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MN.B.R.T. Radio with Doyle Holmes

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Join Elusive1 & Henry May as they welcome Doyle Holmes to the show. Doyle Moved to south west Arkansas at the age of 5. Lived in the perfect country home surrounded by old growth  forests and a creek just 60 yards from his back door that was always full of fish. Stayed in the woods fishing, and playing all day he never thought their was anything other than a stray wolf that might hurt me, that until one late night in the early 70's whan a middle aged woman that lived about a half mile away came to our home for help. She stated she heard a noise behind her home, when she looked out back she saw a giant hairy man looking at her. Scared to death she got her kids out of bed and came straight to our home. Being a small boy he believed what any adult said, so living along the same creek he watched diligently to see this scary monster for myself. As he grew up watching the movie "The Legend Of Boggy Creek ", listening to accounts from witnesses but never seeing anything his self he began to question if it existed at all. He finished high school at Arkansas High in Texarkana Arkansas where this subject came up from time to time, and later went to college. By that time he thought he knew everything in the world, and creature such as that could not possibly exist, afterall nobody hunted ,fished, camped ,explored, and worked in these woods more than he did. In 1994 his outdoor life finally caught up with him, he was diagnosed with Lymes disease. And after a case of Rock Mountian Spotted fever a few years before his immune system was shot enough to eventually cause his retirement as a Paramedic a few years later. Part of my story has been told in Lyle Blackburns book "Beast of Boggy Creak", and on 2 cable shows "Americas Monsters, and Mysteries", and "Finding Bigfoot".

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