Monday, September 28, 2009
The recently released Bigfoot documentary, "Not Your Typical Bigfoot Movie," meets the expectations of a certain blogger who loves this stuff. The film is about two Bigfoot hunters, Dallas Gilbert and Wayne Burton, as they cope with problems of the past and the present, and at the same time catch the Bigfoot video of the century. Their quest started when the two spotted a strange creature in the woods near their home town in Ohio, and since then, they've spent valuable time and money on the equipment (AKA, a barbecue, a couple of folding chairs, and a video camera) that they use.
Both Dallas and Wayne seem a little bit emotional, and they don't seem to mind sharing their problems. The sadder interviews show the one of them either crying or talking about past experiences and emo incidents.
Though it really IS (for the most part) an average Bigfoot documentary, the two average joes show their passion for Bigfoot hunting through the interviews and throughout the scenes in the movie. Though you don't get to see Bigfoot, you get to see the lives of two men who have dedicated years of patience and study to this enigma that we call "Sasquatch."
Friday, September 18, 2009
GeoTagged, [N42.25471, E71.09032]
I keep expecting a wizard with a long white beard to come into the world because, for some reason, Lord of the Rings seems to be coming to life. First there was the hobbit, and now there is Gollum.
In Cerro Azul, a town north of Panama City, a group of teenagers were playing, when all of a sudden, the creature crawled out of a nearby cave and crawled towards them. The teenagers picked fight over flight and beat the creature to death with rocks and sticks. They tossed the body onto the side if the lake and ran away. They returned later to take pictures of the body.
Sunday, September 6, 2009
Now THIS is a Bigfoot sighting.
Mr. and Mrs. Sasquatch were just like the real thing, now you see them, now you don't. Sometimes, when I'm looking at this picture, I wonder why they wrote Mr. and Mrs. "Sasquatch." I'm not saying that it isn't an awesome name, but normally, people would think that would be pretty weird. But, that guy did have some hair on his face, so I wouldn't put it passed him to maybe shave to disguise his true cryptid form. Really, it wouldn't surprise me a bit. And the woman riding shotgun was a nice touch. Though, to be honest, I wouldn't know why the heck he would've picked Interstate 84 in upstate New York to take a drive. I would've picked the Canadian forests.