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Paul Graves is a long time sasquatch researcher from Wenatchee, WA who investigates the subject throughout Washington and the Pacific Northwest. He is a lifelong, avid outdoorsman who grew up at the base of the eastern Washington Cascade Mountains. He has been researching sasquatch sightings and searching for evidence since 1988.
Paul has been fortunate to have grown up in a geographically rich area with a history of sightings among the local residents and also local Native Americans whose experiences go back 300 years. “Choanito “ is the Wenatchee Indian name for the sasquatch that means “Night People”. He has collected a large amount of evidence that supports the existence of the sasquatch. This includes hundreds of eyewitness accounts, track casts & photographs, audio recordings and other possible relative evidence. He has also had two brief sightings. Paul knows and has worked with scientists, wildlife biologists, and other sasquatch researchers while investigating this phenomenon. He also does a lot of his field research by himself.
Paul has shared his knowledge in appearances on a number of TV and a radio shows including, Seattle’s KOMO TV Northwest Afternoon. He has also assisted with or appeared in three History Channel episodes of Monster Quest and shows on A&E, Animal Planet and National Geographic
Another Part of his research into sasquatch communication involve wildlife audio recording being a lifelong musician and having a recording studio, He performs spectrographic analysis on his field recordings or others to look for a “voice print” or frequency range and this allows him to compare them with other known animals,
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