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Monster X Radio: Bigfoot witness turned Bigfoot researcher Todd Neiss

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Join Monster X hosts Gunnar Monson and Shane Corson sit down with long-time Bigfoot researcher and Director of the American Primate Conservancy, Todd Neiss

Eyewitness turned researcher, Todd Neiss, is an Active Duty Staff Sergeant in the Oregon Army National Guard; and a volunteer Veteran of the Iraq War.

During a military training exercise in 1993, Neiss had an encounter with three giant creatures; which could only be described as Bigfoot. Ultimately, three fellow Soldiers came forward and confessed to having witnessed these very same creatures.

Since that fateful day, Neiss has been actively researching and pursuing these amazing creatures. In 1998, he founded the “American Primate Foundation;” an organization committed to proving the existence of these incredible beings. Having spent more than two decades searching for these creatures, Neiss has become the subject of numerous television programs, documentaries, books and interviews.

In 2015, Todd and his wife (and fellow Bigfoot researcher) Diane Stocking Neiss decided to combine their independent efforts; the result of which has become the “American Primate Conservancy.”

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Gunnar Monson is the lead investigator of the Tillamook Forest Research Group as well as a member of the Olympic project.  He is also the founder of Monster X Radio sponsor, 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.

 

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