Melba Ketchum and her five frolicking sasquatches, the Cryptomundo call for legal defense funds, Loren Coleman's latest desperate ploy for attention, and "new" wood ape photos from the Oklahoma prairie.
Lyle Blackburn is on to talk about his excellent new book "The Beast of Boggy Creek: The True Story of the Fouke Monster"
Recorded live on location in the Sierra Mountains of Central California, Brian chats with Bob and Kathy Strain and Daniel Falconer about their experiences with eyes in the dark and sounds in the night.
The boys discuss the very things they solemnly swore they wouldn't along with Brian's account of what he believes was his own daylight sighting back in May.
Brian interviews several members of the TBRC regarding the group's Operation Persistence.
Further mastication of the TBRC's Operation Persistence along with new recordings of purported wood ape activity in the area.
Mucho mastication over the hoaxed Elbe trackway. Also discussed is a supposed bigfoot tent video, salt and pepper shakers, Finding Bigfoot, and Facebook fans' questions. Brian refers to this as episode 42 couple of times, but that's because he's high as a kite. Pay it no nevermind.
American's favorite bigfoot podcast (probably) is back! The boys bleat and blather about the Provo Utah video, Bobo and Coco, The Jeff Meldrum Experience, and more.
Which is the biggest bigfoot story of the year? Wanna win $10 million? Heard enough about Area X yet? How about the Brown Footage? All this and more on the last BFS of 2012.
Melba made us do it! An entire show dedicated to the Ketchum press release including an interview with Dr. Todd Disotell of Cornell University.