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From 'Finding Bigfoot' to Finding Weird in the PNW, Tyler Bounds

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Tyler Bounds is from NW Washington, and has had a, fascination with the Sasquatch phenomenon from a very young age. In 1992 he traveled to Bluff Creek, CA on a solo "expedition", and that is when the Bigfoot bug really took hold. 15 years later he went on his first BFRO expedition, and soon after became an investigator, researcher and expedition organizer with the group.
During the inaugural season of the popular TV show "Finding Bigfoot " he was asked to be a permanent member of the crew, and traveled the country looking for bigfoots, camping out, interviewing witnesses, and raising a general ruckus. 2014 was the end of an era with Animal Planet, but also the beginning of a new project. He joined forces with some like-minded folks and joined up with Pacific Northweird, a Cascadian investigative paranormal-comedy-art freakshow focusing on the weirdness of the Pacific Northwest (Pacific Northweird, get it?) that can be seen on the YouTube machine, with 406 subscribers and growing bigger and better every year!* 

http://www.youtube.com/pacificnorthweird

Gunnar Monson is a long time Bigfoot researcher. He is the lead investigator of the Tillamook Forest Research Group as well as a member of the Olympic Project and Bigfootology. He is also the founder of the Sasquatch Coffee Company www.squatchcoffee.com 

Born in Scotland, Shane Corson's interest in cryptids began at an early age. Fate brought him to Oregon where he dove headfirst into the subject of Bigfoot. His 2011 sighting in the Mt. Hood National Forest served to fuel the passion of his pursuit. He is a core member of the TFRG as well as the Olympic Project www.olympicproject.com. He is also a member of Bigfootology.

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