This is one of those stories that spikes viewership briefly before drifting off over the horizon. But there was SO LITTLE substance to it that the media response seems, well, strange. What can motivate two nobodies from Georgia to suddenly step into the public laser beam with their peculiar tale, offbeat video, and manufactured drama? I have three theories:
1) If Sanjaya can become famous, then why couldn't they?
2) A chance to win the $1,000,000 Sasquatch Photo Challenge
3) Marketing themselves for T.V.
I'm putting my money on #3. I think they're trying to position themselves as wacky bigfoot hunters with a pickup truck, firearms, and an
That clip brought back memories of one of my all time favorite T.V. shows. It was local to the Bay Area of California and ran for one or two seasons in the midnight timeslot. It never caught on by I still loved the utter silliness of it. I think these so-called Bigfoot Hunters are trying to become the next Fishmasters, though they can only ever aspire to such greatness.