jump…
• Is Sykes objective?
• How easy it is it to fake a plausible bigfoot report? (Pretty easy.)
• Which characters past or present from the world of sasquatcheriness would the team invite to dinner and why?
• For each member of the show, what is your current belief level that this animal exists as represented by a scale of 1-10?
• How can a wood ape could be getting on average 5000 calories a day?
• Would you ever consider tracking down Daryl and have Scott and Daryl do a show covering their sighting?
• Is everyone currently out of Area X and when does the onsite research resume?
• Brian, do your children express interest in what goes on at Area X and what do you tell them?
• Brian, when your driving the last few miles to Area X, what is your general feeling? Nervous, dread, fear, excitement etc. How many NAWAC members have left Area X early due to being overwhelmed by the situation?
• Has anyone at X been struck by a rock and do you think the wood apes are missing on purpose or by accident?
• How can a creature that we think so closely resembles man, walk through snow for miles without suffering frost bite? How can such discovered track lines be real? (Sam mentions the Elkins Creek cast)
• Why are there so many stories that seem to come out of the Fouke, Ark area of sightings by local farmers and ranchers….yet most stories I’ve seem from the PNW are from hikers and travelers and not from the people who work the land in that region everyday?
• It’s NAWAC worry that perhaps other organizations i.e. BFRO might find Area X and exploded?
Fun fact: Testicles have taste receptors. Says the internet.
How long does it take to make an Oreo?