|Big Rig Bob|
|Big Rig Bob|
|Franchise:||The Texas Chainsaw Massacre|
|Location:||Travis County, Texas|
|1st appearance:||Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The (2003)|
Big Rig Bob is a fictional truck driver and a minor character in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre film franchise. He is part of the continuity of the remake series and appeared in the 2003 version of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. He was played by actor Brad Leland.
Big Rig Bob was driving through the town of Fuller in Travis County, Texas on a rainy August 18th in 1973. He spotted a frantic young woman named Erin flagging him down off Route 17 and picked her up. The woman was desperate for protection, and clearly terrified, but could not give voice to what was bothering her. Big Rig Bob tried coaxing information from her about who she was and whether or not she was in a car accident, but all Erin could say was that she wanted to go home.
They passed a sign advertising barbecue at the nearby Cele Community Center and Erin freaked out. She knew this as a place run by the Hewitt family - a clan of psychopathic cannibals, who had murdered her friends and terrorized her at length. She flew into a fit of hysterics and grabbed at the wheel, forcing Big Rig Bob to ultimately come to a stop.
He pulled up across from the general store and went up to the front door. Luda May Hewitt answered and Big Rig Bob told her about the crazy, bloody woman he had just picked up. Charlie Hewitt went outside to find her, but she was no longer in the truck. 
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Big Rig Bob is one of eight characters seen in the 1973 timeline to survive the film.
- Big Rig Bob's counterpart in the original The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is an unnamed cattle truck driver.