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 Post subject: Interview for TV Show
PostPosted: Fri Jun 07, 2019 10:05 pm 
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Today was the interview portion of the TV Show being made about the MABRC and Bigfooting, here are a few pictures of the crew setting everything up. It was a long day, as the rain came in shortly after these pictures were taken and we had to move to another location that wasn't under the same storm. The interview continued there.

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