Bonus Q&A Episode of Finding Bigfoot to be Filmed

Posted by: Guy Edwards on June 26th, 2011

Bigfoot Lunch Club

Below is the promotional poster for the event at Ike’s Pizza, where the Oregon Sasquatch Symposium will host the filming of a bonus Q&A episode of Finding Bigfoot . This is also the same location of the “town hall” get-together for the Fishing for Bigfoot Oregon Episode.

The event is happening today (June 26th, 2011) starting around 3pm-ish and will continue until about 8pm.

Any Cryptomundians planning to attend?

Expect to see the production company of Finding Bigfoot, Ping Pong Productions, as well as the cast of Finding Bigfoot:

Matt Moneymaker

Cliff Barackman

James “Bobo” Fay

Ranae Holland

View map for location and directions

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4 Responses to “Bonus Q&A Episode of Finding Bigfoot to be Filmed”

  1. flame821 responds:

    Mr Edwards and/or Mr. Woolheater,

    Do you know if this was filmed when all the other parts of the series were filmed, or is this being filmed now, as in ‘after all the hoopla regarding the creative editing’ and such has been publicized.

    I for one would love to know why they didn’t feel the need to label enhancements and recreations. That would have eliminated all the major problems and complaints, sans personality conflicts.

    I would also like to know if they have gotten a renewal contract and if so, will the ‘creative’ editing stay intact or will the cast have more say in what does and does not air and how it is presented.

  2. Kahil Nettleton responds:

    OMG… I would love to be there if I could. There needs to be someone there who can and will stand up to Matt and the production company. I am confident in saying that Matt will try to bully anyone who says anything that casts them in the negative light that is shining bright on them right now.

    The production company needs to provide answers as to why they felt the need to fake evidence or show things (like the horse thermal image) as though they are something that they are not. I know that they have to make the show appealing to watch, but there are ways of doing so without making things up.

    Matt…not even going to go into great detail there…the list is long. Basically he just needs to be professional with critics and fans alike….rather than getting belligerent, loud, angry and viciously attacking critics. As Loren, Craig and anyone else involved with cryptozoology will tell you…you need to have some thick skin and you need to be professional. In the field there will always be a vast majority of people who are critical skeptics, just a fact you have to deal with and accept….or move on.

    I know that this is intended to for true believers. I’m sure there will be a lot of people there who will believe anything they see or hear. My hopes is that there will be some people who do believe, but who are also critical of “evidence” that is presented to them. In any field, evidence is meant to be scrutinized to a point beyond reasonable doubt. To my knowledge no one, including Matt and BFRO, has yet to produce any credible evidence or proof to the existence of sasquatch. Some have provided promising pieces of potential evidence, but so far nothing that could not be faked or explained by alternative, reasonable explanations.

  3. riverguy responds:

    Quote: “I am confident in saying that Matt will try to bully anyone who says anything that casts them in the negative light that is shining bright on them right now.”

    Sounds like a “personal” jab to me — ‘confidently’ stating that someone is going to bully somebody that says anything — but Noooooo, it couldn’t be!
    Because this is just “civil debate”, right? It’s “not personal” right?


  4. Kahil Nettleton responds:

    Aaaand yet again chooses to be off topic and come at me personally for expressing my opinion. But hey, I guess that means my opinion has no value if it isn’t one that praises Moneymaker.

    Not a personal jab at all. It is a reasonable inference based upon known, past behavior towards critics. Again, I am talking about and pointing out and scrutinizing his behavior, not him as a person. Can you honestly say that if someone went there and confronted both Matt and the production company for what they have said and done in the nicest way possible, that Matt would calmly and respectfully reply? Based on his known and past behavior, it is highly doubtful.

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