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Episode 19 – Derek Randles & David Ellis of the Olympic Project

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This week our guests are Derek Randles and David Ellis of the Olympic Project. Derek is a wilderness guide and the co-founder of the Washington State based Olympic Project which was founded in 2008 to document the existence of Sasquatch in a non-invasive manner utilizing science, education, habitat study, game camera deployment, and DNA analysis. Derek has been involved in Bigfoot research for 29 years after an encounter he had in the Olympic National Park in 1985. He has worked with numerous researchers, scientists, and wildlife biologists. He was part of the North American Ape project in 1997 and was also one of three people to find and cast the famous Skookum impression in 2000. David Ellis lives in Washington State and is a member of the Olympic Project as well. David is a lighting manufacture representative and as a long time researcher specializes in track casting, witness investigation, field audio recording, and camera setup. David is known throughout the Bigfoot world for his technical proficiency and experience in regards to audio and video examination and analysis. So please join us as we talk shop with a couple of the most well know, experienced, and informative personalities in Sasquatch.

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