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MN.B.R.T. Radio with Alan Berry

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Join Elusive1 & Evie as they welcome Alan Berry to the show, Alan is a Mining geologist. Holds three degrees, two in science,one a Master's, Alan is a Former Army officer, served in Vietnam Previously a newspaper reporter and freelance journalist, Alan Al Berry wrote the narrative for the "Bigfoot Recording," available on CD or Cassette. He is a Partner with Ron Morehead in Sierra Sounds. The following is his account of how he got involved with the Bigfoot phenomenon. "A number of years ago, I was a newspaper reporter and a freelance journalist, and had the questionably good fortune to encounter Bigfoot, as the phenomenon is called. At a remote deer hunters' camp in the Sierras, I and several other men were witness to a "presence," if you like, of several creatures who were crafty enough to avoid observation, but freely vocalized and whistled, several times, without doubt, to us, and left big prints of bare feet around in the snow and pine mat. Things like this happened not once in my presence, but several times, from late September through the first week on November when a heavy snowfall drove us out of the 9,000-foot-high wilderness area.I hiked into this camp with pre-knowledge that the hunters claimed strange things had happened there, beginning the previous season. I backpacked with a state-of-the-art Sony portable tape-recorder, some plaster of Paris, and my wits, thoroughly convinced someone was pulling someone's leg, that it might be mine, and that I would expose the hunters' "mystery."The first time "in" nothing happened, but I saw some inordinately large, but old, toe-ball-and-heel foot impressions at a sandy location. They seemed static, but I didn't dismiss them. I rather figured this was evidence that the finger pointed back at one or more of the hunters and some jest.The second time in, things were different. As dusk became dark night, something approached camp from a ridge above, rapping on wood or rocks as it came.