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Bigfoot Ground Zero

The three semi-finalists search for Sasquatch by navigating a river filled with Class III rapids, and then head for Bigfoot “Ground Zero” - Bluff Creek, California where the 1967 Patterson-Gimlin Film was shot.

Our map lookspretty good so far.

My inner artist |is coming out.


For this field test, not onlyare we water rafting,

but we have to makea detailed survey

showingwhere Bigfoot may be.

We're gonnacome out on top.

Kirsten, they are close.


Come on, we wantto be first.

Okay, let's go.


Holy (bleep)!


That's whatI like to see.

Hey, ladies.

Let's see your maps.Let's see your maps.

Ah, a legend.

(Shaney)We did a legend.

I'm not sure ifanyone else did that.

We rocked it.

We definitelykicked some ass,

take some namestoday, buddy.

Let's seewhat you've done.

Do you thinka Sasquatch could live

in an environmentlike this?

Oh, not only coulda Sasquatch live here,

but I could survive here

and feed all you guysat the same time.

I could feed Kat.

I could feed a wholebunch of people here!

You make it soundlike I eat a lot.

All the other teamsmust be done at this point

because I don't seenobody down the river.

We don't have tobeat them, bro.No.

We just havethe most detailed map.

Dude, look at that(bleep) map, man.

Running out of roomon this (bleep).

All right, here we go.


Did you seeany sign of Bigfoot?

We found huge,uh, footprints.


I'll be shocked if welose this one

because thatis straight detail.

We have everythingdown on there.

I got a questionfor you, man.

What's up?

Let's say we're outSquatching, right?


And, uh, lo and behold,

not 30 feet in front of youis a female Sasquatch.


It lays down on the ground,spreads her legs wide open,

she motions youto come on over,

what do you do?

I believe I'd tear it down,for the sake of mankind.

Yeah.Try to bring our speciescloser together.

What'd you think I'd do?

Oh, (bleep),they're close.

That's fine,let's just let them go.


What if they start

destroying trackslike we did?

There are some marksover here.

Ah, yeah, that's cat.

You can see theclaw marks and all.

Why are they scrapingthe (bleep) ground?

That's such bull (bleep).

Oh, (bleep)!

We gotta go.

Oh, no!

Follow the ridge?Yup.



Ooh, that's a good track.

There ain't no bearlooking like that.

We've come acrosssome tracks,

and they're about13 1/2 to the heel.

Okay.A 55-inch stride.

Damn, that is awesome.

There's more.There's more?

They keep going.

Impression there.

Impression here.


We found tracks.

That is a Bigfoot track.

I mean, look at thistrack right here.

The absolute width of this--this foot.

Big toe.

Oh, the two center toesright here.

Damn, I'm speechless, man.

This is (bleep) amazing.

You know what is, man.

I mean, it seemssurreal right now,

but we both know what the(bleep) this is, man.

This is (bleep).

Words can't describehow I feel right now.

I mean, peoplego their whole life

and don't findmultiple tracks.

Here in the middleof Bluff Creek,

we are hot on the trailof a Sasquatch.

We are on a trackway.

We are following this bitch'til we get to the beast.

(bleep) yeah.

(bleep) damn, boy.

We got a Sasquatchto catch, bro.