91 episodes

They're known by many names; Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Yowie, Yeti, Almas and the list goes on. For centuries, eyewitnesses have reported seeing them in forests all over the world.

You might wonder what's it like to have an encounter with a Sasquatch. Well, listen to the show and you'll hear eyewitnesses tell you what it was like for them when they encountered a Sasquatch.

Bigfoot Eyewitness Radio Vic Cundiff

    • Sports & Recreation
    • 4.4, 218 Ratings

They're known by many names; Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Yowie, Yeti, Almas and the list goes on. For centuries, eyewitnesses have reported seeing them in forests all over the world.

You might wonder what's it like to have an encounter with a Sasquatch. Well, listen to the show and you'll hear eyewitnesses tell you what it was like for them when they encountered a Sasquatch.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
218 Ratings

218 Ratings

rick 1%er ,

Not bad

Vic, you’re good but guests like the one in ep. 172 are just soooooo unbelievable! That was hard to listen to! Better guest please

keri_ kk ,

Thank you for the great podcast Vic

I just started to listen to the podcast and I love it in my spare time I listen to it

The Silverback ,

Sometimes gets out of hand

After laboring through listening to episode 181, where a story that could have been told in 10 minutes was painfully dragged out to over an hour, I had to say something. Reign people in, do some editing, or reconsider posting some of these, Vic.

I can understand people needing a moment to collect themselves when recounting a terrifying experience, but some of the uh’s, repeating of same passages (with varying details...the above mentioned account goes from the creature being about 450-500 lbs. and later up to 700), excruciating detail about nuances of something irrelevant to creature (you’ll learn more about bow hunting equipment itself than most care to in episode above), and other digressions can be *way* too much.

I’ve listened to a ton of these, and appreciate that Vic doesn’t waste a ton of time talking before getting down to the story. He is very open minded and encouraging of guests. As others have stated, the seemingly exaggerated DJ voice can be comical, too.

Overall, not bad. Better than many.

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