Mar 18

After The Show Clip: Killing Sasquatch

Tomorrow night we will be discussing if a Sasquatch should be killed. Woody and I left our microphones on after the show and kept the camera’s rolling. I will be posting the regular show and the after show for the members. I apologize for the audio, Woody and I were just talking after the show away from the mics. I hope you guys and gals like it.

22 Responses to “After The Show Clip: Killing Sasquatch”

  1. Robert F

    I say a Sasquatch needs to be taken down also, so much good could come with a fresh kill to examine, study, and finally prove to the world. An adult male preferably, one that’s an asshole terrorist to some poor defenseless family.

  2. Debbie C

    Wes and Woody, you are “The Bouncer Twins!:)!
    It’s sad to kill nature. But sometimes it must be done.
    I wish Sasquatch was fond already dead and brought in for
    examination. That doesn’t seem to happen.

  3. Zach S

    Great little clip. Keep up the behind-the-scenes videos they’re great thank you. And slow down on the episodes I can’t keep up.

  4. Christian L

    Exatly. Necessary “evil”. Understanding what a sasquatch is may just be another key to understanding who WE ARE!

    Go Wes, I like your style Brother. Brutally honest and straightforward. Too few people left in this world willing to call it like it is. Bravo.

  5. William P

    I agree Wes. Let’s look at it another way… The govt powers involved have most likely already been killing and studying (dare I say “using”) these creatures for some time now. We need to know what they know…Maybe for our own protection….

    Thx guys!

  6. Bert F

    That was like watching me and my brother in law drink beers on the porch and talk…i mean we’re way better looking boys ba haha
    Seriously though is it even a question of morality at this point? Wes/Woody when it happened to the both of you and when you came to the decision that yes you needed answers this ,killing one, was an inevitability once you were far enough down the path right?

  7. Robert V

    Hello,

    My grandfather was a butcher. I helped him grind meat. Grew up with deer hanging in the garage during hunting season. Meat comes from somewhere.

    Bob

  8. Gene P

    So a Bigfoot gets harvested, the news media, is asked to show up at a secure location and samples are sent out to universities.
    No what happens? Is the Department of Interior oblige to protect the species? Will the public want all of them killed. Will this be a government financial burden?

    • thomas w

      some states already have laws about hunting and or killing these beasts, and some are still making new laws as we speak. Its all about money, and where will it go.

  9. ron n

    ARE YOU SERIOUS WES!!!!!!!! PLEASE DON’T EVER QUIT PODCASTING WOODY AND YOU ARE SO AWESOME AT HOSTING PODCAST SHOWS.I WOULD BE DEVASTATED IF YOU AND YOUR BROTHER STOPPED DOING THIS.YOU BOTH HAVE BEEN SO HELPFUL WITH PEOPLE WHO HAVE WITNESSED STRANGE THINGS.YOU CAN’T STOP THIS I’M SURE THAT OTHERS FEEL THE SAME WAY.LOOK LET’S SAY THAT THEY FINALLY DO HAVE IRREFUTABLE EVIDENCE OF SASQUATCH ARE YOU SAYING THAT’S IT? YOU COULD START A WHOLE NEW SHOW RELATED TO SASQUATCH RESEARCH,FINDINGS,NEWS IT WOULD BE A SHAME IF WE EVER LOST YOU GUYS.DON’T RIDE OFF INTO THE SUNSET.GUESS IT’S YOUR LIFE AND YOU’LL DO WHAT YOU NEED TO DO IT WOULD JUST BE VERY SAD THAT’S ALL!

    • m99

      Hi Ron, are you aware that by using all-caps you are literally screaming, yelling at others? And, besides this, it’s more difficult to understand what you are trying to convey in print. Hope you aren’t offended by my interjection here of these facts, but, I thought you should know, if you didn’t. And, I agree with everything you said above.

  10. m99

    So, it is morally wrong to hunt down and kill a BF. But in self defense? Not morally wrong. And, how will you be done? This show is a format for witnesses to come forward and get the encounters off their chests. Just because a BF is shot, killed, taken in, and proven doesn’t mean that encounters will stop happening. Sorry Wes. I guess this is your calling (?). Just saying.

  11. Clayton S

    We live in a world where we use the lesser life to sustain the greater life. God created everything and we are His prized possession, His children. It’s not contradictory to respect life while killing life (plants/animals) to sustain our lives. It’s not wrong to slaughter an animal, but instinctively we hurt when we see slaughter because it’s natural for us to hate suffering because we start to think of ourselves. Satan “The Accuser” likes to make us feel guilty over stuff to keep us down. We need meat and plants for food, clothing, building, and other resources. I don’t let ridiculous guilt keep me from moving. I’ve drifted off in a tangent lol, but I had to say it. I respectfully appreciate your input though…To be frank, the earth was created for man, not abominations like sasquatch. These things aren’t natural and people who’ve had encounters know that intuitively. They are demons in the flesh. Yes, absolutely, unapologetically, one should be shot. I believe they should be shot, proven, get all the studying out of the way, and put them on the unprotected species list. Classify them as an abomination and a pest and happy hunting at your own risk, of course with laws put in place to keep recreation separate from sport/hunting/annihilation of these things to maintain order and safety.

  12. pam purple rose

    Is it morally wrong to kill another human being in a war or self defence scenario? Has science killed animals etc. so that they can be dissected for the greater knowledge of mankind, is it morally wrong?

  13. Christian L

    Clayton S, I loved your comment and totally agree. Can you imagine having a Sasquatch round-up! Call it the North American Demon Derby!

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