Today on Boing Boing tv: Bigfoot, Chupacabra, a chainsmoking bear -- they all show up in this interview with Adam "Ape Lad" Koford's grandpappy Aloysius Koford.
"Pappy" illustrates cryptozoological wonders from his hobo past with a sometimes-malfunctioning robotic hand. Don't miss the second segment in today's episode, in which "Pappy" and Adam head out into the wilderness to spot cryptid tracks in the dirt. What do Sasquatch footprints taste like? You don't wanna know.
Link to BBtv post with video and discussion. And hey, if you dig this, feel free to Digg this.
Related Boing Boing tv episodes:
Aloysius Koford, Mountain Man.
Ape Lad: The True Hollywood Story of Aloysius Koford
Ape Lad: Hobo Life
Laugh Out Loud Cats: The True History
Mole Men imagined by Ape Lad / Mole Crunk
John Hodgman's Mole Men / Cavalcade of Hobos
Laugh Out Loud Cats: new book by Adam Koford
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