Sasquatch Triangle Show, Don Keating, bigfoot radio show

This announcement is posted verbatim from Operation Appalachia:


Guests Lined Up For The Sasquatch Triangle Show

    With cold winter evenings here now is the time you should be interested more than ever to listen to The Sasquatch Triangle internet radio show. The following have confirmed they’ll appear on the show with me and when. All shows begin at 9 p.m. eastern time, 6 p.m. pacific time.
January 17th… Paul Rozich
January 24th… Jim Donohoe
 January 31st… Bobbie Short, Ron Schaffner & Diane Stocking
February 7th… M K Davis
February 14th… TBA
February 21st… Bob Gray
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3 responses to “Sasquatch Triangle Show, Don Keating, bigfoot radio show

  1. I listened to your podcast after watching the monster quest show. If you knew the skull was a baboon all along, the film of something walking into the woods was probably not a bigfoot, the helicopter shot was poor at best, then how could you consider the show to be good proof that Ohio has a bigfoot? The other 2 or 3 items were inconclusive. I’m sorry, but with respect, the show was a joke. I knew that they didn’t do their research when they put up the name of the town where they were at as Kershawkton. If this is the best evidence for bigfoot in Ohio, it’s none at all. There is much better evidence of wookelars.

  2. I had NOTHING to do with the skull being on the show. Got a problem with it “Jim” write to Joedy cook at The rest of your comments do not require a comment from me.

  3. Don,

    I’m simply pointing out that it’s going to take a lot more than spooky sounds and bad smells to prove the existence of an undocumented creature. I’ve got nothing against your belief in Bigfoot and your intention of finding one. I hope you do. But you did say the show made a good case. I disagreed and sited why. Then you folded. You’re right, you don’t have to prove anything to me, but I would think you might like to make your point to someone who obviously is interested in your show and listens to it. Since you can’t do that, what are your chances of convincing the scientific community?

    Like it or not, Monster Quest is in the business of selling advertisement time, not helping you make a case for Bigfoot.

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