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For a creature whose very existence is still in dispute, Bigfoot sure has been in the news a lot lately. Whether it be the viral Provo Canyon, Utah video, the equally controversial Vermont orchard mother/baby images, or Melba Ketchum's DNA analysis alleging Bigfoot is a human/unknown hybrid that popped into existence just 15k years ago, the big guy is a hot topic.
FINDING BIGFOOT, Sundays at 10pE/P, is one of Animal
Planet’s top-performing series ever. The fascinating and entertaining show, starring the Bigfoot Field Research Organization (BFRO) - president Matt Moneymaker, researchers James “Bobo” Fay and Cliff Barackman and
skeptical scientist Ranae Holland - recently returned for the second half of its Season 2, with 20 all-new episodes that take the team farther across the globe and further into sasquatch history than they’ve ever traveled.
We'll be speaking with Cliff and Ranae about the show and all things squatchy.
Cliff started camping with the singular purpose of conducting Bigfoot research in the '90s. On his first expedition to Bluff Creek, CA in '94, he stumbled across possible Bigfoot footprints, tree damage evidence, and a hair sample. Cliff's background in biology led him to take a keen interest in footprint casts, and over the years he has amassed one of the largest cast collections in the country.
A research biologist by training, for nearly a decade Ranae has studied aquatics and fishery in the Pacific Northwest. Ranae hopes her presence on the show will help the team apply proven scientific methodology and protocol to their expeditions.
Join Elusive1 as he welcomes Paul Graves of Wenatchee, Washington and Olumpic Project team member, Derek Randles who is the head of the Olympis Project & Cliff Barackman from Animal Planets hit tv show Finding Bigfoot & B.F.R.O. Team member & my self. Seeing there has been a boom in the Bigfoot community I asked these GREAT researchers and good friends of mine to join in on a round table show covering in the field operations such as what should be done before casting a print and what plaster t
Steve Kulls along with co-host Chris Bennett delve into the Bigfoot mystery each week with guests from around North America discussing their research or encounters. Tonight we have on one of the researchers on Animal Planet's "Finding Bigfoot", Cliff Barackman. For more info go to SquatchdetectiveRadio.com Squatchdetective.com or BigfootResearchProject.com
Join Elusive1 as he welcomes Cliff Barackman to the show. This will be Cliffs first time on Blogtalk Radio sence he has started FINDING BIGFOOT. Cliff WAS BORN IN LONG BEACH CALIFORNIA, in 1970. His first bigfoot encounter occurred while camping in Northern California. Determined to understand the nature of his experience, he began immersing himself in sasquatch research. Cliff has been a dedicated sasquatch field researcher for the past two decades. Known throughout the Sasqua
Tonights show is a departure of sorts from my ususal guests, Cliff is one of the talented folks on The Animal Planets hit show, "Finding Bigfoot", Cliff is from the west coast and lives in Oregon. This subject has been cussed and discussed by countless people over the years, Perhaps Cliff can help some folks that are on the fence to be more open minded. Should be a great show folks, Kel Kelly Outdoors is a show about just that, The great outdoors and all that it has to offer,
Dave Johnson & Cliff Schecter offer a counterpoint to the Sunday morning media shows. Jay Ackroyd hosts.
• The return of the austerity and grand bargain narratives, including the appointment of New Democrats Chris Van Hollen, James Clyburn and Nita Lowey to the budget negotiation committee.
• GOP in disarray. Are the Teahadists chastened, or emboldened by the loss?
• PPACA. Particularly the tension between identifying problems and defending it from attack
Plus satirical commentary from Culture of Truth.
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The VS Media Panel: Avedon Carol, Cliff Schecter, Dave Dayen, Dave Johnson, Dave Waldman, Digby, Gaius Publius, Joan McCarter, Marcy Wheeler & Stuart Zechman.
Chronicling the tumultuous life of the original bad boy of tennis, this engaging memoir describes one man’s public battle with clinical depression. Cliff Richey was best known for the 1970 season in which he won the Grand Prix, the Davis Cup, and was first in the American tennis ranking. He was also well known for his tantrums and boorish behavior that served to mask an internal, dark struggle. Describing torturous days in which he would place black trash bags on the windows and lay in bed crying for hours, this brutally honest narrative stresses that depression is a mental disorder that can affect anyone. Documenting his 10 year fight for control of his mind, aided by antidepressant medication, the determination and strength that afforded him the nickname of The Bull” is highlighted. Expressing the joy of feeling stable for the first time in his life, this deeply moving story of nightmare and redemption serves to encourage and inspire anyone whose life is touched by mental illness.
Cliff Compton helps the IWX kick off season 2 by calling in for a very special interview. Cliff currently works on the independent circuit for promotions including Ring of Honor and Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) - He's also a former WWE tag team champion who played the role of Deuce, of Deuce & Domino.
Cliff Compton played a role in turning ROH upside down as a member of Steve Corino's diabolical stable, S.C.U.M. -
he now joins the IWX for a special interview & conversation with his fans.
Call 646-478-0388 to be part of the show! Super Domino, Mr. 1859, Cliff Compton takes your calls live - Tues night 9/10/13 at 7pm ET