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

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 19th, 2012

Finding Bigfoot – Minnesota Video Debrief

Here is the latest installment of Craig Flipy’s behind-the-scenes video debriefs with Cliff Barackman. Craig and Cliff talk about the recently aired Minnesota episode of Finding Bigfoot on Animal Planet.

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.

6 Responses to “Finding Bigfoot: Debrief of “Peeping Bigfoot” by Cliff Barackman”

  1. CDC responds:

    Okay Cliff, you said N. Minn is, “vast majority is a mucky quagmire”, and that you, “sunk up to your knees or more”…okay, is that a great area for a 600 pound Bigfoot? Seems they would sink more and be easy to track.

    Maybe Bigfoot isn’t there?

    You say, “critics don’t understand”, maybe we do, but you may not understand that there are no Bigfoot in Minn, NJ, NY, RI, etc, etc, etc.

    You believe and God Bless you for it, but I want Bigfoot to be proven real…not claimed to be real.

    You and your team have an INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY here with your show, please stop wasting it with the research you are trying now.

    Hell, if I see another pointless “Finding Bigfoot” episode, I swear I will go out and find the creature myself just to get you off the air.

    The show and YOU are becoming that frustrating Cliff…sorry, but that is my opinion.

  2. EnormousFoot responds:

    So Cliff you needed a special all-terrain vehicle on tracks to get around efficiently if at all.

    A gigantic biped eludes detection with ease.

    Maybe a Sasquatch would use its gigantic feet like snowshoes?

  3. EnormousFoot responds:

    If there is something strange,
    knocking on some wood
    Who you gonna call?
    If there’s something weird
    and it don’t smell good
    Who you gonna call?
    I ain’t finding no Squatch!
    Everywhere there’s a Squatch!
    If you’re seeing things
    swinging through your camp
    Who can you call? – Squatchbusters!
    A BoBo blob on your thermal cam
    Oh, who can you call? – Squatchbusters!
    I ain’t finding no Squatch!
    Everywhere there’s a Squatch!

  4. Dr Kaco responds:

    @CDC: easy tiger! They are trying. Now whether it is the right ways of going about things, that’s still up in the air, errr ground? ;p

  5. springheeledjack responds:

    Has anyone ever stopped to think that maybe Bigfoot isn’t indigenous to all of these states, but possibly seen passing through on a semi to regular basis? I think Iowa has had 40 or so reports over the last 30 years. I don’t think we have a Bigfoot living in the state, but I suspect they tromp through from time to time.

    I’ve always wondered if Bigfoot weren’t nomadic or had migratory paths based on food sources or what not, and actually travel through states and areas, probably following water and food sources, and that their paths bring them through states without actually taking up permanent residence.

  6. CDC responds:


    You make a solid point…a point I made back in 1997.


    It was my belief that if a Bigfoot animal did exist, it would have to exist in the least populated areas of the US and Canada, otherwise it would have been detected by now. If it were nomadic, it would have to travel along a corridor of unpopulated space in the US, or again, it would have been detected by now.

    By detected I mean killed by hunters, hit by traffic, filmed more often, etc, we would have found one by now.

    Areas in the Midwest, and along the Rocky Mountains are remote, and not overpopulated to this day. If you look at a population density map of the USA you will see the area I mean.

    It is not likely that a Bigfoot animal exists, but if it did, it would NOT exist or even travel through the heavily populated areas of NY, RI, etc…it would have been detected by now.

    That is why it bothers me when I see time and resources wasted on searching areas that seem pointless to search.

    Take the Clown show and the Circus act to the remote areas of the US and then see what you find Animal Planet. Until then, get used to being laughed at.

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