Sunday, May 1, 2016

Video Coverage Of The Arkansas Bigfoot Conference

In case you were unable to attend, here's a 7 part video series covering the entire Arkansas Bigfoot Conference. Lots of great speakers with good information. Check it out:


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    1. You wish. Theres not enough money or guns in the world to get you lucky chump.

      #40 year old virgin blog troll gone wild

  2. It's odd how Bigfoot is the only fringe topic where its "skeptics" are more demented and obsessed than its "believers"

  3. For the love of Bigfoot this blog SUCKS!

  4. I remember as a kid being enthralled with the movie he refers to in the video (The Legend of Boggy Creek). Man, it scared the hell out of me. Of course in those days I actually believed such a thing was possible and I was heavily into Bigfoot and anything remotely connected to it. I’m still interested in the subject but now it’s mainly for entertainment value and the various personalities involved in it. With each succeeding year my belief started to erode until now I no longer believe altogether. I check in here when time allows but nothing of importance seems to come up and I quickly read the story if it appears interesting, laugh at the comments and move on. I keep checking because if there ever is something of major interest I’m sure it will appear here. I have to say that nothing I have read in recent memory has caused me to reevaluate my skepticism and I’m firmly in the camp of those who require an actual body to believe but after almost 50 years of being interested in the subject I’m not holding my breath.

    1. Something of "entertainment value" doesn't leave physical and historical evidence such as crappy foot casts with fake dermals, hairs found to be synthetic fibers, and hundreds of years of native legends that have been dishonestly manipulated by white people.


    2. Vilonia Arkansas has a long history of Bigfoot activity. It's a hotspot folks.