Cryptologic Radio Archive: Two Hostile Bigfoot Encounters

Posted by: Shannon LeGro on November 29th, 2014


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Cryptologic Radio-Episode 30-Two Hostile Bigfoot Encounters

This week we are talking to two gentlemen with their own individual Bigfoot encounter stories that, as recounted, tend to be on the more hostile and aggressive end of the spectrum. Our first guest is Jamie Nightingale from Ontario Canada. His encounter in Vancouver, British Columbia from 1984 was particularly harrowing for him as he seems to have subconsciously blocked out the encounter for a number of years due to the trauma associated with it. Jamie’s report contains a high degree of physical and behavioral detail. Our second guest is David Holley from Texas. David’s encounter took place in 1971 at Broken Bow Lake in the Kiamichi Mountains of Oklahoma. He experienced a number of events with a school friend over a few days that culminated in their up close and personal encounter. David is also the founder of the Timberline Bigfoot of North Texas group and runs a Facebook group titled David Holley’s Hardcore Bigfoot.

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Shannon LeGro About Shannon LeGro
My name is Shannon LeGro and I've been researching the paranormal since I was a teen, having had my own experience which started me on this path. And for the past several years, a focus on the phenomena that is Sasquatch. I strive to bring a fresh perspective and an open mind to the most intriguing mysteries in our little known universe. Visit my site for more information and the latest episodes of Into the Fray.

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