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Special Guest J.Robert Alley

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J. Robert Alley has 30 years of interest in sasquatches. In 1974-75 he worked with the late Rene Dahinden to delve into police sightings of sasquatches in Washington state. Since 1989, he has been a field investigator with Alaska bigfoot researchers and has been a member of Oregon-based Western Bigfoot Society since 1998. He is the author of Raincoast Sasquatch: The Bigfoot/Sasquatch Records of Southeast Alaska, Coastal British Columbia & Northwest Washington from Puget Sound to Yakutat. Dr. J. Robert Alley, naturalist, author Education BA: 1971, University of Manitoba, major: anthropology minor: zoology, with courses in biology, ecology, botany, chemistry, linguistics. Dip. Physiotherapy: 1974, University of Manitoba, Faculty of Medicine, School of Medical Rehabilitation, Winnipeg. Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine: 1983, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Toronto. Publications: 1. PubMed: JCCA 1983 V21: Motion Palpation: A Literature Review 2. “Raincoast Sasquatch” 2003, Hancock House Publishers, Surrey, British Columbia. An anthology of Bigfoot, Sasquatches and crypto-hominids along the coast of Southeast Alaska and British Columbia, in native ethnography and current belief, in historical and current media reports, and in current scientific research, with maps and illustrations. 2008-present: Adjunct professor, Anatomy and Physiology, Biology dept., University of Alaska Southeast-Ketchikan Campus Summers: 2002-present, freelance naturalist 2006-2008: Physical Therapist, Craig Clinic, City of Craig, Alaska. 1996 -2006: Director of Physical Therapy, Ketchikan Indian Corporation, Ketchikan, Alaska. Additional experience: (summer and part-time) 1977-78: Outdoor education instructor, Province of British Columbia, Vanderhoof, BC, fish and game animal identification (mammals, birds, fish), firearm safety. 1969-71: Professional artist, part-time, scientific pen and ink illustrations, University of Manitoba.