Ken Bone, the Shiloh man who became internet famous last month after appearing to a worldwide TV audience during a presidential debate, has launched a YouTube channel.
The Bone Zone recently went live.
Bone tweeted Monday evening that his first video would be posted to the channel Tuesday morning.
Bone spent the last few days getting the channel set up and recording his first video.
The idea for the channel came from a Twitter poll Bone hosted asking whether he should do it.
“I guess I might watch it,” one choice read.
“Please just go away Ken,” said the other.
The results were lopsided: 47,260 users voted, 71 percent of them in favor of what would become The Bone Zone.