Finding Bigfoot Turns Into A Competition


One lucky fan of Finding Bigfoot got the chance of a lifetime. After corresponding for awhile with Tyler Bounds, a cameraman for the series, Cindy Wakefield (pictured above with Ranae Holland) was invited to be a guest on the show. Not only does Wakefield appear on the show, she gets to take part in the special 2 hour season finale special where the crew of Finding Bigfoot divide into four teams and compete with one another on finding the best sasquatch evidence. It seems like I've seen that somewhere else before...

"She contacted Tyler Bounds, a member of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization through Facebook after hearing a vocalization of the creature he captured in Humptulips. They ended up going back and forth several times before she learned he was also a cameraman for her favorite show. Eventually, he invited her to be on their special, which featured four teams located in Washington and Oregon looking for Sasquatch evidence in competition with each other. She would be on the team of Holland while Moneymaker, president for the BFRO, formed the other Washington team."
The episode is titled "1,2,3,4 I Declare A Squatch War" and airs Feb. 16th on Animal Planet.

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  1. " GIRLY BOY" Bobs Knobs, Tee HEE,

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    1. ^
      J Randi's butt plug changer ?

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    2. I wish I were your butt plug. I'd stay inside you all night.

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  3. Who's the winner? That would be Matt, because everything is squatchy to him.

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    1. Thanks alot for ruining the ending for me, chump.

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  4. Something smells Fishy to me!

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  5. Actually, Finding Bigfoot has turned into a joke. The entire "industry" has turned into a joke. There is money to be made off these stupid bigfoot people.

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    1. All I know is Matt and BOBO have decades tracking bigfoots so they have lots of experience in the field

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    2. And they will be the first to tell you this, too.

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    3. "Finding Bigfoot" is like watching "Gold Rush" that is also on the Discovery Channel, where neither the characters nor the cameraman, actually show the viewer what gold either looks like or sounds like. But instead, all you would get is the excitement of the players standing there, looking into the sluice box or into a mason jar that you cannot see. And it took 4 seasons for the director to figure that one out. You just can't make up debacles like this if you tried.

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    4. Matt & Bobo ain't produced shit over 30+ years of looking. I'd call that a BIG failure!

      Girly Boy

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  6. Washington sasquatch eats U fer shure

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  7. Dave Paulides wrote a book on those people that finding bigfoot was the last thing they did and ended up as Bigfoot Finding Dinner

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    1. BULL SHIT! You don't know what the fuck your talking about! Your one of those dumb Anon's!

      Girly Boy

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    2. well tell that to the people that lost love ones, when bigfoot ate their kin. indians will tell you about bigfoots attacks, bewarned and bewares....

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  8. where did the Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings (AIMS) go? They could track down a bigfoot and trap 1 with no worries with all of the experience that team has.

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  9. Art Bell still got his map where 2 bigfoots are buried in TX

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  10. Art Bell ain't got shit! Asshole!

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