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Boggy Creek Monster

Small Town Monsters is working with Lyle Blackburn on another Bigfoot documentary. This one is Boggy Creek Monster, obviously about the Bigfoot sightings in Boggy Creek, near Fouke, Arkansas.

Small Town Monsters made the Minerva Monster documentary about the Bigfoot sightings around Minerva, Ohio, which premiered at the Ohio Bigfoot Conference in May of this year. A while back they announced that they are working on a documentary on the Bigfoot sightings in Whitehall, New York, and that documentary will be out next April.
Good documentary!


The STM team announced Boggy Creek Monster at the 3rd annual Boggy Creek Festival just a few days ago. Here's some info about the new film from Cryptomundo:

"Just announced at the 3rd annual Boggy Creek Festival is the next film in the Small Town Monsters, cryptid-documentary series. The film is titled Boggy Creek Monster and will focus on the history of sightings in and around the community of Fouke, Arkansas that inspired the film, Legend of Boggy Creek. Boggy Creek Monster is a Small Town Monsters production in association with cryptid researcher, author, musician, journalist, and television personality, Lyle Blackburn. 
"The film is slated to go before the cameras next April with an eye toward release in late 2016. A massive kickstarter campaign will launch in February to fund the production of the film. Among the rewards for backing the Boggy Creek film will be access to the upcoming Small Town Monsters' release titled, Beast of Whitehall, a month before its official release."

See more here.

Boggy Creek Monster will be directed by Seth Breedlove and produced by Brandon Dalo and Lyle Blackburn. Blackburn is serving as a consultant on the film and will also appear in it.

You can find out more on the Small Town Monsters Facebook page or website.


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