This week our guest is Jim Sherman, an active field researcher and member of the BFRO from Michigan. Jim is a high school history teacher and cross country coach. He has always had an interest in cryptids, but was encouraged to begin researching himself after a strange and frightening encounter of his own in 1989 while camping in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Jim’s encounter was traumatic enough to stop him from both camping and hunting at the time. In order to find an explanation for this event he went on a BFRO expedition, began his own research, eventually became a BFRO investigator for his home state of Michigan. Jim now leads expeditions himself and has developed quite a proficiency in audio collection and analysis. His skepticism and evidence based outlook has served him well in his goal to collect and share as much quality data as possible on the subject of Sasquatch. Please join us for a fun night of discussing Jim’s encounter, his experience in the field, and his evidence collection procedures.