During the Indiana episode of Finding Bigfoot, Matt Moneymaker and his team investigated some sightings reported around Morgan-Monroe State Forest. After trying a multitude of techniques to attract Bigfoots in the area, like howling and a crying fake babydoll, the team finally decided to use a never-seen-on-TV-before technique that lit up the entire night sky: Fireworks.
As we all know, bright lights and loud noises will attract any type of curious animal to an area. The exploding fireballs, firecrackers, and bottle rockets going off tonight will surely spark the interests of many Bigfoots in the woods. But how often has this technique been tried in the field? Apparently, this method has been done by other groups before. According to The Bigfootery Enquirer, they originally used fireworks two years ago during an expedition on July 4th. In a post entitled, "Damn BRFO Stole Our Idea Regarding Fireworks and Another Network is Working Our Deadliest Catch Angle", the author wrote the that they practically invented "fireworkian bigfooting":
Was just running though a few old posts and found we had put forth the idea of fireworks nearly two years ago. Matt invented wood knocking, we invented fireworkian bigfooting. Some fine company we keep. Doubt the claim, here’s the post.The article from two years ago about "Unprecedented Cooperative Expedition" in the Appalachians :
The expedition was held over the July 4th holiday weekend.
Some of the cutting edge techniques used that can be released for the general knowledge of bigfootery included:
- use of fireworks, those seems to fascinate the sasquatch. Results are pending detailed investigation to separate the ooohs and aaaahs of the participants from the possible calls of the bigfoot.
- sound blasting using the videos contained in a earlier post. They were used to drive the creatures toward a series of camtrackers. These instruments, being bigfoot kryptonite, further channelized and concentrated the target subjects toward a heavily used intersection where mayhem erupted when we scared up both a deer and a yote.
- liberal applications of adult debauchery in the hope of attracting attention from the creatures, but not the rangers and other LEOs.
- attaching colorful blobs of plastic to the roofs of cars and trucks.