Hunting #KillerHornet Eco-Adventure in Amazing Shikoku Japan
195.00 - 995.00
Want to do something insane? Face a swarm of #killerhornets? Or maybe you just want to become a KillerHornet hunter? From experience I know that by the end of the week you will overcome your fear of giant hornets. Join me and Japan's greatest hornet hunter as we hunt-out the world's deadliest insects.
Where: Ehime, Shikoku Japan When: Flexible (Oct - November 2016) Length: One week Total cost: $1295 per week - House/Food/Pick-up Airport included Registration fee: $295 (non-refundable)
Making Smithsonian's killerhornets in just 2 months required a lot of corner cutting. Here is how I did it and videos I made while there while on the documentary shoot
The Making of the Smithsonian Channel's Killer Hornets
Mike Trout on the creation/filming of Killer Hornets
Animal Planet's #KillerHornets From Hell
Click here for my #monsterweek special on Animal Planet. Check it out.
Born in the US, raised in Spain, UK I now live in Japan. I am a serial entrepreneur with a passion for bees. I spend my time living between Japan, US. I am launched foundups.com for transforming our insane business model with a new selfless business model I created called foundups. I am currently writing a book with my amazing friend Diana called "Fighting Killer Hornets" I just finished filming my a new amazing 4K documentary on Japanese hornets that will air Summer 2016.
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Osuzumebachi - The King Hornet
My teachers and videos. Here is a link to a press release.
Making of SmithOnian 'Killer Hornets'
Here is creative commons footage of my work in making 'Killer Hornets'
Seen giant killer hornet in US? If so, I want to know. Send me details here:
Killer Hornets are in America and since making the show I am getting email and reports of them. I want to come to you and hunt them. If you see one do not approach it. Stay calm and still. Smile and think of a loved one. This is to reduce your "fear" pheromones which they might react too. Post pictures with scale here or email me below.