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Bigfoot Believer In Las Vegas
Bigfoot Believer In Las Vegas

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AIR DATE: January 9, 2014

Bigfoot is real – according to Las Vegas resident Rictor Riolo. As host of a webcast dedicated to the paranormal, Rictor recently found himself in the forests of Washington and Northern California looking for the mysterious creature. 

He wasn’t alone. He was being filmed for a new Spike TV reality program “10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty.”  But Rictor is not a seasoned hiker or woodsman. He’s an openly gay man who describes himself as a city boy. So what was it like to be surrounded by serious Bigfoot researchers and what (if anything) did he find?

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Rictor Riolo - host of "After Hours with Rictor" and contestant on "10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty"

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