Shane Corson: The Olympic Project and Bigfoot Field Research | ST 020

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On this special edition of Sasquatch Tracks, we are joined by Shane Corson, an active researcher who is a member of the Olympic Project, an association of dedicated researchers, investigators, biologists and trackers committed to documenting the existence of Sasquatch.

Shane joins us to discuss his own personal experience that led him to believe in the existence of the creatures, which involved a harrowing encounter in the mountains of Washington a number of years ago. In Corson’s opinion, there remains no doubt that Sasquatch exists, and his convictions led him to join the Olympic Project in an effort to resolve the dispute over their reality. In addition to the current efforts of the Olympic Project, Shane joins us to discuss the ongoing study of purported “nests” believed to have been created by the creatures, which the team has analyzed independently and with the help of anthropologists, biologists, and a range of other experts from a variety of disciplines.

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One Reply to “Shane Corson: The Olympic Project and Bigfoot Field Research | ST 020”

  1. Interesting interview. Unfortunately, this fellow falls into the typical category of sasquatch sighters…
    In the woods…ARMED…sees a sasquatch in what he says is good light. IDENTIFIES it…hairy arms…extremel height..etc…yet FORGETS he and his cohorts are armed. And this is the 2nd night when they know something might happen. Im not calling BS by any means…but this question is never asked…Why didnt you shoot? And if asked we all know the answer…Looked too human…which would be contrary to his description.
    Stories like his are why I have a hard time believing. Again….not calling him a liar….just wouldve loved to hear if his answer to the question wouldve been the usual answer.

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