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MN.B.R.T. with Ken Gerhard

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Join Elusive1 & Evie as they welcome Ken Gerhard to the show, Ken Gerhard was born on Friday, October 13th, 1967 in Lansing, Michigan – exactly one week before the Patterson Bigfoot footage was filmed in California. His parents were Canadian immigrants. While Ken’s father worked as a forestry professor, his mother a travel agent, dazzled him with tales of a strange being known as the Mothman. Growing up as a boy in Minnesota, Ken watched a Tv special about Bigfoot and was enthralled. Ken Gerhard is a noted cryptozoologist and field researcher for the Centre for Fortean Zoology and Gulf Coast Bigfoot Research Organization, as well as being a fellow of the Pangea Institute and a consultant for several paranormal groups. He has investigated reports of monsters and mysterious creatures all over the world including man beasts, lake monsters, the Chupacabra, winged monsters and even werewolves. In addition to appearing on television, Ken has appeared on numerous, radio and Internet broadcasts. His credits include appearances on Eyewitness News, Coast to Coast Radio and Ireland’s Newstalk Radio, as well as being featured in major books, DVDs and in articles by the Associated Press, Tampa Tribune and Amarillo Edge. Ken is author of the books Big Bird! Modern Sightings of Flying Monsters and Monsters are Real! and has contributed to publications including Animals and Men, The Journal of the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club and Bigfoot Times. He has lectured at the Southern Crypto Conference, Texas Ghost Conference, GhostTech Con, VAPRCon, MUFON meetings and has exhibited at paranormal events all over the United States. Ken has traveled around the world to twenty-six different countries and has visited forty-three of the states. An avid adventurer, he has visited many ancient and mysterious sites, from Machu Pichu to Stonehenge.