- January 22, 2016
Our latest inquiries into Sasquatch takes us on this episode to Carter County, KY. I had the opportunity to travel there while I was still living in Ohio. I met up with another researcher there, and we stayed at a family’s home, deep in a seemingly very active area of KY. They have had reports of tracks, screams, tree knocks, shakes and sightings. My guest Tabatha also tells of her childhood encounter in the very same house we visited.
Kentucky has a long history of sightings and reported incidents, ranging from fleeting glimpses to full on aggressiveness on display.
I first chat with Sam and Ryan. We discuss the new Travis Walton movie, a flying humanoid spotted in Illinois, and then a humanoid shape in a cloud with an accompanying picture taken by a passenger on a plane.
Here are some shots from Carter County, KY:
Find Jim and Tabatha’s research group on FB here: Carter County Kentucky Bigfoot Research Group
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great show and unique show prep.
it’s rare that an interviewer/host is too intimate and involved in the subject matter.
btw: the new mic sounds pro.
Thanks Jimmer! I’m loving that Yeti as well.