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The third Small Town Monsters film dives into the long history of sightings of the legendary Fouke Monster spotlighted in the classic horror film, the Legend of Boggy Creek. Boggy Creek Monster shows the decades long search for an unknown creature said to exist in the swamps and forests around the tiny town of Fouke Arkansas.Written by
Fairly interesting documentary that goes back to Fouke, Arkansas where the film THE LGEND OF BOGGY CREEK was filmed. Director Seth Breedlove travels back to the location of that film to interview people who have seen the monster as well as give an update on some of the people whose stories were told in that now cult movie.
There's nothing ground-breaking to be found in this documentary but if you're a fan of the movie or just a fan of Bigfoot then you should enjoy this. At just 73-minutes the film manages to features some entertaining interviews including some audio clips of Smokey Crabtree who was considered one of the biggest experts on the Creature. It was fascinating getting to see the Fouke locations today as well as get some updates on THE LEGEND OF BOGGY CREEK.
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