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Bigfoot: A Beast on the Run

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 20th, 2007

I found the following trailer for a Bigfoot documentary on youtube. I wrote the gentleman who uploaded it, David Thayer, and requested some additional information regarding the project entitled Bigfoot: A Beast on the Run.

From what I see of the trailer, the production looks high quality. I for one am looking forward to the film.

Hello Craig

I started this project in April 2005. Filming took place in July 2006, and it’s just about finished (I’m still working on the narration and soundtrack)

The idea was conceived when my brother-in-law, Todd Limberg, showed me a recording he made that he thought was Bigfoot.

I was curious; It didn’t sound like anything I had ever heard before, so I figured the only way I could get to the bottom of this was to go straight to the experts.

So I decided to make a movie about it (I love projects!)

The film attempts to answer whether-or-not Todd’s recording was of Bigfoot. In the process of trying to find this out, we ended up finding out a lot more than we expected to, and got some great interviews and footage along the way.

We also learned about the sorry state of the Pacific Northwest’s forests. To see the present condition of this national treasure firsthand is sobering indeed.

Unwittingly, we also ended up looking for Bigfoot.

Featured in the film are: Henner Farenbach, Thom Powell, Jeff Meldrum, Thomas Biscardi (and his crew circa 2005) Jason Valenti (and crew), MK Davis, Peggy Marx (widow of Ivan Marx, and reputedly the one wearing Biscardi’s bigfoot suit), Don Monroe, a Karuk Medicine Man (David Arwood), and many others.

Don’t expect any “oooh, is bigfoot really out there?” or any flashlight-under-the-chin BS. This movie is about Bigfooting and Bigfoot, and things get pretty candid.

If you need any more info I can provide it.

Your site is the best out there. It’s an honor to be contacted by you.

Sincerely,

David ThayerDavid Thayer

An update from David Thayer

I have an update to this movie; Tom Biscardi is very unhappy about it and is threatening to have the movie blocked, or, as in his words, “I will have my attorneys file a sanction for a cease and desist against you and your movie including invasion of privacy and financial damages.”

This is in response to me calling him ‘Bombastic’, which I think is being extremely modest.

Anyway, I’m sure that once he sees the trailer he will calling Youtube to try and get it taken down, so if you’re gonna post it I would do it soon before his army of lawyers comes to get me.David Thayer

I emailed David to ask permission to post the private message he sent me regarding Biscardi. Following is his reply:

Absolutely.

I want him to know that if he tries to ban my movie I can always edit some ‘free internet films’ with the footage I have of him: LEGALLY AQUIRED footage he encouraged me to film and which he signed a release over.

“What footage?” you ask.

Well, I followed up some of the claims he made before my cameras – especially in regards to one prominent anthropologist, whom he CLAIMED was a part of the GABRO, and who he CLAIMED was gonna help him capture and transport a bigfoot he was allegedly gonna catch ‘within 48 hours’. I have a letter from this anthropologist which I will post on the internet unless he lays off my endeavors.

I made him look like prince charming in my film. Him suing me for calling him ‘bombastic’ is like a frog suing me over calling it green.

You can post anything I write to you.

Sincerely,

David Thayer David Thayer

About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.


17 Responses to “Bigfoot: A Beast on the Run”

  1. DARHOP responds:

    Looks Interesting. I’d like to see it even if Biscardi is in it. I guess Tom and crew didn’t bag anything. Probably why he don’t want the film shown. To bad Tom, we already saw you say you’d have one captured. And as I have said before. It will be a very sad day if one is captured.

  2. watch1 responds:

    It looks real interesting. That last comment by TB in the trailer was a good one..LOL. I needed a good laugh.

  3. DWA responds:

    All I can say is:

    Anything sasquatch from somebody who appears this candid up front will at least be worth a watch.

  4. ShefZ28 responds:

    I wonder if in the Bigfoot ‘clans’ out in the wilderness Tom Biscardi is regarded with as much love as he is on the internet…

    Anywho.. sounds like a good documentary to watch….

    Any news on that Paperdolls movie?

  5. Ceroill responds:

    Interesting, I look forward to further updates.

  6. greywolf responds:

    Tom B. is bombastic, but when you blow your own horn to often people get odd feelings about your true intentions…Truth is better than BS always or is that fiction.

  7. bill green responds:

    hey everyone it looks like a very interesting new documentary about sasquatch. when will it be on dvd. good afternoon . bill green

  8. CBFResearcher responds:

    I do a lot of reading here and rarely do I ever want to comment.

    Is this Tom guy for real, or a paid actor to just look like a fool? Just a thought. Hopefully he’s in the DVD, which I will likely purchase when available. he’d be good for a few laughs in what may be a good documentary.

    Go Tom. But please film your own demise when BF gets a hold of you for trying to take out one them. Once again, just invoking my 1st amendment rights.

  9. PhotoExpert responds:

    My choices:

    1. Waiting for Tom Biscardi to capture a BigFoot.
    2. Watching this movie when it is released.

    Since I do not want to wait for Hell to freeze over, I guess I will be watching the movie.

    Actually, looking forward to it. I just don’t like seeing people being bullied or threatened by bullies posturing for effect.

    I wish David Thayer all the best in getting his movie released. Good luck and good will David! I hope you get it done with no more annoyances.

  10. Ole Bub responds:

    Thank you, David and Craig….

    For sharing the upcoming documentary trailer…I look forward to your premiere…please keep us posted.

    I wonder why folks seem to think the Big Folks are only found in the Pacific Northwest…watch where you put your hands and feet…please squatch safely…JMHO

    live and let live…

    ole bub and the dawgs

  11. MultipleEncounters responds:

    I wonder why folks seem to think the Big Folks are only found in the Pacific Northwest…JMHO

    Because we have the most friendliest bigfoot in the land. :)

  12. old crow responds:

    A bigger find than King Kong? and Godzilla? For some reason that strikes me as funny.
    I hope to see this one soon.

  13. cmgrace responds:

    Very interesting indeed. I have to agree with old crow. I mean did I miss the press release on those two or what? I will watch this film with great interest.

  14. Hawkeye responds:

    Looking forward to this if it comes out I will be picking up a copy

  15. silvereagle responds:

    Here is an internet advertisement for this upcoming video that is geared towards viewing Bigfoot from a typically neutral Swiss point of view.

    http://audience.withoutabox.com/films/bigfoot

    Those that typically enjoy learning about Bigfoot with horse blinders on, while simultaneously downing new found knowledge with a warm milk toast breakfast, may experience a bout of denial at some point in this high energy and informative video. Which contrasts markedly from all heretofore produced Bigfoot research videos from other know sources. In otherwords, all other Bigfoot Research videos that I have seen, are real yawners compared to what this trailer is introducing. But then, I am somewhat biased towards this particular film.

    The viewer must also educate himself in advance, in the fine art of making Predictions. In order to not be later made out to be a liar, one must EITHER predict an exact amazing event OR predict the time period of a generally vague event to occur. But NEVER, predict BOTH an exact amazing event and an exact time period for that amazing event to take place. You get a quick demonstration of this fine art of Prediction from a Master of Prediction, during the trailer.

  16. Loren Coleman responds:

    Has anyone challenged the elements of the statement tied to the promotion of this documentary – that Tom Biscardi is a millionaire who has studied Bigfoot during the last 45 years?

    A millionaire?

    Forty-five years?

    Studied?

  17. bill green responds:

    this is definetly interesting that this new documentary is finaly comeing out on dvd soon im looking forward to it . but im very patient. thanks bill green



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