Sunday, November 22, 2015

In Case You Missed It, Here's Bobo On Coast To Coast AM Talking Squatch



Guest host Connie Willis was joined, for the full program, by James "Bobo" Fay of Finding Bigfoot fame for a discussion on his Bigfoot research and the quest to find the elusive creature. Noting that the Bigfoot appears to possess a cranium at least as large as a human, Fay surmised that the creature must have some kind of advanced intelligence which it uses to avoid being caught. "They're not writing symphonies and building suspension bridges," he mused, "all their brain power goes into evading humans and feeding themselves." He also suggested that Bigfoot may be able to sense the electromagnetic field emitted from game cameras and, thus, are able to circumvent the equipment used by researchers hoping for a serendipitous photograph of the creature.

Although he did not dismiss the possibility that Bigfoot may be paranormal or interdimensional, Fay observed that "at least part of the time, they are a flesh and blood creature" that exhibit normal animal behavior. As such, he opts to focus on those aspects of the Bigfoot, because it is highly unlikely that evidence for its interdimensional qualities can even be obtained. Nonetheless, he opined "they're not just a normal animal, that's for sure." To that end, Fay talked about how many Bigfoot witnesses report having some form of non-verbal communication with the creature where it seems to relay telepathic messages attempting to dissuade people from following it.

Regarding Finding Bigfoot, Fay reflected on how the initial episodes of the program were fraught with editing tricks which made it appear as if the crew were spotting the creature week after week. However, the stars resisted this approach and convinced the production company to adopt the documentary style which the show currently conveys. According to Fay, this switch resulted in the ratings for the program tripling after audiences realized there was no fakery involved in the show. Despite speculation that the program may be cancelled, Fay revealed that filming for an eighth season is currently underway in Oregon as well as California and may feature new locations that have yet to be explored by the crew.

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    1. This posted at 12 AM eastern, and it was responded to at 8:01. You are either the biggest loser I have ever seen, making sure you check in every hour, or you are Matt. Which I could see Matt and company doing to drum up responses/traffic.

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    2. Sounds like the old ugly vegas dog is a little upset that him and his superturds arent getting firts. Oh you poor little babies. Keep whining and crying

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    3. BOBO a 1%er let gets his money he needs to pay his fair share $$$

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  2. Keep on turding in the free world

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  3. I don't have the time to listen to the whole program but I have to wonder - do people really watch the show expecting them to find something? I have no idea how they are currently doing in the ratings but I have given up watching it long ago. It was always the same formula and in the episodes I watched there was nothing much of a revelatory nature. It seem to me to head more to a comedic slant with good old BoBo playing the clown with methods such as staging a "rave" in the forest. I always felt Renae was more of a token skeptic than a real one and Moneymaker tried to give it the air of authority with all his endless "facts". It's become more of a standing joke now with the "NOT Finding Bigfoot" comments. I don't believe it has done the Bigfoot community any favors but somehow I don't think the producers care much about that. It's all about the ratings folks.

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    1. You think? There is no doubt that it's a money grab, nothing else. Real "researching" would never last on TV, it's just not that exciting. Almost every episode they get a "response" knock etc., and it just doesn't happen like that.

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    2. ^ "and it just doesn't happen like that."

      That`s because it doesn`t happen EVER...and that is because there`s nothing there to cause it.

      Dumpkoff !!

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    3. I find it interesting that I have seen many Bigfoot believers and advocates scorn and belittle their methods on websites and comment sections yet they seem to be very popular at Bigfoot conventions and gatherings. I also never see them referred to as top "researchers" by the hardcore Bigfoot community. In the seven seasons they have been doing these shows I have never known them to produce anything meaningful but their popularity continues. Maybe it's just the celebrity thing?

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    4. 7:31 is right on, and you should change your name to Bi-Curious. No doubt that is a good representation of you

      MMG

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    5. Yeah sure "MMG" - whatever.

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    1. and are 1%ers need to get their $$$ they need to pay their fair share

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  5. "Telepathic" is the Bigfoot word of the day. Deal with it.

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