Finding Bigfoot Crew Searches For Bigfoot Today In Rhode Island
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Finding Bigfoot is under the time constraints of a television production schedule, and fudging things would be natural. That is fine for the general public. It is not fine for dedicated researchers. We expect more. Our demographic is one that Matt Moneymaker must be aware of.
The show seems to stick to a type of formula they use in all of their episodes. It is starting to get old. They need to come up with new ways to present evidence. In my YouTube videos I am constantly brainstorming for new ways to present my evidence. Perhaps this is something Keith Hoffman should consider.
I have an idea. They worked with Todd Standing. Why not Tom Biscardi and me? We have something going down in Florida in the next couple of months. They would be well severed in coming down here. Keith, You Ratings would be off the chart!
"-- Bigfoot could be on the loose somewhere in the woods of western Rhode Island. And an investigative team and camera crew are tracking him down.via newsblog.projo.com
"Finding Bigfoot," a TV series on Animal Planet, is in West Greenwich on Thursday, looking for the so-called Sasquatch, hoping to capture the creature on film, or at least capture the comments of people who've reported sightings. And there are many, said Keith Hoffman, executive producer of the show.
The program organized a meeting Wednesday night, inviting West Greenwich residents who have had Bigfoot sightings to attend. "There was quite a big turnout," Hoffman said.
The TV series, which debuted this year with six episodes, is filming its second season, 10 episodes for 2012, Hoffman said. Each episode features a different state.
Already the show has visited Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, Oregon, Washington and Alaska.
You wonder what's going on. If there's only one Bigfoot, why so many states?
"That is a misconception," Hoffman said. "There are many Bigfoots. The one in Rhode Island they call Big Rhody."
I really hope this, and other episodes don't follow the cheesy formula of eye-witness accounts, and re-creations that don't prove anything. I wish they would stop adding audio and be honest about it. Did Cliff really hear the three tree knocks or did they just pay him to say that? Is this show a hoax? Is is real? I think I know the answer.