What can be more fun than watching Bamabuckster1 with two hot chicks? The "Bigfoot Chicks" visited Paul, our favorite Bigfoot hunter in Alabama, and picked up a few tips about Bigfooting.
BamaBuckster1 talks about Bigfooting in Alabama
Bama gives Bigfoot Chicks a stick to play with
Off to put out bait
Last week, we sent the the "Bigfoot Chicks" some questions and here's what they wrote back:
Where is everyone from?
- Melissa - Stone Mountain, GA - Currently - Winder, GA
- Angela - Broken Arrow, OK - Currently - Winder,GA
- Rob - Lake Charles, LA - Currently - Bossier City, LA
How did you get into Bigfooting?
- Melissa got into bigfooting with her dad seven years ago when he took her on a BFRO expedition.
- Angela got into bigfooting when Melissa invited her along on an expedition 3 years ago.
- Rob got into bigfooting after watching Bigfootville.
What are the Bigfoot Chicks trying to do?
The BFC’s seek the truth about the Bigfoot mystery. Through participation in field research with individual researchers and groups, we hope to increase our knowledge of this elusive creature and practice and explore various methods and techniques for attracting it.
What can we expect to come from the Bigfoot Chicks?
We currently have several projects in various stages of production including organizing an expedition in the southeast involving multiple research groups, compiling a video of memorable moments in the field and contributing to a publication about cryptid research.
Any good field stories?
Melissa experienced tree knocks, howls, and rock throwing in WV. Rob had Tree knocks, unidentified yells and eyeshine in Oklahoma. Angela and Melissa experienced a series of yells that seemed to move closer to them in MO.
Is there anything you would like Bigfoot Evidence readers like to know?
The BFC’s are dedicated researchers who LOVE what they do. They believe in order to have the best chance of having an encounter with a Bigfoot, assuming the creatures exist, is to get out in the field often and practice various techniques for attracting and finding these creatures. It is important that all researchers are open to learning from each other and collaborating whenever possible to move the research forward.