Robert Leiterman: The Bluff Creek Project | ST 031
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In this installment of Sasquatch Tracks, we are joined by former Park Ranger and Sasquatch researcher Robert Leiterman, author of books that include “The Bluff Creek Project: The Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot Film Site A Journey of Rediscovery.”
As Leiterman’s book explains, “By the 1990s the [Patterson/Gimlin] film site had been lost to public knowledge and reclaimed by dense regrowth. During the prestigious 2003 International Bigfoot Symposium in nearby Willow Creek, none of the supposed experts could agree on the exact location of the once-famous encounter. Doubt lurked behind the numerous assertions as nature and time attempted to erase history.”
Enter Robert Leiterman and his crew of companions, who decided to piece together this historical mystery. “The members of the group lived nearby, so they had a unique opportunity to conduct local historical studies on site, and to explore the whole watershed intimately.” Join us in hearing the insightful story of the Bluff Creek Project right from Robert Leiterman, as he joins us on Sasquatch Tracks.
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