LEGENDARY BIGFOOT HUNTER, AUTHOR ,AND PRODUCER ROBERT MORGAN and his producer compatriot Jeff Stephan are Richard's guests today. Robert led the first expeditions in search of what he now calls “forest giant people” and others variously dubbed Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Yeti and the Abominable Snowman. He rates highly as one of the single most passionate, dedicated and controversial of Bigfoot true seekers. Morgan first saw Sasquatch in March 1957 and became involved in full-time research on Bigfoot in 1969. He has participated in numerous expeditions to find Sasquatch. In 1974 he founded the American Anthropological Research Foundation (AARF), of which he is executive director and which is committed to Bigfoot.
Morgan has made guest appearances on various talk shows that include Larry King, Tom Snyder, and Coat to Coast. Robert appeared as himself in the documentary Bigfoot: Man or Beast? (1972)). Morgan not only wrote and directed the offbeat and intriguing backwoods horror cult favorite Blood Stalkers (1976) but also acts in the film as a redneck psycho. Robert frequently lectures at colleges and universities all across America.
Jeff Stephan is Robert's partner at California Avenue Productions in Pittsburgh. Jeff worked in films like Lorenzo's Oil, Pulp Fiction, Die Hard III, Get Shorty and Broken Arrow. He moved back to Pittsburgh in 1995. He is working with Robert as a producer on stories from the files of Watergate burglar Frank Sturgis and a true mob Pittsburgh mob story about Tony Grosso.