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Nov. 10, 2015 - The Year of Big Footing with RMSO's Kelly Shaw and Team

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I have been a Bigfoot enthusiast since 8 years old when my grandfather told me about his close up encounter with a family of 3 sasquatch during the 1920's in Mount St. Helens Washington. After that I started reading all the material on Bigfoot I could get my hands on. After research I realized I was living in an active sighting area. The Rocky Mountains.


Since 2007, Derek Wright "whom has had an up close personal encounter" and I discussed getting serious about this hobby of getting a sighting of this elusive creature and if the opportunity presents itself a photo or a video. We discussed how we could do as well as anyone out there in the Bigfoot community and there is no reason why we would not have the same odds as anyone else at tracking down, studying and our ultimate goal proving or documenting a sighting with photo or video.

Jenny has been researching with me for the last 4 years. She has a great eye for finding tracks and for finding other Bigfoot signs of activity, such as territorial snap offs. She is the one that found the three 17 inch foot prints on April 6th 2013.

Jenny and I have been in the field, scouting and locating documented sighting locations for 4 years now. We spend almost every weekend and most of our vacation time in the field. We spend most of our research time in Northern Utah and Southern Idaho. After 4 years of research we have narrowed down to 18 hot spots in this area that we study intensely. We also will check into areas within our range that have had recent sightings.

Last year Brody Lewis began squatching with us. He brings to the table some valuable skills. He has spent over the last 20 years prospecting within our area of research. He is very good at navigation within the thick of the forest, he is also an expert tracker and is used to looking for subtle things out of place in the woods.

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