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Sunday January 27th Bart Cutino will join us to discuss his DNA Tests done on the sample given him by Justin Smeja shooter in the Sierra Kills shooting of 2 bigfoot an adult an juvenile.
Join us at 9 pm eastern 6 pm Pacific.
Bart Cutino was born and raised in beautiful Monterey, CA and is a longtime researcher with the BFRO, AIBR, Bigfoot Discovery Museum and now Co-Founder of the Sierras Evidence Initiative. He's one of the first persons to have a definitive sasquatch encounter with the use of proprietary heat-sensing equipment (thermal) which happened in the Washington State Cascades in 2007. As a result, thermal imagers are not only Bart's primary field research tool, but he's been helping facilitate getting researchers throughout the bigfoot field, access to thermal equipment at the best pricing available. In the last decade, he's researched up and down the Pacific Northwest with hundreds of fellow researcher friends and peers from both national and regional organizations, including and especially with the three male cast members of Animal Planet's "Finding Bigfoot" series. He recently co-founded The Sierras Evidence Initiative, a collaborative effort focused on both a long term study site location (near "Sierra Kills" event) in the Northern Sierra Nevadas of CA, where he recently obtained potentially the longest footage (thermal) on record of multiple sasquatches loitering near his team's camp, in addition to contracting with multiple North American labs for both current and future DNA processing analysis.
It's good to talk.