We published this film on YouTube several years ago and it stayed up for quite some time with just a small portion of the audio blocked at the end because of a copyright claim for the song in the credits. It has since been wiped from YouTube along with the trailer that was uploaded by another account.

Link to video on Bitchute.

Credit to #HumanityFirst on Bitchute for uploading this so we don’t have to! This film was impossible to find for YEARS. It came out in 2001 (right after Alex Jones got the footage of the Cremation of Care and released his film Dark Secrets Inside Bohemian Grove). Teddy Bear’s Picnic is a film created, written, & directed by Bohemian Grove member, Harry Shear, who is also the voice of Mr. Burns on The Simpsons, creator of Spinal Tap, Best In Show, A Mighty Wind (where it plays a bass player that turns transgender at the end of the film, spoiler alert, sorry). With a star studded cast including John Michael Higgins (The “Hey! What happened?!” and “I don’t think so!” guy from A Mighty Wind), Bob Einstein (Curb Your Enthusiasm), Morgan Fairchild (Friends, The Simpsons, ), Henry Gibson (The Blues Brothers, Malcom In The Middle), Kurtwood Smith (That 70’s Show, RoboCop), Alan Thicke (Growing Pains, Raising Helen, Robin Thicke’s dad, Blurred Lines), Michael McKean (Better Call Saul, This Is Spinal Tap, A Might Wind, Clue), just to name a few, this film should be more well known, or known at all, but much like the Grove, it is shrouded in secrecy.

Men in robes:

Instead of Cremating Care, they “Kill Time”.

Instead of an owl, it’s a pelican.

They even have anti-grove protestors with pelican-buster shirts similar to our owlbuster shirts.

And of course, a worker with a camera caught the ritual on camera:

You even get to see Red from That 70’s Show with a hooker!

Now here is the REAL Bohemian Grove

Dark Secrets Inside Bohemian Grove

Teddy Bears Picnic and Harry Shearer were mentioned in his follow up Order Of Death.

To learn more about the truth about the Grove we also suggest watching Conspiracy of Silence:

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