Friday, September 1, 2017

Almost Live - Raw Footage From The Field


As some of you may know, when I go out in the field to conduct bigfoot research I can not "Go Live" because I really get back in the bush and don't have any cell phone signal. I know going live is a very popular thing among bigfoot researchers and fans of the subject. So, I thought I would create a new series entitled "Almost Live".  It will be the raw, 95 percent or more, unedited and uncut footage from some of my outings.

We make a big effort to share the majority of our research efforts with everyone. I know sometimes it is not very exciting and maybe even down right boring, but we share the good, the bad, and the boring. Sometimes we walk for miles looking for clues that bigfoot is in the area. Many times we don't find anything at all. This is a very large and difficult task that we are doing, but we love it even on slow or bad days.

With that said, here is the first episode of "Almost Live"



Today was an extremely hard day, with lots of rain and slick mountains. I'm sharing this to let you see we are serious about what we do. We are not just running out some public trail and giving a few whoops and a couple tree knocks and then back to the car to go eat.
Start taking notice, many of these bigfoot "researchers" take lots of pictures of themselves, but you never see them with a backpack on. There is a reason for that....they are not getting far enough away from their car to need one.


Let us know if you liked the first episode of "Almost Live", if you liked it tell your friends, if you didn't don't say anything, we might get better at it. :)

Not exactly sure how often I will do episode like this ...but wanted to give it a try. I like the idea of not having to do edits.


Thanks
Tom

 
This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.




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