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Oklahoma – 48 in ’08

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Oklahoma – 48 in ’08

Eastern Oklahoma was my third stop squatchin’in all 48 contiguous states in 2008. I was invited to go squatchin’ with Doug Bilby, also know as “Bullet maker”.

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On the 7th of March, 2008 I visited with Bullet maker and his wife at their home which is set on a beautiful 200 acre site. This setting is richly blessed with a great variety of wildlife, from mountain lion & bobcat to deer and smaller game and birdlife. The area is a mixture of bluffs, creeks and a large expanse of woods.

Although the weather was cold and blustery with some snow we were still able to check out several areas using Bullet’s Kawasaki Mule. Doug has had many experiences with squatches on this property. His stories have been posted on several bigfoot forums and is also available on a series of CD’s entitled IN THE SHADOWS WITH BULLET MAKER. If you are interested you can contact him directly at chiggers@hughes.net.

Thanks for your hospitality and allowing me to visit your wonderful place Bullet maker!

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