Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Should Finding Bigfoot Announce Where They're Going?
It's extremely rare for Matt Moneymaker or his crew to ever tweet their location on Twitter. We've heard that the main reason for this is to prevent hoaxers from hoodwinking the crew. On Monday, the Saline County Sheriff's department got a call about suspicious vehicles near a rural residence. When they arrived at the scene, they were told by crew members that they were part of "Ping Pong Productions" filming an investigation. News of the crew being in the area traveled fast and caught the attention of the entire town, including local news station Channel 22. T.K. in Saline County wrote on Facebook, "Currently in Kansas a reported "crew" From Ping Pong productions out of L.A. is working in Saline County in search of a bigfoot. Seriously Channel 22 ticker about 3:30. Hope BigFoot had a good hiding space."
The next morning, after the news got out, Facebook user Krazed Evony wrote, "Animal Planets Finding Bigfoot guys were just up the road a bit yesterday. Guess they didnt tell anyone so the sherriffs went out to check them out. seems that there have been sightings of a large "Strange" hairy creature just outside of Salina. I swear, i was only out of the car long enough to pump gas and get a coke."
According to CJOnline.com News, members of the crew told deputies they were unable to find any signs of Bigfoot that night.