Finding Bigfoot: “Indonesia’s Little Bigfoot” and “Squatchers Without Borders” Tonight

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 17th, 2013

Indonesia’s Little Bigfoot
Premiering Sunday, February 17, 10PM e/p
Also airs:
Monday, February 18, 12AM e/p
Monday, February 18, 5AM e/p
Monday, February 18, 1PM e/p

The Finding Bigfoot team journeys to the island of Sumatra in search of Indonesia’s elusive orang pendek, venutring into the unfamiliar jungle in hopes of proving this mythical creature is in fact real.

Squatchers Without Borders
Airing Sunday, February 17, 11PM e/p

Go behind the scenes for a second time with the Finding Bigfoot team as they reveal more stories of their quest that never make it onto the show. Get the inside scoop on their recent trips to Indonesia and Australia; find out how the cast handles hoaxers.

Be sure to come back after the episode airs to share your thoughts about it with the other Cryptomundians!

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.

3 Responses to “Finding Bigfoot: “Indonesia’s Little Bigfoot” and “Squatchers Without Borders” Tonight”

  1. corrick responds:

    The Finding Bigfoot team journeys to the island of Sumatra in search of …even bigger paychecks.
    While there may be something real behind the Orang-pendek stories these four clowns with their “hidden” 20 person production crew will discover nothing except another big check in their bank accounts.
    Between this show and Melba Ketchum, it’s got to be a depressing time for those with a serious interest and belief in a real bigfoot.

  2. springheeledjack responds:

    I think the biggest pro of the show is that no matter what you think of the cast or the expeditions or the methods, the show has raised awareness of bigfoot and has taken it from a ridiculed topic of conversation to one where people openly talk about it.

    I know as a cryptid enthusiast, until the last five years or so, it was one of my hobbies I didn’t bother to bring up in conversation unless said conversation headed down that road itself. Not that I hid my passions, but too many times you bring up something like that and people, if they knew what cryptozoology even was (and probably didn’t) would nod, say “oh” and move on–there wasn’t much interest in discussing those things unless I really found someone that was kind of into the fringe anyway.

    Nowadays though, talk of bigfoot and other cryptids is becoming water cooler talk. At my workplace there’s several people who watch the show. And even though they will never go hunting for Bigfoot, probably will never read a book about them, there is an interest, and perhaps these others will pay just that much more attention when traveling or when they’re out in the woods.

    The show has added legitimacy to cryptids in the mainstream public–or at least made the subject accessible to talk about other than around a campfire in order to creep everyone else out. It means there’s more eyes trained on the side of the road, more cameras looking and more opportunity for sightings, photos, vids and information.

    So for that, good work.

  3. sasquatch responds:

    Yo Renae, there is NO footage of the Orang Pendek, yet you believe in it’s possible existence more than Sasquatch?!
    The existence of Bigfoot is settled…it’s real.
    Orang Pendek? ehhh…

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