Episode 10 of the Free Range Texan podcast brings a even clearer understanding of what it’s like to stand among the legendary Big Foot creatures that are inhabiting Texas bush and timber country.
First we premier a new segment we like to call, “The Ain’t Love Grand File”. After which, we roll immediately into another edition of “The Unexplained Files”. Earlier on this blog we posted some distant Sasquatch calls believed to have been recorded late at night in the woods north of Houston, Texas. We are going to leave that recording up on our blog.
But, the one we are about to reveal here, from the same source, is much more profound in its clarity and proximity to the family of Sasquatch that Glen Gerard interacts with. Glen will be back on our podcast in Episode 10 along with this remarkable Big Foot recording. And of course, all of that is followed by “Michael Shawn’s Campfire”.
We think it is clear that anyone who delves into the back office on the Free Range Texan podcast quickly sees that our podcast is produced in house at A-Team PR. But anyone at A-Team PR will admit that the key element in the program’s production continually flows from the heart and mind of its host, Michael Shawn. It is his skill as a voice over talent/actor that so often brings what is needed to the creative services involved in the various segments of the Free Range Texan podcast.
We will admit that we learned early on that you can’t keep a talent like Michael Shawn pinned up in a corral somewhere. Instead, that Free Range Texan spirit does involve him in a number of endeavors. While his voice over capabilities are seeing a greater and greater demand, he remains committed to the time and energy he commits to producing our bi-weekly podcast.
We are pleased to have him producing his voice over work in A-Team PR’s Studio A where he seems to be quite at home. We appreciate you listening to our podcast.
Well I guess I don’t have to tell you folks much about our blog, seeing as how if you’re reading this, you’re already on it. Here’s the trick … we have a tradition of posting our social media banners on our blog. However, WordPress requires us to post a banner by including it in an article. So, for our loyal blog readers, I’ll give you this juicy bit of behind the scenes sneek peak information. It is now way past dark thirty on a Thursday night, I am looking across the desk at my sleepy-eyed, tired, and remarkably cute when she’s cranky wife, Kathy. She is wondering just exactly how much more midnight oil are we going to burn this fine evening.
With any luck, I will wake up on a cool, crisp, West Texas Friday morning a few short hours from now and my darling bride will stumble in the kitchen and make some fresh hot cowboy coffee for the two of us. All the while wondering if we’re going to do the same gall-durn thing on Friday night as well. Love ya’ll later.
Episode 9 carries with it the traditional amount of unique tales of Texas, including a Heroes and Heroines File, entitled “Charlie War Eagle”. Our Unexplained Files have discovered a growing number of people that claim to have seen actual, long thought extinct, Pterodactyl creatures flying over the Plains of West Texas. Before you refuse to except this phenomena as real, you should listen to what Joe Taylor, the curator of the Mount Blanco Fossil Museum, has to say about these sightings.
We sent the word out that we wanted our listeners to be on the Free Range Texan blog. And here they came. We love y’all !
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We’ve recently been in touch with Glen Gerard. He is the gentleman that has built a relationship with a Sasquatch family living in the woods north of Houston, Texas. Glen has shared more photographs from his encounters. There is an additional treasure that he is allowing the Free Range Texan podcast an exclusive audio release. Below on the right is a tree trunk estimated to be at least 4″ diameter, snapped like a toothpick. Glen told me once, “signs are everywhere, but you have to know what to look for.”
We are set to interview Glen Gerard late this week and anticipate him being on our podcast by January 6th for Episode 10. We are releasing this information now because we will be premiering some remarkable Big Foot sounds, this time more profound than any we have already posted on our blog to date.
I am a born and raised Texan. I grew up in West Texas with a bunch of folks who were in many ways very similar to one another. When I was a young student at Monterey High School in Lubbock, Texas, I was already broadcasting on a local radio station. If you had told me that technology would allow people to podcast around the world with listeners in most of the countries on earth, I simply would not have believed you. We certainly live in a remarkable time.
If you are reading this blog and/or you listen to our Free Range Texan podcast, let me give you some inside information that will not actually be mentioned on our podcast until Episode 9 (yes Virginia … we actually plan that far ahead.) Whoever you are, wherever you’re from, we would like to welcome you to the family here on our blog.
Here’s how it works … if you will use our e-mail address (firstname.lastname@example.org) and send in a picture of yourself (maybe even your family), tell us your name and where you’re from, then don’t be surprised when you are chosen to appear here in Texas, the USA, and around the world on our Free Range Texan blog. For your efforts for now, we will just be welcoming you to our Free Range Texan family. We are so new that some of the things planned in our future have not arrived yet … like T-shirts, coffee mugs, caps, etc. I bring that up only because we are currently thinking of special ways to welcome so many of you to our family. So, go ahead …. send ’em in. We look forward to meeting you. See y’all in the next Episode!
Free Range Texan podcast Episode 7, among other things, deals with eyewitness accounts of the creatures known as “Mothman”. If you’re like me, you have heard this tale, but usually it’s up in the northeastern United States. In the last 30 days, our investigators have uncovered no less than three separate Texas-based experiences with the same type of creature described as “Mothman”. Honestly, how many things are there out there in our world that we as yet do not acknowledge their existence? In upcoming episodes we will visit with individuals who believe that there are Pterodectyl creatures existing still today on earth. And for a long time everyone thought that the Chupacabra beast was probably a myth. But, now we know that it is real, and in upcoming episodes we’ll show you evidence. Texas and the world beyond is an amazing place. And, we here at Free Range Texan are just getting started. Episode 7 is not to be missed.
Whoever you are, wherever you are reading this blog, we here at Free Range Texan want to sincerely extend our hand in traditional Texan friendship. Communicating with us is easy, either on our blog or through info@FreeRangeTexan.net. We are thankful for the responses and suggestions we have had, and we welcome your genuine thoughts and opinions on upcoming podcasts. And, finally, don’t forget we are open for submissions to our Free Range Talent File. We’re always looking for talented people in or out of Texas. We wish you all the very best.
Thank you friends. Our first official twenty days ROCK! While there was some beta testing for a couple of weeks prior, October 28, 2018 was our official kick-off. By that measure, we are just now 20 days old. I turned to Kathy and said, “Man, it seems longer than that.” She laughed and we both agreed that the dream is worth the effort. None of it would work without our podcast listeners and blog followers. We’re grateful and promise to keep it interesting. Episode 7 gets a little scary (Moth Man).