Couple Tackles Controversial Bigfoot Theory
There are a lot of different theories when it comes to bigfoot, but one of the most controversial, and argued, is if bigfoot have special powers or not.
BRISTOL, Va. — Bigfoot lay across the dining room table of Bill and Amy Lancaster.
Hairy of body and menacing of look, Bigfoot wasn’t breathing. No, Bigfoot or Sasquatch or Yeti — whichever name you wish to ascribe to the creature — isn’t dead. Or is he? Who knows?
Instead, the elusive wonder of the world adorned a poster for one of two documentaries made by the Bristol-based couple through their imprint, Bilco Productions.
Their latest documentary, “Paranormal Bigfoot,” premieres on Saturday, Feb. 9, upstairs at The Foundation Event Facility in Bristol, Tennessee. An examination of the possible existence of Bigfoot as explored through some of the world’s pre-eminent researchers of Bigfoot, their first film (“Cultured Bigfoot”) looks at those who look for Bigfoot.
“The second one is a closer look at a segment of that society,” said Bill Lancaster, co-director with his wife, Amy, of “Paranormal Bigfoot.” “We got more than eight hours of interviews. We whittled it down to 91 minutes.”
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