When the cast members of "Killing Bigfoot" showed up to speak at the recent Honobia Bigfoot Festival they received somewhat of an unwarm welcome. While they did have some supporters, it turns out most of the people there weren't really open to the idea of a group of people going out and trying to kill a bigfoot.
HONOBIA — Whether or not Bigfoot exists — he can cause a lively argument.
Three cast members of the “Killing Bigfoot” television show received some support, but more open hostility Saturday at the Honobia Bigfoot Festival and conference. Some were shouted at by audience members, called a liar, and asked to take a polygraph test.
Pro-life Bigfoot attendees spoke up for not killing him.
“I know a lot of people hear ‘Killing Bigfoot,’ it’s bad, and everybody hates us and we get a lot of hate mail,” said Barry Schockemoehl, “Killing Bigfoot” cast member from Owasso, Oklahoma. He told the conference that they are researchers who do not go out with a gun every time.
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