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Special Guest Bill Dranginis from Virginia Bigfoot Research Organization

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Virginia's foremost Bigfoot researcher. He founded Virginia Bigfoot Research (wdranginis@VirginiaBig footResearch.org) and spends an average of one weekend a month using a high-tech mobile laboratory to track his elusive quarry. Between expeditions, he works to design and perfect surveillance cameras and listening devices that will aid him in his search. Most weeks, Dranginis says he devotes about 20 hours to his new quest in life: to conclusively document a Bigfoot sighting and prove to the world that the mythical creature really exists. 'Something different' Dranginis' first brush with Bigfoot came as he and two friends were visiting old gold mines in Culpeper County. They were returning to their vehicle when one of the men said he spotted something about 75 feet behind a tree. At first, Dranginis didn't see anything, but then a large black head emerged from behind the tree and the creature took off in a "full-blown run." "At that point I knew this was something different from a man," Dranginis says. "It was about 7 feet tall, covered with hair and had broad, muscular shoulders, arms and legs.

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