The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Matt Moneymaker of Animal Planet’s Finding Bigfoot:
In the season premiere, Bigfoot Field Research Organization (BFRO) president Matt Moneymaker, researchers James “Bobo” Fay and Cliff Barackman and skeptical scientist Ranae Holland are called to North Carolina by an Appalachian family that reports generations of sightings on their property. A packed town hall exposes an abundance of stories along the notoriously squatchy Appalachian Trail. With too much ground to cover, the team calls for backup. Bolstered by the support of the team’s family and friends including Ranae’s cousin, Cliff’s brother, Matt’s son and Bobo’s bestie, the group deploys to four hotspots in an effort to find proof of their elusive adversaries. With the possibility of a sasquatch in their midst, the group of eight descends on one final location, hoping to lay eyes on an Appalachian Sasquatch.
This season the team pushes further then they ever have before, when they return to America’s Four Corners to re-investigate Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico after extreme weather thwarted their first attempt. Besides America’s southwest they also journey to Arkansas, California, Wisconsin, Iowa and Tennessee for deeper explorations into these squatchy states. Plus, a small 400-person town in Minnesota declares itself “home of Bigfoot” and claim that proves true when several night investigations turns up multiple forms of evidence and a packed town hall, which surfaces the best lead of all: a two day old sighting and a footprint cast. The team leaves the mainland to take a break from sasquatching to look for the Menehune or little foot that is said to roam the Hawaiian Islands.