Join Jeff, Matt & The Paranormal Outlaw as they discuss all things paranormal and seek answers into the unknown! Our guests tonight are Mike Wooley and Debi King McMartin. Mike Wooley live in a small town named Keatchie it's 15 minutes south of Shreveport LA. His enthusiasm for hunting started at the tender age of 6 yrs old as he tagged along with dad while he squirrel hunted. At the age of 15 his interest turned to deer hunting. On one cold Saturday in Dec 1981 while hunting, a doe ran under his deer stand while she was being chased by a Bigfoot. Little did he know that it would be a life changing event for him. He kept this locked up inside of him for 20 yrs He didn't tell anyone about this until recently when the rash of Bigfoot sightings and encounters gave him the courage to share his story. His encounter has become the inspiration for the movie: Skookum the Hunt for Bigfoot. Debi King McMartin is an author, screenwriter, and independent film producer. Her nonfiction works include the book and screenplay, co-authored with Evelyn L. Morgan, titled Stone Justice, the true story of the only woman ever executed in the electric chair in Louisiana and the last woman. The screenplay was a winner in the 2002 Writer’s Digest Writing Competition TV/Film Script Division. The story rights to the book and script were sold to Riverdream Productions and produced as a feature film titled The Pardon, starring Jaime King and Jason Lewis. Ms. McMartin served as Production Coordinator for the award-winning documentary film titled Missing, Presumed Dead, produced by Hollywood filmmaker Bill Dumas and narrated by Ed Asner. She also served as Producer for the Accolade-Award winning documentary Dreamers and Gamblers: Spirit of the Pioneer Wildcatters. She is currently serving as Co-Writer/Producer for Skookum: The Hunt for Bigfoot, now in post-production.
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