|Larry the Cable Guy host of "Only in America"|
“I didn’t see him. If it makes them happy to hunt for Bigfoot, I’m glad. That’s what this show is about: these guys go out on weekends . . . and at some point they think they’ll find Bigfoot..." Larry the Cable Guy
As we mentioned earlier last year Kentucky is an increasing hotspot for bigfooting. In our post, Kentucky is where Bigfooting is at, we highlighted Kentucky Bigfoot lead by Charlie Raymond. Charlie is a high school teacher, IT Specialist. and holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Florida. He developed KentuckyBigfoot.com to document all credible bigfoot encounters in Kentucky. He believes bigfoot to be a "flesh and blood" unidentified hominid, VERY closely related to us.
This season, History Channel's Only in America goes Bigfooting with Charlies Kentucky Bigfoot. Below is the excerpt from an article posted on murfreesboropost.com.
UPDATE: We just got word from Parker Duvall, a Kentucky Bigfoot Lead Investigator. He offers an alternative version of the howls Larry heard on the expedition, "Larry thought he was joked and cussed at the Producer (Eric) for pulling a trick on him......it wasn't a trick-we had a close range howl and was stunned because of cameras, amount of people, etc.....we have a 4 minute clip of it on Ky Bigfoot Hunters and I can say Larry was truly stunned! It's funny that he still thinks it was someone playing a joke on him!"
You can hear the actual audio from the Kentucky Bigfoot site here.
New adventures this season include a walk in the woods at night with the Kentucky Bigfoot Research Group, squirrel hunting in the Ozarks and shooting targets at Army sniper school.
“It’s a fun show. I like the spontaneity of the comedy. I know where I’m going. They give me a little download of what will be happening, but I never meet anybody or have any activity (planned) until I get there. I want it to happen when it happens. I really love the improv nature of the show,” he says.
When asked if his TV series is sort of a comedy version of the old “On the Road With Charles Kuralt,” he answers, “It could be kind of like that, but it’s a combination of a lot of things really. I’m way more sexier than Charles Kuralt.”
Larry says going squatting in Kentucky did not convince him that the tall, hairy creature some call Bigfoot exists.
“I didn’t see him. If it makes them happy to hunt for Bigfoot, I’m glad. That’s what this show is about: these guys go out on weekends . . . and at some point they think they’ll find Bigfoot. Do I think there’s a Bigfoot? No. The only thing people ever see is the tracks. They see the tracks and hear him howl, but nobody has ever seen a picture of a Bigfoot.
“I went out with these guys, and it makes for a big night. They were awesome.
We had somebody go out (as a practical joke) and howl, and they howled back and thought it was a Bigfoot. They were fun guys,” said the funny guy.