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Whether you call it Big Foot, Sasquatch, Yeti, the Fouke Monster, or a Rougarou it doesn't matter. All you need to know is that we'll be celebrating all things Cryptid in Shreveport in March!

The Inaugural Louisiana Bigfoot Film Festival is coming to Shreveport's Scottish Rite Temple on Saturday, March 26, 2022.

The film festival will feature four films about the elusive big man himself! All four films were filmed in the deep south and if you're interested, you can find tickets at Eventbrite.com for $25. The event will run from 9 am - 11 pm and filmmakers and researchers will be on hand to answer all of your questions regarding Big Foot and his many iterations.

One of the films being showcased is Creature from Black Lake filmed exclusively in northwest Louisiana.

Also being screened is the paranormal horror documentary Skinwalker: Howl of the Rougarou.

Another film being showcased is The Legend of Boggy Creek.

While the Big Foot Film Festival event page says they'll showcase four films, I only found mention of three. I'm guessing they'll announce another piece in time for the event. Experts on hand for questions will include Will Lunsford, Lyle Blackburn, and M.K. Davis.

The Scottish Rite Temple is located in downtown Shreveport at 725 Cotton Street and is a treat to tour all on its own. Connect with the event organizers via their Facebook page. See you there, Hairy!

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