Todd Neiss: Bigfoot and the American Primate Conservancy | ST 026
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On this edition of Sasquatch Tracks, the team is joined by veteran Sasquatch researcher Todd Neiss, a retired Staff Sergeant from the Oregon Army National Guard and a veteran of the Iraq War. In 1993, Neiss’s life was forever changed after he had a firsthand encounter with Sasquatch during a military training exercise, of which he later found that he hadn’t been the only witness.
Todd Neiss has been actively researching these elusive creatures for over two decades, and has been the subject of many television shows and documentaries; as well as a featured speaker at numerous Bigfoot conferences. He holds an Associate Degree in Multi-Disciplinary Studies from Grantham University.
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One Reply to “Todd Neiss: Bigfoot and the American Primate Conservancy | ST 026”
Todd I was in Oregon in 93 I was at squaw lake’s I was there with my wife and 3 children fishing. Across the lake there were four figures that came out of the woods. Two were tall and two were like a foot or two shorter like a couple of kid’s and 2 adult bigfoot creature’s. The two smaller ones played in the water as I watched. It was late in the evening close to getting dark. It looked like a family of Bigfoot. No doubt in my mind that they were a family of Bigfoot.