Thursday, November 26, 2015

Finding Bigfoot Begins Taping In Redding, California


The taping of the new season of Finding Bigfoot is underway, as krcrtv.com reports that the Animal Planet team recently taped their townhall meeting in Redding, California.

Animal Planet's "Finding Bigfoot" held a meeting at Redding's Old City Hall Wednesday night.

"Well we have come to Redding to look into Sasquatch reports because there are are basically a lot of bigfoots in Northern California," said Cliff Barackman, who is the evidence analyst for the show.

He believes there is more than one.

"They are a perfectly normal biological species of hominoid of some sort so there has to be more than one," Barackman stated.

Although the team has a large database of Bigfoot sightings in this area, Barackman hopes Wednesday's meeting will reveal stories of sightings he hasn't heard before.

"Whenever we hold a public forum like this there is inevitable half a dozen stories know one has ever heard, sometimes those witnesses haven't told anybody about them," he explained.

The team will be in Redding for about a week, according to Barackman.

"We will be spending some time out west of here in the local mountains, probably not to far from Weaverville," Barackman stated.

However, the exact location where the team will be, will not be given out.

"Most likely somebody will go there and try to make noises and try to fool us," Barackman said.

20 comments:

  1. Renee is the least g ay member of the finding bigfoot team.

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    1. I hear Ranae will unveil her new fashion line this new season. No dresses of course.

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    2. She also has a new line of eyeglasses too.

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    3. And a new perfume, Squatch No. 5.

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    4. LOL. Does Squatch No. 5 stink like wet dog mixed with skunk spray?

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  2. enough with this garbage already

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  3. I stopped watching the show a while ago. Same old formula over and over. And just like all of bigfootery, never finds Bigfoot.

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  4. The producers have indicated that in this season the Finding Bigfoot crew will find a bigfoot.

    The details have not been officially revealed, but a member of the camera crew has indicated that the script calls for the team using tear gas and a flame thrower. Apparently the bigfoot is flushed out of a den using tear gas and then set on fire using a flame thrower as it emerges from the den. It's a brutal scene when the squatch screams as it is burned alive. It makes for great family friendly television.

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    1. Well, it worked with the Japanese.

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    2. Sounds like something Rick Dyer would cook up.

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    3. Is Rick Dyer part of this episode? He likes to shoot them while they are eating ribs nailed to a tree.

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    4. JAPs you say!!!! not the JAPs ...

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  5. Congratulations to Matt for getting another block of shows. He's had a great run with this show.

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  6. I stopped watching long ago. Every noise is attributed to Bigfoot activity on the show its flat out ridiculous .

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    1. BoBo just admitted the crew staged the noises, now cliff is trying to blame it on supposed fans..LOL...THEY SHOULD BE SUED FOR LYING, WASTING PEOPLES TIME, AND PRETENDING TO BE RESEARCHERS!

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  7. Which one is on the cocaine?

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    1. Cliff for sure, BOBO not so much....

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  8. Does anyone know when the Redding episodes will be shown?

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