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Saturday September 18th, 2021 10:26AM

LISTEN: Bigfoot: The Conspiracy with Chris Simoes

By Mornings on Maine Street

Chris Simoes is a self-taught filmmaker whose latest film has landed on Amazon. Chris joined Bill on Maine Street to talk about "Bigfoot: The Conspiracy", how he became a filmmaker and why he Bigfoot has been at the center of some of his movies. Is he a Bigfoot believer? Listen and find out.

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  • Associated Tags: Movies, Mornings on Maine Street, Bigfoot
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