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August, 1976. Three boys driving an isolated stretch of road encounter a Bigfoot with glowing, red eyes. They report it to local police who go on to have a sighting of their own. This is the incredible, true story of the Abair Incident. Beast of Whitehall also explores the impact Bigfoot has had on the regional culture of the Adirondacks, and upstate New York.
This here is a fairly entertaining documentary that takes a look at the Bigfoot like creature that is said to haunt Whitehall, New York. There was an incident in 1976 where several local people spotted a beast and we get to hear their stories as well as others that happened over the years.
For the most part this is an entertaining documentary and especially if you're one of those nuts like me that enjoys seeing anything related to Bigfoot. I thought the interviews were quite good and the story of what happened that night was interesting enough to where it kept you glued to the film. With that said, I thought the music score was a little corny and it really wasn't needed. Still, if you're a fan of this type of film then you'll want to watch it.
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