Animal Planet TV show seeks stories of Bigfoot encounters
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‘Finding Bigfoot’ cast members Cliff Barackman, James “Bobo” Fay, Ranae Holland, and Matt Moneymaker will be filming in the Four Corners area later this year. Courtesy photo
‘Finding Bigfoot’ cast members Cliff Barackman, James “Bobo” Fay, Ranae Holland, and Matt Moneymaker will be filming in the Four Corners area later this year. Courtesy photo
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Animal Planet’s hit show “Finding Bigfoot” is coming to Utah and the show’s producers are looking for individuals in Moab and southeastern Utah who would like to share their stories of Bigfoot encounters or sightings.

“Finding Bigfoot” is a documentary series that follows researchers in their search for Bigfoot, a cryptid hominid that has long been rumored to live in the wilderness of the United States and Canada. As part of the television show, the researchers investigate evidence and stories of Bigfoot encounters.

The program will be filming in the Four Corners region later this year, according to information provided by Nick Crow, an associate producer for “Finding Bigfoot.”

Anyone in Moab and southeastern Utah who would like to share a story with the show should email findingbigfoot.fourcorners@gmail.com.

This version corrects when the show will be filming in the region, and modifies information about the researchers who will be involved, based on new information provided by the production company.

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