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We Want to Believe: The Hunt for Bigfoot Part 3 (2021)

The Hunt for Bigfoot Part 3: With the help of renowned cryptozoologist Ken Gerhard, the team explores the mythology of Bigfoot in terms of how it relates to people, and its habitat. Why is Bigfoot hard to find? What makes it the Hide and Seek Champion of the Universe? Where do they live, and how do they mark their territory? These are the questions Jason Hewlett, Sarah Jane, and Chris Bose attempt to answer, with Gerhard’s help, setting the stage for one final hunt... in the woods… at night!

Writer/director statement: This episode wasn’t part of the original plan for our Hunt for Bigfoot episodes. Once we started venturing into the woods, and began compiling footage, we realized we’d stumbled across something we hadn’t anticipated finding – possible Bigfoot shelters and territorial markings! Having Ken Gerhard on hand to help explain things adds a lot to the episode, and it’s one of the best of this series, in my biased opinion.

Here's some pics from the latest episode:

Renowned cryptozoologist Ken Gerhard

Writer/director Jason Hewlett

Sarah Jane and Chris Bose explore a possible Bigfoot shelter

Chris Bose and Sarah Jane on the hunt

The We Want to Believe team is cinematographer Brandon Knippelberg, music/sound/executive producer Shawn Knippelberg, writer/director/creator Jason Hewlett, lead investigator/executive producer Peter Renn, investigator Sarah Jane, and cinematographer/executive producer Marcus Flor.

New episodes appear once a month at JoBlo's The Paranormal Network. Big thanks to Arrow in the Head frontman John Fallon for coming on board as producer, and JoBlo himself, Berge Garabedian, for guiding us as executive producer.

In the meantime, keep up with our shenanigans via the official We Want to Believe Facebook page!

The Hunt for Bigfoot Part 4 is coming in May!

Source: The Paranormal Network

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