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Posted By kenrg

 
Posted By kenrg

When I put together my Bigfoot video the other day I left Charlie on the cutting room floor. The video was already longer than I wanted it to be just with the interview with Mike Rugg and the revealing of his latest find, and, frankly, Charlie just rambled and didn't have any first-hand sightings to share. Oh, and did I mention that Charlie's breath smelled strongly of ganja? But Charlie is a heck of a character, and so here, raw and uncut, is six minutes of Charlie...


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Posted By kenrg

Last Friday afternoon I finally made it to a local museum I'd been wanting to visit for months; the Bigfoot Discovery Museum in Felton, here in the Santa Cruz Mountains. I spent nearly two hours there, talking to curator and Bigfoot hunter Mike Rugg, and his friend, Charlie. They didn't quite convince me of Bigfoot's existence, but they did impress me with their dedication, and I wouldn't be too surprised to find out that they're right. (To see the HQ version, watch on YouTube and click the "High Quality" link in the lower right of the screen).


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Posted By kenrg

My best fuzzy friend, Big George, lost his battle with lymphoma on Friday. He was always around while I made my vlogs, and talked to me while editing. I joked that he was my producer. This is a short tribute to him.


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Posted By kenrg

This video is from footage I shot last December in Moss Landing, CA. I rarely hold on to unused footage as it just eats up hard drive space, but I knew I didn't want to trash this. But I was also reluctant to post it, after YouTube featured somebody else's "sea otters kissing" video. I did not want this to be seen as just a knock-off of that.

But I really loved the footage, and my wife kept asking if I was ever going to post it, so this is for her. And the soundtrack is actually by my mother-in-law. So, this really is a family video. Enjoy. (And be glad I cut it down to 3:20, I have about ten times that much footage still left over).