Will Bigfoot Call Device Lead to $10 Million Prize on Spike TV?
I remember at the height of the ghost hunting TV show phenomenon (Ghost Hunters, Ghost Hunters International, Ghost Hunters Academy, Ghost Adventures, Ghost Ghost, blah blah blah) I lamented the dearth of shows on the air about Bigfoot. I may be regretting that now. We mentioned a few months ago about how Spike TV was offering a $10 million reward for proof of Bigfoot, and now the makers of a “Bigfoot call” device are hoping it will help someone win. I, for one, will not be holding my breath…
SquatchIt Bigfoot call device inventors respond to 10 million dollar Bigfoot bounty by upcoming Spike TV reality show with Sasquatch luring device offer to contestants. The inventors of SquatchIt are inviting contestants to use their Bigfoot luring device to bolster their chances of capturing proof of the existence of Sasquatch.
James Villepigue, co-inventor of SquatchIt, says, “We couldn’t be more excited about Spike TV’s 10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty reality show. This unprecedented $10,000,000.00 cash prize is the largest cash prize in television history. What’s so exciting about this news for us, is that we believe that our Bigfoot luring device, SquatchIt, can be the very tool that ultimately helps one of the shows contestants collect the necessary evidence needed to stake their claim to the 10 million dollar cash prize!”
The $10,000,000 bounty is being offered through a partnership with International insurance market, Lloyd’s of London. According to Spike TV’s senior vice president, Tim Duffy, having such significant backing signified to them that there was an opportunity to attract the best scientists, zoologists, trackers and Bigfoot hunters in the world in an attempt to prove or disprove its existence: “This large cash prize means that the show will attract the BEST scientists.”
SquatchIt is not only the world’s first novelty Bigfoot call aka a “predator call” product, it’s also a new lifestyle brand phrase that allows people to shrug off situations that really aren’t worth getting upset over i.e. when you’re in a jam, just SquatchIt! For more information about SquatchIt visit their website at squatchit.com or email contact(at)squatchit.com.
I’m pretty open-minded when it comes to pretty much anything paranormal, supernatural, or cryptozoological, but even I am having a hard time buying into this. How can you mimic the call of a creature that hasn’t even be proven to exist yet? I wish these guys all the best, but I’ll wait till after the show airs before I decide on whether or not to plunk down dollars for the SquatchIt.