don't miss the Bigfoot Campfire Story at the end
Thursday, May 25, 2017
Saturday, May 20, 2017
Issue #2 Volume 3 Bigfoot Campfire Stories. IT is all fun and games until Bigfoot shows up when Paiute Braves encounter the Pahi-zoho while at deer camp in Northern California. 3 Braves search for a lost young member of the tribe who should have returned before dark.
Sunday, May 14, 2017
Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Welcome to season 2 episode 2 of Rev. Jeff's Bigfoot Campfire Stories from time to time a story comes in that really shakes a person to the core. When I first got the details on this one I was truthfully a bit shaken up myself. 3 friends Terry, Pete and Trevor went on a snowshoe camping adventure in the Desolation Wilderness and end up in a situation that only the strongest wills might survive. Let's listen to their story...
Monday, April 11, 2016
It's that time of the week again! That's right, time to hang out with Rev. Jeff and your old pal Wes for Bigfoot Entertainment Weekly. This week's feature is The Truth Behind Bigfoot from Netflix. A fun filled doc taking a long hard look at the subject. It all starts tonight at 8pm PST on www.youtube.com/sloungepodcast live chat opens at 7:45pm PST
Check out a copy on youtube as well
Here is the live show and it will archive thereafter.
Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Welcome to the season 2 opener of Bigfoot Campfire Stories. Every once in a while, a story comes in that seems like the perfect encounter one could expect to hear. An Easter trip to the hills for James and his family turned out to be just one of those cases. Let's hear his story...
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Welcome to another installment of Rev. Jeff's Monster Info. This episode features the Shunka Warakin from Montanna, USA. The Shunka Warakin is an unknown presumably canine-like creature reported throughout the northern United States including Montana, Illinois, Nebraska and Iowa, often described by eyewitnesses as being a primitive wolf or hyena-like creature. The Ioway and several other Native American Indian tribes in the region called the creature Shunka Warakin, which translates into carrying off dogs because it would often sneak into Indian camps at night to steal their dogs.