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Message Number: 28 - Wednesday, August 3, 2011 12:20:02 PDT
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Name:  Roger D. Miller
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You should check these books out: Rusty Wilson's "Bigfoot Campfire Stories" and "More Bigfoot Cqmpfire Stories".
There are some very interesting and frightening tales in there!


Message Number: 27 - Sunday, November 14, 2010 13:17:23 PST
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Name:  peter nickerson
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please come visit my blog at blackfloridapanther.blogspot.com


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Message Number: 23 - Saturday, November 28, 2009 18:38:30 PDT
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Name:  Shannon Wallace
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Hey! I Don't know if you heard me on Sasquatch radio the other night, but I was talking about my new book, The Farm. I have gotten hits on my website from all over, and I'm surprised you didn't call in! It's a great Bigfoot read, check it out! Shannonwallacenovels.com

Shannon Wallace


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Message Number: 21 - Saturday, August 29, 2009 17:53:41 PDT
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Name:  chris evans
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see my story on facebook.
@ chris evans


Message Number: 20 - Sunday, August 9, 2009 16:04:47 PDT
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Name:  Rich Allen
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Hey Darin,Rich from Santa Cruz,California,wanted to say great show with Tom Yamarone,those songs always put me in a great mood.I have met Tom briefly at Michael Ruggs Bigfoot Discovery Museum.Toms always a great guest on any radio show and has a well stocked resevoir of knowledge on this subject.Keep on Squatchen and keep up the good work!Richie from Cali.


Message Number: 19 - Thursday, June 4, 2009 20:28:31 PDT
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Name:  greg
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my yanky cousins should really stop with the "bump in the woods stories". i mean lets face it americans long ago killed just about every last wild thing within the continental usa, except for the sporatic sprinkle of the ranch raised fenced in wapiti (thats an elk) or big lost coyote mistaken for a wolf. its truly sad but undeniably true that if there were sasquatch in the usa there long gone buy now. take it from a guy who lives, thank god in one of the worlds last regions still having vast areas, all be it they are too dwindling as well, of unspoiled wilderness with old growth areas still dumbfounding botinests because they say trees cant live that long and plants like that were extinct 3 ice ages ago. no my freinds i have been fortunate to have travelled to 14 contries around the world including a tour in the "more wild areas of the usa" for siesmic and geographic purposes and the world that we hear about in those stories around the camp fires only regretably exsists in a very few areas on earth. of which