This is Patrick McFadden, I was somewhat of a fixture on the Howard 100 newsbreaks back ‘08, as the guy who tried for an entire month to help rescue Mark Bigfoot Shaw, and who was right there beside him as he turned his hometown inside out with some of the most extravagantly outrageous behavior ever seen. Langford used to refer to me as St. Patrick, since the endless string of bad decisions and luck I was involved in, with Mark, all took place during the month of March.
The whole plan, as Langford knew it, was that I was going to rescue Bigfoot from his hometown in Vermont and bring him down to my home in NJ and let him stay with my wife and I until we got him prepared for society again. Langford reported on this operation for weeks before I finally drove up for my very first meeting with Mark, which is an afternoon that should have a mushroom cloud attached to it, due to the apocalyptic events that took place that day. I was forced to flee that same night, leaving Bigfoot wired for sound while tearing apart a Newport motel room. I alerted Bigfoot that I would return for him just as soon as I got back home and Bigfoot-proofed my house, while regaining my senses. And just as Langford reported, I did return: only this time, to find something even more incredibly horrible waiting for me.
The reason I’m writing to you today is because people in Newport and elsewhere have been contacting me as of late regarding “Howard Stern’s Bigfoot Catastrophe” which is a bloglike / short story that I felt compelled to pen, since there were no cameras with Bigfoot and I during our unforgettable episodes together. A court reporter in and around Newport recently let me know that “The Bigfoot Catastrophe” was going around Newport like wildfire, and that 12 hours after reading the story, there were still tears streaming down her face.
I realize Bigfoot’s back in the news, and I just wanted to send you the link to these mind-blowing events. And let you in on a tale from Stern history that virtually no one knows about. And, it’s a doozy.
Thanks for the time,
“Howard Stern’s Bigfoot Catastrophe”