Camp Monsters
Camp Monsters
Nov 18, 2020
The Dark Divide: Sasquatch
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We're sure you’ve all heard of the Sasquatch. Possibly the best-known legendary creature of all time, with entire groups dedicated to finding it. There have even been scientists who have dedicated their life to proving that Bigfoot does indeed walk this earth. And in this bonus episode, we're handing the mic to Harvest Moon. Harvest Moon is a Quinault native elder, a renowned storyteller and an honored historian. Her stories evoke the vivid spirituality and moral lessons of a rich culture, while allowing listeners to experience the heartfelt tales of a traditional storyteller.

But why are we doing this extra special bonus Sasquatch episode now? It's in celebration of the film The Dark Divide, which is the first full length film from REI Co-op Studios. It’s based on Robert Pyle’s book, Where Bigfoot Walks: Crossing the Dark Divide. The film stars David Cross and Debra Messing, and is a story of adventure, grief and the healing power of nature, with a healthy dash of Sasquatch thrown in. You can rent or buy The Dark Divide now on Amazon, Apple TV, Google Play and On Demand everywhere. To learn more about the movie visit

Based on a True Story
Based on a True Story
Dan LeFebvre
Waterloo with Alexander Mikaberidze
Today we'll learn about the classic 1970 film Waterloo and its depiction of Napoleon's final defeat. Joining us to discuss the historical accuracy of Waterloo is historian and professor at Louisiana State University, Alexander Mikaberidze. Alexander has also written numerous books on the Napoleonic era, including his latest which is called The Napoleonic Wars: A Global History. Want to learn more about the Napoleonic era? Get one (or more) of Alexander's great books: * The Napoleonic Wars: A Global History * The Battle of the Berezina: Napoleon's Great Escape * The Battle of Borodino: Napoleon Against Kutuzov * Russian Eyewitnesses of the Campaign of 1807 * The Russian Officer Corps of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars: 1792-1815 * Find more of Alexander's books at Did you enjoy this episode? Help keep Based on a True Story going by supporting the show and get exclusive bonus content: You can find the transcript and show notes for this episode at: Get a peek at upcoming episodes with the email newsletter. Want a chance to be heard on the show? Leave a voicemail at +1 (405) 334-4672.
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