• 02:05

    MN.B.R.T. Radio with Tom Yamarone

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    Join Elusive1 & Henry May as they Welcome Brother Tom Yamarone back to the show,  Tom Yamarone is a singer/songwriter from Livermore, California who has been actively investigating the bigfoot/sasquatch mystery for over 10 years. His focus is to obtain evidence of these creatures and record eyewtness accounts.  Tom also attempts to educate the interested public in the proper documentation of possible bigfoot evidence.  Tom has organized several major conferences in California and Washington with the assistance of some very good friends. The history of bigfoot research and  accounts of sightings and encounters are a passion of his. This has inspired him to compose and perform songs about bigfoot in tribute to these historic figures and accounts in the sasquatch lore.  Tom is the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Alliance of Independent Bigfoot Researchers (AIBR) and is also an investigator for Cliff Barackman's North American Bigfoot in California. He also conducts independent research into the bigfoot phenomenon. Tom has been an investigator with the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization (BFRO) since 2004. He has appeared in several television programs including Finding Bigfoot.  In 2013 he made his silver screen debut with a cameo performance in Bobcat Goldthwait’s bigfoot movie “Willow Creek”.  Tom is convinced these creatures exist based on the available evidence and the thousands of eyewitness accounts.  His favorite saying is: “Please include a scale item in your photographs of bigfoot evidence.” You can find Tom's blog at http://www.bigfootsongs.blogspot.com/  This is a show you dont want to miss. SQUATCH ON!!!!

  • 02:01

    Episode 16 - Debate: To Kill or Not to Kill

    in Science

    This week we are hosting a debate on the subject of No-Kill vs Pro-Kill in regards to Sasquatch. We all know that before any conservation can begin, before any studies on them can start, Sasquatch needs to be scientifically acknowledged first. So does a specimen need to be culled in order for the species to be scientifically accepted?


    On the pro side of the debate our guests will be Brian Brown and Cliff Griffin of NAWAC or the North American Wood Ape Conservancy. NAWAC is well known for their research location dubbed Area X and the somewhat controversial manner in which they plan to acquire a type specimen for scientific acceptance and subsequent conservation. Brian Brown is an outdoorsman, naturalist, and researcher. He is also the creator of two renowned Bigfoot podcasts, The Bigfoot Show and the Bigfoot Information Project. Cliff Griffin is an outdoorsman, naturalist, and in the medical industry.


    On the no-kill side of the debate our guests will be Corey J. Alarie and Jason Aiken. Corey has been an experienced outdoorsman for 30 years and a Sasquatch researcher for 10 years as both a member of NESRA (Northeast Sasquatch Research Association) and AIBR (Alliance of Independent Bigfoot Research). Jason is a lifelong wildlife enthusiast and an independent Sasquatch researcher.


    Our goal is to present a civil and structured debate where the most relevant, logical, and intelligent points can be made by both advocacies. We want the listeners to be able to listen to thoughtful and educated points from both sides and be able to contemplate the issues in a reasonable manner. We welcome all participation so if you want to propose questions please feel free to PM us on Facebook, ask questions in the chat room, or call in after the 1st hour to present your questions. The phone number is (646) 652-2569.

  • 01:30

    Sasquatch Watch Radio: Guest is Don Stockton of the AIBR

    in Paranormal

    Please join hosts Billy Willard and Mike Killen as we invite Don Stockton to the show. Mr. Stockton is one of the directors of the Alliance of Independent Bigfoot Researchers (AIBR). This will be his first appearance on a Bigfoot radio show! This should be a great show, please call in if you have questions for Don about his research or his own Sasquatch interest!

  • 01:21

    Sasquatch Watch Radio: Guest Kathy Strain

    in Science

    Join us Tuesday night July 2, 2013 at 9pm eastern as we invite Kathy Strain to the show!  Kathy is a Forest Archaeologist and a Board Member of the Alliance of Independent Bigfoot Researchers (AIBR).  She is also the author of the book, "Giants, Cannibals & Monsters, Bigfoot in Native Culture" which is available for purchase at
    http://www.hancockhouse.com/products/giacan.htm
    Kathy just got back from a 3 week bigfoot research outing, tune in to hear about it.

  • 01:31

    Special Guest Bart Cutino

    in Paranormal

    Sunday January 27th Bart Cutino will join us to discuss his DNA Tests done on the sample given him by Justin Smeja shooter in the Sierra Kills shooting of 2 bigfoot an adult an juvenile.
    Join us at 9 pm eastern 6 pm Pacific.
    Bart Cutino was born and raised in beautiful Monterey, CA and is a longtime researcher with the BFRO, AIBR, Bigfoot Discovery Museum and now Co-Founder of the Sierras Evidence Initiative. He's one of the first persons to have a definitive sasquatch encounter with the use of proprietary heat-sensing equipment (thermal) which happened in the Washington State Cascades in 2007. As a result, thermal imagers are not only Bart's primary field research tool, but he's been helping facilitate getting researchers throughout the bigfoot field, access to thermal equipment at the best pricing available. In the last decade, he's researched up and down the Pacific Northwest with hundreds of fellow researcher friends and peers from both national and regional organizations, including and especially with the three male cast members of Animal Planet's "Finding Bigfoot" series. He recently co-founded The Sierras Evidence Initiative, a collaborative effort focused on both a long term study site location (near "Sierra Kills" event) in the Northern Sierra Nevadas of CA, where he recently obtained potentially the longest footage (thermal) on record of multiple sasquatches loitering near his team's camp, in addition to contracting with multiple North American labs for both current and future DNA processing analysis.  
     

  • 02:07

    MN.B.R.T. Radio with Bart Cutino

    in Fun

    Join Elusive1 as he welcomes to the show Bart Cutino, Born and raised in beautiful Monterey, CA, Bart Cutino is a longtime researcher with the BFRO, AIBR, Olympic Project  & Bigfoot Discovery Museum. One of the first people to have a sighting with the use of a proprietary heat-sensing thermal unit, Bart helps facilitate providing fellow researchers access to thermal imaging equipment and is the primary tool used in his personal research with the objective of obtaining strong visual documentation. Longtime field partner & close friend's with the male cast members of Animal Planet’s “Finding Bigfoot” series, he’s researched up and down the Pacific Northwest with hundreds of fellow researchers the last 9 years and lectures locally on both his personal field experiences and contentions with common public misperceptions on sasquatch species viability in North America.

  • 02:03

    Billy Willard

    in Paranormal

    Billy Willard is president of an environmental consulting firm. He oversees various types of environmental assessment and cleanup projects (e.g., leaking underground petroleum tanks, environmental site assessments, and soil/groundwater remediation). Billy is an OSHA Hazwoper Supervisor and holds many other credentials. Billy became interested in the Bigfoot phenomena early in life as a kid after watching such movies as the Legend of Boggy Creek and the Creature From Black Lake. In 2005, Billy and his son Josh formed Sasquatch Watch of Virginia. Billy is currently vice president of the American Bigfoot Society (ABS), a director for The Alliance of Independent Bigfoot Researchers (AIBR), member of the Northeast Sasquatch Researchers Association (NESRA) and a member of the Pennsylvania Bigfoot Society (PBS).
    In addition, Billy used to host an internet radio program every Monday night at 9pm Eastern on the Blogtalk Radio Network called Sasquatch Watch Radio. Each week he has guests from around the world that include Bigfoot researchers and eyewitnesses. The shows are archived and available for listening

  • 02:09

    Bart Cutino

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    Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio found the Search for the American Bigfoot Researcher series a huge success last year. We feel that we have only scratched the surface of many who still remains undiscovered in our research community. Tonight Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio brings Bart Cutino. Bart Cutino was born and raised in Monterey, CA and has been researching for many years with both the BFRO and AIBR and one of the first persons to claim a sighting with the use of a thermal imager. In the last six years he's researched up and down the Pacific Northwest

  • 02:00

    Billy Willard and John Wyrick of W.V.B.I.G.

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    Nite Caller's Radio is continuing the Search for the American Bigfoot Researcher Series. Tonight we bring two members of West Virginia BIG, Billy Willard and John Wyrick to tell us about this organization and to share with our listeners their experiences with the West Virginia Bigfoot. Billy Willard is president of an environmental consulting firm. Billy became interested in the Bigfoot phenomena early in life as a kid after watching such movies as the Legend of Boggy Creek and the Creature From Black Lake. In 2005, Billy and his son Josh formed Sasquatch Watch of Virginia. Billy is currently vice president of the American Bigfoot Society (ABS), a director for The Alliance of Independent Bigfoot Researchers (AIBR), member of West Virginia Bigfoot, member of the Northeast Sasquatch Researchers Association (NESRA) and a member of the Pennsylvania Bigfoot Society (PBS).In addition, Billy hosts an internet radio program every Monday night at 9pm Eastern on the Blogtalk Radio Network called Sasquatch Watch Radio. Each week he has guests from around the world that include Bigfoot researchers and eyewitnesses.

  • 01:30

    Special Guest Bart Cutino

    in Paranormal

    Bart Cutino was born and raised in beautiful Monterey, CA and is a longtime researcher with both the BFRO and AIBR and one of the first persons to claim a sighting with the use of proprietary heat-sensing equipment (thermal). As a result, Bart now helps facilitate getting researchers both in and out of the BFRO, access to thermal equipment at the best pricing available. In the last six years he's researched up and down the Pacific Northwest with his "CA Crew," helped assist many BFRO expeditions and been out with over 400 North American researchers. While not out in the field, he enjoys lecturing locally in CA on methodically breaking down common public misperceptions regarding the bigfoot subject & his personal field experiences.

  • 01:30

    Sasquatch Watch Radio: Brian Brown of Minnesota

    in Paranormal

    Please join hosts Billy Willard and Mike Killen as we invite Brian Brown to the show. Brian is the creator of the Bigfoot Forums (BFF) and the founder of Squatchopedia. Brian is known to many as "Bipto" on the forum. Brian currently serves as Vice Chairman at the Alliance of Independent Bigfoot Researchers (AIBR)and hosts and produces two podcasts, Bigfoot Information Project Podcast (BIPcast) and The Bigfoot Show. Tune in and enjoy the show!

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