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Finding Bigfoot: Debrief of “Buckeye Bigfoot” by Cliff Barackman

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 1st, 2012

Finding Bigfoot – Ohio Video Debrief

Filmed on the Olympic Peninsula and Interstate 5 Freeway, here is the video debrief of the most recent episode of Finding Bigfoot!

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.


5 Responses to “Finding Bigfoot: Debrief of “Buckeye Bigfoot” by Cliff Barackman”

  1. aaronlife responds:

    Amazing how they quickly came to the conclusion that a bigfoot wasn’t shaking the tree in the video. I thought finally, a realistic video… how often do you see a person shake a tree until it’s roots are ripped out of the ground? And why didn’t Bobo try shaking a rooted tree out of the ground? The height thing was less of an issue for me, the shape of the “bigfoot” body was interesting.

  2. Wendigo Truth Force responds:

    @ aaronlife : Yeah based on behavior I thought the subject in the (OH) “Patterson film” was very interesting regardless of its height. I wasn’t much impressed with the teams “re-enactment”. However, given the background provided by Barackman in this video I suppose their lack of enthusiasm was warranted. I also found it interesting how Bobo was convinced people were in the area messin with the crew. The vocalization heard during their night investigation did sound rather human and kinda “wimpy”. It’s interesting because amongst other researchers here in OH the idea that Salt Fork is overpopulated with researchers and pranksters tends to cause them to research in other adjacent areas or do more research in the “off” months when temps and weather conditions are less suitable to the fair weather hoaxers….

    Anyone looking to research in OH should take this into consideration and try other areas of the “Sasquatch Triangle”

  3. peteyweestro responds:

    I also agree that the video looked to me like it could have been more real then alot of other things on the show, goes to show what I know I guess.

  4. CDC responds:

    Guys, c’mon, this video was proven a hoax a long time ago.

    Jeff admitted himself on Youtube.

    If you are gonna look at Bigfoot in a scientific serious way, do some research and don’t look to “Finding Bigfoot” for answers.

    Finding Bigfoot knew this video was a hoax, they knew Todd Standing’s video was a hoax, yet the did shows about these hoaxed videos anyway.

    Takes only a few minutes to find info on anything, and after years of looking into Bigfoot, the ONLY video evidence that is possible, is the Patterson/Gimlin film.

    Freeman, Memorial Day, etc, etc, etc, can all be replicated or reasonably explained…but so far, not Patterson/Gimlin. Even Ranae couldn’t look Bob Gimlin in the eyes and call the film a hoax. It may some day be proven to be…but not yet.

  5. Joxman responds:

    I watch Finding Bigfoot because …well I like Bigfoot. I wish Moneymaker would grab a pair and say “NO” to the way it is edited. Actually he seems to me to be a bit arrogant. I think he likes the attention.

    With that being said I do think he is a serious researcher and wants to get conclusive proof, but with a camera on him it muddies the objective “proof”.

    :)

    :P



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