Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Bigfoot TV shows are a waste of time

BIGFOOT TV shows and series are simply a waste of time.
These shows rarely uncover anything new and are more about hype and suspense about essentially nothing.
A friend and Bigfoot expert of mine has tons of compelling stories and locations to explore in Ogden Valley. However, he said when he contacted one of the Bigfoot TV shows they had no interest in it.
What?
"They miss important stuff," my friend said.
Bigfoot shows (an even ghost-type shows) miss the mark in my opinion, because they try to sensationalize and create scenes to stir excitement, but then they really never have anything blockbuster to deliver. So, they are a lot of hype about nothing.
Bigfoot shows need to be more documentary oriented and less hype slanted.

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Obituary: 'Bigfoot is safe'

The Ogden Standard-Examiner (Utah) recently contained one of those colorful obituaries, that is far less serious than most.
This caught my eye:
"Steven Paul 'The Duke' Ukena: Bigfoot is safe" was the headline on the man's passing.
"His death will change many things ... Bigfoot is now safe ... Santa can now deliver our presents without doning his bulletproof vest and the Easter Bunny is now free to hide eggs without dodging traps" was a key graph in the Jan. 6-7, 2016 published obituary.
Ukena was described as loving the outdoors, camping and fishing, but it is unclear what his actual stand on Bigfoot was.