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  The internet is flooded with Bigfoot content but good research channels and blogs are not as common as they should be, I am interested in hearing about any projects, radio shows, blogs or channels you find interesting or worth following.  What makes their content good and what methods do they employ that you believe could lead to success.

 

  Some interesting reading can be found on Thomas Shay's blog about bigfoot research in Kentucky, hey has gotten some really neat casts of both hands and feet.

https://bigfootlore.blogspot.com/2018/11/rockcastle-ky-petroglyph-prints.html

 

  I really enjoy some of the videos of a Bigfoot Researcher who goes by Grassman58, he gets out and camps at locations that have a history and collects report information for much of eastern WA.

https://www.youtube.com/user/Grassman58

 

  I will share a channel here that I and my fellow investigator Kirk Brandenburg co-run on our research here in Western Washington.   StudySasquatch

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd5Y1aCQqr6yHjNBD6Pja8g

 

 

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Madison5716

I had the pleasure of meeting Cliff Barackman on Saturday at a fundraiser event and he says the guy who has http://bigfootlore.blogspot.com is the best researcher he's ever met. 

 

I enjoy watching Southern Ontario Sasquatch, Brown dwarf, Michael Merchant aka snowwallkerprime, Angeles Sasquatch and Bob Gymlan (NOT to be confused with Bob Gimlin lol).

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Madison5716

I've been watching Clackamas Sasquatch lately, too. He goes alone and i really wish he wouldn't!

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On 3/7/2019 at 4:05 PM, NathanFooter said:

  The internet is flooded with Bigfoot content but good research channels and blogs are not as common as they should be, I am interested in hearing about any projects, radio shows, blogs or channels you find interesting or worth following.  What makes their content good and what methods do they employ that you believe could lead to success.

 

  Some interesting reading can be found on Thomas Shay's blog about bigfoot research in Kentucky, hey has gotten some really neat casts of both hands and feet.

https://bigfootlore.blogspot.com/2018/11/rockcastle-ky-petroglyph-prints.html

 

  I really enjoy some of the videos of a Bigfoot Researcher who goes by Grassman58, he gets out and camps at locations that have a history and collects report information for much of eastern WA.

https://www.youtube.com/user/Grassman58

 

  I will share a channel here that I and my fellow investigator Kirk Brandenburg co-run on our research here in Western Washington.   StudySasquatch

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd5Y1aCQqr6yHjNBD6Pja8g

 

 

 

I know Grassman well. Good guy.

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On 3/7/2019 at 7:05 PM, NathanFooter said:

  The internet is flooded with Bigfoot content but good research channels and blogs are not as common as they should be, I am interested in hearing about any projects, radio shows, blogs or channels you find interesting or worth following.  What makes their content good and what methods do they employ that you believe could lead to success.

 

  Some interesting reading can be found on Thomas Shay's blog about bigfoot research in Kentucky, hey has gotten some really neat casts of both hands and feet.

https://bigfootlore.blogspot.com/2018/11/rockcastle-ky-petroglyph-prints.html

 

  I really enjoy some of the videos of a Bigfoot Researcher who goes by Grassman58, he gets out and camps at locations that have a history and collects report information for much of eastern WA.

https://www.youtube.com/user/Grassman58

 

  I will share a channel here that I and my fellow investigator Kirk Brandenburg co-run on our research here in Western Washington.   StudySasquatch

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd5Y1aCQqr6yHjNBD6Pja8g

 

 

 

I just subscribed to your channel.

 

This is our groups youtube channel. We are only about our field research. We don't do none of the drinking tea with the forest people, ect. Few days ago we started up a Youtube live stream broadcast and did our first one. We are going to be doing them often with different guests on. If you just want out in the field research stuff then you might like our channel or facebook group.

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt8qeNsJTa5L1ru3f92NePw/featured

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On 3/7/2019 at 4:05 PM, NathanFooter said:

 I share a channel here that I and my fellow investigator Kirk Brandenburg co-run on our research here in Western Washington.   StudySasquatch

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd5Y1aCQqr6yHjNBD6Pja8g

 

Say hello to Kirk for me, Nathan.  We attended our first BFRO expedition at the same time, and camped next to each other -- I was the guy in the hammock.  Kirk called me out in the parking lot of a local grocery a year or two later; I think he recognized my car.  That's where I heard about his thermal footage from New Mexico.

 

It's good to know Kirk is still active.  I subscribed to your channel and will catch up.

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