I have watched this video many times and I kept expecting it to be another comedy bit video. This could be the real deal here folks unless you know otherwise please inform us. This man seemed really upset and those rocks coming down at him were loud and close. I hope this is not a made up video for youtube and until I get evidence to the contrary I’m going with it.
I have come to realize that we know so little about the Okla Chito. Just in the past 7 months a very small group of friends and I have spent just about every weekend since Janurary visiting locations all over Southern Oklahoma. We have seen and learned so much in all these months than I have in 8 years doing this. One thing I did learn as I said we know so little about them. Another thing I have learned is that it takes extraordinary patience and committment to respect for the chance to learn things about them. 99% of it is observation, watching them move about all around you in the woods at night. Getting to see what people refer to as “eyeshine” and hear their sounds is in one respect awsome. I am amazed of the simplicity of visiting a location with the right mindset and patience you will be amazed of what you may experience. I am not saying it is all that easy. Like I said I was with BFRO from 2005-2009, and since 2009 til now I have spent countless weekends and long weeks in the woods and moutains to get to where I am at now. Dedication, respect, open mind, and discipline of patience has turned me into more and more a believer that they are a people. Maybe not what you may think of someone that lives the way we live our lives. They are created by God in the manner only he knows why they are here on earth. However they are here, they have a purpose just as anything else in mother nature. They should be respected and left alone as we would want someone to leave us alone if we are trying to survive and live our lives in complete harmony with the earth.
Troy Hudson, Chairman
Honobia Bigfoot Conference Council
Editors Note: Troy Hudson will be a regular contributor to the Bigfoot Buzz Blog.
Stacy and I were frantic last night as for the first time in 4 years our radio show Bigfoot Tonight Show went dark as Blog talk Radio was hit by a major outage. At first we couldn’t even log into the show it’s like everything was in slow motion. Stacy calls me at 8:47 pm 13 minutes before our 9 pm eastern time start stating that he can’t log in. Finally I got the password to work at 3 minutes to 9 pm. Our guest calls in at 1 minute before Airtime but the show doesn’t start there is no music no intro, you talk about being frantic well we were going nuts ! What did we do wrong ? Was the show hacked we had no idea. I got a urgent message off to Blog Talk radio begging them for assistance, Stacy was busy informing our rapidly filling chatroom that there’s something wrong with Blog Talk and were working on it. Our chatroom audience was great as always they understood these things happen and stuck buy us for 40 minutes as we worked to get the show up and running. Our guest Dan Shirley was also extremely understanding he waited on hanging on his telephone to the bitter end. At 945 pm we informed our chatroom audience that we were pulling the plug on the show tonight, Blog Talk sent out this message:
Thank you so much for writing. I apologize to inform you that your show was effected by a site wide outage that occurred to our streams tonight. Our development team was able to fix the issue and everything is now back to normal. We are so sorry your show was effected and invite you to delete that show, and reschedule tonight.
Thanks again for your patience
Our guest Dan will be rescheduled today for an upcoming show soon. I want to thank Stacy and our entire Bigfoot Tonight Radio audience for hanging in there until the show was finally called off, you can’t get a more supportive group of people then that,
Thank You ! Chuck Prahl
On the set, co-writer of “The Lost Coast Tapes,” Brian Kelsey, tells the story of how he found a Bigfoot footprint at his family’s cabin in Northern California when he was just 12 years old. This childhood experience is what inspired the script for the upcoming horror film, “The Lost Coast Tapes.”