The long awaited return of Scott Herriot. This show was recorded back in November and "misplaced" until recently.
Researcher and author Kathy Strain joins Brian and Paul to discuss her new book, Giants, Cannibals & Monsters: Bigfoot in Native Culture, the Georgia body hoax, and the passing of Tim Cullen.
Hollywood make-up specialist and all around Renaissance man Verne Langdon joins Brian and Paul to relate his first-hand account of the origins of the Minnesota Ice Man, it's similarities with the recent Georgia hoaxed body, and, of course, the PGF.
Recharged and rested following their extended "vacation", Scott, Paul, and Brian discuss the MK Davis bigfoot massacre, uncontacted Amazonians, Javan hippos, and the million dollar Bushnell trailcam award.
Paul Vella joins Brian, Scott, and Matthew. Topics discussed include BFS 003, Daniel Perez' track photos, YouTube bigfoot videos, the Lizard Man, and killer donkeys.
Owen Caddy discusses his work enhancing the Patterson-Gimlin film along with his opinions and observations of other bigfoot-related topics. Joined in the conversation with Owen is Brian, Scott, Craig, and newbie show producer, Matthew Gruits.
Craig Woolheater joins Brian and Scott as we try to figure out how to do this show more than once.
Brian Brown and Scott Herrriot discuss the most important bigfoot-related events of 2007, as suggested by the readers of the Bigfoot Forums.
All four BFS hosts convene to ruminate over the end of Finding Bigfoot, the ice damage resistance of the average adult bigfoot's skull, and various other fascinating and exciting squatchy topics (which means Brian forgot to keep show notes again).
The BFS takes a break from its break to bring you up to date on the activities of the North American Wood Ape Conservancy. On this show, an interview with naturalist David Mizejewski recorded on location in Area X. Then, a conversation with the NAWAC's Daryl Colyer regarding the events experienced s