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The Orion Effect : What is in the Woods 2

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      On this special episode series , the crew returns to the woods in this amazing conversation as they speak with the man known as Brian Sons. Brian’s experience with the creature known as Sasquatch will thrill and stun you. His experience are un-like most. His encounters of the creature have been seen on many documentaries and films. So what is out there ? What is this what have been seeing? Is it beast or is it man or something in between ? Are they from here or from somewhere we have no conscious thought of ?

       Brian Sons , a past Podcast Host with his own show known as Onyx Knights , focused on the bigboot theory and experiences. A former U.S. Army Specialist , Brian skills in the woods and the swamps of  Morgan City, Louisiana carved his future in his research. His insight and opinions are known world wide and highly respected . Now, residing in Ackerman, Mississippi , Brian views life and all things a little different then before. Understanding human matrixing and the strong pull to the known has balanced him in a Earthly way . Brian has been featured in such documentaries as Bigfoot Hunters , Man -vs- Bigfoot and Sasquatch Hunters. You can also find his work in :Bigfoot Encounters. 01:07:37 | 2019. Director: J. Michael Long. Cast: Don McDonald, Jeff Meldrum, Brian Sons. 

 

    Come join the crew won’t you , Sunday April 4 as they sit down at the cosmic coffee table and speak with Sasquatch Researcher ,Brian Sons . Lets find out what really is out there and why certain things happen as they do. Want to know about the myth of Bigfoot? Here is your  chance to hear from a man with personal and research experience .

 

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