Buck Buckner

Howdy Folks,

My name is Buck Buckner and welcome to my award-winning AM radio show In The Bunker with Buck Buckner. Just to cut to the chase — I’m completely freaked out. The fringe middle, Bigfoot Conspiracy Coverup, no enough waffle batter at my favorite hotels … the list goes on.

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Outside the Bunker
And why we hit the road

What’s the best way …

To reach your audience?

Buck hits the road

For AM Radio Host “In The Bunker” with Buck Buckner, the usually means hunkering down in the place he knows best, and where he can broadcast has thoughts far and wide — in the safety and sanctity of his bunker. As for who’s actually listening, even if it’s only one person (and that one person is Buck), it’s worth the cause. Or do you sometimes have to venture outside the comfort zone to reach new crowds? Buck finds himself oddly reenergized as he hits the road.

Buck Buckner is an AM Radio host at Campfire Park.

AM Radio Campfire
Cowboy tunes into Buck

What do you do …

Alone at a campfire?

Cowboy is entertained (and a bit baffled)

Well, really there’s no telling. Sometimes you just stare at the crackle and think to yourself, or about nothing at all. Other times you might whittle some wood, or as was the case on this evening, tune into an AM radio show. Why AM and not FM? Let’s just say for Cowboy the extra crackle (i.e. static) of the AM side of the dial helps him feel a little more at home. In the case of AM Radio Host Buck Buckner, home is his bunker located in an undisclosed location in Campfire Park. In this 15-minute campfire, Cowboy provides commentary during the commercial breaks of Buck Buckner’s show.

Bigfoot Conspiracy
And why Buck's freaked out

Listen Folks, it’s pretty simple …

Bigfoot exists.

Listen to Buck’s AM Radio broadcast

How do I know? A lot of it is just going with my gut. But there’s also the 10/90 Rule. What is the 10/90 Rule? Not to get into too much shop talk, basically the rule works like this. Let’s just say that only ten percent of Bigfoot sightings are correct (and we know the percentage is a lot higher than that), then Bigfoot exists. And if Bigfoot exists, where is the evidence? That’s where the cover up comes in. But that’s getting pretty advanced. If you’re just starting out, I recommend my “Field Guide to Bigfoot” book.

And remember folks: Fear the dangerous fringe middle, sometimes called the silent majority. And yes, I am afraid of bunnies too. (They are so sneaky!)

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