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An open mind is a terrible thing to waste

Yesterday, a woman named Brenda Harris was on the MN.B.R.T. Radio podcast. Brenda, according to the show’s notes, is a bigfoot researcher living on a reservation in New Mexico. While on the show, she discussed an interesting image of what

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Episode 52: Outcasts, miscreants and creduloids

We’re back, baby! This time around, we chat about Les Stroud and that Todd guy, the $10 Million Bigfoot Bounty, the Minnesota Iceman, are bigfoot people more cra-cra than in the past, how much wood would a bigfoot chuck if a

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Aw, nuts.

As mentioned in Episode 51, one of the more interesting pieces of potential wood ape behavioral evidence I found in Area X while there with the NAWAC earlier this summer was a boulder with some old, broken hickory nut husks

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Episode 51: On location in Area X

All X all the time! Brian interviews Alton Higgins, Kathy Strain, and Monica Rawlins on location in Area X and then calls NAWAC Field Coordinator Daryl Colyer to discuss the highlights from the group’s 2013 field study — Operation Relentless

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Episode 50 show prep

Your homework prior to listening to Episode 50 is to watch this video of Bill Munns’ Texas Bigfoot Conference presentation “Patterson-Gimlin Hominid: Extraordinary costume or extraordinary reality?”

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Episode 48: Texas Bigfoot Panel

Episode 48 has landed with all the excitement an eight person panel talking about hairy apes can muster. This episode is LIVE from Ft Worth, Texas, and features the Texas Bigfoot Conference panel discussion of audience member questions. Participating are

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In the Valley of the Wood Ape

Get yer belly full of juicy Area X goodness by watching me present the NAWAC’s report to the public on the group’s findings and experiences from 2012’s Operation Persistence.

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