December 28, 2020
Join Lauren Smith as she interviews Amy Bue, Bigfoot Researcher, Educator, and Certified Volunteer Naturalist. Set your reminder now for the live show where you can interact in the live chat and ask Amy questions! As the head of ABLE: Amy's Bucket List Expeditions and a team member of the Olympic Project Research Team, Amy Bue crosses the country speaking, camping and researching in areas of high interest, and following up on witness reports while looking for evidence of Bigfoot’s existence. An educator, writer, and Certified Volunteer Naturalist from Northeast Ohio, Amy co-founded Project Zoobook, a collaboration of Bigfoot investigators working alongside primate zookeepers, primatologists, wildlife biologists, marine biologists, forestry workers, archaeologists, anthropologists, university professors, law enforcement officials, and other scientists. Her work with this group earned her the Dedicated Researcher Award at the 2018 International Bigfoot Conference in Kennewick, Washington.
December 8, 2020
Join Lauren Smith as she interviews Cliff Barackman, Bigfoot Researcher and Evidence Analyst.
Cliff Barackman has been a bigfoot field researcher since 1994. His expeditions have taken him to 46 states and five continents in search of undiscovered hominoids worldwide. As the evidence analyst on Animal Planet’s hit television show, Finding Bigfoot, Cliff has applied his skill and expertise to a variety of photographic, video, film, and sound evidence. Cliff is especially familiar with the footprint and handprint evidence for sasquatches, and he is the curator for one of the largest collections of cast evidence in the world. He is the co-owner and curator of the North American Bigfoot Center. Cliff is also an accomplished musician and outdoorsman living a quiet life on the western slopes of Oregon’s Cascade Mountain range, deep in the heart of bigfoot country.
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November 24, 2020
Join Lauren Smith as she interviews Ken Gerhard, Cryptozoologist, author, researcher, and much more! Ken Gerhard is a widely recognized cryptozoologist and author who, frequently appears on television. Ken has traveled the world searching for evidence of mysterious creatures including Bigfoot, The Loch Ness Monster, the Chupacabra, Mothman and even reputed werewolves. In addition, he’s written five books on the subject of unknown animals and his research has been featured on numerous TV showsincluding Missing in Alaska, Monster Quest, Ancient Aliens, America Unearthed, Legend Hunters and UnXplained - appearing on major networks including – History Channel, Travel Channel, Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, Syfy, National Geographic andthe Science Channel. http://www.kengerhard.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrbuFoImIh4cM3VpGhGBKKw?view_as=subscriber https://www.amazon.com/Ken-Gerhard/e/B00EAFHG2Q?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1&qid=1553977967&sr=8-1 https://www.facebook.com/Ken-Gerhard-Cryptozoologist-340810282571 https://www.instagram.com/therealkengerhard/ https://twitter.com/gerhard_ken
October 14, 2020
Join host Lauren Smith on the Nite Callers as she chats with Craig Woolheater, host of the Texas Bigfoot Conference and Texas researcher.
Craig Woolheater started on his journey in cryptozoology in the summer of 1969 with the strange case of the Lake Worth Monster on the front page of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. He later obtained a copy of John A. Keel’s book Strange Creatures from Time & Space in 1970. He found it influential to his life. Interested in Bigfoot, he also saw the movie The Legend of Boggy Creek. In 1994, his reality came crashing down, when he had a sighting of what he feels was a Bigfoot creature. It occurred while driving back to Dallas from New Orleans on May 30, 1994. He got more deeply involved in organized Bigfootery, and was a cofounder of the Texas Bigfoot Research Center in June of 1999. In 2005, he founded Cryptomundo. In January, 2007, the TBRC reorganized as a 501(c)(3), non-profit, scientific research organization. The organization’s name was then the Texas Bigfoot Research Conservancy, which he resigned from in 2010, due to differences with the leadership. On December 24, 2013, Woolheater resurrected the original TBRC, the Texas Bigfoot Research Center. He has appeared on or contributed to several Bigfoot and cryptozoology television programs, documentaries and films. He has hosted the Texas Bigfoot Conferences for nearly two decades.
September 29, 2020
Tune into Nite Callers as Lauren interviews Seth Breedlove of Small Town Monsters about his various films and projects, as well as his own experiences with the topics of his films. We will also get to hear about upcoming projects Seth is working on for our viewing pleasure!
September 15, 2020
Tune in as I chat with Bigfoot Stacy about his experiences and research methods! Stacy Brown Jr. voted 2016’s Bigfoot Researcher of the year, spends most of his time searching the swamps for the elusive beast they call the Skunk Ape. Stacy got his first start into Skunk Ape research when he and his buddy had an encounter on November 6th, 2011. After becoming enthralled with the subject he and his father were able to capture what some people call the best piece of thermal footage ever caught.
September 3, 2020
Marvin Leeper is a former Folklore and Language/Arts Professor at Murray State College, in Tishomingo, Ok. Prof. Leeper has contributed several articles on the subject such as, "Bigfoot in Your Own Backyard", "Bigfoot, Man or Monster (published in the Oklahoma Humanities Council Journal), & "Oklahoma's Boggy Creek" the last chapter in Wood Knocks vol. 3. Prof. Leeper has given presentations at the Fouke Monster conference and Honobia Bigfoot Festival.